David Campbell

American conductor David Campbell

David Richard Campbell is a Canadian-American arranger, composer and conductor. He has worked on over 450 gold and platinum albums including Death Magnetic, Minutes to Midnight, KISS Symphony: Alive IV Spirit, These Days, Fallen, ANThology, and various albums by his son Beck.
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What The Trump Team Should Consider Before Axing Meals On Wheels funds
Huffington Post - 10 months
By David Campbell and Kristina Lambright, Binghamton University, State University of New York To justify President Donald Trump’s aim to spend less on social services, Office of Management and Budget Director Mick Mulvaney declared, “We can’t spend money on programs just because they sound good.” Who can argue with that? Not us. Like anyone else, we want our taxpayer dollars spent wisely. Funding programs that “sound good” but don’t accomplish much seems foolish. Still, this principle is way too broad to apply to complicated budget decisions. Our research suggests that identifying the best spending choices is a lot harder than it sounds. Assessing social service programs Mulvaney brought up Meals on Wheels, a program that delivers meals to 2.4 million homebound seniors a year, while trying to give a good example of something funded through the Community Development Block Grant program that Trump is seeking to eliminate altogether. The grants “were just not ...
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"Rules of the Game" in Strong Dallas Premiere for SOLUNA Festival
Huffington Post - over 1 year
Vulnerable humans cower in the debris of a humongous classical bust crashed to earth. An unnatural occurrence ... like an airplane felled. Symbols of ancient civilization -- either Greek, Roman, or a modern approximation of both -- tumble down, explode into shards. Not to worry; it's all fake. It's video art. This stunning and impactful image signals the potential for profundity packed into a new multidisciplinary theater production, "Rules of the Game," which had its premiere Tuesday night as opening night of the Nancy A. Nasher and David J. Haemisseger Family SOLUNA International Music & Arts Festival. The Festival continues to spool for two more weeks in Dallas. SOLUNA's menu of avant-garde performance and visual-arts happenings seeks to satisfy the increasing appetite for edgy contemporary art in that city. "Rules" was staged at the chic Winspear Opera House located in Dallas' cool downtown Arts District. And upcoming bookings for "Rules" at weighty national outlets like ...
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Ukulele-Playing Retirees Fight Back After Honolulu Police Shut Them Down
Huffington Post - almost 3 years
Honolulu police officers have kicked a group of musical retirees off Waikiki Beach for making too much of a ruckus -- and the popular seniors are fighting back. The group -- which goes by the name "On The Beach" -- is comprised of retired "snowbirds" from across Japan, Canada, Germany and the mainland U.S. For the past 20 years, according to local news channel KITV 4, they have gathered in a pavilion at Kuhio Beach Park to play ukelele together and entertain passersby. Their mellow jam sessions, by most accounts, spread aloha. Story continues below... The problem is, the group uses a small amp to help hear themselves play over the street noise. According to KITV, the music is most likely not louder than 80 decibels (the city limit), but police received a complaint and ousted the group from their usual spot because the use of amps in city parks is against a city ordinance. But On The Beach isn't going down without a fight. Since being banned from the beach pavili...
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Paul Brandeis Raushenbush: Face To Faith: Three Crucial Testimonies Of Friendship Across Religious Divides
The Huffington Post - almost 5 years
In most communities around the world, religious diversity is a fact -- Hindus live next to Muslims, Mormons next atheists, Jews with Christians. One of the great tests of the 21st century is how we leverage this diversity into an asset that leads to more vitality and unity rather than leading to discord and disintegration. In their book American Grace, Robert Putnam and David Campbell speak about the importance of 'my pal Al' and 'my aunt Susan' in changing the way people view people of another faith and the benefit of living in a cohesive pluralistic society. Simply put, when we know and like some one who is different than us -- such as a 'pal Al' or an 'Aunt Susan' -- it goes a long way in changing our attitudes towards the entire group to which Al or Susan belong. The 'pal Al' affect has definitely benefitted the movement for LGBT equality and it also has been proven effective in efforts of understanding and cooperation among people of different religious traditio...
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Cops: traffic stop leads to firearm, drug charges in Brookline
Boston Globe - almost 5 years
Brookline Police have seized what they said was an illegally possessed firearm and arrested two men on drug charges following a traffic stop on Route 9 Tuesday night.     
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Philip Goldberg: Spiritual But Not Religious: Misunderstood And Here To Stay
Huffington Post - about 5 years
A great deal has been written about that ever-expanding group of Americans who check "none" when asked about their religious affiliations. The segment of nones who call themselves "spiritual but not religious" (SBNR) now constitute at least 20 percent of the population, and 30 percent of those under 30 years of age. I have interviewed hundreds of this important cohort for my books, and I find that the media commentary about them is riddled by misconceptions. One problem concerns why people disconnect from the religious tradition of their birth. The most prevalent explanation is the one favored by scholars Robert Putnam and David Campbell, authors of "American Grace: How Religion Divides and Unites Us." They attribute disaffiliation mainly to the perceived link between religion and conservative politics -- a turnoff to liberal-minded youth in particular. I don't buy it. There is no doubt that the judgmental moralizing of right-wing preachers has alienated a great many...
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Beck's Bowie Remake Comes to Life
Rolling Stone - about 5 years
Beck's opulent nine-minute remake of David Bowie's "Sound and Vision" came to life last week when he reimagined the 1977 single with a 157-piece orchestra conducted by his father David Campbell Beck teamed with director Chris Milk and Lincoln for a special concert video of the performance featuring three 360-degree...
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Making Civics Count
Education Week - over 5 years
With the election still fresh in everyone's mind, seemed like a good time to flag an especially relevant new book: Making Civics Count. Just out from Harvard Education Press, the volume is edited by David Campbell, political scientist at Notre Dame and leading authority on civic engagement, Meira Levinson, education philosopher at Harvard Graduate School of Education and author of No Citizen Left Behind, along with yours truly. The book features an all-star lineup of experts shining a spotlight on civic education to help policymakers, educators, parents, and voters better understand the state of civic ed and what American kids need to learn if they're to be responsible citizens and full participants in our democracy. In an era of inane political debate and a monomaniacal attention to reading and math scores, it's an especially valuable moment to tend to the broader purposes of schooling. Here are a couple of highlights: Students are remarkably unprepared for citizenship...
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Reality TV Show Helps Farmers Improve Livelihoods
Voice of America - over 5 years
Inspired by the popularity of American and British home makeover shows, a television producer in Kenya has created a farming reality show that is helping farmers in Kenya, Uganda, and Tanzania do a better job.  The program now has more than seven million viewers.  Entertaining, educating audiences David Campbell has lived in Kenya since 1979, using the mass media to teach farmers how to improve their techniques.  As director of the company Mediae, Campbell aims to both ...
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Muse Carry Olympic Torch Through Hometown, Continue Work On Sixth Album
MTV News - over 5 years
By Zachary Swickey English electro-rockers Muse received a warm embrace in their Devon hometown of Teignmouth in England over the weekend as the trio got the opportunity to carry the Olympic torch with thousands of fans watching. The crowd was limited to just 7,000 rabid fans (a number stipulated by police), who watched as the group carried the flame over Shaldon Brige into Teignmouth – a local landmark – on day two of the torch’s 70-day journey to the big games. All members – Matthew Bellamy, Christopher Wolstenholme and Dominic Howard – got the chance to run with the torch. A total of 121 people were utilized to help carry the flame from Plymouth to Exeter, according to a BBC News report. Muse have otherwise been lying low while they continue to work on their upcoming sixth studio album. They’ve been holed up in a London studio preparing a follow-up to their ’09 mainstream breakthrough The Resistance, and are expected to drop their new set sometime in the fall of this ye...
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DMG stations to get a ‘smooth’ makeover
Media Spy - almost 6 years
DMG Radio's Paul Jackson, Cathy O'Connor and Tony Thomas at the Smooth FM launch in Sydney (Image: Radio Info) DMG Radio's struggling second stations in Sydney and Melbourne will be rebranded for a fourth time, promising less talk and more music. The Australian reports that Sydney's 95.3FM and Melbourne's 91.5FM will be known as Smooth FM, stylised as "smoothfm", from May 21. In an announcement yesterday, DMG's Cathy O'Connor said the new format will target urbane forty-somethings. It is expected to go head to head with ARN's Mix FM stations with a mix of 80s pop, rock and easy listening. The Radio Today website reports that Jason Donovan has been recruited to present weekend slots at the new network, along with new presenters Richard Wilkins, David Campbell and David Reyne. Former Global Radio UK chief Paul Jackson will oversee the development of the station. Speaking about the changes, he said “When you live in world class cities like Sydney and Melbourne, life can be pr...
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TEXAS FAITH: The Mormon Moment
Dallas News - almost 6 years
In March, we talked some about Mitt Romney and his Mormonism. But since then Romney has become the presumptive GOP nominee. This has led to a number of pieces about the so-called "Mormon moment, including one I wrote in today's Morning News. Mormon leaders, understandably, may be wearying of that cliché. But it is true that church members have a teachable moment before them. Specifically, they have a chance to demystify elements of their faith, which polls show is still not very well understood by many of us. In my book, this is best done through in a friend-to-friend, neighbor-to-neighbor, pew-to-pew way. That approach allows for more candid conversations and helps build bridges. David Campbell, a Notre Dame political scientist and a Mormon, said in an interview I did with him last week that those personal bonds are especially important. They keep in check the tensions that are likely to arise in a society that has so many different faiths. With that as the s...
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Making the grade
The Herald Weekly - - almost 6 years
Bradley Middle Sixth-grade A Honor Roll: Taylor Abney, Tamia Alexander, Ann Alfson, Nathan Allen, Joshua Bales, Samantha Barnhardt, Michael Bell, Abhinav Bhagavathy, Zachary Braun, Madelyn Brotherton, Rachel Butler, Morgan Carey, Lyndsay Chester, Claire Christman, Gianina Concepcion, Peyton Cox, Liam Dolaher, Michael Dorgan, Corban Eby, Alexis Edwards, Brett Enstrom, Jordan Ford, Cheri Fulkerson, Alexys Gabriel, William Gambill, Haven Graper, Hayden Gresham, Jade Grimes, Lindsey Hall, Min Han, Katelyn Harig, Michael Herterich, Matthew Hines, Ryan Hummel, Cassidy Kennedy, Brian Kim, Abigail Lawrence, George Liakakos, Logan Lisk, Nicole Long, Aaron McMellon, Austin Mclawhorn, Samantha Melvin, Madelein Ngo, Arianna Onoh, Jordan Pearce, Nicole Pehan, Andrew Petty, Jacob Pistolis, Renee Rapp, Connor Reed, Breana Rinker, Emmy Roebuck, Jordan Runnion, Sara Ruse, Kaitlyn Russell, Madeline Sabbagh, Maxwell Seda, Emma Slonneger, Duncan Snider, Ariana Stout, Benen Tarpley, Ashlyn Trollinger, H...
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Good Morning Brighton - David Campbell
Brighton Patch - about 6 years
Here are five tidbits of news and information we hope you'll find useful or entertaining. And remember, always included in this Monday-Friday feature is a video from someone wishing everyone "good morning" as part of a message to our community. Today's message comes from <a class="fplink fp-393597" href="/david+campbell+composer">David Campbell</a>, superintendent of the Livingston County Educational Service Agency. 1. The weather Today will be partly sunny with a high near 47, according to the National Weather Service. Tonight will be mostly cloudy with a 40 percent chance of rain and a low around 34 degrees. 2. Gasoline prices Here's a quick survey of the lowest per-gallon prices for regular gasoline in the Brighton area as of Tuesday night, according to DetroitGasPrices.com via GasBuddy.com: Costco, 6700 Whitmore Lake Rd: $3.43 Marathon, 6550 Whitmore Lake Rd: $3.43 BP, 9400 Lee Rd: $3.45 3. Hatha Yoga My Stronger Self...
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David Campbell
Village Soup - about 6 years
<a class="fplink fp-393597" href="/david+campbell+composer">David Campbell</a>, 26, passed away unexpectedly Dec. 10, 2011, when the RV he had purchased with his girlfriend caught fire while the two were sleeping. David was born in Rockland on Dec. 12, 1984. He was the son of Cameron and Ramona Campbell. David grew up in Maine and moved to Oregon with his family in 2002. David loved to spend time with his friends and family. He had met his girlfriend, Dawn Bailey, in ...
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Magpies return to top of league - Chorley Guardian
Google News - over 6 years
Tom Ince then tested the keeper before Foster netted what was the winner on 15 minutes with a trademark 25 yard lob, giving Whitby&#39;s 41-year-old keeper David Campbell no chance. At the other end Russ Saunders raced to the edge of his box to superbly
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Spotting the blackbox models that work - and those that don't - Citywire.co.uk
Google News - over 6 years
The new normal has rapidly entered the lexicon as one of the worse clichés of investment management. But someone forgot to tell the machines. Quant or blackbox models have famously come a little unstuck over
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Judge says Arizona must reinstate transit program - TriValley Central
Google News - over 6 years
US District Court Judge David Campbell ruled Friday that the Legislature&#39;s action was illegal because the transit-support dollars are part of the Phoenix area&#39;s federally approved plan to combat air pollution. Campbell says the Legislature lacks the
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Learn about memorable moments in the evolution of David Campbell
  • 2014
    Age 66
    He arranged and orchestrated for the Seattle Symphony and Pickwick's Sonic Evolution show on June 6, 2014.
  • 2012
    Age 64
    In 2012, he donated to Ron Paul's campaign in the United States Presidential election.
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  • 2009
    Age 61
    In February 2009 Campbell arranged Radiohead's "15 Step" for the band's collaboration with the USC Marching Band at the 2009 Grammy Awards.
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  • 2003
    Age 55
    In 2003, Campbell served as conductor of the Melbourne Symphony Orchestra during their one night performance with Kiss, which was released on the album Kiss Symphony: Alive IV.
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  • 1948
    Age 0
    Born on February 7, 1948.
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