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TribLIVE
Reviews: Buddy Miller captures collaborative spirit of cruise | TribLIVE Neighborhoods Buddy Miller & Friends (New West) Put Buddy Mill
Reviews: Buddy Miller captures collaborative spirit of cruise
TribLIVE / Posted yesterday
| TribLIVE Neighborhoods Buddy Miller & Friends (New West) Put Buddy Miller on a cruise ship, and outlaw country becomes... Read more
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Chicago Tribune
Archives: Rick Kogan on the Earl of Old Town"There was a generation that passed through this room. People learned a lot abo
Archives: Rick Kogan on the Earl of Old Town
Chicago Tribune / Posted 2 days ago
"There was a generation that passed through this room. People learned a lot about life and love and everything else here," he said. "There was something else too. It was a smell. In most places the combination of odors of cigarettes and old beer can... Read more
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Chicago Tribune
Documentary celebrates folk singer John Prine and his timeless musicA few months ago, the renowned 93-year-old television producer Norman Lear ("Al
Documentary celebrates folk singer John Prine and his timeless music
Chicago Tribune / Posted 2 days ago
A few months ago, the renowned 93-year-old television producer Norman Lear ("All in the Family," "The Jeffersons," "Good Times," "Maude") was asked if he still watched television. The assumption was that he might respond with "No. Too much junk."... Read more
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Comox Valley Record
MusicFest ready for Prine timeTerry Farrell Record staff The first major musical act announcement for the 2
MusicFest ready for Prine time
Comox Valley Record / Posted 5 days ago
Terry Farrell Record staff The first major musical act announcement for the 2016 Vancouver Island MusicFest will serve as a check off the bucket list for many music fans. Closing the show on Day 1 of the three-day multi-genre celebration will be... Read more
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BC Local News
MusicFest ready for Prine timeTerry Farrell Record staff The first major musical act announcement for the 2
MusicFest ready for Prine time
BC Local News / Posted 5 days ago
Terry Farrell Record staff The first major musical act announcement for the 2016 Vancouver Island MusicFest will serve as a check off the bucket list for many music fans. Closing the show on Day 1 of the three-day multi-genre celebration will be... Read more
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Denver Post
Buddy Miller captures collaborative spirit of cruiseBuddy Miller & Friends, "Cayamo Sessions at Sea" (New West) Put Buddy Miller o
Buddy Miller captures collaborative spirit of cruise
Denver Post / Posted 10 days ago
Buddy Miller & Friends, "Cayamo Sessions at Sea" (New West) Put Buddy Miller on a cruise ship, and outlaw country becomes Caribbean country. Miller's a popular perennial performer on the Cayamo music cruise, and during voyages to such destinations... Read more
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Missoula Independent
Fresh tasteGood Old Fashioned's Rocky Mountain Skyline features tropes you'll recognize if
Fresh taste
Missoula Independent / Posted 11 days ago
Good Old Fashioned's Rocky Mountain Skyline features tropes you'll recognize if you've spent any time in the West: double shots of whiskey, "girls of the night," outlaws, cold country wind and highways where you can leave your troubles behind. But,... Read more
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Charleston City Paper
Adam LeeMan in black spent the last two years portraying Johnny Cash in the Tony award
Adam Lee
Charleston City Paper / Posted 11 days ago
Man in black spent the last two years portraying Johnny Cash in the Tony award-winning musical, Million Dollar Quartet. Now he’s cashin’ out (his words, not ours) with a tour featuring his original music. Before playing Johnny Cash, Lee... Read more
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The Daily Mercury
Graeme Connors marks another verse of his lifeUNDER the glare of the stage lights, looking out on hundreds of smiling faces,
Graeme Connors marks another verse of his life
The Daily Mercury / Posted 13 days ago
UNDER the glare of the stage lights, looking out on hundreds of smiling faces, the room ringing with applause; the man from Mackay stood with his wife by his side, letting it all sink in. Graeme Connors, who began his career singing at the Parish... Read more
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The Irish Times
Donal Dineen’s Sunken Treasure: John Prine’s 1971 debutOf all the precarious positions one can occupy within the realm of music the si
Donal Dineen’s Sunken Treasure: John Prine’s 1971 debut
The Irish Times / Posted 17 days ago
Of all the precarious positions one can occupy within the realm of music the singer-songwriter’s lot is potentially the unsteadiest of them all. Before any consideration is given to the rudimentary characteristics of sound that will make a song work... Read more
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Langley Times
McGregor Says: Don't believe everything you hearHave you noticed that in January there is a marked increase in advertisements f
McGregor Says: Don't believe everything you hear
Langley Times / Posted 17 days ago
Have you noticed that in January there is a marked increase in advertisements for exercise machines, supplements and diet plans — all trying to capitalize on those resolutions we made about reducing weight and getting into shape? The one constant... Read more
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Crain's Chicago Business
Degas' bodies in motion; the life of Louis Armstrong and moreWhether it's a gala event, a once-in-a-lifetime concert or a hidden gem of a pl
Degas' bodies in motion; the life of Louis Armstrong and more
Crain's Chicago Business / Posted 18 days ago
Whether it's a gala event, a once-in-a-lifetime concert or a hidden gem of a play, we're here to up your cultural (and fun) IQ. Here are top picks for your cultural calendar for the coming week, the coming month and beyond. 1 In Terry Teachout's... Read more
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The San Angelo Standard-Times
A songwriter first and a singer secondIn 1969, when Doak Snead decided he would take a shot at singing for a living,
A songwriter first and a singer second
The San Angelo Standard-Times / Posted 19 days ago
In 1969, when Doak Snead decided he would take a shot at singing for a living, everybody in his small West Texas town of Bronte snickered and called him "Doak the Croak," Todd Williams once wrote in the Standard-Times. "Doak snickered right along... Read more
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Cincinnati CityBeat
1/FRIDAYONSTAGE: KINKY BOOTSEncountering a show title that uses the word “kinky,”
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Cincinnati CityBeat / Posted 23 days ago
FRIDAYONSTAGE: KINKY BOOTSEncountering a show title that uses the word “kinky,” you might think that the so-named play could push the boundaries of taste. That’s certainly not the case with Kinky Boots, despite the images the title suggests. In fact,... Read more
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Charleston City Paper
Forty Mile Detour; Mandy Rowden; The Hooten Hallers; Go Jenny GoALT-COUNTRY | Mandy Rowden w/ JW Teller Wed. Jan. 13 10 p.m. The Mill Ther
Forty Mile Detour; Mandy Rowden; The Hooten Hallers; Go Jenny Go
Charleston City Paper / Posted 25 days ago
ALT-COUNTRY | Mandy Rowden w/ JW Teller Wed. Jan. 13 10 p.m. The Mill There are performers who couch their lyrical ideas in metaphor and allusion, and then there’s Austin’s Mandy Rowden. On her debut album, These Bad Habits, Rowden tells it like... Read more
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Kenosha News
Powerball daydreamsBuying a Powerball ticket offers the rare opportunity to daydream about spendin
Powerball daydreams
Kenosha News / Posted 26 days ago
Buying a Powerball ticket offers the rare opportunity to daydream about spending the largest lottery jackpot in the world — some $1.5 billion. Ticket sales were robust before Saturday’s $950 million drawing, and interest in today’s drawing has... Read more
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Chicago Tribune
Renee Fleming to helm 'Chicago Voices,' a new Lyric Opera initiativeAs superstar soprano Renee Fleming counts down her appearances in opera and bro
Renee Fleming to helm 'Chicago Voices,' a new Lyric Opera initiative
Chicago Tribune / Posted a month ago
As superstar soprano Renee Fleming counts down her appearances in opera and broadens her late-career involvement in the realms of crossover, education and community engagement, there would appear to be no new worlds remaining for Lyric Opera's... Read more
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Crain's Chicago Business
Lyric Opera kicks off multi-year community music initiative"American Idol" is wrapping up, but Lyric Opera is offering Chicagoans somethin
Lyric Opera kicks off multi-year community music initiative
Crain's Chicago Business / Posted a month ago
"American Idol" is wrapping up, but Lyric Opera is offering Chicagoans something to take its place. The renowned cultural institution is kicking off Chicago Voices, new programming that will include Chicagoans performing original works based on... Read more

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