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Bryan Kills the Lights

SCOTT PERHAM

Irving Plaza in New York City was the site for an exclusive performance by country artist Luke Bryan who’s promoting the release of his new album, Kill The Lights.

Good Vibes in Seaside

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The Gathering of the Vibes festival returned to Seaside Park in Bridgeport, CT to commemorate the 20th anniversary of the death of the Grateful Dead’s Jerry Garcia. The four-day event featured camping, the beach, vendors and two stages of performances including Warren Haynes, Gregg Allman, Wilco, Ben Harper, The String Cheese and the Grateful Dead’s Billy Kreutzmann with his new band, Billy and the Kids (pictured). For full coverage, visit musicconnec tion.com/gathering-vibes-20th-celebration-garcia.

The Most Positive Experience

JIM DONNELLY

Jane Scobie and GINGIO hosted a red carpet event at the Ocean Prime Restaurant in Beverly Hills, CA. This was the official launch of Jane Scobie Event Planning - “The Most Positive Experience.” Many guests from the international music, film/TV and fashion industry attended the event to network and be seen. Pictured (l-r): Brian Stewart, Jane Scobie, John Greenham, Candace Stewart, Skip Saylor, Lenise Bent and GINGIO. For more information, visit Janescobieeventplanning.com and gingio.com.

Stay With Smith in San Fran The Outside Lands festival succeeds in providing an eclectic arrangement of acts on every stage and plenty of immersive experiences to round out the weekend in San Francisco. Main stage headliners, including Mumford & Sons, The Black Keys and Sir Elton John, each put on great performances along with a lineup of new and established acts. Pictured is Sam Smith. For more details, visit musicconnection.com/outside-lands-2015. 34 September 2015

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Buddha Global Launches at Universal Mastering Buddha Global, a new marketing and social media management company, along with co-sponsors LAWIM and Universal Mastering, celebrated their launch with a party at Universal with a “who’s who” of producers and engineers. Pictured (l-r): (front row) producer Ross Hogarth, engineer Lenise Bent, producer and Buddha Global client CJ Vanston, Smile Records President Tony Valenziano; (back row) guitarist Jimmy Imperial, Universal Mastering Studios General Manager Nick Dofflemyer and Buddha Global founder Bridget Gardner.

Music Connection September 2015  

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