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Paul Gilbert of Mr. Big Talks His Longtime Relationship With All Guitars (INTERVIEW)

Paul Gilbert of Mr. Big Talks His Longtime Relationship With All Guitars (INTERVIEW)

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Suds & Sounds: Shmaltz Brewing Company Serves Up Funky Schtick and Tasty Beer

In Suds & Sounds we turn the spotlight on breweries, focusing on the role of music in that brewery’s history, packaging, tastes, and in its city or town as a whole. The idea is to get beer and ...

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I Was There When: The Who Ignited The Springfield (MA) Civic Center December 14, 1975

The setlist for this mid-December (12/14/75 to be exact) performance by the Who at the Springfield Civic Center in Massachusetts may look like a bountiful roster of hits, but it didn’t exactly come off that ...

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Dale Crover of Melvins Talks Solo Album ‘The Fickle Finger’ & New Melvins LP ‘A Walk With Love & Death’ (INTERVIEW)

You may have heard about this little band from up around Seattle. They make a loud noise and have become cult music gods over their thirty-four year career. They’re called the Melvins. “We’re definitely an ...

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Tales From The Golden Road: Ha Ha Tonka Barnstorm the West Coast With Old 97’s

Plenty of people go to see bands when they come through their town, but most people don’t think about everything that it takes to get those bands to their favorite club. Being on tour for ...

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Randy Newman ‘Dark Matter’ Release Week – The Classic Songwriter’s Ten Essential Songs (LIST)

Randy Newman might be the most misunderstood American songwriter of the 20th century. This is no exaggeration. For nearly half a century, Newman has been unfairly pigeonholed as either a novelty singer or a merciless ...

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A.J. Croce Revives Golden Singer-Songwriter Era With ‘Just Like Medicine’ (INTERVIEW)

You might not think that a Pennsylvania born, California raised young man would be so heavily influenced by the boogie woogie piano music that circulated down in the deep south of New Orleans. But he ...

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KYNG’s Pepe Clarke Magaña Talks Metal Maya Destination Festival (PREVIEW)

Metal fans from all over the world will invade Mexico October 29- November 2 to attend Metal Maya, a 4-day all-inclusive heavy metal destination festival vacation at the luxurious Now Sapphire Riviera Cancun, just south of Cancun in the ...

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Drive-By Truckers, Deer Tick, Courtney Marie Andrews, Kelsey Waldon and More – 10 Must-See Acts at Pickathon 2017 (FESTIVAL PREVIEW)

Every summer one of the best festival lineups can be found on Pendarvis Farm minutes outside Portland, OR at the Pickathon Music Festival. The event has earned a reputation for thoughtful and eclectic curation presented ...

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2017 Newport Folk Festival Kicks Off This Friday – Eight Artists To Check Out (FESTIVAL PREVIEW)

Newport Folk Festival prides itself on offering something new and fresh every year, not to mention the countless spontaneous performances and collaborations that inevitably take place over three days of artists wandering the grounds of ...

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