Willie Nelson cancels February tour dates to recover from flu

Willie Nelson cancels February tour dates to recover from flu

The news comes nearly a month after Willie walked off the stage during a concert in California unable to perform due to coughing and wheezing. The 84-year-old returned to his ranch in Texas to recover. His tour was set to resume on February 7 at the Macon City Auditorium in Georgia, according to his
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Christmas concert leads to more for Covered Bridge Harmony

It all began with the goal of having a Christmas concert in the Greencastle community. We set our date for the concert and decided to invite women to come and join us to sing three songs for our Christmas concert. After dazzling them with our sensational singing, charm, fun and can-do attitude, we&#
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Hip-hop artist Fetty Wap to headline SUB outdoor concert at ISU

Fetty Wap released his latest EP “For My Fans III: The Final Chapter” in January and his follow-up full-length album, “King Zoo,” is set to be released later this year, according to a SUB news release. Cheat Codes, currently best known for its chart-climbing single “Feels Gr
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Then Sings My Soul Inspirational Concert February 9

Then Sings My Soul Inspirational Concert February 9 – Central Washington University News and Events.
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Chinese New Year concert enchants Hungarian audience

BUDAPEST, Feb. 5 (Xinhua) — The China National Traditional Orchestra enchanted a Hungarian audience here Monday night with its Grand Chinese New Year concert. Under renowned Chinese conductor Liu Sha, the orchestra gave the audience a taste of Chinese music on traditional instruments
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Cascade Symphony hosts 'Carnival of the Animals' Children's Concert Feb. 10

The Cascade Symphony Orchestra will host its annual children's concert, “Carnival of the Animals,” at 3 p.m. Saturday, Feb. 10, at the Edmonds Center for the Arts, 410 4t'h Ave. N. “The Carnival of the Animals” is a piece written in 14 sections by French composer Camille
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