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Meet the Band: This Way to the Egress
Members: "Tyrant" Taylor Galassi (accordion, lead vocals); John "Toobie-Doo" Wentz (tuba); "Saddle" Sarah Shown (piano, violin, vocals); Jaclyn "The" Kidd (mandolin, banjo); Joe "Bone" Lynch...
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Catching up on our rock reading: The Beats and Ro...
Most people at this time of year are compiling their stack of books to bring to the beach, so what say we music fans catch up on our reading and take a look at some of the best recent rock-related...
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On the Road
University of Leeds
Belly Up to 'gypsy troubadour' Lee Tyler Post at ...
While some artists may throw around terms like “gypsy” and “troubadour” to signify that they’re willing to play anywhere, few actually live the life of a musician that can truly call the road home....
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When it comes to album concepts, The Zou kills
By GUY D’ASTOLFO Born in a dream and based on the life of an artist, the new album from The Zou is not exactly an exercise in definitive answers and concrete facts. In fact, the album, dubbed “The...
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May 23: Preservation Hall Jazz Band plays at the ...
Preservation Hall, in the heart of New Orleans, continues to be a place where a love of jazz can be felt in every room. The dedicated musicians of the Preservation Hall Jazz Band work daily to bring...
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Preservation Hall Jazz Band
Napa Valley Opera House
Turn it down
Country star at Whiskey Barrel Drake White, an EMI-signed singer/songwriter based in Nashville, plays the Whiskey Barrel Saloon on May 30. The Alabama native has a rootsy modern country sound,...
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Crowd-funded music: Omaha Diner joins a wave of a...
Omaha Diner, from left to right: Skerik, Charlie Hunter, Steven Bernstein, and Bobby Previte Paying for recorded music is a voluntary act -- you can get almost any tune you want on demand from...
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Critics' Picks: May 22 - 30
... + THU., MAY 23 Blues guitarist Scott Ainslie is just as much a preserver of the art of blues as he is a musician. He has transcribed recordings by Delta blues musicians, and learned a...
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How to cook polenta the right way
... -- I May Be Doing it Wrong.” This was the subject line of an email we received a couple of months ago, from a reader who wanted to know why her cornmeal porridge always “seems to turn out...
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City Paper's overview critic Jeffrey Day has some...
My first Spoleto Festival was heavy on percussion — the sounds of rebuilding after Hurricane Hugo. In the 23 years since then, a lot has changed both in Charleston and at Spoleto. The Spoleto Festival...
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Time Out Theater Review: "Natasha, Pierre And The...
A unique new show that's inspired by a Tolstoy classic, "Natasha, Pierre And The Great Comet Of 1812," plays out inside a Russian supper club created just for this production. Time Out New York...
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Dave Grohl joins The Rolling Stones onstage
Dave Grohl joined the Rolling Stones on stage Saturday at the Honda Center in Anaheim. The Foo Fighters frontman played guitar and sang lead vocals on a verse from the Stones’ 1971 album Sticky...
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Christopher King at Steady Sounds
Nelson County’s Chris King is one of those people I’ve met through the years covering regional music stories that I’m truly proud to know. His passion for old-time music, and his innovative and...
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Keith Richards keeps rolling with the Stones
More Coverage Ask Rolling Stones' lead guitarist Keith Richards -- who turns 70 this year -- if he's a birthday guy, and he pulls no punches. "The more there are -- the less I am," jokes Richards in...
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10 years on from ‘Source Tags’ and Trail Of Dead ...
It’s been 10 years since their landmark album Source Tags & Codes, and Trail Of Dead founder Jason Reece laments just how apathetic and safe indie music has become. Interview by TOM MANN. Even...
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Hitting high notes with sixties buzz
Melbourne's Clairy Browne and the Bangin' Rackettes. It wouldn't take much to convince Clairy Browne to move to the United States, where the audience connection is so powerful the Melbourne...
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Tom Waits, captured by Anton Corbijn
, captured by Anton Corbijn
rolled out of Los Angeles' dirty streets with the look of a tramp, the voice of a broken angel and a sound that combined blues, vaudeville, cheap...
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New York City
Pop Quiz with Idaho Shakespeare Festival actor M....
This is classic M.A. Taylor: During the opening night performance of Idaho Shakespeare's 2007 production of "Arsenic and Old Lace," Taylor fell though a window. He was supposed to just climb through...
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Arsenic and Old Lace
Palmieri’s on the Westside
This is the first in an occasional series of bar profiles. To be considered, email firstname.lastname@example.org. Name of Bar: Palmieri’s Cocktail Lounge Address: 1431 San Andres Street Days/Hours:...
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Nashville musician set to rock Millheim
MILLHEIM — While other kids his age were tuning into cartoons, Kevin Gordon tuned to music, an experience that enthralled the youngster and set him dancing. It was not an uncommon sight to spot the...
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