Rock Music Artists
live music (El Paso Times)
1914 Lounge -- 115 Durango. 544-4191. Aceitunas Beer Garden -- 5200 Doniphan. Royal Mud, today and Saturday; cover varies. Mariachis, 7-10 p.m. Thursdays; cover varies. 581-3260 or www.aceitunasbeergarden.com.
Dude, that's so intense (Calendarlive.com)
A ferocious little dynamo rips off his shirt and streaks howling across the stage atop a bludgeoning beat. Maybe he cuts his torso too, and glowers there bleeding. Another Iggy/Manson rerun? Repetition can mute shock; today, such rock 'n' roll theatrics come off like the latest mounting of a Sophocles tragedy.
Live Music (El Paso Times)
1914 Lounge -- 115 Durango. 544-4191. Aceitunas Beer Garden -- 5200 Doniphan. Mariachis, 7-10 p.m. Thursdays; cover varies. 581-3260 or www.aceitunasbeergarden.com.
New groups at Depot; Epiphany Series ends (Billings Outpost)
Scott Prinzing Lynette Larson, on flute, and Laurel Linde, clarinet, perform as part of the Sweetgrass Winds at the Yellowstone Chamber Players concert Sunday.
BC of the Month, February 2007: Tom Johnson (Blogcritics.org)
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Thin Lizzy?s Phil Lynott emorialized in Dublin (Billings Outpost)
From legends like James Brown, Ray Charles and Muddy Waters, to contemporary artists like Michael Jackson, Prince and a slew of hip-hop acts, the majority of celebrated black artists perform music that is associated with African American urban musical traditions.
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