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Thursday, January 16,2014

Ska hooks and lines

Reel Big Fish turns 21

By L. Kent Wolgamott
“These days, you want to leave a show feeling like you’ve been somewhere. We do our best to give them a fun show, that kind of experience, and the music, universally, just makes people go crazy — in a good sort of way.“ The music is ska-punk, something RBF helped pioneer in the United States in the 1990s along with other Orange County, Calif.
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Thursday, October 31,2013

Chemistry without a textbook

Vintage Trouble members knew they had something special from beat one

By L. Kent Wolgamott
Vintage Trouble might just have the best live show going.
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Thursday, June 27,2013

More than your average bass player

Bassist Dave Schools explains why Widespread Panic is his dream gig

By L. Kent Wolgamott
For Widespread Panic, it’s all about the flow. That’s the term bassist Dave Schools uses to describe the onstage communication and instrumental interplay transmitted among the members of the band that, when it’s right, makes for one of their legendary improvisation-spiced performances.
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Thursday, May 30,2013

High guru of shock rock

For Marilyn Manson, there's nothing he can do but confuse you

By L. Kent Wolgamott
Marilyn Manson doesn’t want to be shocking. In fact, he says that’s impossible.
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Thursday, May 16,2013

No rules

Frankly, Opeth doesn’t care how you define metal

By L. Kent Wolgamott
Akerfeldt, singer/songwriter/guitar/driving force of Opeth, says touring is how the band became known outside of Sweden and how it built its following and reputation.
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Thursday, June 28,2012

True patriots ask questions

Martin Sexton hates political parties and wants to talk about it

By L. Kent Wolgamott
When Martin Sexton sings these days, he’s trying to make a difference, bringing attention to pervasive social and political issues while bringing a diverse audience together.
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Thursday, June 16,2011

Super CD

Black Lips teamed up with Mark Ronson for latest album

By L. Kent Wolgamott
Black Lips make often chaotic, always entertaining, never-heard-on-the-radio, “flower punk” garage rock. So what were they thinking working with glitter-pop producer Mark Ronson?
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Thursday, March 17,2011

Keep on truckin'

Drive-By Truckers release second album from 2010 sessions

By L. Kent Wolgamott
'I don't really see those categories anymore,' he says. 'I think what Loretta Lynn did was as much soul music as what Aretha Franklin did. It was soul music from a different place. I don't see what rock 'n' roll artists are doing as much different from what country artists do.
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Thursday, May 20,2010

Fun is what Cobra Starship does best

By L. Kent Wolgamott
"We worked on this for over a year," he says. "It feels like something that is ripe and ready to entertain. We really want to turn it loose. It's exciting [what has] happened with the single. Hopefully, that will be indicative of what the record will do."
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Thursday, January 7,2010

Rev. Horton Heat confesses to less punk, more country on new album

By L. Kent Wolgamott
Reverend Horton Heat wants his fans to know that he’s still the same psychobilly, even if his new album doesn’t sound like it. That CD, Laughin’ and Cryin’ with the Reverend Horton Heat, is filled with honky-tonk and rockabilly, but there’s not much punk to be found on the record, a rather dramatic departure for the good reverend.
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