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PostHeaderIcon Baby Moana and beautiful music debut in Disney’s new international teaser

We’ve seen a teaser for the film featuring Dwayne Johnson’s Maui, but this new international teaser features an adorable look at our main character, Maona. Moana is directed by directed by Ron Clements and John Musker and stars Johnson, Auli’i Cravalho as Princess Moana Waialiki, Alan Tudyk, and Phillipa Soo and is set for a November 23, 2016 release. Read more here

PostHeaderIcon I’m a Freak Baby: A Journey Through the British Heavy Psych and Hard Rock Underground Scene 1968-1972 review – grey, grim and glorious

Primitive … Iron Claw, featured on I’m a Freak Baby

A few years ago, the film-maker Adam Curtis unearthed two alternately bleak and inadvertently hilarious BBC documentaries about Hells Angels. One was a 1973 film positing them as a terrifying threat to Britain, a sentiment slightly undercut as the film progresses by the discovery that their vice-president “Mad” John and his sergeant-at-arms, cross-eyed Karl, can’t even successfully organise a weekend break on a barge near Aylesbury, let alone the destruction of society as we know it.  Read more here

PostHeaderIcon Personalized Music Therapy Benefits People with Dementia—and Their Caregivers

Megan Snyder

Henry has been a nursing home resident for about ten years. He isn’t able to say his daughter’s name when she asks him who she is. His caregiver explains that Henry tends to sit around with his head down, not talking. Then, as she hands Henry an iPod with his favorite music and puts headphones on him, there’s a transformation. His face lights up, his eyes open wide, he moves his arms and sings along. Afterward, he is able to answer questions and share memories about his youth. Read more here

PostHeaderIcon Phoenix Center’s music therapy is a song of healing for the brain

Niamh Fahy

MARBLE FALLS – It was one song, but for Niamh Fahy and the group of boys with which she was working, this was a major accomplishment, possibly life-changing. The boys, participants in the Phoenix Center’s innovative music therapy program, pulled together as a group, came up with some music and combined it with their own lyrics to create an original song. Read more here

PostHeaderIcon Healing power of music was in effect at emotional Dallas memorial service

If awards were being given for Tuesday’s memorial service at the Meyerson Symphony Center, the award for Best Supporting Actor might well go not to a person, but to a force. Today, the force was music, which served as the transport agent for the most powerful emotions at the service. Read more here

PostHeaderIcon Canadian Artist Hennie Bekker Brings Benefits Of Music Therapy In Latest New Age Album

Canadian recording artist Hennie Bekker combines music therapy with his award-winning signature melodic style in his latest New Age album release “Beyond Dreams – Pathways to Deep Relaxation,” available worldwide through Abbeywood Records at Amazon and iTunes, as well as select retail outlets in North America and Europe. Read more here

PostHeaderIcon How music therapy helps treat cancer patients at Spectrum Health

Music therapy was originally used to help special needs children in the United States. Since the 1940s, music therapy has expanded to treat cancer patients, hospitalized children and adults, and palliative care and hospice patients.
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PostHeaderIcon Personalized Music Therapy Benefits People with Dementia—and Their Caregivers

Henry

Henry has been a nursing home resident for about ten years. He isn’t able to say his daughter’s name when she asks him who she is. His caregiver explains that Henry tends to sit around with his head down, not talking. Then, as she hands Henry an iPod with his favorite music and puts headphones on him, there’s a transformation. His face lights up, his eyes open wide, he moves his arms and sings along. Afterward, he is able to answer questions and share memories about his youth. Read more here

PostHeaderIcon Miranda Lambert: Music Helped “Heartache And Healing” After Blake Shelton Divorce

Miranda Lambert Music Divorce

Miranda Lambert is crediting music with helping her get though the past year, which she notes was marked with “heartache and healing” and “finding peace in dark places,” following her divorce from Blake Shelton. The singer, who just released the song “Vice,” posted a message on Instagram that details how music saved her. Read more here

PostHeaderIcon Ty Herndon: ‘People Feel Healing Through Music’

Ty Herndon Hands

Ty Herndon is passionate about making a difference. The country singer is doing whatever he can to spread love instead of hatred all over the world, although he admits that it’s becoming an arduous task. Read more here

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