Stories were shared, songs were sung, and communities were brought together for Porter’s Call “Evening of Stories” fundraiser held last week, August 29th at Belmont University’s Fisher Center.
In the realm of contemporary Christian music, few artists have left as profound an impact as Chris Tomlin. With an unwavering devotion to crafting melodies that resonate with the soul, Tomlin has become a revered figure in the worship music genre. This article embarks on a harmonious journey through his illustrious career, delving into the
The Beatles, a legendary British rock band formed in Liverpool in 1960, forever transformed the world of music and popular culture. Comprising John Lennon, Paul McCartney, George Harrison, and Ringo Starr, the band achieved unprecedented global fame and influence. In the early 1960s, The Beatles’ infectious melodies, harmonies, and charismatic stage presence ushered in the
Jimi Hendrix, an extraordinary American guitarist, singer, and songwriter, revolutionized the world of rock music with his unparalleled virtuosity and innovative approach. Born in 1942, Hendrix’s brief but impactful career left an indelible mark on the music landscape. Hendrix’s mastery of the electric guitar was groundbreaking, pushing the instrument’s limits to new horizons. His unique
“Worship” refers to the act of showing reverence, adoration, or devotion to a deity, divine being, or higher power. It is a central practice in many religious traditions and can take various forms, such as prayer, singing hymns or songs of praise, offering sacrifices, and participating in rituals or ceremonies. Worship is often considered a
Usher, born Usher Raymond IV, is an acclaimed American singer, songwriter, dancer, and actor who has made a significant impact on the R&B and pop music scenes. Emerging in the early 1990s, Usher’s smooth vocals, charismatic stage presence, and innovative approach to R&B have solidified his status as a cultural icon. Usher’s career took off
By AFRO Staff House music fans from around the region gathered in Baltimore for the Collective Minds Festival on Sept. 3. The event has been an annual celebration of all things related to House music for 20 years. According to Collective Minds, the community organization that coordinates the event each year, “House Music originated in
By AFRO Staff The Billie Holiday Music and Arts Festival took place on Sept. 2 from 10 a.m. to 7 p.m. at 1201 Pennsylvania Avenue in Baltimore. The event was hosted by April Watts and featured a wide range of performances from the likes of John Milton Wesley, the Brencore Allstars and Symphony Black Jazz.
Hundreds of thousands fled a grisly civil conflict years ago to settle in Sudan, to the north. With war now raging there, they are streaming home to a country ill-prepared to take them back.
Mexico decriminalizes abortion.