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Meet Nell Zink. Her story is as good as her novel...
Fifty years into a life of improbable unorthodoxy, Nell Zink finds herself laurelled by an establishment she doggedly ignored for decades. Her two novels, The Wallcreeper and Mislaid, will be...
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Palmer pair all the rage
Palmer pair all the rage A pair of runners saddled at Newbury by Hugo Palmer are all the rage in the betting with Sky Bet so far today. 4.20 York - Extra Place Race. Click here to bet.Hugo Palmer:...
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Local Guitarist Pat Lentz is a Maestro in Our Mid...
Pat Lentz was a clerk at a South End store called the Music Shop in 1973. He was standing behind the counter one day when one of the store’s owners walked in and announced that the Music Shop needed a...
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Fox's Rock the Fox hits 15 years
Ken Abbey of Stars of Boulevard, a CFOX Seeds-winning band that opened for Deep Purple in Vancouver and Victoria. Spencer Hargreaves and Noah Jordan of Redrick Sultan. Matt Perrin, a Caparison...
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Celebrity birthdays for the week of May 17-23
May 17: Singer Taj Mahal is 73. Drummer Bill Bruford of Yes and
is 66. Singer-guitarist George Johnson of The Brothers Johnson is 62. Actor Bill Paxton is 60. Actor-comedian Bob Saget is...
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Buzz Band of the Week - The Floormen
Are tribes dead? Maybe we're too old to notice, but long gone are the days of mods, rockers, punks and crusties - these days the internet has pretty much consigned the musical tribes to a thing of...
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Artist paints famous album covers on own face
Photos: Artist paints famous album covers on own face London-based make-up artist Natalie Sharp recently turned her face into a canvas in celebration of Record Store Day. Here are the results! “I...
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There is an odd circularity in the work of Kevin Barnes. Back in 2005, of Montreal’s amazingly prolific and profoundly talented frontman was pursuing an Electronic/AfroBeat direction on The Sunlandic...
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Swamp Rock, Shape Shifters, and Southern Blues
Rollin' on the River ... The amazing career of John Fogerty Do you remember the first time you heard a song that changed your perception of popular music? For me, it was "Fortunate Son" by Creedence...
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U.K.'s Eddie Jobson on Legacies and Reunions: "We...
For belonging to a popular music genre -- progressive rock -- often derided as pretentious, violinist and keyboardist Eddie Jobson seems humble about where he and his music have ended up: on a cruise...
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A woman has painted 11 album covers on her face. ...
As any fan of vinyl knows, some albums sleeves are true masterpieces. She asked her Facebook friends for suggestions and finally drilled the 40-plus best suggestions down to eight. Mike Oldfield –...
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Can You Name Each Album Cover Painted On This Wom...
Spoiler alert: The best album in this collection is Nirvana's "Nevermind." East London musician and artist Natalie Sharp, 33, painted the covers of different music albums onto her face in honor of...
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Oliver Coates, School of Art, Glasgow
Oliver Coates, School of Art, Glasgow Keith Bruce three stars Cellist Oliver Coates is a chap on a mission, taking his instrument, one of the most fondly regarded in the orchestra, into new areas...
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