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Thursday, August 29,2013

Performance plus music

He's My Brother She's My Sister puts in the extra effort for live shows

By Alan Sculley
People who see He’s My Brother She’s My Sister can expect the band to be able to faithfully reproduce the songs from their recently released full-length debut CD, Nobody Dances In This Town, in a live setting.
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Thursday, August 15,2013

For the love of it

Lyle Lovett, always the maverick, is looking forward to being a musical free agent

By Alan Sculley
Lyle Lovett doesn’t let himself get tied down to a set list with his concerts. Yes, he has one, but it’s hardly set in stone. To script a show so tightly would rob Lovett of one of his main joys of performing, the flexibility to respond to the audience and play requests or to alter the selection of songs to fit the mood of the evening.
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Thursday, April 18,2013

Joe Bonamassa: Blues workhorse

The music never stops for New York bluesman

By Alan Sculley
Joe Bonamassa’s recently released concert CD, Beacon Theatre: Live From New York, isn’t advertised as a homecoming show, but in a very real sense, it was a return to his beginnings.
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Thursday, March 21,2013

A live experiment

Dan Deacon makes the stage his lab

By Alan Sculley
Plenty of musicians say the live show is where their music really comes alive and songs can take on a new life, evolving into something different — and often better — than the versions fans are accustomed to hearing on a record.
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Thursday, January 17,2013

Bullet with a change for rockers Nonpoint

Rotating members, a career on the edge of the mainstream haven’t derailed the band

By Alan Sculley
To put it mildly, Nonpoint went through a major transition heading into its seventh album when it replaced two band members — guitarist Zach Broadrick and bassist Ken “KB” MacMillan — with three new recruits, lead guitarist Dave Lizzio, rhythm guitarist Rasheed Thomas and bassist Adam Wolosyzn.
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Thursday, January 3,2013

Canuck crooners Jepsen and Bieber tour together

Carly Rae Jepsen rides the Justin Bieber boost

By Alan Sculley
Carly Rae Jepsen admitted that she felt a little uneasy when she stepped on stage for her first night opening for Justin Bieber on that teen star’s fall arena tour. It was, after all, her first time performing in such a large venue.
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Thursday, November 29,2012

Killswitch Engage is looking back to look forward

Band reflects on old album

By Alan Sculley
“It basically was just the foundation of the start of our career,” says Dutkiewicz (known by his nickname “Adam D” to many fans). “I guess after that record was released and everybody started talking about it, we just felt things really pick up and things just really blossomed after it."
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Thursday, September 6,2012

Don’t call them rappers

The Knux wants to be a rock band

By Alan Sculley
With its first major label release, 2008’s Remind Me in 3 Days, The Knux immediately got touted as one of the most innovative and different-sounding new acts in hip-hop. There was only one problem with that sort of talk.
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Thursday, August 30,2012

A final bow

Incubus releases live DVD, finishes final tour before break

By Alan Sculley
“It really wasn’t all that strange because we do little promo stuff all over the place,” Kenney says, noting that launching a new album typically involves playing at radio stations and for other movers and shakers.
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Thursday, August 16,2012

Still playing folk guitar

Stephen Stills, now touring with Crosby and Nash, almost played bass for Jimi Hendrix

By Alan Sculley
If Stephen Stills isn´t doing cartwheels across the stage and jumping off of amplifiers this summer on his tour with Crosby, Stills & Nash, he´ll have a good excuse.
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