Jazz Music That Can Improve Your Health

Jazz Music That Can Improve Your Health

Jazz Music- The music itself has a direct effect on hormones which is why music fans can depend on music to make their day.

This is one of the most popular music genres. In Indonesia alone, there are several musicians such as Tompi, Andien, Kunto Aji to Ardhito Pramono.

If you are dealing with stress then that stress can be the root of many health problems. The relaxing effect of jazz music can have a healing effect. Here are the benefits:

Stress reliever

Listening to relaxing music, such as ballads, causes brain waves to adjust the tempo of the music. It has a relaxing effect and helps induce sleep. Studies have found that listening to soothing jazz music can improve sleep quality throughout the night.

Studies show that after listening to jazz for an hour every day for a week, music listeners experienced a 21% reduction in pain and non-listeners experienced a 2% increase in pain. You can listen to the album ‘Kind of Blue – Miles Davis

Boost Immunity

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Listening to Music, These 4 Activities Will Feel Happier

Listening to Music, These 4 Activities Will Feel Happier

Having a variety of busy daily routines often makes you feel tired of yourself with activities. Just getting up in the morning feels really lazy, how do you want to do daily activities? It’s time to fight laziness by raising the mood, come on. There are many ways that can be done, one of them is by listening to music.

You know, you can make some of these activities feel happier if you do them while listening to your favorite songs. Do not believe?


Do you like to be lazy to wake up in the morning, let alone do sports? Oh, what a shame. In fact, physical activity is very important for maintaining a healthy body. Running in the morning or cycling for 30 minutes every day on a regular basis can improve heart performance and make the immune system better.

To be more enthusiastic, do it while listening to your favorite music. Make sure to choose a song that can increase your enthusiasm so that it becomes … Read More

3 Tips to Do Business in Music

3 Tips to Do Business in Music

Business ideas- Music Business!!! With the COVID-19 pandemic, you need to prepare business ideas more maturely to survive. Likewise for those of you who are looking for business opportunities in the music world. You must remain consistent in seeking opportunities in the business world, especially in the music world. In this article, we will discuss some tips that you can pursue in the world of music.

Tips for business in Music

The COVID-19 pandemic, since last year, has brought down the economy in many countries. As a result, there are many businesses that are like consumers and also have to change. For some people in this business, it must be adjusted to the field they like.

The music itself is one of the fields of art that is often underestimated. However, inclusion for activities in the music sector will indeed be limited and especially for activities that trigger associations or crowds. However, this does not mean that business opportunities in the music world are completely closed.

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10 of Buckethead’s Most Prized Guitars Have Been Stolen

Legendary guitarist Buckethead has been robbed of “ten of the most important guitars” of his life. The musician took to his official website to let fans know about the stolen guitars, sharing an email address ([email protected]) for receiving any information about the instruments.

Buckethead famously plays Gibson Les Paul Studio guitars, characterized by a satin white body, humbucking pickups and a pair of red “arcade” style kill switches. A number of the guitars feature black headstocks along with the classic white, while a number of Buckethead’s guitars feature a white kill switch near the top of the instrument’s body.

Buckethead Performs At Ace Of Spades

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Buckethead has not shared the serial numbers for any of his stolen guitars, but according to Buckethead fan source NatterNet, one guitar was allegedly sold at a swap meet in Phoenix, Arizona on June 5.

“Ten of the most important guitars of life were stolen,” Buckethead writes on his official website. “It’s a tremendous loss. I’ll never really be able to

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25 years of local music moments

Music spills from bars, restaurants and venues every night of the week across the Holy City. Songwriters night at Chico Feo. Sunday afternoon rhythm and blues and Monday night hip-hop at the Pour House. Jazz fusion concerts at Forte Jazz Lounge. Raucous rock shows at The Royal American. Alternative shows at Purple Buffalo and LO-Fi Brewing. Punk shows at Tin Roof. Funk shows at The Commodore. Southern rock and Americana jams at Awendaw Green.

“The most important musical event in Charleston history is the 96 WaveFest at Brittlebank Park featuring Screaming Trees, Matthew Sweet and Cracker,” said longtime deejay Jim “The Critic” Voigt of 105.5 The Bridge. “That proved Charleston was a viable concert destination for national touring bands in the decade to follow, which would explode musically.”

Yep, Charleston’s music scene over the last 25 years is nothing less than impressive. Here are some highlights:

By 1997, 96 WaveFest was bringing in acts like Hootie and the Blowfish, The Meat Puppets and Joan Osborne 

1993-1997: 96 WaveFest

Charleston alternative

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