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Country duo Florida Georgia Line has been openly accepting criticism for their music, a hip-hop inspired country, or what some like to call “bro-country.” Some dismiss their style as a passing fad, that they are too immature and not enough country. The duo, made up of Tyler Hubbard and Brian Kelley, don’t mind though. They have stuck it to the critics with a new album called Anything Goes, which was released last week, and they're embracing the nay-sayers. In a recent interview with the Journal... [Read more]

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If haunted houses aren’t your thing, there are still plenty of events that will put you in the Halloween spirit. Here are a few of my recommendations: 1.) Wicked – As one of the most popular musicals of the past decade, Wicked tickets are a great way to celebrate October with the whole family. Share in the story of Elphaba, the Wicked Witch of the West, and Glinda the Good in this prequel to The Wizard of Oz. A Tony Award-winning production, Wicked will not disappoint. It may even give you few ... [Read more]

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Who is Melissa Etheridge ? Well, I’m not a super-fan, but I do like her music and think she’s pretty rad, so I’ll try to help you out. A Berklee College of Music dropout, this singer/songwriter/guitarist got her start in Los Angeles in the 80s like a lot of rock artists do - by playing in bars. Etheridge released three albums from 1988 to 1992, and broke into the mainstream scene with her fourth album in 1993, allowing her to become one of the most popular rock artists of the 90s. She won two G... [Read more]

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Over sixty bands will pack onto the campus of Keene State College tomorrow for the 14th annual Keene Music Festival in southern New Hampshire. On the schedule is local CT indie rock band, Brotherhood of Thieves, who will play Stage 14 at 4:00 PM. “We are really looking forward to sharing a stage with so many talented musicians,” says Nicholas Cole, lead guitarist. “It’s a great way to kick off Labor Day weekend and take part in the unique Keene community.” With over twelve performance areas, Kee... [Read more]
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Phish has been on tour nearly all summer, and they’re not stopping anytime soon. The hip Vermont-based jam band will continue rocking into autumn as they play the west coast through November. Phish has been going strong since the 1980s, and their cult-like following is only increasing with each new generation of earthy-crunchy, Trader Joe’s-loving neo-hippies. Though the band has never received any type of mainstream airplay, Phish’s dedicated fan base has ensured continuous success, picking up ... [Read more]
Murder? Mayhem? No. Just two of the hottest boy bands in the world and their most painfully vocal fans. August 1st marked the beginning of the North American leg of One Direction’s “Where We Are” tour with opener 5 Seconds of Summer, the Australian pop punk band with an equal knack for causing those high-pitched shrieks only teenage girls can make (Harry Styles allegedly cured a girl of laryngitis earlier this year after not speaking for six months because her need to squeal was that powerful). ... [Read more]

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The title of Lana Del Rey’s third album, Ultraviolence, initially appealed to me because of its reference to A Clockwork Orange by Anthony Burgess, one of my favorite novels. Like the book (and Kubrick’s excellent film adaptation), Lana Del Rey’s newest release is dark and poignant with an essence of the surreal. Burgess wrote A Clockwork Orange in a form of Russian-influenced English, which is important for readers because it acts as a sort of barrier, or protective force, as the disturbing eve... [Read more]

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