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Concert Reviews
Monday, Oct. 24, 2011

Oct. 22, 2011

Drive-By Truckers' songs speak to hope and turmoil, figuratively traveling the back roads from the band's native South through the rest of the country. Saturday night that road led to the Turner Hall Ballroom, where the Athens, Ga., rock 'n' roll vet...
Music Feature
Wednesday, Jan. 12, 2011
Like many bands, Milwaukee’s Sat. Nite Duets frequently takes refugee in their basement on weekends to experiment with finding the right sounds. While they may not have the most functional gear, the band has thrived in their basement environment, creating scrappy, psychedelic and dirty rock ’n’ roll. It’s in this environment that scruffy guitar riffs wrap loosely...
Music Feature
Wednesday, Nov. 24, 2010
Sometimes it takes a journey into untamed seas to discover riches, while other times treasures can mysteriously wash ashore. When it comes to creating music for the U.K. band Stornoway, named after the Scottish seaside town, there are countless chances to uncover new and exciting surprises. There’s a bit of a seaside atmosphere and sense of discovery that flows through the band’s debut, Beachcomber’s Windowsill...
Music Feature
Wednesday, Oct. 13, 2010
With a sound steeped in tradition, songwriting that’s earned them comparisons to Woody Guthrie and a young Bruce Springsteen, and a combination of perseverance and gutsy determination, New York’s tightknit back-porch Americana/folk rock troubadours The Felice Brothers have gone from playing family barbecues in their Catskill Mountains-based hometown...
Concert Reviews
Wednesday, Sept. 1, 2010

Aug. 31, 2010

When it comes to making a shocking impression, Alice Cooper has the perfect formula. For nearly five decades Cooper has been pioneering an off-shoot of hard-rock frequently called shock rock, and has lately taken on a particular fascina...