Articole scrise de Cosmin Navadaru, transl/adapt. C.B.


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1.Bob Dylan in Bucharest: Music for pareidolia affected In a world of images, people are condemned to pareidolia. It's that human brain feature to see clouds in the shape of dinosaurs, the face of Jesus in a tree trunk or to hear hidden messages when a play is sung backwards. A mass pareidolia phenomenon could be identified on Wednesday, June 2, during the Bob Dylan concert in Zone Arena in Bucharest, when 10,000 Romanians saw a god on the stage, a poet, a veritable harmonica player, even a promoter of satanic signs.
2.AC/DC in Romania: Between the Gaia Hypothesis and the Tesla Effect The thunderstorm god, by his mortal name Angus Young, and his colleagues have confirmed the Gaia Hypothesis, have supplied wireless energy through the Tesla Effect and have created a particular Burnout Syndrome on Sunday, May 16, in Piata Constitutiei in Bucharest. 
3.Romanian jazz artists Aura Urziceanu and Johnny Raducanu will perform with Duke Ellington Orchestra Aura Urziceanu, one of the few Romanian jazz artists appreciated overseas will join Duke Ellington Orchestra on stage during the event taking place on Sunday, April 25, in Bucharest. Another Romanian to perform alongside Duke Ellington Orchestra on the same evening is Johnny Raducanu, nicknamed by the American critics "Mr. Jazz of Romania". This is the first time Raducanu will perform alongside the band that wrote jazz history. 
4.Rod Stewart will perform in Romania British singer Rod Stewart will perform in Romania on the Iolanda Balas-Soter stadium in June 29, Romanian news agency Mediafax informs. Tickets will be sold starting with January 26.
5.Romanian singer tops Billboard charts Inna is the first Romanian artist to top a Billboard chart, one of the most appreciated magazines worldwide, a reference publication for the world of music. After she succeeded to get to the top of Spanish charts and was listed among the top 10 Belgian, Hungary and Netherlands pop artists, a 23 year-old Romanian ranks first  the Hot Dance Airplay Billboard with her Hot single, the singer's website informs. 
6.Romanian singer tops Billboard charts Inna is the first Romanian artist to a Billboard chart, one of the most appreciated magazines worldwide, a reference publication for the world of music. After she succeeded to get to the top of Spanish charts and was listed among the top 10 Belgian, Hungary and Netherlands pop artists, a 23 year-old Romanian ranks first  the Hot Dance Airplay Billboard with her Hot single, the singer's website informs. 
7.Paul Di'Anno (ex-Iron Maiden) performs in Bucharest Paul Di'Anno, the first iron Maiden vocal, will perform in Bucharest, in the Club Silver Church on November 19, starting 8 pm (local time), the organisers inform. The show is part of a world tour that lists almost 30 countries. The Thunderbolt Norwegians and the R.U.S.T. Romanians will take care of the opening.
8.Vaya Con Dios will perform in Romania for the 3rd time Known as the most successful Belgian band, Vaya Con Dios will perform in Bucharest on October 13 at Sala Palatului an acoustic concert. The two-hour long event will bring tunes with Gypsy influences, but also Johnny, a cover after one of Edit Piaf's songs, who in her turn was inspired by Sanie cu zurgalai, sang by Romanian Maria Lataretu. 
9.Yann Tiersen returns to Romania French musician Yann Tiersen, known to the large public for his compositions featured in Le fabuleux destin d'Amelie Poulain and Good Bye Lenin!, will perform in Romania for the second time. The event is scheduled for November 4, staring 8 pm at Sala Palatului in Bucharest, ARTmania informs. 
10.Romania's Golden Stag goes to an Italian Antonino Spadaccino was pronounced the winner of the Romanian musical competition the Golden Stag 2009 on Sunday. The Italian participated in the contest singing Un ultimo brivido and Septembrie, luni. The Silver Stag went to The Maker band (Romania) and the Bronze stag was awarded to Ovidiu Jacobsen, a Norwegian of Romanian origin. Guitarist Steve Vai received the Excellency Award for Career.
11.Madonna's concert in Romania causes traffic restrictions To improve access to Madonna's concert next Wednesday, the local authorities decided to restrict traffic on certain routes in Bucharest, the concert organisers inform. The fans are recommended to use public transport, especially the tube, because the area around Izvor Park does not have available parking space. Madonna will perform on August 26 in Bucharest in Izvor Park, with her Sticky & Sweet Tour, the artist's eight world tour. 
12.PHOTO GALLERY Romanians dance in memory of Michael Jackson Over 1,000 people from Bucharest paid homage to Michael Jackson, dancing on the hit Beat It. The event took place on Saturday, August 8, in three sites from Romania's Capital.
13.Russell Leetch, Editors bass guitarist: We are a better band than Arctic Monkeys The Editors make indie rock and will be performing in Romania's main city on August 16, in The Summer Terrace Herastrau from the Capital. Russell Leetch, the band's bass guitarist, talked to HotNews.ro about "the second biggest British band of the decade after Arctic Monkeys" tag: "We will be re-discovered by music fans in 20 years time when people listen to bands through a chip in their brain and people then will realise we were the best band of the noughties".
14.Carlos Santana, The Charlatans and The Ting Tings performed at B'ESTFEST – Day 3: The world is round, so we can all be in the centre stage A full 4th of July for B'ESTFEST 2009 in Bucharest. The Ting Tings showed just what a band needs to do during an economic crisis, The Charlatans played in Romania for the second time and legendary Carlos Santana brought 20,000 people together at Romexpo. For over two hours' time, Santana performed and talked about compassion, forgiveness, love, fear and George Bush. The same day saw bands like Persona, Gravity CO., Looptroop Rockers and The MOOod on the stage. 
15.Miss Universe Romania 2009 comes from North-East Romania She's 20 and was born in North East Romania - Piatra-Neamt, in Romanian Moldova. Her body has a size to dream about: 88/61/91 and she's 1.74 meters tall. Her hobbies are "driving and, of course, shopping, like any girl". She wants to become TV presenter. Bianca Elena Constantin was chosen Miss Universe Romania 2009 after c contest from June 29. She also received a special award from the press and will represent Romania for Miss Universe 2009, a competition to take place in Bahamas, in August 23.


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