MUSIC

WHAT I DON’T – Fabrizio de Andrè / The exclusive virtue of children, mad and loners, to be themselves

When loneliness can lead to extraordinary forms of creativity. In Genoa, in winter as in summer, Quarto’s seafront offers you panoramas where the eye is lost in the horizon of the Ligurian Sea, the one that offers the best fish to bring to the table. Right on the seafront of Quarto waiting for you the Olivè restaurant, http://www.ristoranteolive.it/ the one …

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CAN YOU FEEL MY HEART – Bring Me the Horizon

How accidentally became rockstars Here you’ll find a modern cityscape set, against the stunning backdrop of the Peak District National Park. Sheffield was famed for its industry, and remains a city of innovation to this day. Beer is you thing? You’re inside the birthplace of the UK craft beer revolution. Here you can find round 400 different beers, to try …

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DON’T DREAM IT’S OVER – Crowded House

There is freedom within Its Te Awamutu Museum has a number of permanent exhibitions, focusing on the history of Te Awamutu. There is also an exhibition focusing on Tim and Neil Finn, brothers of the band Crowded House. Neil Finn was born in Te Awamutu. The town is located 30 km south, south from Auckland and Hamilton, in the North …

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SO TIRED OF WAITING FOR YOUR LOVE – Lloyd Thayer / The songwriter that brings a warmth and a special intimacy to the places where he plays

His musicality is superb, a sight to behold He is well known for his free improvisations, those that incorporate many musical styles, often all in the same song! In Boston, he is definitely a unique musical voice. This songwriter brings a warmth and a special intimacy to the places where he plays, with fun and educational performances. If you want …

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LOST HEART – Lynda Aguirre Thomas / The songwriter with the scream in the heart

Musical influences by Peter Gabriel, Fiona Apple and Björk It’s close to San Diego, and easy to get to. Going to Tijuana, Mexico? Here are the best creative things to do. If you want to get a taxi ignore the yellow ones, choosing to find taxis with regulated fare (a white-and-orange Taxi Libre). Avenida de la Revolucion it’s Tijuana’s main …

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BECOMING A HOUSEHOLD NAME THROUGH LYRICS – Erin Enderlin

Living, loving, killing, and dying The Conway Symphony Orchestra performs throughout the year. Conway is a city in the American state of Arkansas, founded shortly after the Civil War. When the railroad came through, a small tract of land becomed a depot site named “Conway Station”, that contained two small stores, two saloons, a depot, some temporary housing and a …

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A CASE OF YOU – Joni Mitchell, Canadian songwriter

I am first of all a painter, then a musician Its area was inhabited long before any permanent settlement was established, to which the ongoing archaeological work at Wanuskewin Heritage Park. Saskatoon is the largest city in the Canadian province of Saskatchewan. One of the city’s landmarks is the Delta Bessborough Hotel, http://www.marriott.com/hotels/travel/yxedb-delta-hotels-bessborough/ among the last railway hotels to be …

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THE INKWELL OF YOUR EYES – Francis Cabrel, record sales estimated at over 25 million copies

When love for the guitar remains the first love Built in 1520, the Manoir de Prades forms a quadrilateral with its dependencies around a central courtyard. Through the seasons, accompanied by a guide or alone, you can discover the city of Agen, following your own pace. In this city was born the poet of the Occitan language Jacques Jasmin, the …

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THE BILLIARD PLAYER – Angelo Branduardi

Composing, recording the texts of the favorite poets The first traces of human settlements in Cuggiono (a municipality in Lombardy) date back to ancient times. Its interesting archaeological finds are collected in the Archaeological Museum of Legnano http://cultura.legnano.org/musei/ Do not forget to visit Villa Annoni, a majestic neoclassical villa dating back to the Napoleonic era (built in 1809), with a …

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SURRENDER – Ólöf Arnalds, Icelandic songwriter

Violin and viola, Slowblow and Skúli Sverrisson: the creative horizon of a singer-songwriter By purchasing a City Card, you are granted free entrance to all the main museums and galleries in the town. Reykjavík is the place to be for those with an interest in the world of arts. We suggest you can making time for a trip to the …

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