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· May, 2007

Stories about Music from May, 2007

Uzbekistan: Pop Politics

Belarus: Blog Roundup

Moldova: Charity Concert

Serbian “Prayer” Wins Eurovision Song Contest

Just a few days ago, major news outlets reported that the main course of discussion at the Serbian Assembly session was to determine which political party is supported by the...

Brazil: The Once and Future(?) King

There are two kings in Brazil. Pelé, the world famous football star, and Roberto Carlos, a great icon of Brazilian popular music (MPB). The singer and songwriter acquired fame as...

Togo: Julie Akofka Akoussah, Diva of Togolese Music

Europe: Still Some More on Eurovision

Europe: The Problem With Eurovision

Sierra Leone: East vs. West Music Competition

Peru: The Grupo Néctar Tragedy

The tragic death of thirteen members of the popular Peruvian band Grupo Néctar in an automobile accident sent shockwaves through the Peruvian blogosphere. Juan Arellano collects these tributes and links...

Turkey is Typing….the Eurovision Song Contest

While there may still be presidential protests expanding across Turkey, I thought that on this week's article we could diverge into some more important and entertaining prospects of Turkish culture....the...

Europe: Balkan Blogs on Eurovision

Europe: Easternization of Eurovision

Lebanon: The Lebanese Oscars

Lebanon: On Freedom, War and Olive Oil

The upcoming Lebanese presidential election, the Winograd Report regarding the Israeli July 2006 war on Lebanon, Lebanese agricultural products, Syrian workers, freedom of speech and freedom to blog in the...

Latvia: Almost All Eurovision Songs

Barbados: The Power of Blogs

Israel: Teapacks Wiped Off the Eurovision Map

Honduras: How to Dance Punta

Russia: All Eurovision Entries

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