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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.
Rock Band Capitol Risk Signs With Artist International (Market Wire via Yahoo...
Hollywood Studios International CEO Steven Saxton announced today Artist International's newest client signing, rock band Capitol Risk. The band will be represented by Artist International's Luke McFarland.
Gigs around town (Boston Herald)
BAD PLUS For the last time, this jazz trio is not a Medeski, Martin and Wood tribute band. The Bad Plus has its own vibe, which includes beyond-bop versions of "Smells Like Teen Spirit" and...
UPDATE: Memories roll in for band member (Daily Press)
The funeral for popular musician and bandleader Kenneth W. Hunt will be held 11 a.m. Thursday at First Baptist Church, Denbigh, 3628 Campbell Road, Newport News. Burial will follow at Parklawn Memorial Park.
?The Freshman? The Verve Pipe (Times Leader)
The Verve Pipe was a Michigan band that intentionally tried to write catchy songs that would get radio airplay. One of their songs, ?The Freshman,? succeeded beyond their wildest dreams. It?s a very dark song that hints at abortion and suicide. The man who wrote it, lead singer Brian Vander Ark, said most of it is based on true events:
Synchronicity Live(TM) Web Site to Broadcast Free Streaming Music Performance...
When the Synchronicity Live(TM) Web site goes online in April, users will be able to view live online musical performances streaming from venues across America and beyond for free.
Franklin Fair line-up includes Terri Clark, Marshall Tucker Band (The Globe G...
HAMPTON ? The Franklin County Fair Board has announced the grandstand entertainment lineup for the 2007 fair, Wednesday, July 18 through Sunday, July 22 ? and for the first time the fair will include three nights of music.
Kulica is Back and Better (Times-Standard)
Kulica is a home-grown groove band with its roots firmly planted in Humboldt soil. In an attempt to find out a little more for my reading audience I looked them up on the internet. What a difference a slip of the finger makes.
Austin, beyond the pedestrian (Austin American-Statesman)
Shermakaye Bass scopes out the social landscape at Jo's on South Congress for a glimpse of the famous and soon-to-be famous.
Your guide to today, tomorrow and beyond (El Paso Times)
FREE -- Black history: The University of Texas at El Paso will have a variety of events in February to educate the public about African-American history. The theme of this year's Black History Month is "Africans in the Americas."
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