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Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Pages: 35. Chapters: Blue Man Group, Drumline, Indoor percussion ensemble, Stomp, Rhythm X, Drum circle, Kodo, Panchavadyam, Les Tambours du Bronx, Ondekoza, Baja Marimba Band, Singapore Wind Symphony's Percussion Ensemble, Batala, Gocoo, Nexus, Reg Kehoe and his Marimba Queens, Music City Mystique, Samba Squad, Recycled Percussion, Gateway Indoor, Panchari melam, New York Percussion Trio, Monobloco, Olodum, Pandemonium, Enrichment Center Percussion Ensemble, Percujove, Nanta, Timbalada, Front ensemble, Tao, Street Beat - the show, Bateria, M'Boom, Drum Connection, Zendeko, Talempong, Kroumata, Third Coast Percussion, Ile Aiye, Les Percussions de Strasbourg, Luogu, Carnival block, Agbekor. Excerpt: Blue Man Group is an organization founded by Chris Wink, Matt Goldman and Phil Stanton. The organization produces theatrical shows and concerts featuring popular music, comedy and multimedia; recorded music and scores for film and television; television appearances for shows such as The Tonight Show, Las Vegas, Scrubs, FETCH! with Ruff Ruffman, and Arrested Development; and a children's museum exhibit ("Making Waves"). All of the organization's appearances star a trio of performers called Blue Men, who all wear a blue "skin." The original founding Blue Men still perform, but they have since then taken on administrative roles in the company. Because of the success of Blue Man Group, a parent company called Blue Man Productions was created, which produces all the Blue Man Group shows in the world. It currently has a staff of over 50 people. Wink and Goldman had become friends when they bonded as the "new kids" in a Manhattan (New York City) junior high school. In college, however, the two went separate ways: Wink to Wesleyan University in Middletown, Connecticut and Goldman to Clark University in Worcester, Massachusetts. After college in...