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Charlottesville's Sons of Bill have been working on a new album for a long time. The rootsy rock band's last release was "One Town Away" from 2009. After a successful Kickstarter.com campaign, they're now preparing to unveil the long-awaited follow-up....
Geithner says he is encouraged at progress Europe is making in addressing debt crisis PARIS (AP) -- U.S. Treasury Secretary Timothy Geithner said Wednesday he is very encouraged with the progress Europe is making in coming up with a plan to shore up the...
Another New Year's Eve, another all-out celebration. Time to make plans. The close of 2011 will feature a whole host of fun things to do both individually and as a group all throughout Baltimore come Saturday, Dec. 31. If fireworks are your thing, you'...
Even after all these years, Wilco is still finding new ways to surprise its hometown fans. The group's latest tip of the cap to Chicago arrives in the form of a five-show residency that sees the long-running crew performing in venues it's never properly...
Clarence Clemons tribute concert in Norfolk will feature E Street Band members, Southside Johnny, Gary U.S. BondsAs reported this morning by Daily Press staffer and Bruce Springsteen enthusiast Mike Holtzclaw, Norfolk in January will host a pair of events paying tribute to the late sax player Clarence Clemons. Clemons, a key member of Springsteen's E Street Band...
When singer Roy Orbison was touring England in 1968, it had been four years since he last appeared at the top of the charts with "Oh, Pretty Woman," even though he continued playing live and recording long after the pulse of rock music shifted away from...
Zap2ItIf 2011 doesn't rank as the best time of Neil Diamond's 50-year career, it surely must be close. Just consider the major awards the enduring, Grammy-winning singer-songwriter behind "Sweet Caroline," "Cracklin' Rosie," "I Am ... I Said," "Song Sung Blue"...
Sean Bonniwell, lead singer and songwriter of the Music Machine, a 1960s Los Angeles band regarded as one of the most original of the garage-punk era, has died. He was 71. Bonniwell died Dec. 20 of lung cancer at a medical center in Visalia, Calif., said...
Tags: Music, Folk (genre), Music, Music Industry, Lung Cancer
Before recording their new album, O.A.R. didn't go to their usual rehearsing studio. They set up shop at an old showcase space on the top floor of the Chicago music venue Metro and stayed there for a week. The area, bassist Benj Gershman recalls, was...
Reporter Chris Kaltenbach reviews a concert by Bob Seger and the Silver Bullet Band at 1st Mariner Arena November 25. Funny thing about reviewing Bob Seger in concert: his song titles pretty-much write the review themselves: “Old Time Rock & Roll,...
Tags: Music, 1st Mariner Arena, Vince Gill, Tina Turner, Bob Seger
CNN/KTLA NewsLOS ANGELES, Calif. (CNN) -- Mourners remembered legendary singer Etta James on Saturday as an authentic voice whose velvety vocals bridged genres from blues to rock. The Rev. Al Sharpton presided over her funeral in southern California where she was...
Pop & HissOn their latest album, the Black Keys strip it back to the fundamentals, and they do it without sounding like anyone else. Call it the best rock album of 2011 or 2012. Or both....
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