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Jon Stewart changed everything: How “The Daily Sh...
In 2006, Tom Stoppard (our greatest living playwright if you haven’t heard) gave us “Rock ‘n’ Roll,” a tale of personal conflict set amidst a political revolution. The play opens in late-’60s London...
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Local duo to play local spots before U.K. tour
WARDSBORO >> It's fitting that Hungrytown is hitting the road, with its latest album entitled "Further West." "It's been doing really well on the folk D.J. charts," said Rebecca Hall, singer...
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Clintonville man aids Athens County food pantry
Clintonville man aids Athens County food pantry Local MINERAL, Ohio — A pipeline providing food, school supplies, clothing and other donated items has operated from the Clintonville neighborhood of...
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Buffy Sainte-Marie: ‘My music is much more divers...
More than 50 years after your first album, you are back with a new one, Power in the Blood. Morrissey asked you to tour with him this year and you’re getting great reviews. How do you explain your...
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‘Dylan Goes Electric!’ Tackles the Night That Sho...
Bob Dylan scandalizing the 1965 Newport Folk Festival by performing plugged in with a rock band is one of the most picked-over musical moments in history. But historian Elijah Wald brings the moment...
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Dylan Goes Electric
Fred Rogers, quiet radical: The misunderstood leg...
This article originally appeared on Michael Long’s new book, Peaceful Neighbor, dares to place Mister Rogers in his social, historical, and political context. I say “dares” because this can be more...
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Rock Picks: Eleni Mandell will get folksy in Chap...
Rock Picks: Eleni Mandell will get folksy in Chapel Hill | News & Observer July 30, 2015 Rock Picks: Eleni Mandell will get folksy in Chapel Hill Eleni Mandell displays a folk side with her new...
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SummerStage: Clove Lakes concerts continue throug...
STATEN ISLAND, N.Y. — Summerstage continues its mini-series in Clove Lakes Park with music, dance, family and theater events. Kicked off with a concert with Stapleton native, actor and hip hop artist...
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A Disaffected Democrat Deplores His Potemkin Part...
Submitted by James Kunstler via Kunstler.com, How many of you brooding on the dreadful prospect of Hillary have chanced to survey what remains of Democratic Party (cough cough) leadership in the...
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Theodore Bikel, actor
Bikel in Mod Squad in 1973 (American Broadcasting Companies, Inc) Bikel’s film career began with the Humphrey Bogart and Katharine Hepburn vehicle, The African Queen (1951), and grew to some 35...
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'Ragtime' author; theater legend; 'Archie' cartoo...
... Few minds were as playful and as serious as E.L. Doctorow's. Conjurer of old-time gangsters and ragtime stars. Commentator on wars and presidents and the laws of the land. Student of political and...
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Dylan Goes Electric! by Elijah Wald
Review: Dylan Goes Electric! by Elijah Wald Fifty years ago today, Bob Dylan strapped on his electric guitar at Newport folk festival and changed musical history, a story told superbly here, writes...
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Napoleon in Rags
... I was Bob Dylan," Robert Creeley wrote in the late 1960s, a time when this seemed to be the wish of nearly everybody -- including, apparently, anthologized poets whose confinement to print gave...
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Theodore ‘Tevye’ Bikel dies at 91
Theodore Bikel, an actor and folk singer who was recognized in 1997 with a Lifetime Achievement Award from the National Foundation for Jewish Culture, has died at 91. Bikel, who won fame playing...
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CBS 5 Phoenix
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BLUEGRASS MOMENTS: Bill Keith honored at Grey Fox...
OAK HILL - Bela Fleck, Tony Trischka and six other banjo greats honored 75-year-old Bill Keith Friday, July 17 at the Grey Fox Bluegrass Festival in what was dubbed the Keith-Style Banjo Summit. Fans...
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It’s One for the Money: Tracing the history of th...
Constable, 461pp, £20 When Marvin Gaye died in 1984 his children inherited the copyright to his music, a spellbinding body of work that continues to inspire listeners today. Some, it seems, were...
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What Really Happened the Night Dylan Went Electri...
Arts, entertainment, and more. Fifty years ago, on July 25, 1965, the tousle-headed poet who had voiced his generation’s loftiest ideals of nonviolent protest came back to his spiritual home of many...
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WAFF 48 News Huntsville
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Shanty crew sail into Combe Martin
Shanty crew sail into Combe Martin Join Kimber's Men at Shammick Acoustic in Combe Martin on Saturday, July 25. Picture: Darren Fleming Kimbers Men at Shammick Acoustic on Saturday, July 25. To...
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My Friend Chunkenstein Sanchez
Chunky and Los Alacranes back in the ‘70s (L to R), Ramon “Chunky” Sanchez, Marco Antonio Rodriguez, Mario Aguilar and Ricardo Sanchez. I have known Ramon”Chunky “Sanchez and his brother Ricardo for...
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Pair of blues shows at Tupelo this weekend
LONDONDERRY, N.H. -- This weekend Tupelo Music Hall, 2 Young Road, presents Roomful of Blues and The David Bromberg Quintet to its stage. The Grammy-nominated Roomful of Blues will perform their...
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