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The Florida Times-Union
Beer under the bridge: Riverside Craft Beer Festival on Feb. 27The Riverside Craft Beer Festival is coming up again under the Fuller Warren Br
Beer under the bridge: Riverside Craft Beer Festival on Feb. 27
The Florida Times-Union / Posted 14 hours ago
The Riverside Craft Beer Festival is coming up again under the Fuller Warren Bridge. But there’s a change in this year’s festival. During its first two years, beer was sold by the glass: $2 for a 7-ounce pour. This year, you buy a ticket and drink... Read more
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Daily Chronicle
From the Archives: A look back at when Otto's rockedPeople packed into sold-out shows at the downtown DeKalb business to see perfor
From the Archives: A look back at when Otto's rocked
Daily Chronicle / Posted yesterday
People packed into sold-out shows at the downtown DeKalb business to see performances by acts such as Wilco, Snoop Dogg, George Clinton and Parliament Funkadelic, and Ted Nugent, among many others. It was a proving ground for local musicians and... Read more
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Bangkok Post - Thailand's English news
The great gig in the skyMusician David Bowie was the biggest name in the music business to pass away re
The great gig in the sky
Bangkok Post - Thailand's English news / Posted 2 days ago
Musician David Bowie was the biggest name in the music business to pass away recently. His death at 69 prompted extraordinary media coverage across the world. Bowie was more than just a rock musician, he was also a pop culture icon. Like many people,... Read more
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Chicago Tribune
Super Bowl winners and losers: Kevin Hart, Coldplay, Mannings, Marilyn MonroeSometimes you need more than a scoreboard to pick out the winners and losers. H
Super Bowl winners and losers: Kevin Hart, Coldplay, Mannings, Marilyn Monroe
Chicago Tribune / Posted 2 days ago
Sometimes you need more than a scoreboard to pick out the winners and losers. Here they are, from Super Bowl 50: Analyst Phil Simms was blah, and the broadcast lacked a few key replays. But overnight ratings indicate it was the most-watched telecast... Read more
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KESQ Palm Springs
How Earth Wind & Fire lifted us up, up, upMidsummer, 1975, anywhere in America: You're in a car driving through a neighb
How Earth Wind & Fire lifted us up, up, up
KESQ Palm Springs / Posted 5 days ago
Midsummer, 1975, anywhere in America: You're in a car driving through a neighborhood, any neighborhood. It doesn't matter whether it's middle-class or working-class, predominantly black, white or brown. It's late afternoon and there are kids... Read more
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Los Angeles Times
Never mind George Clinton: Earth, Wind & Fire's Maurice White brought funk to the masses"Earth, hot air and no fire." That's how George Clinton, founder of influentia
Never mind George Clinton: Earth, Wind & Fire's Maurice White brought funk to the masses
Los Angeles Times / Posted 5 days ago
"Earth, hot air and no fire." That's how George Clinton, founder of influential funk groups Funkadelic and Parliament, famously critiqued the sound of Earth, Wind & Fire in 1975. Insulting? Sure, but the Los Angeles band's founder, Maurice White,... Read more
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Baltimore Sun
Maurice White, founder of Earth, Wind & Fire, dies at 74Maurice White, co-founder and leader of the groundbreaking ensemble Earth, Wind
Maurice White, founder of Earth, Wind & Fire, dies at 74
Baltimore Sun / Posted 5 days ago
Maurice White, co-founder and leader of the groundbreaking ensemble Earth, Wind & Fire, died Thursday at his Los Angeles home. He was 74. His brother and bandmate, Verdine White, confirmed the news with the Associated Press. The source for a wealth... Read more
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Billboard
Super Bowl Halftime CollaborationsRegardless of whether the Panthers or the Broncos hoist the Lombardi Trophy fol
Super Bowl Halftime Collaborations
Billboard / Posted 6 days ago
Regardless of whether the Panthers or the Broncos hoist the Lombardi Trophy following Super Bowl 50, the real winner this Sunday is bound to be Coldplay. Chris Martin and Co. are rocking the halftime show, and word on the street is that they’re... Read more
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Adirondack Daily Enterprise
Music line-up for CarnivalLocal venues have booked a variety of acts from several genres to add to revele
Music line-up for Carnival
Adirondack Daily Enterprise / Posted 7 days ago
Local venues have booked a variety of acts from several genres to add to revelers' reasons to enjoy the season. Too much variety, however, can be overwhelming, so we here at the Weekender have broken down your music options for you in the hope that... Read more
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Faster Louder
Thundercat on Kendrick Lamar, Bowie, and a whole lot of drugsAhead of a tour with Laneway Festival, bass wizard Stephen “Thundercat” Bruner
Thundercat on Kendrick Lamar, Bowie, and a whole lot of drugs
Faster Louder / Posted 7 days ago
Ahead of a tour with Laneway Festival, bass wizard Stephen “Thundercat” Bruner tells TOM MANN about playing yacht rock for Kendrick Lamar, the lessons he learned from Flying Lotus, jamming with Kimbra and Skrillex at 4am, and trading Marvel cards... Read more
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Rutland Herald
Hip-hop artist set to teach at Cobra When Bronx hip-hop dancer and instructor Seku Grey set out to take a walk wit
Hip-hop artist set to teach at Cobra
Rutland Herald / Posted 12 days ago
When Bronx hip-hop dancer and instructor Seku Grey set out to take a walk with his family in Rutland's “gut” a few years ago, he had no idea he'd meet a kindred soul and land himself an ongoing gig. “I was in... Read more
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Artvoice
See You There!Award-winning political cartoonist Ted Rall has never been one to shy away from
See You There!
Artvoice / Posted 13 days ago
Award-winning political cartoonist Ted Rall has never been one to shy away from controversy. In fact, his career is riddled with examples of creating controversy where none previously existed. When his work has been criticized for being too extreme... Read more
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Miami New Times
DJ Khaled’s Journey of Success Started Long Before Snapchat"He was quiet." Imagine that. Of all the words in all the land one could use
DJ Khaled’s Journey of Success Started Long Before Snapchat
Miami New Times / Posted 15 days ago
"He was quiet." Imagine that. Of all the words in all the land one could use to describe DJ Khaled, Gary Holzenthal chose "quiet." It would have been less jarring to learn that his best friend was a llama. "We have had our fair share of... Read more
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E! Online
The Bachelor Loses a Twin, Gains a Sex Panthersympathetic the more that Olivia freaked out, interrupted other people's conver
The Bachelor Loses a Twin, Gains a Sex Panther
E! Online / Posted 16 days ago
sympathetic the more that Olivia freaked out, interrupted other people's conversations to whine at Ben, and used words like "funkadelic" and "gigantor." By the end of the episode, she was back to delusionally translating her and Ben's secret body... Read more
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Billboard
Billboard 200 Chart Moves: Classic David Bowie Albums Hit New HighsOn the most recent Billboard 200 albums chart (dated Jan. 30, 2016; but reflect
Billboard 200 Chart Moves: Classic David Bowie Albums Hit New Highs
Billboard / Posted 20 days ago
On the most recent Billboard 200 albums chart (dated Jan. 30, 2016; but reflecting data for the week ending Jan. 14, 2015), David Bowie’s Blackstardebuted at No. 1, giving the late legend his first chart-topping album. The set was released on Jan. 8,... Read more
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Brisbane Times
Byron Bay festival gives koalas the blues as furry neighbours look to escape racketCrowds flock to the annual Bluesfest Byron Bay. Photo: Edwina Pickles A music
Byron Bay festival gives koalas the blues as furry neighbours look to escape racket
Brisbane Times / Posted 21 days ago
Crowds flock to the annual Bluesfest Byron Bay. Photo: Edwina Pickles A music festival in the Byron hinterland has put some of the furrier locals at an increased risk of disease, a new report has found The report, published this month, links the... Read more
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The Age
Byron Bay festival gives koalas the blues as furry neighbours look to escape racketCrowds flock to the annual Bluesfest Byron Bay. Photo: Edwina Pickles A music
Byron Bay festival gives koalas the blues as furry neighbours look to escape racket
The Age / Posted 21 days ago
Crowds flock to the annual Bluesfest Byron Bay. Photo: Edwina Pickles A music festival in the Byron hinterland has put some of the furrier locals at an increased risk of disease, a new report has found The report, published this month, links the... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Byron Bay festival gives koalas the blues as furry neighbours look to escape racketCrowds flock to the annual Bluesfest Byron Bay. Photo: Edwina Pickles A music
Byron Bay festival gives koalas the blues as furry neighbours look to escape racket
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 21 days ago
Crowds flock to the annual Bluesfest Byron Bay. Photo: Edwina Pickles A music festival in the Byron hinterland has put some of the furrier locals at an increased risk of disease, a new report has found The report, published this month, links the... Read more
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WA Today
Byron Bay festival gives koalas the blues as furry neighbours look to escape racketCrowds flock to the annual Bluesfest Byron Bay. Photo: Edwina Pickles A music
Byron Bay festival gives koalas the blues as furry neighbours look to escape racket
WA Today / Posted 21 days ago
Crowds flock to the annual Bluesfest Byron Bay. Photo: Edwina Pickles A music festival in the Byron hinterland has put some of the furrier locals at an increased risk of disease, a new report has found The report, published this month, links the... Read more
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indieWIRE
Indiewire's 17 Most Anticipated New TV Shows of 2016 We're all trying to figure out what we're watching in 2016. Here are 17 shows
Indiewire's 17 Most Anticipated New TV Shows of 2016
indieWIRE / Posted 22 days ago
We're all trying to figure out what we're watching in 2016. Here are 17 shows that are definitely on our list. It's a fact — Indiewire contributor James Franco has a number of talents. But it... Read more
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Doctors Health Press
Singer Sara Bareilles Solicits Support for Bernie Worrell’s Naturopath Cancer Treatment In a show of support for a fellow musician, singer-songwriter Sara Bareilles
Singer Sara Bareilles Solicits Support for Bernie Worrell’s Naturopath Cancer Treatment
Doctors Health Press / Posted 27 days ago
In a show of support for a fellow musician, singer-songwriter Sara Bareilles has turned to Twitter to urge fans and followers to help support fellow artist... Read more
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Billboard
George Clinton Remembers David Bowie: 'The World's Gonna Miss a Hell of a Creator'David Bowie's death on Sunday (Jan. 10) after an 18-month battle with cancer --
George Clinton Remembers David Bowie: 'The World's Gonna Miss a Hell of a Creator'
Billboard / Posted 29 days ago
David Bowie's death on Sunday (Jan. 10) after an 18-month battle with cancer -- just two days after releasing his final, critically acclaimed album on his 69th birthday -- has left the music world reeling. But Bowie didn't just touch one genre;... Read more
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Los Angeles Times
essential reissues and archival recordings of 2015Various artists, “Folksongs of Another America" (Dust-to-Digital). This fascina
essential reissues and archival recordings of 2015
Los Angeles Times / Posted 1 months ago
Various artists, “Folksongs of Another America" (Dust-to-Digital). This fascinating book as well as four-CD and DVD collection compiles field recordings made in in Wisconsin, Minnesota, Chicago and Washington, D.C. Who knew that the songs of... Read more
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Los Angeles Times
essential reissues and archival recordings of 2015Various artists, “Folksongs of Another America" (Dust-to-Digital). This fascina
essential reissues and archival recordings of 2015
Los Angeles Times / Posted 1 months ago
Various artists, “Folksongs of Another America" (Dust-to-Digital). This fascinating book as well as four-CD and DVD collection compiles field recordings made in in Wisconsin, Minnesota, Chicago and Washington, D.C. Who knew that the songs of... Read more
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Washington City Paper
‘It felt like this was ours, and that was enough.’: Read excerpts from the 9:30 Club's new book, 35 years of history as told by the venue’s staff, fans, and musicians who played thereEveryone has their own 9:30 Club story. Whether it’s a recollection of seeing T
‘It felt like this was ours, and that was enough.’: Read excerpts from the 9:30 Club's new book, 35 years of history as told by the venue’s staff, fans, and musicians who played there
Washington City Paper / Posted 1 months ago
Everyone has their own 9:30 Club story. Whether it’s a recollection of seeing The Smashing Pumpkins or Foo Fighters before they hit it big, a mesmerizing and utterly chaotic performance by George Clinton and Parliament Funkadelic, or just one of the... Read more

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