"This is my first solo album. I've guest spotted on a couple of bands, I sang songs with the bands The Urge and Sugar Ray a really long time ago, so this is the first solo outing of my own."
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For twenty-two years, KROQ's Almost Acoustic Christmas concert has provided a lineup of iconic rock groups at Universal's Gibson Amphitheater. Put on ...
The Atlanta gathering has been on hiatus since 2006, but returns this weekend with a lineup that will remind festivalgoers why this fest was so influential during its heyday in the late 1990s.
Tucked somewhere around the Jose Cuervo banana-eating contest, the three beneficiaries made their home. Each organization worked to educate the concert-goers about the work they're doing.
It's really hard to imagine the level of creativity and output we see from Sheila E.
Today's rock star is not on a pedestal but rather one of us. Although sixty thousand people were cheering and singing along the feeling was more like they were playing for us around a campfire at the beach.
Cage the Elephant's second album marks a departure of sorts for the band, in that the tracks on this album are arguably more raw, louder, and in your face.
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This week's column features Cage The Elephant, Shuggie Otis, The Fall, Moby, John Zorn and Simon Jeffes.
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