Rock Music Artists
High school band to perform for state legislators (Sangre de Christo Chronicle)
In celebration of the 5th annual New Mexico Charter School Day, Moreno Valley High School band members are taking their show on the road.
Keeping it all in the family (Boston Globe)
Given their family's musical history and sheer size, it's not a shock that the three O'Malley brothers who make up the Safes -- Frankie , 33; Patrick , 30; and Michael , 29 -- formed a rock band. What is surprising is that they didn't start a marching band.
Eclectic musician's journey takes him back to his roots (Knoxville News Senti...
Tony Furtado is not related to Nelly Furtado. He is not a blues musician. He is not a bluegrass musician. He is not a jam-band musician. Furtado simply is what he is - a multi-instrumentalist who refuses to be pigeonholed. And at this particular moment, he's a guy getting wet after leaving sound check at an Ann Arbor, Mich., music club.
Critic's pick (Lexington Herald-Leader)
Charlie Louvin Charlie Louvin Like any great and lasting music, the legacy of the Louvin Brothers continues to inspire succeeding generations.
Escapees from Pensacola (Creative Loafing Tampa)
Reynosa admires the Allmans, Wilco... and Garth Brooks?... By Wade Tatangelo.
Childhood Cancer Combatted During St. Baldrick's Day (Westport-News)
2 1/2-year-old son to Westport-based Willows Pediatrics two years ago, she had no idea that the appointment would be life-changing. "Brent seemed a little bit off when I took him to our pediatrician, Dr. Jeffrey Owens," McCreesh told the Westport News. "He was listless and had a mild fever.
Songwriter puts own stamp on Western music (Nevada Appeal)
David John and the Comstock Cowboys play at festivals, casinos and special events, as well as private parties all over the Nevada-California region. When not traveling, John and the Comstock Cowboys perform every weekend at the Bucket of Blood...
Tony Furtado Crunches The Numbers (jambands.com)
It seems wholly appropriate that when I interview Tony Furtado , he's on the road. Furtado's frequently changed his location, eliminating the status quo as a means to personal and professional growth.
Indie bands work magic on Ono (Pioneer Press)
Yoko Ono's shrieks, wails, howling gasps and "16-track voice" shocked people in 1969, but her music sure has shelf life. Here we are in 2007, and some of the biggest bands in the indie world have taken Ono's original tracks and turned them upside down with impressive, if very nontraditional, results. Among the acts contributing to "Yes, I'm a Witch" are the Apples in Stereo, the Polyphonic Spree, ...
Restyled Chicks on DVD (Philadelphia Daily News)
Last week, rebellious country spirits the Dixie Chicks swept the Grammys with their album and country album of the year, "Taking the Long Way," and its most visible single (record and song of the year), "Not Ready to Make Nice."
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