5 Memorable Moments From The ‘inside Llewyn Davis’ Concert, ‘another Day, Another Time’

Concert preview: Perfectly Frank: Pop goes Broadway with ‘Wildhorn & Friends’ at BYU Bravo! series

Mulligan plays a folk singer in “Inside Llewyn Davis”, and got to perform a pair of songs during the concert, including “Didn’t Leave Nobody But The Baby” and “500 Miles,” the latter with Elvis Costello. “This has been done by everyone from Peter, Paul and Mary to, well, me. So please give me a big hand,” Mulligan said before “500 Miles.” Mulligan received one of the warmest ovations of the night, if not the loudest. That’s because … 1. Dear, Lord: Rhiannon Giddens. The chances are a good many people haven’t heard of Rhiannon Giddens, but that’s probably going to change after “Another Day, Another Time” airs on Showtime. Giddens performed two songs, including a traditional Scottish tune, and earned the night’s one in-show standing ovation. Watch above to get an idea of what Giddens sounded like (just amplify the stakes by Scott Rudin is sitting 10 feet away.) Check out the full “Another Night, Another Time” set list below: ACT ONE “Tumbling Tumbleweeds,” The Punch Brothers “Rye Whiskey,” The Punch Brothers “Will The Circle Be Unbroken,” Gillian Welch, Dave Rawlings, The Punch Brothers “The Way It Goes,” Gillian Welch, Dave Rawlings “The Midnight Special,” Gillian Welch, Dave Rawlings, Willie Watson “I Hear Them All/This Land Is Your Land,” Gillian Welch, Dave Rawlings, Willie Watson “Last Thing On My Mind,” Stark Sands, The Punch Brothers “New York,” Milk Carton Kids “Tomorrow Will Be Kinder,” Secret Sisters, The Punch Brothers “Go Down Smooth,” Lake Street Dive “Please Mr. Kennedy,” Elvis Costello, Oscar Isaac, Adam Driver “Four Strong Winds,” Conor Oberst, Gillian Welch, Dave Rawlings “Man Named Truth,” Conor Oberst, Gillian Welch, Dave Rawlings “Tomorrow Is A Long Time,” Keb Mo “Blues Run The Game,” Colin Meloy “Joe Hill,” Colin Meloy, Joan Baez, Gillian Welch “All My Mistakes,” The Avett Brothers “How I Got To Memphis,” The Avett Brothers “Head Full Of Doubt,” The Avett Brothers ACT TWO “Mama’s Angel Child,” Jack White “Have You Heard John Hurt?,” Jack White “We’re Going to Be Friends,” Jack White “Waterboy,” Rhiannon Giddens, Hubby Jenkins, Jack A., Jay, Jackson Smith, Paul “S’iomadh Rid The Dhith Om / Ciamar A Ni Mi,” Rhiannon Giddens, Hubby Jenkins, Jack A., Jay, Chris, Paul, Gabe, Jackson Smith “Hang Me, Oh Hang Me,” Oscar Isaac, The Punch Brothers, Secret Sisters “Green, Green Rocky Road,” Oscar Isaac “Babe, I’m Gonna Leave You,” Patti Smith, Jackson Smith “People Have The Power,” Patti Smith, Jackson Smith, Avett Bros., Lake Street Dive, Jay, Jack A., Tony Shanahan “Rock, Salt and Nails,” Bob Neuwirth, The Punch Brothers, Jay, Dave R., Jack A., Dave M. “The Auld Triangle,” The Punch Brothers, Marcus Mumford “Didn’t Leave Nobody But The Baby,” Carey Mulligan, Gillian Welch, Rhiannon Giddens “Five Hundred Miles,” Elvis Costello, Stark Sands, The Punch Brothers., Secret Sisters, Carey Mulligan “Which Side Are You On?,” Joan Baez, Dirk Powell, Chris Thile “House Of The Rising Sun,” Joan Baez, Dirk Powell “Give Me Cornbread When I’m Hungry,” Joan Baez, Dirk Powell, Marcus Mumford “I Was Young When I Left Home,” Marcus Mumford “Fare Thee Well,” Marcus Mumford, Oscar Issac, The Punch Brothers, Jay, Jack “Farewell,” Marcus Mumford, The Punch Brothers, Jay, Jack All photos by Rahav Segev. Loading Slideshow Carey Mulligan Actress Carey Mulligan performs at “Another Day, Another Time: Celebrating the Music of Inside Llewyn Davis” at The Town Hall on Sunday, Sept. 29, 2013 in New York. (Photo by Evan Agostini/Invision/AP) Marcus Mumford, Oscar Isaac Musicians Marcus Mumford, left, and Oscar Isaac perform together during “Another Day, Another Time: Celebrating the Music of Inside Llewyn Davis” at The Town Hall on Sunday, Sept. 29, 2013 in New York.

Ben Speaks concert in Medway to honor suicide victims, bring community together

So the combination of playing with a band again, which I love to do so much, and being able to share those stories has led to this new thing in my life, with Frank & Friends. Though a variety of soloists have appeared with Wildhorn, making each concert unique, the BYU performance will be unlike the preceding outings. This will be the first time for a bunch of things, he says, including: The first performance where he was hired directly by a university to perform, instead of through a commercial booking agency. The first time Into the Fire, the stirring breakout anthem of The Scarlet Pimpernel, will be sung with a large chorus of mens voices at his concert. The first time works from his latest show Excalibur, which will open in Switzerland in March, will be publicly performed. The first time songs will be included from Bonnie & Clyde, his last-seen-on-Broadway musical. Bonnie & Clyde is bittersweet for me, he explains. I love it very much, and audiences love the show. Its been staged internationally and been a hit everywhere its played, except for one city, New York City. While Jekyll & Hyde ran for four years on Broadway, his subsequent musicals have struggled to duplicate the long-running, widely sold out success. Wildhorn is highly popular with audiences, but he still gets the cold shoulder from some New York theater critics adverse to his pop pedigree. Wildhorn is aware that The Scarlet Pimpernel is immensely popular in Utah and he lights up to learn that Bonnie & Clyde will receive its state premiere when Utah Repertory Theater Company produces the fan-favorite musical Nov. 8-23. Im so excited that Utah will be able to see Bonnie & Clyde, he says.

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Ever since Judy Giovangelos son, Ben, took his own life, she has worked to help teens from making self-destructive decisions such as using drugs and alcohol. Five months after her sons April 2009 death, Giovangelo started a nonprofit organization called “Ben Speaks Louder Than Words,” which focuses on preventing teen suicide and providing methods to help teens cope with their problems. Each year since, Ben Speaks organizes an event – A Concert to Remember, which Giovangelo calls a “healing concert for families, using the very powerful medium of music.” The concert was first held at the New England Chapel in Franklin, and at the New England Baptist Church in Newton the previous two years. This Saturday the event will be held at the place where Giovangelo, now the executive director of Ben Speaks, said her son was a target of bullying Medway High School. “As a mother, you can imagine I had to go through my own process and kind of pulled out of Medway,” Giovangelo said. Although Ben Speaks has grown “exponentially,” in four years, Giovangelo said the organization is “very homegrown.” The youth board advisors, she said, meet every other week at Medway Public Library. But holding an event in the same building and town where her son was bullied until he took his own life, she said, will be very different. “Its going to be very healing for my family and me,” she said. In Needham, Giovangelo said a suicide coalition was created after the town experienced four teenage suicides over an 18-month period from 2005 to 2006. But she said Medway did little to address the four teenage suicides in Medway since 2009. “When my son died, it was horrific the way it was handled,” she said, adding that the issue was “swept right under the rug” after some time. In todays fast-moving culture, Giovangelo said people are expected to move on quickly, but when a child dies because of “systematic issues in culture,” it becomes difficult. “Teen suicide and bullying are up front and in our faces today,” she added. She said she hopes the concert on Saturday will help her and other families who have lost someone to suicide cope with their losses – and be a “celebration of life.” In order to stop bullying, Giovangelo said, “We need to shift to collaboration, contribution and recognizing that the weakest link is the greatest strength,” she said. A Concert to Remember will be held at Medway High School at 7 p.m.

Naples Concert Band Kicks Off 42nd Season with Memorial Concert

The Paradise Brass Quintet will pay tribute to Bill with Thats A Plenty, and Amazing Grace. Vocalist, Jenny Bintliff, will present A Judy Garland Medley. Tuba soloist, Joe Choomack, will also be featured in Carioca from Rio de Janeiro. Two of Bills favorite arrangements, Pilatus, by Steven Reineke and Stevie Wonders Sir Duke will be performed. Marches, Oktoberfest Polkas, Broadway Show Tunes, and the Rimsky-Korsakov Classic, Scheherazade will round out the program. Special thanks to NCB entertainer sponsor, Sun Reality, Diane J. Brennan, GRI. Guests are encouraged to arrive early with lawn chairs and blankets for seating. Admission is free, with donations appreciated. Donations received at each concert help to defray operating expenses and are applied to The Bands Scholarship Fund, which awards scholarships each year to deserving student members of The Band. For those interested in learning more about the Naples Concert Band, there will be a tent at all performances with information about future concerts, sponsorships, volunteer opportunities, and how to become a Fan of the Band and receive a complimentary NCB tote bag. The Naples Concert Band is a non-profit organization dedicated to entertaining the community with old-fashioned concerts in the park. The Bands 42nd season will expand upon last seasons record breaking performances. The schedule includes eight performances featuring special guest performances and an exciting mix of new literature and old favorites that will satisfy all tastes.