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Coachella April 15th to 17th performances to be Live Streamed by YouTube starting at 6:30pm on Apil 15th. Thank You Goggle !

Thanks to Google, YouTube will be Live Streaming Coachella performances starting at 6:30pm EST on April 15 2016. Which ones and other details are still being worked on apparently.

Here is hoping that they will Live Stream the Guns N’ Roses Coachella concert. If they don’t Live Stream the complete concert then apparently they will have highlights footage and images. Again Thank You Google – great idea for those who could never make it to attend Coachella. Check YouTube

Plse click on this line to view the post on the International Business Times website titled: “

Coachella 2016 live stream: How and where to watch the performances

Click on this line to read the Engadget website’s post titled:

Stream Coachella performances live on YouTube this weekend

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Proofreading and Blogging, the bane of My How To Blog Adventure. Taylor Mali video about Proofreading.

I check every post before hitting the Publish button. I will again check the post later the same day and to my surprise I will find more typos and errors. I could swear that the word was there before and that other one was spelled correctly earlier. Continue reading

Queen, Freddie Mercury. Bohemian Rhapsody and an incredible singer named Suzie McNeil.

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Photo of Suzie McNeil LIve! Awesome performance reminiscent of the late Freddie Mercury. Photo courtesy of ccvic.zenfolio.com

One of the great songs of the era which we have shared, is Bohemian Rhapsody. It is permanently welded into my memory banks. Queen was arguably one of the best bands, if not the best. They sounded as good live as they did on studio produced albums. Not an easy task. There was also never any lip syncing at their live performances. Continue reading