Music Travel Articles
Rock and Roll Road Trip Travelers are always looking for new and unique ways to plan a trip. Are you into music? How bout road trips? Marco Ferrarese outlines an awesome musical road trip across the US. Music – Day 3 of 30 Days of Indie Travel Project Music and travel memories often go hand in hand. A song can inspire our explorations, or it can take us back to a specific place and time. Tell us about your travel playlist and what it means to you. How I Travel: Chris Carrabba Chris Carrabba is the type of musician that’s a treat to behold: he’s thoughtful, friendly and deeply grateful for where his songs have taken him. This week, Chris chats with How I Travel, revealing a sense of excitement about the world and its inhabitants and a sincere desire to savor every moment. Remembering the King of Pop – Huanchaco, Peru Carlie Sorosiak has a tough time adjusting to life on an archaeological dig in Peru, but Michael Jackson's songs help ease the transition. Eight Great South Africa Festivals to Attend Before, During, and After the World Cup South Africa may be hosting the biggest sporting event of the year, but the country is also putting on several arts, music, culture and food festivals in June and July. Ian Dickinson has complied a list of the nation's top eight winter festivals happening before, during and after the Soccer World Cup 2010. The Best New York City Summer Festivals Under $10 Free summer entertainment is one of New York's best kept secrets. Sara Clarke fills you in on where to go, what to see, and how to have the most fun at this year's festivities. How Music Makes the Foreign Familiar Ben Keene stumbled upon a music festival in Denmark that ended up transporting him back home to Virginia with just a few notes, reminding him that music really is a universal language. Vinyl Forever? – Reflections of a Jersey Shore Carnie: New Jersey, USA George Kalli had some colorful summers growing up near the Jersey Shore, and finds some things come back in style when you least expect it. Daddy Cool – Discovering Boney M in Patagonia For all I knew, Prince was the first small statured singer to exude such extroverted sexual, pigeon-chested confidence but Boney M beat him by a decade or so. From Abu Dhabi to Dubai and Back It would be a mistake to judge Dubai by European standards. But surely this was the only place in the world where you could lie on the beach and ski down the slopes within half a day.