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Singer swerves a Funky, Swanky Redo of the Bee Gees “Emotion” – Listen Now

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“Emotion” stuffed with hooks and positive vibes….

Renowned recording artist Lourdes Baron is definitely starting 2017 off right with her hit track titled “Emotion” featuring Haguy Mizrahi. In this new single Lourdes shows off her versatility, demonstrating how she is not, WILL NOT, can not be defined by individual lanes or labels. This endearing anthem will take the listener on a familiar journey through the mind, the cosmos and back again. When she purrs “wherever you go I’ll cry me a river that leads to your ocean..” I, and many others were instantly captivated if you/they had not already been mesmerized by that moment in time. It adds up to a pop, rockish master class, rifling through the seventies and eighties sounds and stacking hooks on hooks on hooks. But regardless of the genre the default mode is triumph.

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Lourdes reinvents herself accordingly and Haguy Mizrahi is kicking the rocks too. Rather than slamming into action. A team effort detonating oneness like an infinity symbol. They must be strategizing for the long road of success ahead. I’m a new fan of the singer and will be patiently waiting to hear what 2017 will in fact bring. What will she coo next to win my heart?

You can stay connected to Lourdes on Twitter @LourdesDBaron.

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Produced by Grammy nominee, Haguy Mizrahi of Gemini Musiq ~ Label: Timeless Entertainment, Inc.

Singles from the “Back To Romance” Album – Lourdes Duque Baron

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She’s So Fearless!

“Once again Lourdes Duque Baron shows us how everlasting jazz music is within the music industry and throughout history with her single ‘Finally‘ from her latest album ‘Back To Romance.’ “Finally’ has a calming, smooth sound that truly resonates with the soul. It is almost as if Baron’s voice carries you into another world where there is no struggle, only a tranquil world filled with harmonious euphonies. The exquisite melodies are followed by a light percussion woven with the confident nature of a saxophone — which makes for a defining sound that veraciously connects many around the world. Baron demonstrates her own defining wave with this track, which has been picking up momentum across the globe. This song and project as a whole indicates that modern day jazz is defiantly here to stay, in the ever changing world of music. Lourdes Duque Baron is leaving her own solitary stamp on music and shows all, that one does not have to follow the path of R&B, Hip Hop or Pop music to make a big splash in the industry. Baron is creating her own lane! ‘Back to Romance’ is quickly becoming one of the hottest jazz records of our era — giving jazz fanatics yet another harmonious tune to enjoy. Bravo Lourdes Duque Baron you have once again electrified the jazz community with this riveting sound!”

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Harper Lee to Publish ‘To Kill a Mockingbird’ Sequel, Report

Published by EOTM News Editor on February 3rd, 2015 - in Books, Books and Literature, Breaking News, Trending

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After more than 50 years, author Harper Lee will follow up her beloved, and only, book To Kill a Mockingbird with her second novel, Go Set a Watchman, set for release on July 14th, publisher Harper Collins announced today.

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The recently unearthed book is a quasi-sequel to Lee’s 1960 classic, but as the author explained in a statement, Go Set a Watchman was actually written first and would eventually inspire Mockingbird. “It features the character known as Scout as an adult woman and I thought it a pretty decent effort,” Lee said. “My editor, who was taken by the flashbacks to Scout’s childhood, persuaded me to write a novel from the point of view of the young Scout. I was a first-time writer, so I did as I was told.”

Set in the mid-Fifties, Go Set a Watchman finds a grown-up Scout, a.k.a. Jean Louise Finch, traveling from New York back to her home of Maycomb, Alabama to visit her father, Atticus. The book centers around Scout’s relationship with her father and his worldview, as well as her attitude towards her hometown in a new era of continued, if not heightened, racial tension. Go Set a Watchman will feature a number of other Mockingbird characters.

While Lee said she’d lost track of Watchman, her friend and lawyer Tonja Carter discovered the original manuscript attached to a typescript of To Kill a Mockingbird last fall. “After much thought and hesitation I shared it with a handful of people I trust and was pleased to hear that they considered it worthy of publication,” Lee said. “I am humbled and amazed that this will now be published after all these years.”

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Published by J.B. Lippincott in 1960, To Kill a Mockingbird is Scout’s coming-of-age story set against the backdrop of a racially charged trial, in which Atticus defends Tom Robinson, a black man accused of raping a white woman, Mayella Ewell. Widely considered an American classic, the book won the Pulitzer Prize upon its initial publication and was turned into an equally beloved film in 1962 featuring Gregory Peck’s iconic performance as Atticus Finch.

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The World Medical Mission heads to the Philippines – Global Humanitarians


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Hope For The World Foundation is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization established by Lourdes Duque Baron to raise funds and obtain food and supplies to support the World Medical Mission. The World Medical Mission provides medical and surgical treatment for tens of thousands of impoverished people in the Philippines and Tecate Mexico every year.

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Edited by Jill Dale, Bella Luce Productions.
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Singer @LourdesDBaron To Release New Version of #Jazz Hit “Table For Two” For The Silver Screen

Baron’s exquisite vocals, coupled with the composing eloquence of multi-platinum music producer, Andrew Lane create a playful sophistication akin to those revered by 50s and 60s jazz standards in her new version of “Table For Two.”

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“Table For Two” is an original song written and produced by Andrew Lane (multi-platinum music producer) specifically for Lourdes Duque Baron. He chose this song for Baron because of “her worldliness and her deep vocal sound.” Lane also composed the arrangement. The song is playful and paints a picture of warm intimacy and romance. Seldom has music seen a more versatile, talented, and dynamic performer than Lourdes Duque Baron as she proves with her vocal range here.

Lourdes Duque Baron 'Table For Two'The single has been a hit on jazz radio stations across the U.S. and several internationally. A special version of the song was chosen for the soundtrack of an upcoming Filipino film (Baron is originally from the Philippines) entitled “Cavort With Butandings.” Baron will also play the lead female role in this film. “Table For Two” is available on iTunes, Amazon, and MTV.

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Baron is one of a small number of artists able to exercise more autonomy over how their music is consumed thanks to the huge audiences they command. Another example: Beyoncé.

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E Music Critics: Lourdes Duque Baron Sets The Stage And Dishes ‘Table For Two’

By Carla B.

Via (Los Angeles Public Relations Firm) — They simply don’t make them like Lourdes Duque Baron anymore. That much is clear after listening to her latest single, ‘Table For Two,’ written exclusively for her — by Multi-platinum producer, Andrew Lane.

The ditty has a seductive, mesmerizing appeal emphasizing Baron’s vocal prowess and preternatural charm.

 “And as we dance under the moonlight – and when I look at you – I say man what a sight – And I realize that this life with you is so worth it” she croons – hitting the bulls eye, communicating with her man with an unrivaled directness.

There’s power in those words.

She’s defined her style as being part of whoever she is at any time, not part of who she’s trying to be or supposedly ought to be.

Baron’s formidable charisma and age-defying energy levels are hugely engaging as usual.  Bringing to a close the conversation with her lover… where she began. Still silky, still sultry…smoky, incomparable, indefatigable.

Mrs. Baron is aiming somewhere even higher than her predecessors, a mode of timelessness that few singers — aside from, say, Adele, who has a vocal gift that demands such an approach — even bother aspiring to. Everyone else striving to sound like now will have to shift gears once the now sound changes. But not Mrs. Baron, the ‘My Spring in Paris’ songbird is winning a new war, one she’d gladly admit to fighting.

Her work may not be familiar to the rock ‘n’ roll or hip hop generations, but if you are of a certain age or inclination, Table For Two will resonate. (is a nice place to explore her music. In fact, it’s just about perfect.

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‘Hope For The World Foundation’ Commence Ambitious Fundraising Campaign For ‘The World Medical Mission’

Funds and volunteers are needed for the Hope For the World Foundation and World Medical Mission to the Philippines in February 2015. The Hope For The World Foundation is a non-profit organization to raise funds in support of the medical mission.

Burbank, Calif. (PRWEB) December 31, 2014

In honor of the 30th Anniversary of the World Medical Mission Foundation in 2016, Filipino jazz singer, Lourdes Duque Baron, has established the 501(c)(3) Hope For The World Foundation to launch the first annual fundraising campaign. The World Medical Mission USA Foundation, a non-profit organization that has been providing medical and surgical treatment all throughout the Philippines for the past 28 years now. In 2012, the medical mission traveled to four areas; Surigao, Tagkawayan, Quezon, Lucena, Quezon and Rio Tuba, Palawan. View the Hope For The World Foundation promo here.

The Medical Mission also travels each month to Tecate, Mexico to provide medical treatment and food to those in need at the Trinitarians of Mary Order founded by Mother Lillie, who is also involved in the project. Over the years, the World Medical Mission has helped hundreds of thousands of those in need. Just $10 will feed four children lunch. In December, the mission was able to provide 1,300 to needy children and adults but it is not enough. Tax deductible donations can be processed securely here.

Baron, who recently launched her music career with the release of her debut CD, “Feeling Good At Any Age,” explains her music is a stepping-stone to this greater mission. She explained the medical treatment is so important and that “everybody should have a chance in life.”

Over the next years, the campaign will fund the healthcare mission and subsidize food and medical supplies focusing on children and those in need in the developing world. The programs will advance the organization’s initiatives in all areas of medicine under the direction of Dr. Robinson V. Baron and their daughter, Stephanie Baron, P.A.-C, director and the next generation of the medical mission.

Robinson V. Baron, MD is a surgeon who specializes in general surgery in Covina, California. He is 1 of only 2 surgeons certified in robotic surgery. He was elected first Chief of Staff of the Citrus Valley Health Partners and President of the Philippine Medical Association of Southern California in 1994-1996. Additionally, he is serving an unprecedented third time as Chief of Staff at Citrus Valley Health Partners. He fulfilled his fellowship at Sloan-Kettering Cancer Memorial in Manhattan, New York; completed his residency in General Surgery in Easton and Philadelphia; and his internship in Kenmore and Glendora, California. Dr. Baron is one of the Twelve Outstanding Filipino-American Health Care Professionals honored by Los Angeles City Council in December 14, 2007.

The goal of the Hope For the World Foundation is to raise $1 million. The goal is an ambitious one, but will be instrumental in the mission’s effort to deliver quality healthcare services to the most vulnerable and impoverished people across the world. The Hope For the World Foundation is committed to fostering partnerships with sponsors and donors in order to support the medical mission as well as providing perishable and non-perishable goods to the community. Please visit The Hope for the World Foundation Official Website for more info.

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Artists You Definitely Need To Be Listening To In 2015 – George The Poet

By Tawanda Cawthon

You’d be a fool to not listen to them.



George The Poet

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George the Poet is the hottest name in spoken word. A third-year student at King’s College, Cambridge, and a rapper who has spent the last few years trying to “give up” rap.

During his studies, Mpanga won a social enterprise competition organized by Barclays and Channel 4 called The Stake, which asked entrants how they would spend $100,000. He used his prize to fund The Jubilee Line, a series of secondary school poetry workshops for underprivileged children in London.In May 2012, he premiered the piece “My City”, about his hometown London.Subsequently, BBC Radio 1 selected him as the face of their Hackney Weekend (in June 2012)and Sky Sports F1 commissioned him to write poems for their coverage of the 2012 Formula One season and the 2013 Monaco Grand Prix.He signed to the record label Island Records in August 2013.

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He was born and raised on the Stonebridge Park estate in Harlesden, north-west London. His parents arrived from Uganda in the late 80s: after his elder brother had trouble at a local school, his mother studied the league tables and “made me apply for the one at the top” (Queen Elizabeth’s School in Barnet, a boys’ grammar recently credited with the highest A-level results in the country). The school’s disciplinary code, Mpanga suggests, offered him an alternative to the estate’s internal laws, raising questions about independent thinking that still form the foundations of his work. He started performing rap and grime at 15 but when he got to Cambridge (where he’s studying politics, psychology and sociology) he decided to “pass it off as poetry. I knew it would get lost in translation otherwise.”

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“Rap puts too much weight on entertainment, he argues, where poetry provokes thought. At eight he loved Eminem (“he was showing me his twisted heart”) and Nas (“he taught me new ideas about community”), then moved on to Wiley, Ghetts, Skepta, Griminal and Dot Rotten. Other mainstream rappers left him cold. “Someone like 50 Cent, it took me years to appreciate,” he says. “It was all about drugs and money and it didn’t stimulate me, but then when I thought about his upbringing I realised that no matter how rich or successful he gets that upbringing will always inform what he says. By the time we were 14, my friends were starting to behave like the rappers they were listening to, carrying drugs for older kids and getting paid for it, and it wasn’t through lack of choice. Your mind flicks back to rap and it’s all familiar, in a good way. I couldn’t ignore that – I knew it was partially down to rap”.

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Genre: Spoken word, hip hop
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