ASL Interpreter Becomes Concert Favorite Signing Words to Kendrick Lamar

10. The 21-year-old singer was on a stop for her Stars Dance Tour when she took a tumble while singing “Slow Down,” reports Us Weekly . Dragongirl616 via YouTube But like a true professional, Gomez got up, dusted herself off and continued her show. She even shook a few fans hands on her way back to the stage. Dragongirl616 via YouTube While dancing Gomez fell off the stage onto a lower platform. While her drop off stage wasn’t intentional, the “Come and Get It” singer does plan to fall away from music after her tour wraps in November in order to turn her full attention towards acting. Dragongirl616 via YouTube Without skipping a beat, Gomez got up to continue the show. Gomez sat down to talk to The News in August about her latest movie “Getaway” and stated how in order to improve her acting craft she’d have to let the music go for a while. “The only way to get better is to just keep doing it,” she said. “That’s why I want to take a break (from music) I really want to be the best I can be.” Dragongirl616 via YouTube RELATED: SELENA GOMEZ DATING UNION J BAND MEMBER GEORGE SHELLEY: REPORT If there is any time for her to take a musical hiatus it would be now as she’s on the top of her game with a No. 1 album, which sold 97,000 copies in its first week and bumped Jay Z from the top spot of the Billboard 200 chart, and sold-out tour.

Wynton Marsalis featured in benefit concert

and U.K. in the late-60s. It was an alternative paper whose launch promised a Pop/Op/Costume/Masque/Fantasy-Loon/Blowout/Drag Ball. The first official launch of IT took place in the form of a concert headlined by the Syd Barrett-led, pre-David Gilmour Pink Floyd. Here are a few interesting things to know about that historic show 1. The concert was a launch party for IT As previously mentioned, IT officially launched on October 15, 1966 at their own private get-together. Pink Floyd headlined the concert, billed as a launch party for the newspaper. 2. The venue was formerly a storage area for trains The Roundhouse was pretty much just a big room when Pink Floyd took it over for the concert, but it used to be much more than that. It started as a railway engine shed in the 1840s and stayed that way through the Civil War. After closing as a railway shed it also served as gun storage for Gilbeys Gin Company. 3.

22 to benefit Christian Community Action. The Yale Institute of Sacred Music is a major sponsor of the event, which also will feature Chorale Le Chateau conducted by Damien Sneed. The performance, titled Abyssinian: A Gospel Celebration! takes place at 7:30 p.m. at Woolsey Hall, corner of College and Grove streets. The concert supports the work of Christian Community Action in providing assistance, support, and housing to those who are poor in New Haven. A New Orleans native, Marsalis became the youngest musician ever to be admitted at age 17 to Tanglewoods Berkshire Music Center, which awarded him its prestigious Harvey Shapiro Award for outstanding brass student. He assembled his own band in 1981, performing over 120 concerts every year for 15 consecutive years, along the way rekindling an interest in jazz throughout the world and attracting young talent. Also a classical music performer, he has appeared with leading orchestras around the world and won a Grammy Award for his debut recording. He has produced over 70 records, and won the Pulitzer Prize for Music in 1997 for his epic oratorio Blood On the Fields. Marsalis has also been a prolific composer, creating new music for dance performances, big band, gospel choirs and symphony orchestras. In 1987 he co-founded a jazz program at Lincoln Center; due to its success, Jazz at Lincoln Center was installed as a new constituent at the venue. Throughout his career, Marsalis has helped to educate youth about music and has been engaged in philanthropic ventures. Following Hurricane Katrina, he organized the Higher Ground Hurricane Relief Concert and raised over $3 million for musicians and cultural organizations impacted by the hurricane. He has also donated his time and talent to organizations ranging from My Sisters Place (a shelter for battered women) to Food for All Seasons (a food bank for the elderly and disadvantaged), as well as to the Childrens Defense Fund, Amnesty International, and the Newark Boys Chorus School. His numerous honors for his contributions to both music and to community include honorary degrees from Harvard, Brown, Princeton, Columbia, and Yale (1995) universities.

Selena Gomez falls off stage during Stars Dance Tour concert in Virginia

Selena Gomez’s fans helped her get back on her feet.

Play video In recent years, a lot of large-scale events, including concerts and speeches, have added American Sign Language interpreters to help those with hearing impairments have a better experience. The work that they do is intricate and heartfelt, and it also looks really cool. So it’s perhaps no wonder that the work of ASL interpretation has birthed a few stars. Take Lydia Callis, Mayor Michael Bloomberg’s interpreter at the time of Superstorm Sandy a year ago.She was heralded for her enthusiasm and ability. In that vibrant spirit comes Amber Galloway-Gallego , who can teach you a thing or two about rap lyrics, or at least how they look in ASL. She has over 300 concerts under her belt, and it’s perhaps this experience that gives her authority to interpret phrases from the mildly racy to the outright smutty. And people love it. Vines and Instagram videos made their way around the Web these past two weekends, as Galloway-Gallego was interpreting for a Kendrick Lamar performance at the Austin City Limits Music Festival. People on Twitter wrote things like, “Obsessed with the sign language interpreter for Kendrick Lamar” and “Best show of the weekend.” So next concert you’re at, keep a lookout for live music’s newest star. What was a recent concert you enjoyed? Tell us on Facebook or on Twitter @YahooTrending . Arts & Entertainment Food Stamp Power Glitch Hits 17 States Good Morning America