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Festival Profile

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Mixing Atlanta’s ProgPower Metal Festival

By Strother Bullins. Since 2001, Atlanta has been the host city for ProgPower USA, an annual indoor music festival where progressive rock and power metal bands from around the world perform for American fans who rarely get to see...

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Inside The One Love Manchester Concert

By Phil Ward. On May 22, a suicide bomber detonated a device in the foyer of Manchester Arena in northern England, killing 22 and injuring 59 as they were leaving a concert by pop sensation Ariana Grande. Just thirteen...

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Five Years of Luck Reunion

New festivals spring up every year, but as time progresses, they either fade away or make their mark. Falling into the latter category is the annual Luck Reunion festival, to be held tomorrow, March 16, at Willie Nelson’s “Luck,...

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Inside the Audio (and Mud) of Glastonbury

Coachella, Bonnaroo and Outside Lands may have become the premier festivals of the U.S., but they still have a way to go before they become as revered as the traditional U.K. mud pit known as Glastonbury. With that in...

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Indian Music Festival Turns to A&H

The rise of the festival as one of the key pillars of modern live music is an international phenomenon, as the format continues to draw larger and larger audiences around the globe. Case in point: the recent Bacardi NH7...

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Satisfying Jazz Audiences

"Jazz audiences are totally unforgiving," says Mike Sinclair. He should know—as the president of Roselle Park, New Jersey-based Audio Incorporated, he’s spent a decade providing sound for the annual Freifhofers Saratoga Jazz Festival, often mixing many of the acts...

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Axiom Adds to Exmouth Festival

The annual Exmouth Festival in the southwest of England is a provincial event, celebrating the music, crafts and traditions of the region, but for this year’s 20th anniversary edition, it broadened its horizons, inviting national acts like ska legends...

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