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... when I asked him why he’d become a rock critic, “because my two big obsessions were always music and writing. It’s an outgrowth of being a fanatical record collector and a fanatical listener:...
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Wknd Calendar: Free-play Friday at Blairalley, Ca...
... on the lawn, the final event for the first-ever Band Director Academy of the UO School of Music and Dance. The UO’s summer Flute Extremes (FluX) workshop returns for its third annual...
Read more at Oregon Daily Emerald
Tale of Two Festivals: Bonnaroo and CMA Music Fes...
Some 200,000 music fans and 200-plus artists, along with scores of agents, managers, label execs, and other music industry players, will stream into Middle Tennessee this week as two of the...
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the CMA Music Festival
Live: Music Picks June 4-10
... uses a looping delay so he can play violin—and guitar and cello, accompanied by a live drummer. It would be worth taking the time to brush up on '90s rock before this concert,...
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Navajo Band Teaches Native American Youth How To ...
... rock classics. Folky, bluesy, psychedelic rockers Timber Timbre are a special band. Their music is uniquely chilly and their breakout album "Creep On Creepin' On" has helped make them one of...
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Nelsonville Music Festival brings all of Columbus...
Brad Keefe photo I arrived at the Nelsonville Music Festival Thursday night around 8:20, which was just enough time to park, situate my camping setup, check-in at the media tent and wander to the...
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