Christian Rock Music
Papa Roach counts its blessings (The Express-Times)
It's rare when a rock band manages to make it to the big time without losing a core member or two along the way. It's even rarer when the core members meet while still roaming the halls of their high school alma mater and manage to stick together through tough times and platinum record sales.
One woman leading the way for traveler rights (MSNBC)
For more than eight miserable hours, Kate Hanni sat aboard a grounded plane at a Texas airport, yards from apparently empty gates. A few weeks after that December ordeal, the brassy blond real estate agent from California?s wine country took her fight for a passengers? bill of rights to Capitol Hill.
Michigan band brings original music stylings to Terre Haute venue (Indiana St...
The Robin Horlock Band will be playing its second show in Terre Haute, 10 p.m. Saturday night at The Verve. The band is from Northville, Mich., just west of Detroit, and consists of Robin Horlock, lead vocals and guitar, Ryan Hyland, drums, Kenny Sams, lead guitar, Mike Vartanian, keyboard and Joel Warren, bass guitar.
Madina Lake Mystery (antiMUSIC)
(Roadrunner) Madina Lake is producing a series of webisodes. The pop-punk band has produced two so far, with more on the way.
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.
Four Australia States Hand Water Control to Howard's Government (Bloomberg.com)
Feb. 23 (Bloomberg) -- Four of five Australian states have handed Prime Minister John Howard control over the nation's biggest river system and talks will continue with Victoria, paving the way for Howard's A$10 billion ($7.9 billion) plan to improve water usage in the world's driest inhabited continent.
L.B. Port sets a green example (Long Beach Press-Telegram)
For better or for worse, California has been known for decades as a hotbed of environmental activism. Back in the 1970s, when the state's top elected official was a man they called Governor Moonbeam, the Golden State's emission laws forever changed the way Detroit built cars.
NASHVILLE SKYLINE: Country-Rock Pioneer Richie Furay Is Back (cmt.com)
(NASHVILLE SKYLINE is a column by CMT/ CMT .com Editorial Director Chet Flippo.) and major way. Along the way, they provided not only some great music but also such very durable talents as Neil Young, Stephen Stills, Timothy B. Schmit, Randy Meisner, Jim Messina and Richie Furay.
Australian PowerTel Partners With Hatteras Networks to Rollout Mid-Band Ether...
Hatteras Networks, the Mid-Band Ethernet?
Broadcom: Looking Up as Phone Makers Change the Way They Buy Chips (SeekingAl...
Tiernan Ray submits: More reactions are trickling in since equity research analysts got their sea legs back after tapas-stuffing in Barcelona at last weeks 3GSM cellular conference.
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