The Budweiser Jam House proudly presents the innagural Indigo Music Festival. We are proud to announce our partnership with our brothers from the Northern Marianas Islands. For the first time, there will be an island hopper concert featuring music in Guam, Saipan, Tinian and Rota.
And ball-less Pop at that. At least they take risks every now and then in Pop. Mainstream Pop-Country is so flavorless it rivals Contemporary Christian for the title of most dull, passionless, harmless music genre.
Provides music and movement groups for children and adults of all ages. Mondays: Malvern at the Cube 5-6pm children, 6-7pm teenagers and adults. Wednesdays: Worcester Asda community meeting room 5.30-6.30pm children and 6.30-7.30pm teenagers and adults. All accessible / free parking. Sessions alternate between singing, dancing, music, rhythm, action songs, percussion.... bring your own instruments or use those provided. All welcome to sit, stand, move around during the sessions. Sessions pitched to different abilities. Indigo Music and Movement can also come out to your group / school / home parties.
In a land with Coachella as a pedigree, FYF as a rising star and now Burgerama as the new kid on the block, is there room for more music festivals? Southern California promoters say yes, and that number increased last year with Made in America, which took over Downtown L.A. in late summer, and despite its expected growing pains, proved to be a worthwhile day out.
Mimi Doblas (full name Miriam Doblas Muñoz, born 1st April 1992), known by her stage name Lola Indigo, is a Spanish singer and dancer. She's almost always accompanied by a team of dancers, usually all-female, in her performances and music clips.
Born in Madrid, but raised in Granada and a proud Andalusian, she's shown interest in music, dance and performing arts from a very young age. She entered a Spanish talent show for dancers in late 2010, which she considers her career starting point, and not long after that went to train and study in Los Angeles. In the years that follow, she would work as a backup dancer for famous singers such as Chris Brown, Miguel Bosé, Enrique Iglesias, Soraya Arnelas and Sweet California.
However, she wouldn't just give up. In July 2018, she named herself Lola Indigo and launched her music project with a first single, funk carioca "Ya No Quiero Na", which instantly became a hit song in Spain. Following singles were also well-received and led to the release of her first album in May 2019.
More than 20 years since they started making music, Indigo Girls' members still exude a passion that never subsides. The folk-pop duo's new release, Poseidon and the Bitter Bug, is the first on their independent label, IG Recordings; it finds the duo exploring new melodic and rhythmic territory. Even when they were associated with major labels, Amy Ray and Emily Saliers always retained an independent feel, with crisp guitar playing and intertwined vocal harmonies. 2b1af7f3a8