Murder Most Foul, We Are All Conspiracy Theorists Now

Murder Most Foul, We Are All Conspiracy Theorists Now — Guess we are all conspiracy theorists now. Nobel laureate Bob Dylan released his first song in eight years two days ago (March 26). Murder Most Foul is about 17 minutes long and is his best since the 1970s. It’s subject is the murder of John F. Kennedy and how things really haven’t been right since.

You will not take it as a defense of the Lone Gunman Theory.

We are including images of the lyrics. Here is the song:

Murder Most Foul, We Are All Conspiracy Theorists Now
Murder Most Foul, We Are All Conspiracy Theorists Now
Murder Most Foul, We Are All Conspiracy Theorists Now
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Murder Most Foul, We Are All Conspiracy Theorists

Randy Newman Baltimore

Randy Newman Baltimore — This song got some airplay in 1977 when Baltimore was our seventh largest city with a population about 300,000 more than today.

As long as Democrats run things, things don’t change for the better.

For any social “justice” “warriors” reading: If that song doesn’t trigger you here:

Randy Newman Baltimore
Randy Newman Baltimore

Can’t Just Come To Canada

Can’t Just Come To Canada –– Hey Erick Lexi, we have a song subject for you.

Lexi is the Cuban singer who was deported from Columbia to Ecuador after he entered that nation no tener documentos.

Why Ecuador? Guess he didn’t want to go back to Cuba for some strange reason. It certainly must be a strange reason as all the smart norteamericano progressive types think Cuba is some kind of paradise.

But leave that aside. Here is our song idea. It’s called “Can’t just come to Canada”.

You see with the Trump Administration in power, Canada is sending emissaries to the American illegals telling them no vayas al norte.

“You can’t just come to Canada and cross the border and stay there the rest of your life,” Pablo Rodriguez, a member of parliament and a strong ally of Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, said only last month. 

So Erick maybe you can take our idea and make a social justice rap with it or something. You don’t even have to give us credit.

Truthfully, Erick we don’t think you’d want to go to Canada. Did you ever notice the resemblance between Trudeau and Fidel? Just sayin’.

Stay in Miami. You are employed and  here legally, right?

Can’t Just Come To Canada

 

Can't Just Come To Canada
Won’t see this in the Great White North.

Robert Mansfield Joins 680 The Heat

Robert Mansfield Joins 680 The Heat — The always enlightened and entertaining Robert Mansfield is the newest DJ at the web-based 680 The Heat.

His show It’s Strictly Political with DJ Politic airs 10 a.m. to midnight, Fridays.

Check it out here.

Robert started a gubernatorial run as an independent in 2010 against Tom Corbett before dropping out. In 2012, he took on Chaka Fattah in the Pennsylvania 2nd District congressional race as a Republican.

Imagine how much better things would be if he had won either?

 

Robert Mansfield Joins 680 The Heat
Former GOP Candidate Robert Mansfield Joins The Heat

 

Robert Mansfield Joins 680 The Heat

 

Finzi, Krommer, Schumann End Chamber Season

Finzi, Krommer, Schumann End Chamber Season

By Joseph B. Dychala

The final Delaware County Symphony chamber concert performance is Sunday, April 2 at 3 p.m. The concert takes place at Neumann University in the Meagher Theater in The Bruder Life Center. Ample free parking is provided.

The program includes selections from Finzi, Krommer and Schumann. Opening the afternoon is three of the Five Bagatelles for Clarinet and Piano by Gerald Finzi followed by Concerto for Two Clarinets in E-flat Major by Franz Krommer. The afternoon concludes with Piano Quintet in E-flat Major by Robert Schumann. Featured performer Arnold Ostroff will be playing the Steinway Concert Grand with Michael Berton on cello.

Tickets may be purchased day of show for $12 each with a special two for one promotion for Delaware and Montgomery County library members upon presenting their library card. Tickets for students and seniors are discounted to $10 each. As always, any child twelve years or under receives free admission with an accompanying paid adult. This is an excellent way to bring the classics to a new generation of listeners.

The final full orchestra concert performance will conclude the 2016 – 2017 concert season on April 30 and feature selections from Shostakovich, Franck, Elgar and Tchaikovsky.

Finzi, Krommer, Schumann End Chamber Season

Delco Symphony Plays The 5th

Delco Symphony Plays The 5th — The Delaware County Symphony will perform Beethoven’s well known Fifth Symphony this Sunday, March 5, at Neumann University’s Meagher Theater.

The music begins at 3 p.m. but plan on arriving early to enjoy a discussion with Dr C. Michael Kelly at 2 p.m. regarding the program’s selections and composers. Peace and Hope, the title of the afternoon’s performance begins with Franz Schubert’s “unfinished symphony”. In addition special guest cellist Udi Bar-David joins the orchestra for Antonin Dvorak’s Cello Concerto in B Minor. Concluding the show, Ludwig van Beethoven’s Symphony Number 5 in C Minor, is sure to delight experienced concert goers and novice listeners alike.

Tickets for the concert, available day of show, are $18 general admission; $15 for seniors and students. Neumann University students receive free admission as do children 12 and under accompanied by a paying adult. Ample free parking is available.

— Joseph B. Dychala

Delco Symphony Plays The 5th

Delco Symphony Plays The 5th

Schubert Featured By Delco Symphony

Schubert Featured By Delco Symphony

By Joseph B. Dychala

The Delaware County Symphony returns to the stage at Neumann University’s Meagher Theater, 3 p.m., tomorrow, Feb. 12.

The 2016 – 2017 season continues with a Chamber Concert featuring several exciting selections and special guests. The program will feature Dasha Bukhartseva and Artist in Residence Jennifer Nicole Campbell on piano for four hands, plus the Academy of International Ballet.

The concert opens with Franz Schubert’s “Fantasy in F Minor”. Next up will be an original composition performed by Jennifer Nicole Campbell entitled “Butterfly Whispers”. Maurice Ravel’s “Three Poems of Mallarme” featuring Katherine Skovira, mezzo-soprano and Smetana’s “Vltava” from Ma vlast round out the afternoon. The concert concludes with the well loved “Hungarian Rhapsody No. 2” by Franz Liszt.

Tickets may be obtained day of show and are $12 each with a special price of $10 for seniors and students. Children under 12, accompanied by a paying adult receive free admission. This is an excellent way to bring the classics to a new generation of listeners.

Schubert Featured By Delco Symphony