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Bourdain's desert island tracks; Nong's TEDx talk...
The Restaurant Crawl: A (somewhat) regular roundup of (mostly) national restaurant news, links, video and more. Desert island discussion: Anthony Bourdain discusses the songs that changed his life,...
Read more at OregonLive.com
Blackonomics: The State of Black America
Blackonomics: The State of Black America By James Clingman NNPA Columnist Chaka Khan sang, “Tell me somethin’ good.” The 2014 National Urban League (NUL) report, State of Black America, “One Nation...
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Album reviews: Paolo Nutini, Kelis, The Afghan Wh...
Five years on from the light, life-affirming Sunny Side Up, Paolo Nutini reins back that album’s enjoyable diversions into Dixieland, ska and folk music for a more concentrated attack on his core...
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Hit-making 10-piece Magnetic Zeros spread their t...
One inconvenient truth but some great tunes: Edward Sharpe and the Magnetic Zeros. Photo: Bryan Ling The Enmore Theatre, April 10 From the Enmore's upper deck the crowd looks like Tom Wolfe's...
Read more at Sydney Morning Herald
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Dave Stryker – ‘Eight Track’
Eight Track, released last month from guitarist Dave Stryker, is a journey into territory not the norm for a jazz album: ‘70s pop. Although every once in a while, an artist will venture to work with...
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Sampling or theft?
The links connecting rap, soul, blues and funk form are enormously important to hip-hop culture. By sampling their forefathers, rappers pay homage to the genre’s musical roots, and in the process, put...
Read more at The Michigan Daily
Notorious B.I.G. Estate Files Pre-Emptive Lawsuit...
With various musicians being sued left and right over decades-old sampling sins, one could hardly expect a recording artist who has been dead for 17 years to be given a pass. Now, the estate of...
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Friends pay tribute to Reading musician Rob Rose ...
Fellow musicians paid tribute to a man who died earlier last month who had been playing in bands in Reading since the 70s. Rob Rose, 57, of Milman Road, Katesgrove, worked in recent years as a...
Read more at Reading Evening Post
2 Omaha singer-songwriters releasing a split sing...
Omaha singer-songwriters Matt Whipkey and Brad Hoshaw will join an ever-growing list of Record Store Day releases with a split 7-inch vinyl single. Two acoustic songs — Whipkey’s “I Miss You” and...
Read more at Omaha World-Herald
'Chicago's Golden Soul' a sure hit at Black Ensem...
There's a musical extravaganza taking place on stage at Chicago's Black Ensemble Theater. The current show "Chicago's Golden Soul (A '60s Revue)," running through March 30, stars a stellar collection...
Read more at The Times of Northwest Indiana
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