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April 2013 - Music Connection

MARS HONORS MARLEY

Bruno Mars led the tribute to Bob Marley at 55th Annual Grammy Awards. He ushered

Sting, Rihanna, Damian Marley and Ziggy Marley to the stage for performances of “Locked

Out of Heaven,” “Walking on the Moon” and “Could You Be Loved.” Mars sang through a

Sennheiser SKM 2000 transmitter, coupled with an MMD 945-1 super-cardioid capsule.

MIGUEL HEATS UP THE GRAMMYS

Miguel warmed up his voice with vocal coach Lis Lewis before his smoking

vocal performance at the Grammy Awards. He stole the show, singing his

Grammy-winning track “Adorn.” After the performance, Billboard’s cover on

the R&B singer boldly stated, “Who Really Won The Grammys.” The night before,

Lewis and Miguel were see going through their paces for the Clive Davis

party. For more on Lis Lewis, visit http://thesingersworkshop.com.

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EVERY TIME I DIE AT THE ROXY

Recently rolling through the Sunset Strip, Buffalo, NY’s Every Time I Die (ETID)

are currently finishing up their US tour before heading overseas this summer.

Along for the Hollywood ride were the Acacia Strain, Vanna, Hundredth and No

Bragging Rights. Pictured is ETID frontman Keith Buckley. For tour dates, see

http://everytimeidie.net.

JOHN LURIE

MC WRITER HANGS WITH QUINCY AT PLAYBOY MANSION

The annual Playboy Jazz Festival press conference was held at the fabled

Playboy Mansion in Beverly Hills, CA. Festival organizers, including Playboy

founder Hugh Hefner, were on hand to reveal which performers will be headlining

this year's event June 15-16 at the Hollywood Bowl. Pictured (l-r): MC

writer Corey Irwin with the legendary Quincy Jones. For further details, visit

http://playboyjazzfestival.com.

34 April 2013 www.musicconnection.com

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