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Wombats American trek makes a Baltimore visit

There’s not a lot of bands I give the title of Road Warriors to.  Sure lots of bands go out and tour, but when you knock out 27 shows across the length and breadth in the  U.S. in just over […]

Wombats American trek makes a Baltimore visit

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There’s not a lot of bands I give the title of Road Warriors to.  Sure lots of bands go out and tour, but when you knock out 27 shows across the length and breadth in the  U.S. in just over […]

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Queen of Soul Aretha Franklin dead at 76

WASHINGTON — Aretha Franklin, "The Queen of Soul," died Thursday morning at her Detroit home, a family statement said Thursday. She was 76. Franklin died at 9:50 a.m. EDT surrounded by family

Taylor Swift: ‘Look What You Made Me Eat!’

Taylor Swift (Eva Rinaldi via Flickr Creative Commons) The biggest news in the music industry is the new release of Taylor Swift’s “Look What You Made Me Do” single (already

Springsteen: Born to Write

On a recent visit to the Book Market in Oakland, my treasured stop in Mountain Maryland, I was immediately tempted by Bruce Springsteen’s autobiography, “Born to Run. As a former

Prince won’t be forgotten

It isn’t very often a musician or band comes along that changes music. Most musicians, songwriters, performers have talent, lots of it, especially if they consistently produce new music. We

While She Sleeps will be live at Fillmore

Sheffield, England’s While She Sleeps have been turning heads ever since their EP release The North Stands For Nothing (2010), and their presence in the rock and metal scene has grown

Documentary chronicles South Africa’s Peace Train through music and dance

Photo above: Sharon Katz (center, with guitar) and members of The Peace Train’s youth choir perform in South Africa after returning from a five-week U.S. tour as ambassadors of Nelson

Drenge debuts in Baltimore to enthusiastic welcome

Baltimore's Metro Gallery was standing room only as the night's opening act gave way to Drenge, the duo-turned-trio British punk rock group performing in Baltimore for the first time. “Ladies

British punk-rocker band Drenge invades Baltimore June 15

The British band Drenge's June 15 performance in Baltimore will be its last stop on the U.S. end of their tour – but Rory Loveless wants you to know

Nickelback: How does everyone love or hate them

Just like every story has a beginning, middle, and end, the dying fad known as Nickelback also has a three part chapter breakdown: the early 90’s grungy sound of

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