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Lane 8 teams up with British singer-songwriter Rae Morris in stunning new single ‘No Fun’.
Fresh from the release of his extremely successful fourth artist album ‘Reviver’, an 18-date album tour and a recent performance at Coachella, Lane 8 returns to Anjunadeep with yet another outstanding single. This time he pairs up with British singer-songwriter Rae Morris, who has been praised by the likes of Clash Magazine, NME and The Guardian, and has recently announced the release of her third artist album ‘Rachel@Fairyland’ via RCA.
Premiered on Anjunadeep 13 by James Grant and Jody Wisternoff, ‘No Fun’ combines Lane 8’s creative and unique production with Rae’s smart lyric writing and emotional voice.
Release Date: 7th June 2022
Watch the official music video for Lane 8’s ‘Is This Our Earth?’: https://youtu.be/rs80mrSQliM
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Georgia Music Festivals – Artists and Genres
There is so much music that is available to listen to and enjoy that it is hard to name the genres that encompass it all. Rock and popular music, for instance, have limitless genres and sub-genres. Some of the most well-known artists have come from Georgia, including the Atlanta Rhythm Section, B.o.B., and Ciara. Hip hop superstars such as Lil Jon and Keri Hilson hail from the Atlanta area, and country stars such as Jason Aldean and Luke Bryan have a strong presence on the national charts. Meanwhile, gospel music heavyweights like Blind Williman and Brenda Lee, and contemporary Christian artists like Jeff & Sher Easter have come from Georgia, providing a rich and diverse musical landscape that appeals to almost any taste.
The first classical music festival in the 18th century was held in Bayreuth, Germany, where German composer Richard Wagner performed his operas and music dramas. A year later, a festival dedicated to the music of Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart was held in Salzburg, which became an annual summer event. During the same period, the Birmingham Festival was founded, originally dedicated to Handel’s works but expanded to feature other classical composers. In 1903, a festival in Munich, Germany, was founded to celebrate the music of Mozart and Richard Strauss.
The National Museum of African American Music (NMAAAM) is celebrating Black History Month in an event to honor the artists and genres of African-American and other underrepresented groups. This year’s event is a celebration of the influence of Black music on the nation and the world. The festival will feature a red carpet awards show produced by Live Nation at the historic Warner Theatre in Washington, D.C. The awards show will feature performances from Rick Ross, T.I., and Ledisi. The show will also feature an honoree for Big Sean and Cathy Hughes. Terrence J and MC Lyte will co-host the event.