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ON TAP (The Kentucky Kernel)
TONIGHT J Roddy Walston and The Business w/ Wax Fang and Motel 9 p.m., The Dame. Tickets cost $6. Sounds like - The Shins, My Morning Jacket Richard Buckner w/ Six Past Seven 9 p.m., Southgate House, Newport. Tickets cost $8-$10. Sounds like - Josh Ritter, Lucinda Williams Yonder Mountain String Band 9:30 p.
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Lohio members: Singer-guitarist Greg Dutton; guitarist Eric Cirelli (Chad Sipes Stereo); keyboardist Craig Smith (Blindsider); bassist Josh Verbanets (formerly of The You); drummer Matt Miller (Pleasure Technicians).
(2/21/2007) Local Cut (Willamette Week)
Music (THE CURE FOR PORTLAND MUSIC FEVER) Local News & Reviews
Williams mourns, moves on (The Record)
At the outset, Lucinda Williams' latest album dwells on death, and soon she's singing about the cost of funerals, both financial and emotional. Hey, anybody want to dance?
On indie-cloud 9 (The Salt Lake Tribune)
Had it been up to the guys in The Shins, their new hit album "Wincing the Night Away" would have come out a couple of years ago. Of course, if it had, it probably wouldn't have hit Top 10 on Billboard 's "Hot 200" album charts. And it probably wouldn't be the fastest-selling album out of the chute on SubPop Records, the Seattle indie label that was once home to the likes of Nirvana, ...
Ain't that a kick? (Kansas City Star)
In the latest issue of Rolling Stone (with Panic! At the Disco on the cover), James Mercer of the Shins discusses his band?s popularity.
album review (Times Leader)
?CATCH AND RELEASE? Soundtrack (Sony/Legacy) The opening track establishes a mood, and the 16 tracks that follow don?t alter it too much. Leadoff band Dave Grohl and his Foo Fighters deliver a cafe au lait version of ?Razor? that is so skin-and-bones he sounds more like Nick Drake or Iron & Wine than Nirvana?s former drummer.
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