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· June, 2010

Stories about Music from June, 2010

Cape Verde: Bau Talks On Being a Musician in a Small Country

Laos: Vientiane's second radio station

China: A music video's take on property prices

Philippines: Dancing Prisoners’ Tribute to Michael Jackson

And they've done it again. Convicted criminals from Cebu Province in the Philippines danced to the tunes of the late Michael Jackson in a tribute performance marking the first death...

Chile: Flash Mob Remembering Michael Jackson

Turkey: Jazz and the Russian Revolution

Ethiopia: Musician receives honorary degree

Brazil: Stefhany, Authentic Pop Star Rises from the Web

Stefhany is known as “Beyonce from Piauí”. Her first video “Eu sou Stefhany” [I am Stefhany], uploaded to Youtube by a friend and fan, has had almost 2 million views...

St. Vincent & the Grenadines: Viva the Vuvuzela

Trinidad & Tobago: In Through the Out Door

Outlish is a new online magazine targeted at young adult Trinbagonians. It showcases people who are going after their dreams and features fresh perspectives on issues that readers obviously relate...

Senegal: The Fiercest Critic of President Wade's Regime

Jamaica: Dancing for the Don?

China: Ongoing online ‘jihad’ against Korean pop fans

Following a stampede outside a Korean boy band concert at the 2010 Expo in Shanghai, an ongoing culture war between China's devoted K-pop fans and their equally crazed World of...

Israel: Pixies Pull Show Stopper

In the wake of mounting international criticism and condemnation of Israel’s clash with activists intent on breaking the blockade on Gaza, the Pixies, a veteran rock band, have canceled their...

Macedonia: Singing Skopjans Cover Footbal World Cup Anthem

Caucasus: Eurovision gossip

Cambodia: Bopha Chiang Mai song

Israel: IDF Poetry Slam Between Druze, Bedouin Soldiers

Africa: Winners of Museke Online Africa Music Awards

Azerbaijan: Eurovision reflections

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