Christian Rock Music
Grails Make First Temporary Residence Ltd Release (CMJ)
Portland, Oregon's Grails will make their Temporary Residence Ltd debut with Burning Off Impurities on May 1. The collaborative endeavors of Grails are intriguingly eclectic; guitarist Zak Riles is also in M. Ward's band while drummer Emil Amos has been known to moonlight as Jandek's drummer, bringing a broad spectrum of instrumental involvement to the band.
The Broken West provide a smart, modern take on '60s pop (Arizona Daily Wildcat)
Ross Flournoy has an undergraduate degree in political science from New England's Amherst College. Now he's touring America as a rock 'n' roll front man.
The Silos hope to 'Come On' strong (Louisville Courier-Journal)
The Silos are the band equivalent of actor William H. Macy. They're always going to be very good to excellent, extremely reliable, but probably never reach Brad Pitt status.
TGI Sunday (Honolulu Advertiser)
The 4 indicates admission is $5 or less, or free. Full-price admission is listed; * denotes discounts (or free) for students, seniors, military, members, children and/or advance purchase. Call venue for details.
Feb. 9, 2007 (Los Angeles Weekly)
Separated at Birth : Kimberly and Kevin were twins whose lives were shaped by the desert and loss, but that?s where the -similarities ended. By STEVEN LEIGH MORRIS
Grammy Awards appendix (The Trident Online)
The Grammy Awards were Sunday night. Here's my appendix on some categories that should have been: Best song: Grizzly Bear, Don't Ask. It's a hauntingly quiet song, and I don't really remember any of the lyrics besides "Don't Ask" but somehow the acoustic guitar, whispered song and minor key piano flourishes are unlike anything I've ever heard, and always make me immediately ask myself what ...
KRNU Top 10 (Daily Nebraskan)
Proof that product placement sells records.
Ticket sales beginning this weekend (Northwest Herald)
All events take place in Chicago unless otherwise indicated. For information on most shows, visit www.ticketmaster.com or call (312) 559-1212. Blue Cheer, An Albatross, Totimoshi, Saturday, April 14 ($15, 21+) at Schubas.
Ticket news (The Morning Call)
ON SALE THIS WEEK
NEW SHOWS (Akron Beacon Journal)
Derbytown Chorus and Quartets -- 8 p.m. Feb. 23 and 24, Akron Civic Theatre, 182 S. Main St. 330-253-2488. With O.C. Times, Allies and Perfect Gentlemen. Akron Derbytown Chorus and Quartets' 60th Anniversary of Harmony. $22. For ticket information, call 330-650-1535. After the Feb. 24 performance, a buffet will be served at St. Joseph Family Center, 610 W. Exchange St., Akron. Tickets available ...
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