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"Every Breaking Wave" is the next U2 classic

December 12, 2014
"Every Breaking Wave" is the latest classic U2 song. [Read more]

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Lana Del Rey and Courtney Love just announced a joint 2015 tour. This was immediately interesting to the media because over the summer, Courtney’s daughter, Frances Bean Cobain, called Lana out via Twitter after Lana expressed that she wished she were dead already in an interview with The Guardian. Frances Bean noted that premature death is nothing to romanticize being that her father, Kurt Cobain, killed himself at the young age of 27. Lana later apologized to Frances and blamed The Guard... [Read more]

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Thanksgiving is only six days away! Though American culture has decided it's time to crank out the Christmas tunes already, hold your ground for at least a few more hours by volunteering to be in charge of the music selection on Thanksgiving Day. Make both your hipster cousin and your classic rockin' uncles happy with this carefully-arranged, soulful turkey day playlist. 1.) "Gratitude" – Paul McCartney 2.) "Mama I’m Coming Home" – Ozzy Osbourne 3.) "Thank You" – Led Zeppelin 4.) "November" – ... [Read more]

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I was a bit surprised to learn that Kenny Chesney and Jason Aldean are going on tour together in 2015 because their styles are drastically different. Chesney is classic country – his voice is soulful, his songs make you feel good. Chesney won Entertainer of the Year at the CMAs four out of five years from 2004-2008. Aldean, however, is new era – his style aligns more with rock and hip-hop, his songs are rougher. Aldean has only won two CMAs, one of which was for a duet with Kelly Clarkson where ... [Read more]

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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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table.onsalesTable {border-collapse: collapse; width="100%";} td {padding-top:.5em; padding-bottom:.5em; padding-right:10px;} td.eventName {font-weight:bold;} h4 {text-align:left} p { margin-top:1em; margin-bottom:1em } Here's a list of the hottest events with dates going on sale this week. Our events of the week are Fleetwood Mac and The Who! Following their 50th anniversary last year, the Who are setting out on their final world tour. It's sure to be epic, so don't miss out on your last chan... [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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