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Baltimore band weathers British-folk comparisons (Knoxville News Sentinel)
The recent weather has sometimes been problematic for the band Arbouretum.
Timberlake sheds boy-band fluff (The Buffalo News)
Justin Timberlake made a name for himself as leader of a boy-band. Since fleeing *NSYNC, he's been trying to re-create himself as a serious modern R&B artist, his own generation's Prince.
The Beautiful Losers take the stage at Outland Ballroom (The Springfield News...
American Legion Post 676, 5484 W. Sunshine St., 882-4676: Dave Spencer and the Dixie Creek Band, 7:30-11:30 p.m. today; 6-10 p.m. Sunday, cover.
Dunbar band changes its moves (The News-Press)
Dunbar High's marching band is known for its high- energy, high-stepping dance routine that dazzles paradegoers.
Tengo Hurts Oldham's Joy (Columbia Daily Spectator)
Old Joy is a simple movie about complex relationships. Two friends, father-to-be Mark (played by Daniel London) and a carefree burnout (played by indie-folk demigod, Will Oldham, aka Bonnie "Prince" Billy), reunite for a camping trip near Portland, Oregon.
Get a blast of the blues harp (Tallahassee Democrat)
The wind will be blowin' both outside and inside the Bradfordville Blues Club Thursday night when West Coast harmonica ace Mark Hummel and his Blues Survivors Band, along with harp greats Charlie Musselwhite and Kim Wilson, get together for Hummel's annual "Blues Harmonica Blowout."
Head-to-metalhead (Minneapolis-St. Paul Star Tribune)
He's the music critic who thinks Kiss is the greatest band of all time. He's the fiction writer who reviewed the forever-delayed Guns N' Roses album for April Fool's Day last year. And he's the interviewer who, in his new anthology, got inside the mind of Britney Spears. Surprise: He didn't find much there. Chuck Klosterman is one of a kind. But he's our kind, a Midwestern writer with an ...
WEB EXTRA: Life's a party: local band the Dance Party infuse fun into everyth...
Connections, connections, connections. That's what the music industry is all about. For up and coming musicians, connections are vital to their success, but can be nearly impossible to make. Without large record companies or a thriving independent music scene, making musical connections in a town like D.
The Prince of Punk (antiMUSIC)
(punkbands) Prince Harry may be royalty, but that doesn't mean he's not dilusional. The hard partying son of the Queen has declared himself "the prince of punk" after sending his minions to round up one of his favorite bands, Towers of London recently at an exclusice British nightclub.
From Boss to Beatles, trib bands have it covered (Philadelphia Daily News)
THIS WEEKEND, John Lennon is sharing a "Day In His Life" in South Jersey, the Doors will rattle for a sold-out crowd in Sellersville, while the music of Radiohead resonates in Princeton.
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