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· January, 2010

Stories about Music from January, 2010

Russia: Vladimir Vysotsky

Peru: The Loss of Local Rock Radio Stations

Peruvian radio stations catering to fans of rock music are being taken off the air, with business reasons often cited as the reason. However, many bloggers say there is still...

Haiti: Un Geste Pour Haiti Cherie

Peru: Metallica Rocked in Lima

Internationally-known rock bands do not play in Lima, Peru very often. When do they do, as the case of Metallica, interest and profits reach high levels. However, not all are...

Indonesia: Pop music hits

Mexico: The Choir of Acteal Sings for Peace and Justice

Soon after the Massacre of Acteal in Chiapas, Mexico in 1997, the Choir of Acteal began to use their song to demand peace and to call for justice for those...

Haiti: Power of Music

Jamaica, Haiti: Help to Haiti

Haiti: Bastion of Music Education Destroyed

Bahamas: Investing in Culture

Cuba: Diaz Passes On

Taiwan: How the Puyuma people started Year 2010

The Puyuma tribe is one of the indigenous groups in Taitung County along Taiwan’s East Coast. The Nanwang Village, the leading village of this tribe, holds the Monkey Ceremony and...

Thailand: Radio brainwashing

Saudi Arabia: First “sighted” blogger

Dominican Republic: The Passing of the Multi-Talented Luisito Martí

The multi-talented Dominican artist Luisito Martí passed away on January 3 leaving behind a huge international following who were fans of his comedy, music, and way of capturing the country's...

Argentina: Romantic Singing Legend Sandro Passes Away

Roberto Sánchez, popularly known as Sandro, died on January 4th in Mendoza, Argentina. He was one of the pioneers of Argentinean rock music and became famous all over Latin America...

Trinidad & Tobago: Bringing Beyoncé

Trinidad & Tobago: This is Madness

Jamaica: Bountiful Behaviour

Bahamas: Day of Absence

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