Rock Music Artists
The Matches heat things up in Philly (The Triangle Online)
As far as bands with personality go, there are not many bands with more personality than The Matches. The Matches hail from Oakland, Calif., where most kids enjoy the beat-heavy sounds of hip-hop and rap acts. Originally called The Locals, The Matches started as a high school band with a rapper that evolved into the experimental punk band with a record deal on Epitaph.
Los Tigres Keep the Beat, and a Reputation (Washington Post)
For nearly 40 years San Jose's Los Tigres del Norte have been hailed as standard-bearers for Spanish-speaking immigrants in this country, based on their storytelling lyrics and offstage politics. Sunday night at the D.C. Armory, they confirmed that status while showing they remain a dance band,...
Cross Timbers Youth Orchestra to conduct its annual fund-raiser (McKinney Cou...
The Cross Timbers Youth Orchestra will hold its annual fund-raiser ?OPUS III, The Beat Goes On ?,? at 6:30 p.m. Saturday at the TPC Clubhouse at Craig Ranch.
Blue Man Group brings the beat (Tallahassee Democrat)
The Blue Man Group had it both ways Wednesday night during a packed concert in the Civic Center.
Saddle up for Parada del Sol! (East Valley Tribune)
Riding into Scottsdale to the beat of horses' hooves is the 54th annual Parada del Sol festivities. The longest-running public event in the history of "The West's Most Western Town," the parade and rodeo draw upwards of 170,000 people.
CTYO fund-raiser Saturday (McKinney Courier-Gazette)
Opus III, ?The Beat Goes On? presented by Craig Ranch, the annual fund-raiser for Cross Timbers Youth Orchestra will take place at 6:30 p.m. Saturday at TPC Clubhouse @ Craig Ranch.
A band in desperate need of a showdown with itself. (IGN Music)
February 20, 2007 - Not since Ron Quintana suggested Lars Ulrich and James Hetfield use the name Metallica has a band's name taken on such an appropriate indication of its musical style.
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.
Glenn benefit Saturday (The Times-News)
TWIN FALLS - The raffle tickets have been selling like crazy. A 1996 Lexus is on the line. Saturday's banquet to benefit Idaho State Trooper Chris Glenn is ready to roll and there are open seats at the dinner table and space on the dance floor.
Noteworthy new kids music (The Christian Science Monitor)
These new offerings are the cure for the common kids song.
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