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Nick Cave and the Bad Seeds Extend Tour

The Australian band Nick Cave and the Bad Seeds was established in 1984 by Nick Cave and Mick Harvey. Joining them in the original line-up was Barry Adamson, Blixa Bargeld and Hugo Race. Now, almost twenty-four years later, the band, even though some members have changed, is enjoying a successful tour to promote their latest album, Dig Lazarus Dig. The tour has gone so well that the band has announced additional tour dates for fans to look forward to.

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Gospel Music Heritage Month

For quite some time now hundreds of thousands of Americans have been inspired by the harmonious tones of Gospel Music Choirs. This unique form of music has, in many ways, helped to shape the face of the nation yet it has taken until now for it to receive the recognition it deserves.

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Fantastic Entertainment at the Offset Festival

Approximately thirty minutes outside of London, lies the magnificent Hainault Forest. Amongst the picturesque lakes, endless woodland and diverse wildlife, the forest will be transformed into a musical extravaganza for two days on the 30th and 31st of August 2008. The Offset Festival will once again bring music of all genres to the Hainault Forest and, as in previous years, the organizers have ensured that the lineup of entertainment and bands is as star studded and electrifying as can be expected.

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Nine Inch Nails Announces Second Leg of Tour

Nine Inch Nails (NIN) has been a popular rock act for some time now, so it comes as little surprise that they have been touring North America in recent months. The industrial rock act, which was founded in 1988, has just announced the second leg of their North American tour so that fans can make sure that they don’t miss out.

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Glasgow, the City of Music

In June this year, a delegation from Scotland got on a plane for Paris. They were going to promote the city of Glasgow as a potential Unesco City of Music. This honor has only been bestowed on two other European cities, namely Seville and Bologna, and with Edinburgh already been named a Unesco City of Literature, delegation members and supporters did not foresee any problems with their Glasgow request, as the city has a long history of music. And they were right, as it has just been announced that Glasgow is now a Unesco City of Music.

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