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West High Band Boosters hold fund-raiser dinner, concert Saturday (The Courier)
WATERLOO --- A jazz quartet and a tuba ensemble are helping West High School's band keep its instruments in playing condition.
Band honors hometown roots, celebrates CD release (Salisbury Post)
The words "Salisbury's Fisher Street" brings to mind restaurants, the mural, the historic district. Now it's a different destination, a place for super sounds and memorable music ? but it's a band, not a boulevard.
Ex-Floyd man Waters claiming back band's biggest album (AFP via Yahoo! News)
Few rock stars past their prime think twice about taking their biggest hits from decades gone by on the road to extend their careers.
Davison mingles with stars of country music (Southwest Iowa News)
Sarah Davison is really making a name for herself in Nashville. Just recently, the native of Braddyville sang harmony and played piano for a band that opened for country music legend George Jones.
Pre-Oscar bashes are cranking up (USA Today)
Stars were seeing green and checking out Tinseltown power brokers Wednesday night as the pre-Oscar party action kicked into high gear. Among nominees spotted celebrating: Penelope Cruz and Eddie Murphy.
'Brand New' Lover (Entertainment Weekly)
Our man at the NME feels Brand New -- after listening to the band's CD for the 176th time. Plus: an Arcade Fire world exclusive event, introducing the Stalkers, and the lowdown on the U.K. summer festival season
Brass band brings New Orleans spirit to The Villages (Villages Daily Sun)
ORLANDO ? For ?Kid Dutch? Uithoven of the Perseverance Brass Band, jazz music got a hold of him at a young age. ?I was inspired by the music I heard in New Orleans when I was 16 years old,? Uithoven said.
After Dark: Sonic Youth shows why band has staying power (The Burlington Free...
SOUTH BURLINGTON ? Sonic Youth is a band?s band.
Severely ill child gets wish to spend time with Army Rangers (Boston Globe)
Weakened by his lifelong battle with cystic fibrosis, 14-year-old Riley Woina dreams of being strong like the war heroes he watches in movies.
Illinois turns up defense again (Daily Herald)
CHAMPAIGN ? Chief Illiniwek marauded all over the Assembly Hall floor with just a little more authority Wednesday night. The pep band?s drummer pounded the skins with just a little more force during the Chief?s final halftime highsteps.
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