Travel Top 10 places in America to enjoy music | USA WEEKEND Magazine Home Page
Site Index
In this report
R&B: Detroit BLUEGRASS: Bean Blossom, Ind. Personal Finance
Frame Games
Sponsored Links
Sales Management Courses
Special Reports
Master Closing Skills, Negotiation and More - 100% Home & Family
Online. Free Info! Classroom
Travel: 10 top places to hear authentic American music
Talkin' Shop
XELODA® Offical Site
Back Issues
New Orleans? Nashville? Too obvious. We dug even deeper to find Learn About A Proven Effective Oral Chemotherapy.
Make A Difference
great getaways and music festivals. They're diverse, deeply
rooted and singular sounds, but together they form a beautiful

"Teeth Whitening Caution"
7 Teeth Whitening Products Tested, Rated, and Summer is a great season for
Buy a link here
music festival. At venues ranging our
from whitewashed bandstands to travel
Books by USA WEEKEND Magazine contributing editors out-of-the way Spots We take you off the beaten (Lollapalooza, Ozzfest, and other America the diverse Places that celebrate our Top 10 places to have fun The classic summer prerogative -- good, old-fashioned fun. 10 Most Beautiful Places in America A nation blessed with sights -- natural and man-made. America's 10 Best Historic Landmarks Defining moments and places in the evolution of our this, our summer travel issue, we 10 Must-See sites: Understanding of what it soon realized it wouldn't be possible to list all the locations worthy of mention. So, we decided not to include the most obvious and well-known places that represent the best of American music. We figured you didn't need us to tell you about the towering musical legacies of New Orleans and Nashville, of Austin, and Cleveland's Rock and Roll Hall of Fame. (But here's a plug anyway: Go!) Instead, we have highlighted 10 cities and towns associated with a particular sound. Together, they contribute essential notes to the glorious symphony that is America. So load up your MP3 player and hit the road. Our foremost musical destinations await your listening pleasure. ROCK
Asbury Park, N.J.
"I saw rock and roll's future, and its name is Bruce Springsteen," a critic famously wrote in 1974 after hearing a raw young rocker whose exuberant debut album, "Greetings From Asbury Park, N.J.", bristled with working-class poetry. "The Boss" also turned out to be a big part of Travel Top 10 places in America to enjoy music | USA WEEKEND Magazine SURF
Los Angeles
Pop culture exporter to the world, Southern California lists drive-through burger joints, romantic comedies, skateboarding and paparazzi stakeouts among its inventions. Another is surf music. An amped-up mix of rockabilly and R&B, the genre emerged in and around L.A. in the early 1960s, performed by and for surfers. Dick Dale, known as King of the Surf Guitar, introduced a heavy reverb that captured the adrenaline rush of riding a pipeline. Bands like the Ventures and the Surfaris helped make the blissed-out music a coast-to-coast sensation with such hits as "Walk Don't Run" and "Wipe Out." The Beach Boys softened the sound, added luscious vocal harmonies and made the style America's official soundtrack of summer. The best place to hear surf music and the subgenres it spawned -- from pop punk to skate rock -- is still L.A., where the sun is always shining and the next big wave is already building. COWBOY
Gene Autry, Okla.
Forget apple pie. Music doesn't get any more American than singing cowboys. In the 1930s and '40s, Western performers such as Roy Rogers, the Gene Autry
Sons of the Pioneers and Gene Autry strummed, defined cowboy
roped and crooned their way to superstardom. Autry alone appeared in 93 movies and sold more than 100 million records, dominating the airwaves with hits like "The Yellow Rose of Texas," "Tumbling Tumbleweeds" and "Back in the Saddle Again." The golden age of cowboy music lives on at the Gene Autry Oklahoma Museum in Gene Autry, Okla. (The tiny town named itself for Oklahoma's Yodeling Cowboy, who owned a ranch nearby.) This year, fans from all over will gather there Sept. 24-28 for the museum's annual film and music festival, featuring vintage Westerns, cowboy poets and storytellers and lots of good old-fashioned campfire music. HIP-HOP
Bronx, N.Y.

The time was 1973. The place was the rec room of a low-income apartment building in the Bronx. That's when and where a Jamaican-American In a housing
teenager named Clive Campbell and some beat- project rec room,
mad friends more or less invented rap. Calling the latest
himself DJ Kool Herc (the kid was buff, like influential
American music
neighborhood dance parties. To keep the bodies was born.
moving, he bought extra copies of his favorite
records, cued up the best riffs on multiple
turntables, then stitched the segments together into extended funky
interludes. Herc or a sidekick often shouted rhymes over the loops, an
innovation borrowed from a Jamaican party tradition called "toasting."
According to fellow hip-hop pioneer and Bronx resident Joseph Saddler,
"When Herc's bass came in, the whole place would be shaking." Saddler
himself -- better known as Grandmaster Flash -- spread the fresh sound
to the wider world with his huge 1982 hit, "The Message." For a guided
look at the spots where rap was born, led by various old-school emcees,
check out Hush Hip Hop Tours (; 212-714-3527). The
four-hour tour takes you to the Bronx, midtown Manhattan and Harlem.



A TUTELA DE SAÚDE COMO UM DIREITO FUNDAMENTAL DO CIDADÃO por André da Silva Ordacgy * A Saúde encontra-se entre os bens intangíveis mais preciosos do ser humano, digna de receber a tutela protetiva estatal, porque se consubstancia em característica indissociável do direito à vida. Dessa forma, a atenção à Saúde constitui um direito de todo cidadão e um dever do Estado, deven

Copyright © 2018 Medical Abstracts