ballroom dance

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The Floormen - a group of teenagers who blend feral rock and roll, skiffle, mind-| |bending psychedelia and American rhythm and blues
While scholars have written about American rhythm and blues for decades, a critical mass has formed in the last ten years, allowing for more nuanced dialogue pertaining to issues of race and category, cultural appropriation, and historiography, allowing for a variety of disciplinary voices to contribute to our understanding of this music.
The tempo and intensity of the music ebbs and flows like the ocean that surrounds the 10 Cape Verde isles and yet there are so many influences that colour Tavare's music--from the melancholic Cape Verdean style of Morna, to dub reggae, Congolese soukous, Brazilian samba and American rhythm and blues--that it is actually quite difficult to pigeonhole her.
Among the most high-profile venues to plough ahead was the Ritz-Carlton Bahrain Hotel and Spa, which showcased a performance by American rhythm and blues vocalist dNessa.
Sergio Assad's haunting Tayyhija Li Ossoulina, a fusion of Latin American rhythm with Middle Eastern melody.
At a time when most American rhythm guitar players were using utilitarian Fender Telecasters or Stratocasters, John Fogerty chose a black Gibson Les Paul, pictured at left, as his signature instrument in Creedence Clearwater Revival.
THE Latin American rhythm provides the perfect backdrop at the four-star Sol Sirenas Coral Resort in Varadero.
American Rhythm pairs chocolate with such colors as teal blue and taupe, and Ambiente blends dark mocha with spice colors.
ETTA JAMES I Just Want To Make Love To You The American rhythm and blues legend belts out the song that brought her world-wide acclaim.
Trained classically and traditionally, she merged European technique with African American rhythm, harmony and improvisation.
There are several other drawbacks to Ward's historical excursion into American rhythm and blues.
The American Rhythm (1923) is a treatise on poetry containing her own reexpressions of Indian verse.
It's all here: the devotion to American rhythm and blues roots, the moody introspection, the search for transcendence.
Last September, GDC moved into the new American Rhythm Center in the historic Fine Arts Building, where it shares space with other groups, including the Chicago Human Rhythm Project, Kalapriya Center for Indian Performing Arts, and Cerqua Rivera Dance Theatre.
A performance by American rhythm and blues vocalist dNessa will be the highlight of the Ritz-Carlton, Bahrain Hotel and Spa's New Year's Eve ball tonight.
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