Rock Music Artists
Guster's new sound is electrifying (Herald & Review)
Singer-guitarist Ryan Miller says one of the overriding goals within his band Guster is to make a timeless album that people will still listen to 15 years or so down the line.
Guster to play spring concert (Middlebury Campus)
Guster will headline the Middlebury College Activity Board's (MCAB) spring concert on April 27 after an opening by up-and-coming indie band The Format, according to MCAB officers. The Spring Concert will be a part of Guster's Campus Consciousness Tour, a project sprouting from the environmental non-profit Reverb, founded by Guster guitarist Adam Gardner and his wife Lauren Sullivan.
Boston band comes to Bogarts (The News Record)
What words can be used to describe Guster? In the five studio releases produced by the Boston quartet, the sound of the band has ranged on a continuum of alternative rock, to indie, to jam band. Guster is comprised of Ryan Miller, Adam Gardner, Brian Rosenworcel and Joe Pisapia.
Entertainment on the tens (The Plain Dealer)
"Pianists and Other Animals," the annual piano gala featuring faculty members at Baldwin-Wallace College Conservatory of Music, includes music by Poulenc, Saint-Saens, Copland, Rimsky-Korsakov and others. The event is 8 p.m. Saturday at Kulas Musical Arts Building, 96 Front St., Berea.
REGIONAL CONCERTS (The Wichita Eagle)
COTILLION BALLROOM, 11120 W. Kellogg. Tickets available at Select-A-Seat outlets, the Cotillion and plant employee clubs. Charge by phone and information, 316-722-4201.
The Listening Room February 19, 2007: Guster, Toad the Wet Sprocket, Bowling ...
Welcome to The Listening Room , your weekly survey of what your BC Magazine writers have been listening to for the past week. This week's mix of styles is a little more diverse than last week 's, likely attributable to the fact we have more writers than ever taking part. I think I am going to have to ask management for bigger facilities. These may not be the best songs ever, they may not ...
POPULAR MUSIC (Akron Beacon Journal)
Greater Vision -- Doors open at 5:30 p.m. today, Hartville Kitchen, 1015 Edison St., Hartville. $27, $32. Dinner begins at 6, concert at 7. 330-877-9353.
Music Review: Melissa Ivey - Lovers and Stars (Blogcritics.org)
The first thing you notice about Melissa Ivey is that this girl has a fine set of pipes. Inevitably, there will be the comparisons to Melissa Etheridge and Janis Joplin, but Ivey can hold her own with a unique voice. She and her band have put together an EP of tight rock tunes called Lovers and Stars , which was released last fall, and should be getting more attention than it has already. ...
Reel Big Fish returns to campus (Student Life)
Ska-punk band Reel Big Fish will get reacquainted with Washington University when they play this Spring's W.I.L.D. concert, nearly a decade after performing in the Gargoyle.
Get to it (The Cincinnati Enquirer)
What to do around town this week.
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