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Check Out 181.fm - The Eagle - Classic Rock (Crank It Up)

Bands & Music By DON WINNER for Panama-Guide.com - Want to know what I listen to while I work? If so, then you can click on this link and crank up the volume. I happen to prefer classic rock, but if you want something else, check out Shoutcast.com. Life without music is like a bowl of cereal without the milk...

Copyright 2010 by Don Winner for Panama-Guide.com. Go ahead and use whatever you like as long as you credit the source. Salud.

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Singers Wanted!

Bands & MusicCantus Panamá chorus is holding open rehearsals for singers of all voices who have some previous experience and a desire to sing together with a group. Cantus Panamá is a three year old chorus whose members are Panamanian and foreign expats all with a desire to sing and have fun at the same time. The chorus rehearses every Wednesday from 7-9 PM at a private home in the Quarry Heights area near Ancon Hill. They usually perform two to three concerts per year as well as singing at special events by invitation. If you want to become a part of the chorus please plan to attend one or both of the open rehearsals. They will be held on Wednesday, September 8 7–9 PM and Wednesday, September 15 7–9 PM. For more information contact Michael at Tel: 297-7007 or Cell: 6779-3315.
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Band "Prestige" At The Parus Restaurant Tonight

Bands & MusicRESTAURANTE PARUS PRESENTS...... "PRESTIGE" Band directly from Moscow for the first time in Panama. Beautiful songs in Russian, English, Spanish and Italian. Join us for an unforgettable evening in our terraza lounge & bar. Saturday June 19, 2010 at 9:00 pm. Enjoy the ambiance of our beautiful outdoor setting accompanied by delicious international cuisine and original cocktails while listening to the beautiful sounds of Prestige. We look forward to seeing all of you! For reservations call # 270-0468 Saludos, Restaurante Parus
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Special Jam Session This Saturday at Pangea

Bands & MusicPangea announces a special jam session featuring Victor Juliao, Ricky Mendez, Jose "Chile" Aybar, Edwin Carrizo and Juan Octavio. Saturday, May 29. 10pm $5 cover charge. www.PangeaPanama.com, Panama 6675-4210, US 608-386-4412







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Listening To Stone Temple Pilots Right Now...

Bands & Music By DON WINNER for Panama-Guide.com - OK, you might not care very much, but I've got the new hit single by Stone Temple Pilots blasting the headsets right now. You might want to crank it up. Nice to see these guys on a comeback. Another band showing there is life after heroin.

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Guns N Roses Makes Official Central American and Rio de Janeiro Dates

Bands & Music Guns N Roses has now confirmed that they will be performing at Panama, Costa Rica, El Salvador, Guatemala and Puerto Rico. Axl Rose comments "our shows in these countries were originally announced without our knowledge n' dates were put up for sale that weren't confirmed. We're also attempting to reschedule Rio for Apr 4. We'll let you know asap when this is confirmed." These are the latest tour dates:
  • Apr 4 - Rio De Janeiro, Brazil, Apoteose
  • Apr 7 - Panama City, Panama, Estadio Figali
  • Apr 9 - San Jose, Costa Rica, Estadio Ricardo Saprissa
  • Apr 11 - San Salvador, El Salvador Estadio Cuscatlan
  • Apr 13 - Guatemala City, Guatemala Estadio Del Ejercito
  • Apr 15 - San Juan, Puerto Rico Roberto Clemente Coliseum




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Mansfield University professor conducts youth orchestras in Panama

Bands & Music By BRYAN G. ROBINSON Sun-Gazette Correspondent - MANSFIELD - About 20 years ago Kenneth Sarch, now professor of violin and viola at Mansfield University, was invited by the U.S. State Department as part of a United States Information Agency program to conduct the National Youth Orchestra in Panama. He returned the following five years to direct a camp and 15 years ago he was the guest conductor at the 10th anniversary celebration of the National Youth Orchestra. Now 68, Sarch of Williamsport was invited once again to Panama, this time by the Panama National Concert Association, to conduct two youth orchestras at the 25th anniversary celebration of the National Youth Orchestra Camp and Concert Festival at the end of January. Asked last Monday if the concerts were as highly emotional as he anticipated, Sarch said, "More so than I imagined." He said the rapport he had with the nearly 200 students during the two week camp, of which he was one of nearly a dozen faculty members, added to the emotions. Helping with that rapport was that he was able to conduct all the rehearsals in Spanish, since he had been to Central and South America and the Caribbean a number of times. (more)
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Metallica -8 March 2010 - Figali Convention Center

Bands & MusicBy DON WINNER for Panama-Guide.com - One of the greatest rock bands in history will be playing Panama on Monday, 8 March 2010. I challenge you to listen to this video and NOT finish with the sound volume on max. If Mariano Rivera is not on stage when they play this song, both he and the band will be missing out on a golden opportunity...

Say your prayers little one

Don't forget my son

To include everyone

I tuck you in, warm within

Keep you free from sin

'Til the sandman he comes

Sleep with one eye open

Gripping your pillow tight

Exit light

Enter night

Take my hand

We're off to never-never land

Something's wrong, shut the light

Heavy thoughts tonight

And they aren't of Snow White

Dreams of war, dreams of liars

Dreams of dragon's fire

And of things that will bite, yeah

Sleep with one eye open

Gripping your pillow tight

Exit light

Enter night

Take my hand

We're off to never-never land

Now I lay me down to sleep

Now I lay me down to sleep

Pray the lord my soul to keep

Pray the lord my soul to keep

If I die before I wake

If I die before I wake

Pray the lord my soul to take

Pray the lord my soul to take

Hush little baby don't say a word

And never mind that noise you heard

It's just the beasts under your bed

In your closet in your head

Exit light

Enter night

Grain of sand

Exit light

Enter night

Take my hand

We're off to never-never land

Boo! Yeah yeah!

We're off to never-never land

Take my hand

We're off to never-never land

Take my hand

We're off to never-never land

We're off to never-never land

We're off to never-never land

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Eddy Doran Band at Habibis Tonight

Bands & Music By DON WINNER for Panama-Guide.com - Received this afternoon via email: "We’ll will be at Habibis Fusion Café on Calle Uruguay TONIGHT from 9-12PM. Wednesdays are happening at Habibis. Come have fun with us. Check out our new “youtube” videos from last week’s Jazz Festival week shows at www.youtube.com/eddydoranband Check out our website at www.eddydoranband.com !!! “Gringo” style music (Blues, Jazz and Contemporary) Coming soon…the new “Eddy Doran Band” CD. Jupiter Productions www.eddydoranband.com Panama City, Republic of Panama 877.293.1455 Tollfree 507.6676.0076 Panama Cell"
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A Salsa Star Is Reborn After a Break for Politics

Bands & Music By Larry Rohter for the New York Times - Rubén Blades has a very specific reason for calling his current tour “Todos Vuelven,” or “Everybody Returns.” After suspending his music and film career for five years to serve as a cabinet minister in Panama, his homeland, Mr. Blades is back, on the road and with a new album, testing the waters and trying to figure out whether the entertainment business still has a place for him. “Yes, I’m back in it, but with discrimination and focus,” Mr. Blades said this week over lunch at a Cuban-Chinese restaurant on the Upper West Side that he has frequented since the mid-1970s, when he experienced his first success as a salsa star with “Pablo Pueblo,” “Pedro Navaja” and other socially conscious songs. “The world changed while I was away, and the idea now is to see how to fit in.” Mr. Blades, 61, and Seis del Solar, the band that has recorded with him since the 1980s, will be playing Saturday night at the United Palace ballroom in Washington Heights. But his formal reintroduction to American audiences occurred this month at the Latin Grammy Awards ceremony in Las Vegas, where he sang with Calle 13, the Puerto Rican reggaetón and hip-hop duo that won five awards that night and may be the hottest act in Latin music right now. “Rubén is one of the few artists who can disappear and come back with the hope of attracting a young audience, and that’s because of the quality of his songs,” said René Pérez, 21, the lead singer of Calle 13. “I wasn’t really following his political life, but in musical terms, it’s like he’s the teacher and we are his students. I’ve listened to his music since I was little and have learned from him not just how to write but also political awareness. We believe in his message.” (more)
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