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Revival of 'Look Homeward, Angel' Coming to Shubert House in Fall 09
by BWW News Desk - Oct 30, 2008

Variety reports that a revival of 'Look Homeward, Angel' is on the way back to Broadway next fall by the producing team of Jeffrey Richards, Jerry Frankel and Steve Traxler. (more...)

Habib Koite Returns to the US for Three-Month Tour; Album SOO Set for 2/25 Release
by BWW News Desk - Jan 31, 2014

With all the turmoil that has hit Mali since singing guitar master Habib Koite's last recording, it is no wonder that his February 25, 2014 release, titled Soo (which translates to Home in English), was recorded in his own home. But the civil strife in Mali was not what drove the musician to do his first home recording. The real reason simply was-just like many other established musicians-because he could. What started as a logistical decision paved the way for the album's theme. (more...)

Habib Koite Returns to the US for Three-Month Tour; Album SOO Set for Release Today
by BWW News Desk - Feb 25, 2014

With all the turmoil that has hit Mali since singing guitar master Habib Koite's last recording, it is no wonder that today's February 25, 2014 release, titled Soo (which translates to Home in English), was recorded in his own home. But the civil strife in Mali was not what drove the musician to do his first home recording. The real reason simply was-just like many other established musicians-because he could. What started as a logistical decision paved the way for the album's theme. (more...)

Habib Koite to Returns to the US for Three-Month Tour; Album SOO Set for 2/25 Release
by BWW News Desk - Dec 20, 2013

With all the turmoil that has hit Mali since singing guitar master Habib Koité's last recording, it is no wonder that his February 25, 2014 release, titled Soô (which translates to Home in English), was recorded in his own home. But the civil strife in Mali was not what drove the musician to do his first home recording. The real reason simply was-just like many other established musicians-because he could. What started as a logistical decision paved the way for the album's theme. (more...)

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