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Emerge Music + Impact rewrites the music celebration

We don’t take in ideas and inspiration as we as soon as did. Just a generation ago, there were no smartphones, no social networks websites, no podcasts. Spotify, Facebook and Twitter didn’t exist. If you wished to share in the experiences of people you didn’t understand, you had to go see them speak in some public hall; if you wished to hear bands you just knew from a profile in a magazine, you needed to go discover their record, if you even could. The immediacy of experience we now take for granted was barely a dream.

Emerge Effect + Music

That’s what makes Emerge, a three-day “Effect + Music” celebration debuting in Las Vegas this weekend, so extremely distinct. Unlike a lot of other celebrations combining up-and-coming bands with artists, speakers and tastemakers, Emerge was conceived totally in this new world. It starts with the concepts– politics, faith, sexuality, protest, wellness– and sets up all those musicians, speakers and artists into programs that look more like mixtapes than showcases. It’s “impact plus music,” not “impact and music.” Just as innovation has removed certain lines, so Emerge overlooks them. Everything is consumed at once, from the fresh ideas of podcast star Dylan Marron to the inspirational indie rock of Waxahatchee. Here’s exactly what to get out of the launching year of this really different type of music and arts celebration.

Click the connect to the right to prepare your Emerge 2018 schedule.

EMERGE IMPACT + MUSIC April 6-8, times vary, $125-$250 full-fest pass, $20-$30 per program. Different locations, emergelv.com.

What type of music does the world pay attention to?


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“_ blank” > Friday, March 9, 2018|2 a.m. By 2020 … an approximated 220 million individuals around the world are anticipated to register for a music-streaming service, inning accordance with Statista, an online data website.

For years, scientists have actually tried to find out why we like the music we like. One school of believed states that human beings gravitate towards specific frequencies. Another shows that choices are deeper manifestations of an individual’s psychological or emotion. A last theory ties choices to geographic region or culture. Inning accordance with a study performed by the National Institutes of Health, each of these theories may be at play. “Music is multifaceted: It is made up of particular auditory properties, interacts feelings, and has strong social undertones. … Oddly, however, we understand little about why it is so important.” And as globalization and technology advance, music is shared at a much higher pace than ever before, breaking down barriers, expanding our options and additional complicating these theories. While we can’t identify the moods of every individual streaming music, we can analyze overarching trends at given times. Below is a look at the world’s most distinct regional preferences for the week of March 5, together with top charts and trends in the U.S.

. What music is distinctive to Las Vegas?

Music-streaming giant Spotify offers a distinct Musical Map of the World, an interactive information set that updates weekly and lists the music most distinct to dozens of cities and nations around the world– tunes that are enjoyed in each place even more frequently than in other places. See for yourself < a href="

https://insights.spotify.com/us/2016/12/07/musical-map-of-the-world-2-0/” > here. Here are some of the tunes Las Vegas Valley locals were paying attention to and sharing the week of March 5:


Spotify’s lists are based on number of times streamed. Signboard’s charts are based on sales information, radio airplay and streaming activity.

1. “Lolo Felix,” Aresenal Efectivo

2. “Lost in Love,” Nastyboy Klick

3. “Vida Peligrosa,” Aresenal Efectivo

4. “Angel Child,” Rosie & & The Originals

5. “Me and You,” Brenton Wood

6. “Summertime Nights,” Lil Rob

7. “A ** hole,” Mike Sherm

8. “Ignorance” by King Lil G

9. “Grow Up,” King Lil G ft. Chikk

10. “I Like the Method You Love Me,” Brenton Wood

Spotify’s top-streaming songs of 2018 (so far)

Unique music in other nations (for the week of March 5)

– Australia: “Self-confidence” by Ocean Street; “God’s Strategy” by Drake

– United Kingdom: “Rapper” by Hardy Caprio; “Make Me Feel” by Janelle Monae

– Mexico: “Amorfoda” by Bad Bunny; “Tantas Veces” by Aleman, Yung Sarria

– Brazil: “O Sol” by Vitor Kley; “Black Widow’s Web” by Angra

– North America: “Soldier of Love” by Poesy; “Psycho” by Post Malone ft. Ty Dolla $ign

– Japan: “Dive!” by Daichi Miura; “Shape of You” by Ed Sheeran

– Indonesia: “Independent” by Svmmerdose; “IDGAF” by Dua Lipa

– Spain: “No Task Here, Pt. 1” by Bianca Rose; “Amorfoda” by Bad Bunny

– Turkey: “Oyle Kolaysa” by Mabel Matiz; “My Life Is Going On” by Cecilia Krull

– Italy: “Non Mi Avete Fatto Niente” by Ermal Meta, Fabrizio Moro; “Una Vita in Vacanza” by Lo Stato Sociale

1. “Psycho,” Post Malone ft. Ty Dolla $ign

2. “God’s Plan,” Drake

3. “Big Shot,” Kendrick Lamar ft. Travis Scott

4. “Hustla’s Story,” Cozz ft. Kendrick Lamar

5. “Roads,” Vargas & & Lagola 6. “These Days,” Rudimental ft. Jess Glynne, Macklemore & & Dan Caplen

7. “End Game,” Taylor Swift ft. Ed Sheeran & & Future 8. “The Middle,” Zedd, Maren Morris & & Grey 9. “Out of My Head,” Charli XCX ft. Tove Lo & & ALMA

10. “You Owe Me,” The Chainsmokers

$ how me the cash

Music streaming is a $4 billion-a-year organisation. But the innovation has more than a few critics, with many of the artists who populate the channels at the top of the list. The amount of money that entertainers earn through streaming is minuscule compared to the earnings they receive from other media.

Artists’ pay per play (signed, unsigned):

– Napster: $0.0190, $0.0167

– Google Play: $0.0068, $0.0059

– Tidal: $0.0125, $0.0110

– Apple Music: $0.0073, $0.0064

– Deezer: $0.0064, $0.0056

– Spotify: $0.0044, $0.0038

– Pandora: $0.0013, $0.0011

Contributors’ cuts from streamed music

– Signed artists: 55 percent goes to the label; 25 percent to the distributor/retailer; 20 percent to the artist

– Anonymous artists: 60 percent goes to the artist; 40 percent to the distributor/retailer

This story originally appeared in the Las Vegas Weekly.

Eleven touring acts to catch at Downtown’s Neon Reverb music fest

It’s that time of year once again, so assemble your team and ready your list. Neon Reverb is back with four days of music from some of the nation’s growing indie, garage, punk and hip-hop acts. Get acquainted with the lineup by searching our list of 11 must-see touring acts, and do not sleep on the locals, either. This year’s costs is packed with homegrown skill, from the shadowy post-punk of Dark Black to the psychedelic sounds of Trevor and the Joneses, Ted Rader & & The Magic Family and many more. Happy Reverbing!

Neon Reverb 2018

The Blasters

Who: Formed in 1979 by brothers Phil and Dave Alvin, these blues/rockabilly stewards rose in the LA punk scene along with regular co-headliners X.

When & & where: Saturday, March 10, Backstage Bar & & Billiards.

Advised if you like: Wanda Jackson, Reverend Horton Heat.

Very first spin: “American Music” (1980 ).

Existing Joys

Who: Green Valley High School alum Nick Rattigan has been lauded by NPR and Stereogum as the singer/drummer of LA band Surf Curse, but he just recently turned his focus to this heavenly solo job.

When & & where: Sunday, March 11, Bunkhouse

Saloon. Advised if you like: Frankie Universe, Blouse.

Very first spin: “Alabama” (2018 ).

Girl Ray

Who: A lo-fi, jangle-pop trio from London that has actually recently grabbed Wanderer and Guardian headings for its soft, indie-washed retro-rock.

When & & where: Saturday, March 10, Bunkhouse Saloon.

Advised if you like: Cate Le Bon, Whitney.

Very first spin: “Difficulty” (2017 )

La Luz

Who: A Seattle four-piece making strong, doo-wop-inspired browse and garage-rock.

When & & where: Friday, March 9, Charm Bar. Suggested if you like: L.A. Witch, Tacocat.

Very first spin: “Big Big Blood” (2013 ).

Mega Ran

Who: Former Philadelphia unique ed teacher Raheem Jarbowho left the class to bring his favorable nerdcore rap– which includes rhymes about education and video games– to a larger audience.

When & & where: Friday March 9, Beauty Bar.

Advised if you like: Richie Branson, K-Murdock.

Very first spin: “O.P.” (2015 ).


Who: A Seattle garage rock/post-punk three-piece brashly playing loud songs about not wanting to go to work.

When & & where: Thursday, March 8, Charm Bar. Advised if you like: Metz, Protomartyr.

First spin: 999 cover “Inside Out” (2017 ).


Who: A Utah-bred duo specializing in breezy, disenchanted indie rock with swirling guitar licks and synthy peculiarities to keep you thinking.

When & & where: Friday, March 9, Bunkhouse. Recommended if you like: Tokyo Cops Club, The Wombats.

Very first spin: “Sucker/Saint” (2017 ).


Who: Long time American psych-sters playing Western soundscapes feel retrofitted for ’90s shoegazing gunslingers.

When & & where: Friday, March 9, Artifice.

Advised if you like: Dead Meadow, The Warlocks.

Very first spin: “Talk to the Wind” (2009 ).

Tight Fright

Who: Experimental Brooklyn New Yorkers merging metal and hardcore punk for Captain Beefheart-eats-Melvins awesomeness.

When & & where: Thursday, March 8, Charm Bar.

Advised if you like: Cows, Pissed Jeans.

First spin: “I Cannot Stop Being Hungry Today” (2017 ).

U.S. Girls

Who: Speculative artist and singer Meghan Remy deals out funky-chic, Euro-pop vibes.

When & & where: Friday, March 9, Bunkhouse.

Recommended if you like:

Charlotte Gainsbourg, Metric.

Hear: “M.A.H.” (2018 ).


Who: San Diego’s Nathan Williams has been defining his generation’s take on burnt-out garage-punk since his task’s debut 10 years back.

When & & where: Sunday, March 11, Bunkhouse.

Advise if you like: Together Pangea, Fidlar.

Very first spin: “Hippies Is Punks” (2012 ).

Nashville Unplugged goes behind the music at Mandalay Bay


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. The large lounge attached to Mandalay Bay’s Mizuya sushi bar– you know the location, right when you walk in from the parking lot, separating the gambling establishment from the dining establishment walk– has long been among the Strip’s the majority of busy and boisterous music spaces, continuously loaded with tourists dancing along to an amped-up cover band.

But something various and rather special has taken up residency there, triggering a name modification. Now it’s called the Rhythm & & Riffs lounge and on Friday nights, it’s home to Nashville Unplugged.

Vocalist, songwriter, star and producer Aaron Benward released Nashville Unplugged nearly nine years earlier at Green Valley Ranch Resort and it’s made the rounds at other Station Gambling establishments homes before landing on the Strip at Mandalay Bay in 2016. It’s a live, acoustic c and w program, but all the performers are songwriters and lots of have actually penned monster hits for huge stars. The intimate experience goes deep into how those hits were developed as the songwriters tell the stories of their craft before performing the tune.

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As a month-to-month program in suburban Las Vegas, Nashville Unplugged constructed a strong following of locals. On the Strip, the Bud Light-sponsored weekly event is still pulling a few of those loyal fans and resonating with Vegas visitors, too. “Mandalay Bay has been an amazing partner,” Benward states. “I was a little concerned about the space because the program is such a listening and storytelling environment and the [lounge] is open to the casino, but it was amazing to see the first show we did there. The people were truly taking in exactly what we were giving them.”

Last week’s installation included Phillip White, who co-wrote Rascal Flatts’ ACM Tune of the Year “I’m Movin’ On”; Travis Howard, who has actually composed for Dierks Bentley, Kat Parsons, Miranda Lambert and more; and Coffey Anderson, a singer and songwriter with eight albums to his credit.

There’s a great deal of country music to be discovered up and down the Strip these days, but Nashville Unplugged is the uncommon event that offers an entirely various viewpoint on the art kind. Benward, who’s been writing music for TELEVISION lately and is preparing to shoot his first feature film with brand-new production company Watershed, mentions that a lot of the visitor songwriters moved to Nashville or Los Angeles or New York with the hopes of signing a record offer and carrying out, so their talents go beyond composing.

“These artists are world-class all the method and it happens all the time that somebody will come to the show and enjoy it and state, ‘Why aren’t you making those records?’ The efficiency prowess is at a high level,” he says. “However there’s likewise the interaction in between the authors onstage between tunes, which is a truly authentic thing to the audience which’s exactly what really brings them in. It’s like resting on your back deck sharing your lives through song.”

Nashville Unplugged strikes the stage Fridays at 8 p.m. at Rhythm & & Riffs at Mandalay Bay (3950 Las Vegas Blvd. South, 702-632-7777) and more details can be discovered at mandalaybay.com.

College of Fine Arts Presents “” Music & & The Brain” Symposium Feb. 21

College of Fine Arts Dean Nancy Uscher welcomes you to a symposium titled “Music & & the Brain” at 1 p.m. Wednesday, Feb. 21, in the Barrick Museum of Art. It is presented by School of Dental Medication professor Lawrence Zoller.

Zoller got his Ph.D. from Rutgers University in 1976. He then, in 1978, finished a postdoctoral fellowship in the department of reproductive biology at Hershey Medical Center. His research concentrated on female reproduction and particularly on the mechanism of follicular maturation and ovulation.

Prior to signing up with UNLV in 2005, he was an associate teacher in the department of anatomy and neurobiology at Boston University School of Medicine. Aside from his research, he also was actively associated with mentor numerous courses to medical, dental, and graduate students. These courses included anatomy, neuroanatomy, histology, embryology, and physiology. In 1986, at the behest of the dean of the dental school, he initiated and coordinated a joint program for the physiological sciences for the oral curriculum at Boston University. He won numerous mentor awards and is the only non-clinician to win the Spencer R. Frankl Award for Quality in Mentor. This award honors the best general teacher in the oral school.

Upon joining the UNLV School of Dental Medicine he became the head of the physiological sciences program. He was the first instructor to develop an online course for the oral homeowners. He is understood for his Socratic teaching methods. He has served on various national committees dealing with oral and medical curricula. Aside from his professional obligations he takes pleasure in cooking, treking (to sweat off the cooking), music, reading, photography, and Star Trek. He wishes, to all, “Live Long and Prosper”.

Admission Information

This event is free and open to the general public.

Symphonic Music vs. Cultural Interruption

I love classical music. I grew up on the things. My daddy is a town pastor, and I invested numerous hours listening to church organs and choirs. In time I came to enjoy classical singing and choral music the most of all, and it was this opportunity of musical expression and artistry that tapped a vein of long-lasting curiosity and discovery.

Over the last five years, I have seen an increasing variety of headlines about the aging, winnowing audiences of classical musical organizations throughout the nation– each one a little beacon of warning, portents of a coming glacial epoch in the arts valued by the conventional academy. Naturally, this triggered me some concern. I had actually constantly known that symphonic music was an obtained taste for much of my good friends and family, however it never ever stressed me that it may be in threat of termination.

Yet, in every newspaper and publication, it appeared as if the pillars of the classical academy were teetering all over the nation. Less than 20 percent of all high school take part in music in their school or neighborhood. Music significant enrollment is down across the country, and the portion of students taking part in collegiate music has actually so greatly moved toward majors that non-majors may also not even be considered as a market anymore. Symphonies, opera houses, and other arts organizations stated personal bankruptcy routinely. Exactly what could be the reason for this collective, social indifference towards tried and real musical types, forms studied by countless students in thousands of schools, religious institutions, and personal lessons over the last century? Existed anything to be done about it? What could I do to prepare my present trainees for a profession in this future?

The response to this question has actually led me down the bunny hole into the worlds of food, music, popular art, home entertainment, marketing, psychology, neurology, and sociology. I have actually read entire books on the appeal of potato chips, the societal ramifications of smartphones, exactly what makes top 40 hits, the methods music aids people with extensive neurological conditions, and “the singularity,” a concept of human and technological integration that seemed more like sci-fi than reality up until very recently.

Exactly what I discovered was surprising, and it has ramifications not only for the world of classical music, but for every aspect of our sensory perception. European symphonic music’s difficulties are numerous and diverse, but they may likewise be a sign of a wider cultural interruption. Certainly, the very way we perceive our everyday truth is changing. This modification is having a profound influence on the human experience, which in turn affects the way we analyze that experience through the imaginative arts. With more and more stimulation required to catch and keep your attention and interest, art is at a crossroads. Which direction we turn is yet to be identified.

World'' s largest music, home entertainment place concerning Las Vegas Strip


The Sands Corporation and Madison Square Garden Business are joining forces to bring a next-generation home entertainment venue to the Las Vegas Strip.

The 2 companies announced they are working together, together with other partners, on a 400,000 square-foot website that will be the world’s largest location developed specifically for music and home entertainment.

“Through our experience with the Forum, we’ve realized that there’s a real need for places that focus particularly on music and entertainment,’ stated James Dolan, Executive Chairman of The Madison Square Garden Business.

When ended up, the venue will be found on Sands Avenue, in between Manhattan Street and Koval Lane, with direct access to the Venetian and Palazzo hotel-casinos.

This entertainment center will also feature 17,500 seats which will deal with the front of the phase with scalable seating capabilities for a variety of shows.

“At a time when substantial conversations are happening about the city’s future tourist requirements, a cutting edge location developed, developed and specifically committed to bringing the world’s biggest musical and entertainment acts to Las Vegas is the kind of advancement we should all be thrilled about,” said Sheldon G. Adelson, Las Vegas Sands Chairman and CEO.

The structure will have remarkable acoustics with cutting edge technology that will be used throughout an efficiency. This mix will develop a space capable of delivering new and innovative experiences for both artists and fans, according to designers.

“Las Vegas is understood for many things, but previously its home entertainment choices did not include a state-of-the-art, large-scale destination developed specifically for significant shows,” said Irving Azoff, Chairman and CEO of Azoff MSG Entertainment.

Sands and MSG are dealing with Azoff, Live Nation Entertainment and Oak View Group on this project. All involved stated this place will be a premier destination for individuals worldwide who wish to see today’s best performances and events.

“This new location will pioneer the next generation of fan experiences and content development, and raise the bar for innovative branding chances,’ stated Tim Leiweke, CEO of Oak View Group.

The business involved did not right away release an official opening date for the project.

Stay with FOX5 for further updates on this story.

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Music as a Course From Hardship

When Dafne Guevara took the stage for her flute convocation on Sept. 13, she needed to stand on a pedestal to reach the microphone. In spite of her small stature, Guevara’s accomplishments are anything however little.

With resourcefulness, charm, and the assistance of a Summer Doctoral Research Fellowship from the UNLV Graduate College, the School of Music doctoral trainee arranged and directed the first annual Panamanian Flute Festival in the summertime of 2017.

Guevara was born and raised in El Chorrillo, Panama, so she knows firsthand how life-altering art can be for residents who have sustained widespread violence and despair. She calls Panama a “contemporary middle ages civilization” since of its severe wealth disparity, but Guevara believes that music can be a balm for the country’s suffering.

“They are losing hope, however music is a powerful tool,” she says.

Guevara was the youngest of 17 children, a number of whom were seduced by the appeal of violence and loan in the face of frustrating hardship.

“We had nothing,” she states.

At 6 years of ages, she found a skill for music when her mother registered her in a music program to keep her off the streets. Despite the pessimism and discouragement of an elementary school instructor who informed her that she would “never get out, never make anything of [herself],” Guevara excelled.

After graduation, she won a Fulbright scholarship and made her way to North Carolina to study flute performance. She made her master’s degree but says she “wasn’t ready to go back to Panama,” so she enrolled in the doctoral program at UNLV.

While studying, mentor, and tutoring here, Guevara recognized that she wished to give back to her home nation. She arranged the first-ever flute celebration at the University of Panama, which has very restricted funding for music education. Planning a global festival from 4,000 miles away was tough, Guevara states, but “I understood I had a duty. It’s not something I’m providing for myself,” she states.

Guevara initially had to establish a tax-deductible organization– AsociaciĆ³n PanameƱa de Flautistas, or APAFLUT– so that her celebration could recruit sponsors and raise funds via trainee recitals.

She then connected to coaches at UNLV and around the world and made an application for scholarships and grants to assist fund the festival. She won a Summertime Doctoral Research Study Fellowship from the Graduate College, which supplied most of funding for the project.

In overall, Guevara collected 67 students from six countries, in addition to 17 artists and instructors. She used her fellowship money to pay for her instructors’ plane tickets and hotel rooms. And she recruited sponsors for her trainees, a lot of whom were unable to contribute to their tuition. She wished to reveal these students that with enough “nerve and concentration,” success is possible.

“I desired the entire music community to see that they can do it,” she states. “If you set your mind to something, you can do it.”

Guevara remains in the process of establishing the very first Panamanian flute choir, and she wants to one day have a physical office for APAFLUT. Though she intends on continuing the flute festival, her experience as a kid in Panama has taught her that children require innovative outlets all year long to assist them cope with the criminal activity and hardship that surrounds them. Guevara knows that one week per summer is insufficient.

“I wish to keep kids busy for the whole year,” she states. “These programs battle [their surroundings]”

Guevara intends to start flute celebrations all over the world to provide trainees an opportunity to share in this unique experience and refine their abilities with talented experts. However initially, she will end up with her doctoral music degree. With only one term left, she is hectic mentor classes at UNLV and studying for her certifying exams. When asked if she feels anxious, she is unphased.

“I will pass. I know I will,” she states.

Possibly it is that type of confidence that makes Guevara’s story so engaging. Guevara’s advisor Jennifer Grim, who participated in the festival, encouraged the audience at Guevara’s convocation to chase their dreams with self-confidence, even when they seem frustrating or impossible.

“You can all do exactly what Dafne did. Let this influence you,” she stated.

'' Huge hearts'': Country music stars bring healing to Las Vegas with free show


Wade Vandervort Iraq war veteran Corey Keller is welcomed onstage by Big & & Rich at the Orleans Arena throughout an advantage concert to honor the victims of the Oct. 1 mass shooting, Thursday, Oct. 19, 2017.

Friday, Oct. 20, 2017|1 a.m.

Vegas Strong Benefit Introduce slideshow”Less than 3 weeks after the biggest mass shooting in modern U.S. history happened at a packed Las Vegas c and w celebration, another valley country show with thousands of guests on Thursday worked to discover healing.”You have actually revealed that there are individuals in this neighborhood with huge hearts,”said John Rich of country duo Big & Rich at the”Vegas Strong: A Night of Recovery “occasion at the Orleans Arena.”You might never ever be in a space with so many heroes around you ever again.”” We will not stay down and out,” Rich contributed to the crowd of almost 6,000 participants. The Grammy-nominated duo followed Las Vegas regional Sierra Black, c and w star Camera and Venetian resident Rascal Flatts throughout the two-hour program, which likewise included a homage video to the victims and very first responders of the Oct. 1 shooting at Route 91 Harvest Festival. Fifty-eight individuals died in the shooting and over 520 more were injured after a shooter fired down on the festival from a 32nd flooring hotel space at Mandalay Bay. The music artists, introduced by local radio hosts from throughout the Las Vegas Valley, performed approximately three tunes each while using their condolences and assistance for those on hand.”Country music enjoys you, Las

Vegas, and we stand with you” stated Rascal Flatts lead singer Gary LeVox. In the upper level club seats, Angelica Cervantes sat with partner Gregorio de la Rosa and children Daisy, 17, and Arturo

, 11, as she aimed to delight in a performance devoted in part to her slain kid, Erick Silva. Working personal security at the Route 91 Harvest Festival, Silva, 21, was shot dead as he assisted festivalgoers leap over a stageside barricade to seek safety. After two weeks of grieving over her “worst nightmare become a reality,” Cervantes stated she appreciated a night

out with her family.”It was nice that we have this, but it will not bring back my son,” she said in Spanish as tears streamed down her face.” We’re all struggling quite right now.”Next to the family, Silva’s closest former colleagues, Jay Purves and Gina Argento of Contemporary Services Corp., called the

male who as soon as developed to 20 hours a week with them “somebody whose memory will always survive on.”” Erick was a hero, and while our neighborhood is planning to recover after this month’s occasions,

we’re never going to stop honoring him,”Purves stated. At the front of the venue, over two lots first responders involved in action and rescue efforts during the Oct. 1 disaster stood– some with their arms crossed and nodding in appreciation while others

smiled and danced with the music. Besides the video montage, one of the biggest ovations of the night from those in front came after a simple statement from Rich, advising those in participation not to reside in worry.” We’re going to do things we constantly do as Americans,” he said, as the crowd cheered. The tickets for the show were complimentary and all were taken. Organizers accepted donations and make money from food and beverage sales will go toward the main victims ‘fund. To this day, more than $11 million have actually been raised by Clark County to assist with medical costs and other expenditures. During the program, Fox host Sean Hannity compared

the Las Vegas shooting to the 9/11 terrorist attacks. There were also video messages from Clark County

Constable Joe Lombardo and artists Garth Brooks and Kid Rock. And President Donald Trump tweeted his support of the performance, utilizing the hashtag #VegasStrong. The Associated Press added to this report.

Music instructor presumably contaminated flutes with physical fluids

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fluids. (Photo Credit: Rob Maker, Flickr)” border=” 0″ width=” 180″/ > State authorities in California are examining an event after an instructor might have allegedly contaminated students’ flutes with physical fluids. (Photo Credit: Rob Brewer, Flickr). (Meredith)– State authorities in California are investigating an event after a teacher might have presumably infected trainees’ flutes with semen. Inning accordance with Fox News and NBC 4 Los Angeles, eight school districts may be affected. Authorities with each school district have signaled parents to the situation.

Alerts that were sent out to the moms and dads declare that the music teacher, who remains unnamed, is an “independent contractor” and administers a music program to trainees.

Mark Johnson, the superintendent of Fountain Valley School District, one of the affected districts, informed The Orange County Register that the flutes offered to students “were possibly infected with physical fluids.”

Johnson has actually asked moms and dads to turn in the flutes to cops.

Investigators are testing the instruments. At this point, it’s uncertain how authorities looked out to this situation.

School officials said since eight different districts have been impacted by this, it is going to take some time to sort through.