Concert Review: The Handsome Family/Daniel Knox
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Concert Review: The Handsome Family/Daniel Knox

There’s a pathogen floating in our cultural DNA that we caught sometime around the Beatles’…

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Concert Review: Jenny Lewis/Deer Tick/Farmer Dave
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Concert Review: Jenny Lewis/Deer Tick/Farmer Dave

Listen, folks: appearance isn’t everything. Lately, I’ve noticed more and more crowds resembling the bands…

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Second Chance: Jeff Buckley Sketches for My Sweetheart the Drunk
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Second Chance: Jeff Buckley Sketches for My Sweetheart the Drunk

Second Chance: Jeff Buckley Sketches for My Sweetheart the Drunk 1998 Bands are inevitably judged…

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Interview: Jason Webley
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Interview: Jason Webley

Jason Webley knows a thing or two about the rigors of touring. Though the Washington-based…

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Year One: Music
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Year One: Music

Imagine if the records that came out during the year of your birth actually had…

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Concert Review: Old 97’s / Rhett Miller / Murry Hammond
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Concert Review: Old 97’s / Rhett Miller / Murry Hammond

“Welcome to this great experiment: an evening with the Old 97’s.” So announced Old 97’s…

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Rediscover: Kinky Friedman Sold American (1973)
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Rediscover: Kinky Friedman Sold American (1973)

Rediscover: Kinky Friedman Sold American 1973 Rediscover is a series of reviews highlighting past releases…

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Concert Review: Viva Voce/Cut Off Your Hands
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Concert Review: Viva Voce/Cut Off Your Hands

Viva Voce returned from touring to play a hometown show/record release at the Wonder. It’s…

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Revisit: Bob Dylan Oh Mercy (1989)
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Revisit: Bob Dylan Oh Mercy (1989)

Revisit: Bob Dylan Oh Mercy 1989 Revisit is a series of reviews highlighting past releases…

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Concert Review: Bill Callahan/Bachelorette
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Concert Review: Bill Callahan/Bachelorette

Like the presumed eagle Bill Callahan wishes we could become (based on the title of…

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