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- Why so many rappers are becoming actors. McCalope, M. // Jet;4/29/91, Vol. 80 Issue 2, p56
Looks at the reasons many rappers, such as Will Smith of D.J. Jazzy Jeff & the Fresh Prince and Ice-T have become actors. Every-day life roles; Economics; Rapping as a form of acting.
- The beat goes on. Bias, Danielle // Louisiana Life;Winter1999/2000, Vol. 19 Issue 4, p34
Features musicians who came from Louisiana.
- Yo! Canada! Ouellette, D. // Mother Jones;Apr89, Vol. 14 Issue 3, p12
Presents two Toronto artists: Bruce Cockburn, musician, and Lillian Allen, dub poet. Notes political overtones in their works.
- Post-punk women. Moloney, K. // Mother Jones;Nov/Dec90, Vol. 15 Issue 7, p14
Summarizes interviews with former punk-rockers Exene Cervenka and Penelope Houston, who are both now performing works with discernible lyrics and more acoustics.
- The practical life of the church musician. Westermeyer, P. // Christian Century;9/20/89, Vol. 106 Issue 26, p812
Gives a description of the role of the church musician. Congregation's expectations; A theology for church music and worship; Ministry of music growing out of God's grace and the needs of the church; Desiring excellence.
- Music out of doors. Bensignor, F. // UNESCO Courier;Apr92, Vol. 45 Issue 4, p35
Presents a look at street musicians of the past and present in urban centers around the world. From street-singer to rap artist; Street music can never really be replicated; Urban Sax; Singing of the nomads; Music as society's cement.
- Black country string bands. Zwigoff, J. // American Visions;Feb1991, Vol. 6 Issue 1, p50
Looks back at the history of black string bands. Why they played the type of instruments they did; Where they played; Popular black string bands of the early twentieth century; When these bands began to disappear.
- Blues for the blues. Bordowitz, Hank // American Visions;Aug/Sep92, Vol. 7 Issue 4, p43
Pays tribute to a number of blues legends who passed away in 1992. Death of Sammy Price, one of the last original boogie-woogie piano players, on April 13, 1992; How Price spread his music around the country on the Theatre Owners' and Booking Association black vaudeville circuit; Johnny Shines;...
- Women rock. // Scholastic Update;9/7/90, Vol. 123 Issue 1, p24
Comments on the growing success of female musicians. Includes a brief analysis of the cause of their increased popularity.