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Skyrim can only get better when you play it as Ronnie James Dio

Max and I decided to start a playthrough of The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim as the late Ronnie James Dio, the heavy metal legend who had a music video that kinda looks like Skyrim. There's only one problem; Max can't remember any Dio lyrics correctly. It's okay though; we had good beer and bad tacos.

Three nights in Paris

last weekArts : Parterre Box

“Oh to be young and going to Paris for the first time,” exclaimed an elderly gentleman who donned his best sweatervest for a concert at the Ottawa International Chamber Music Festival this past August.

Bluegrass Still Coming Up!

Enthusiasm for “unplugged” music has helped revitalize the careers of middle-aged rocker Eric Clapton and elderly crooner Tony Bennett. It may also be behind the growing interest in a purely American musical form–bluegrass. Born in the 1940s and based on folk-music traditions, bluegrass incorporates guitar, mandolin, fiddle, and banjo to create melodic musical lines. Adults […]

Tonight in Music: Run the Jewels, ZZ Top and Much More

2 months agoUnited States / Seattle : Slog

RUN THE JEWELS' SCHOLARLY KNUCKLEHEAD RAPS (Showbox at the Market) A superhero team-up of one perennially slept-on almost-mainstream rapper (Killer Mike) and one elder statesman of the underground (El-P), Run the Jewels are the product...Show More Summary

Alive Inside Documents The Power Of Music To Fight Alzheimer's Disease and Dementia

You may recall the video of a withdrawn elderly man who comes to life upon hearing music he cares about on an iPod. The "Old Man In Nursing Home Reacts To Music" (and other title variations) video did more than go viral. It inspiredShow More Summary

The lure of the old

3 months agoArts : Prospero

ANOTHER opera season, another predictable “La Traviata”? Far from it, says Sir Mark Elder, the music director of the Hallé Orchestra in Manchester, who is conducting Verdi’s perennial favourite at this year's Glyndebourne festival. Well-researched performances can bring freshness to the most familiar works, he suggests. Show More Summary

Reflections From a Chronic Pedestrian

From Bogotá, the author of blog Juglar del Zipa remembers his childhood without a family car, among other things he hadn't at home that made him the “weird guy of the class: elder dad, wasn't a football fan but enjoyed classic music, hadn't been baptized… and didn't have a car!”...

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