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Effort underway to bring the Blues Festival back
The blues are coming back to Riverhead. Three years after the last Riverhead Blues & Music Festival took place downtown, a plan is underway to hold a mini blues series this fall in an effort to...
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Suffolk County Community College
Crowd expected at jazz festival in Willimantic
Folks geared up for a night of free music on the square in Willimantic Friday night. The Once in a Blue Moon Jazz Festival draws a crowd and is free thanks to part of the Thread City’s rich music...
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Hippiefest concert thrills Tioga Downs audience
A line-up of legendary rock and rollers billed as "Hippiefest" took the summer concert stage at Tioga Downs on Saturday evening, July 25, which included performances by Felix Cavaliere's Rascals, the...
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Record reviews with Kevin Bryan
Here are Kevin Bryan’s latest record reviews. Procol Harum, A Salty Dog (Esoteric / Cherry Red). These distinctive prog rock pioneers are often rather lazily dismissed as “one hit wonders” on the...
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Vintage Trouble – ‘1 Hopeful Rd.’
Music Review: Vintage Trouble – ‘1 Hopeful Rd.’ | Blogcritics Blogcritics The critical lens on today's culture & entertainment Today on Blogcritics Music Review: Vintage Trouble – ‘1 Hopeful...
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Personality Test: Rob King
As one of Root Sports main anchors, Rob King provides analysis during pre-game, postgame and game intermissions in Pirates and Penguins telecasts. Additionally, he serves as play-by-play announcer for...
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Hitmakers from ‘60s, ‘70s unite for Hippiefest
Back in the 1960s, package tours brought together the biggest hitmakers of the day onto one stage, allowing fans to see multiple acts for the same ticket price. Hippiefest — stopping Saturday at...
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The Daily & Sunday Review
Just 29 inches tall, the Davone Ray-S speaker is ...
Most of my favorite floor-standing high-end speakers are big and tall, but the Davone Ray-S sits low to the floor -- it's a mere 29 inches high mounted on its steel stand. The Ray-S is a thoroughly...
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TODAY IN HISTORY
Today is Thursday, July 16, the 197th day of 2015. There are 168 days left in the year. Today's Highlights in History: On July 16, 1945, the United States exploded its first experimental atomic bomb...
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David G. Farragut
Good morning, it’s Thursday, July 16, the 197th day of 2015. There are 168 days left in the year. We’ll start the day in the mid-70s and we’re expecting highs this afternoon in the mid-90s under a...
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Kelly Richey joins four other acts at annual blue...
FARMINGTON — Kelly Richey's introduction to her musical instrument of choice came in the form of a surrender on the part of her father. Growing up in Ohio, Richey had been banging away for months on...
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July Jamz series off to blues-y start
Five Fridays in the month of July means a bonus for music lovers in the Sterling area, as the Sterling Arts Council returns its annual July Jamz concert series. Back for the 11th year, the free...
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Hoochie Coochie Men: Lafayette band makes them ju...
In 2012 Alex Musso was an economics major at Lafayette College but his passion was music when he formed a trio with fraternity borthers Zach Gold, a biochemistry major and guitarist, and Joey Tumulty,...
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