Casablanca – Jazzablanca presents its tenth annual festival this month in Casablanca, featuring the innovative sounds of six international performers from around the world.The six day festival runs from April 18-23. American guitarist, song-writer, compositor and singer Raul Midon takes stage on April 18, performing a mix of genres including soul, jazz, blues, R&B and Latino music. He has four albums under his belt: “Gracias a la vida” released in 1999, “State of Mind” in 2005, “A World within a World” in 2007 and “Pick Somebody Up” in 2009. Throughout his carrier, he has worked with eminent musicians and singers like Stevie Wonder, Christina Aguilera, Ricky Martin, Shakira, Jennifer Lopez and José Feliciano.British singer, song-writer and guitarist Charlie Winston performs on April 19. He has fascinated French fans with his “rakish Anglo troubadour look – acoustic guitar, jaunty hat, weather beaten voice – along with a streak of Gallic seen-it-all.” His Album “Hibo” released in 2009 ranked first in the French charts. He comes from a musical family: his parents are Jeff and Julie Gleave and his brother is Tom Baxter.Anouar Brahem will be playing oud on April 20. His twenty-year career is marked by innovation, fusing jazz, folk music and classical genres from the oriental and Mediterranean repertoires. He started recording in 1991 after he became famous in his native country, Tunisia. He released nine albums including “Conte de L’Incroyable Amour” (1991), “Le Pas Du Chat Noir” (2001) and “the Astounding Eyes Of Rita” (2009), to name a few. Anouar Brahem has also received a number of national and international awards.Grammy nominee, Candy Dulfer, is a Dutch smooth jazz and funk alto saxophonist who began playing at the age of seven. Her fourth album “For the love of you” (1997) was a major hit and remained in the Billboard charts for over forty weeks. She has played with many artists such as Lionel Richie and has performed all over the world from a young age. Dulfer will be performing on the Casa-Anfa stage on April 21, and bringing a feminine vibe to the festival — she is the only female performer participating.Afrobeat lovers will meet with the co-creator with Fela Kuti of the hugely popular and influential Afrobeat style on April 22, Tony Allen. Allen is one of the African continent’s most important artists. He has inspired generations of musicians worldwide and is a legendary figure amongst fans of funk, jazz, hip hop and African music. This self-taught kit drummer’s melodies are imbued with internal youth. During his 45-year career, he has worked with famous names like U2, Damon Albarn, and Gorillaz and Blu.The closing concert will be performed by Keziah Jones. The king of blufunk – a fusion between raw blues elements and hard, edgy funk rhythms, Jones is a Nigerian singer-songwriter and guitarist, heavily influenced by Jimi Hendrix and Fela Kuti. He gained popularity in England and France with singles like “Rhythm Is Love” and “Beautiful Emile.”Since its first festival in 2006, Jazzablanca has become a key event for jazz music lovers around the world. Featuring varied and rich programming, more than 400 musicians have performed in the festival since its inception.
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(Video: Conor Morrissey/YouTube) (Video: metpoliceservice/YouTube)THINGS WE SHAREDSo with the news that both Oxegen AND Electric Picnic will happen this summer, take the test to figure out which of the 17 types of Irish festival-goer you are.It’s Friday so it’s time to kick back. Here’s 30 things that will test if your smile still works or not. If you don’t smile at the strange cat in the sink then you’re officially a robot.It can be tough when your dreams are cruelly shattered. Here’s a young Irish seminarian (ahem) learning a harsh life lesson after he is left out of the officially Vatican calendar of hot priests: Police officers walk near a crime scene in Watertown, Massachusetts as the search continues for one of the suspects believed to have been involved in the Boston Marathon attack. (AP Photo/Matt Rourke) HERE ARE THE things you need to know as we round off the day in three easy steps…THINGS WE LEARNED#SAVITA: “It is horrendous, it is barbaric and inhumane the say Savita was treated in that hospital” – Praveen Halappanavar has said he will continue in his pursuit of the truth as to how and why his wife died after the jury at the inquest into the death of Savita Halappanavar returned a unanimous verdict of medical misadventure.#BOSTON: A massive manhunt is underway for the second suspect believed to be behind the attacks at the Boston Marathon on Monday, after the first was killed by police in a gun battle. Police say 19-year-old Dzokhar Tsarnaev is armed and dangerous, and the city of Boston is in lockdown as the search continues.#INDUSTRIAL ACTION: Three large teacher unions are to ballot for industrial action in the wake of the rejection of the extension to the Croke Park pay deal earlier this week. The ASTI, TUI and INTO have all said they will consider strike action if the government legislates for unilateral pay cuts.#NAMA: The companies behind the Bord Gais Energy Theatre and the Point Village complex have been placed into receivership after NAMA took control of a number of businesses originally controlled by businessman Harry Crosbie.#COURTS: One-time Fianna Fáil TD Ivor Callely has appeared in court in Dublin charged with six counts of presenting fraudulent receipts to claim expenses.#GIG GOING: Organisers have confirmed that the Electric Picnic music festival WILL be going ahead from 30 August to 1 September, putting an end to speculation over whether it would happen this year. The line-up will be announced next Thursday while tickets will go on sale the following Saturday.THINGS WE LOVEDSunset at Ros a’ Mhíl in Galway this evening taken by reader John McCormack. Thanks John! (If you have a pic you want to send us, get in touch: [email protected])The BBC has this striking story about a village which falls between two countries – meaning it has been left in a strange limbo, with no police, bank or doctor.Police in London have made this video of their so-called Puppy Academy, where a litter of seven-week-old Germany Shepherd pups are trained to locate suspects, missing people and property, and serve up wuff justice (sorry).