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Kyle Hollingsworth Announces Summer of Brews Events

KYLE TO HOLD SUMMER OF BREWS EVENTS IN BERKELEY AND BOULDER <table align=right hspace=5 vspace=5 Kyle Hollingsworth Kyle Hollingsworth of The String Cheese Incident today announces Summer of Brews – a series of exclusive craft beer events he will host throughout the season. With three consecutive sell-outs of his flagship event, Kyle's Brew Fest, Hollingsworth returns this summer with this charity beer f ...

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Rockwell Benefit Concert To Be Released On Blu-Ray And DVD

The O2 arena, London was stage for the gathering of some of the UK’s most notable, and charitable music icons. The “Rockwell” event brought together the likes of Robert Plant, Tom Jones, Joss Stone, as well as Lulu, Razorlight, Beverley Knight, Escala, and Dan Gillespie Sells. The evening culminated in the final song that saw every act hit the stage for a fantastic version of The Beatles ...

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The Lazarus Pit: Fear of God’s Within the Veil

Welcome to The Lazarus Pit, a biweekly look at should-be classic metal records that don’t get nearly enough love; stuff that’s essential listening that you’ve probably never heard of; stuff that we’re too lazy to track down the band members to do a Hall Of Fame for.  This week, we contract a severe case of deiphobia with Fear of God and their classic Within the Veil (Warner Bros.). Dawn Crosby was one of th ...

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The Sadies: Summer U.S. Dates

US TOUR DATES ANNOUNCED <table align=right hspace=5 vspace=5 The Sadies Canada's best live band, The Sadies, led by the 6'4" Good Brothers, will be hitting the road this summer for their latest release, Night and Day (Yep Roc records), which reunites them with cult soul singer Andre Williams. The North American dates include a Toronto appearance at the NXNE festival with Andre on June 15 as well as late ...

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Daisy Rock Welcomes Kathy DellaValle To Its Artist Roster

Daisy Rock Girl Guitars, the original girl guitar company, welcomes to its artist roster Kathy DellaValle, a guitarist, bassist, and vocalist with a combined sound of pop, blues, country, and folk with soulful vocals and great harmonies. In addition to being a solo artist, Kathy is the bassist and vocalist for The Look, a band she shares with her husband Kevin (guitar and backing vocals) and friend Vince Na ...

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Springsteen Releases Video For ‘Rocky Ground’

Another music video from Bruce Springsteen’s latest album, Wrecking Ball, has surfaced in a black-and-white clip for “Rocky Ground” by longtime Springsteen collaborator Thom Zimny. The hip-hop-tinged track features gospel singer Michelle Moore contributing a rap verse that somehow fits … Continue reading → ...

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The Hypstrz Stop By 89.3 The Current

Minnesota music veterans The Hypstrz stopped by their local public radio station – 89.3 The Current – to play a few tunes. The Hypstrz are best known for reworking classics from the 1960s into garage-rock rompers. Check out “This Has … Continue reading → ...

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Vintage & Rare Guitar of the Week: Tao Phaeton futuristic hollow jazz guitar

guitarz.blogspot.com: It's a swelteringly hot day here in Wales, and I don't feel much like making a meal over anything right now, so I'm going to be really lazy and copy and paste the details of this guitar straight from Belgian luthier Tao Guitar's page on Vintage & Rare: This project started out as a cure for a friend & customer who was diagnosed with a very acute form of the G.A.S. (Guitar Acqui ...

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Is It A Music Video Or A Video Of Music?

Why was the music video born? The same reason bands trying to create a presence and fit in on Pintrest and use Facebook's timeline, music goes where the people are. If people like music, but aren't willing to trade the visual stimulant of sitting in front of the glowing box, then labels and bands needed to make their music visual. I think the same is true today more than ever. People like music, but don't l ...

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