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Baker Street saxophonist Raphael Ravenscroft dies
Raphael Ravenscroft, 60, who found fame almost overnight following the release of the 1978 track, went on to work with music icons such as
, Abba and Marvin Gaye. More recently, he worked as...
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San Francisco vs. Kansas City: How World Series c...
While the Giants and Royals settle things on the field, how do San Francisco and Kansas City compare? Founded San Francisco: 1776 Kansas City: 1830s Population San Francisco: 837,442,...
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Lone Stars: 11 Up-and-Coming Austin Musicians to ...
Weird and wonderful, one of the very first things that comes to mind when you think of Austin, Texas, is the city’s vibrant music scene. In fact, Austin describes itself as the “Live Music Capital of...
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Barrett passes the mic
Barrett passes the mic Patrick Gibbens and Daniel Lorenzo performing. Photo by Ashley Durham A steady beat pumps down the Barrett Honors Hall, barely ekes into the dining room, and gently draws...
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Fans miss Smith Center’s musical days
UNC alumnus and basketball fan Dalton Mayo loved living on the 10th floor of Hinton James Residence Hall in the early 1990s. “Everyone was complaining it was the farthest from campus but, for me, it...
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“Alan Bean Plus Four”
Travelling to the moon was way less complicated this year than it was back in 1969, as the four of us proved, not that anyone gives a whoop. You see, over cold beers on my patio, with the crescent...
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Lost classics or household rubbish?: The Greatest...
Lost classics or household rubbish?: The Greatest Albums You’ll Never Hear Review: This list of shelved or abandoned albums by the likes of
, Prince and U2 offers little to write home...
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After Pearl Jam, which concerts are most overdue?
About time, Pearl Jam. Your large base of hard-core Twin Cities fans has waited 11 years for you to finally play another headlining show like the one coming Sunday at Xcel Energy Center. We still love...
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London walking tours: Get a different city perspe...
Who better to highlight London’s contrasts than a once-homeless man, writes Rob McFarland. When I meet Mike O'Hara outside Chalk Farm tube station, he looks like any other dapper Camden-ite. Dressed...
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Noel Fielding interview: 'Adults can't deal with ...
For Noel Fielding is one of surreal comedy’s 24-carat originals: a worthy heir to The Goons, Monty Pythonand (yes) Kenny Everett, and a match for the great Eddie Izzard. He won the Perrier best...
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George Clinton pens a funky memoir
... the ultimate compliment,” he says. “It was our chance to stay around past our planned obsolescence date. The only other time you’d hear these records would be on KTEL packages on TV, but you...
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Parents dress baby in a new Halloween costume eve...
One baby, 31 costumes! Parents dress their newborn in a new Halloween getup every day for the month of October One baby has really gotten into the Halloween spirit, dressing in a different costume...
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Concert Listings: Oct. 17 to 23, 2014
THIS WEEK: Oct. 17 to 23, 2014 Sage,the avant-garde duo performing uniquely interpreted contemporary pop, blues and rock tunes. The BookHouse, Eastern Monroe Public Library, 1002 N. Ninth St.,...
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Cape Town Gig Guide - October 17, 2014
TONIGHT • Helena Hettema plays Die Boer, Chenoweth St, Durbanville. 8.30pm. R120. Tel: 021 979 1911. • Robin Auld plays The Fugard Theatre, Harrington St, District Six. 8pm. R120 at Computicket. •...
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Rhodes - interview: 'I played guitar but I was al...
It’s difficult to believe that Rhodes started singing only 18 months ago. “I played the guitar but was always far too scared to sing,” he tells me when we meet in a break between rehearsals for his...
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Music industry gets vinyl album boost
Almost 800,000 vinyl albums have been sold in the first nine months of this year, which has already outstripped last year's total of 780,674, according to new figures compiled by the Official Charts...
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Australian Pink Floyd merits own tribute
There will always be a kid with a black light “Dark Side of the Moon” poster. Pop bands come and go,
is forever. Just ask Colin Wilson, his band has been together for 26 years. Wilson...
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Dark Side of the Moon
Stories from the Waldorf-Astoria: Chinese Acquire...
In early October, New York City’s home away from home for presidents, royals and rockers was sold to a Chinese insurance conglomerate for nearly $2 billion. The new owner–Angbang Insurance Group–is...
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Shep Gordon returns to UB
The film, directed by Mike Myers, chronicles the A-list professional life of UB alumnus Shep Gordon, BA ’68, fabled raconteur, consummate Hollywood insider and notoriously well-loved manager, agent...
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William Joe Martin
Nov. 16, 1946 – Oct. 9, 2014 William Joe Martin was born Nov. 16, 1946, to Raymond and Tressie Martin in French Camp, Calif. He died on Oct. 9, 2014, at the Billings Clinic Hospital. Bill was a...
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