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Local girl does good for self, others with cystic fibrosis (Detroit Free Press)
Emily Schaller plays drums with rock star vigor, like her life depends on it. And when she performs with her band Hellen on Saturday at the Royal Oak Music Theatre, it will depend on it.
Styx puts pedal to the medley in Depot concert (Provo Daily Herald)
In at least one respect, Styx drummer Todd Sucherman can be considered a modern-day Dr. Frankenstein. Sucherman had no idea the monster he was creating when he got the wild idea on a Sunday afternoon several years ago to attempt to breathe new life into more than a dozen neglected songs from Styx's vast back catalog.
Summer Me, Winter Me (All About Jazz)
Some advice for jazz singers: record your disc as if it were a club date. Do it live in the studio; forget about headphones and separate booths, overdubs and tweaking stuff after the fact. Just do it, as they say. Let the music breathe.
Minnesota 59 Indiana 71: Hoosiers switch on power late (Fort Wayne Journal Ga...
BLOOMINGTON ? Blotches of vacant seats pocked both the east and west balconies at Assembly Hall. The student body, often fashionably late anyway finding their seats, was later than usual and a little less maniacally vocal. True that the pep band played and the championship banners swayed, but the usual magic didn?t have the eye or ear wonderment Wednesday that Indiana?s home court typically ...
THIS WEEK: FEB. 23 to MARCH 1, 2007 (Times Leader)
Rob Ritchie, the Canadian singer-songwriter and pianist (formerly of Tanglefoot) performs in concert at the Red Carpet Café, Forty Fort Presbyterian Church, 1224 Wyoming Ave., Forty Fort. Saturday at 7 p.m. $3. 287-7097.
Critic's Choice (Detroit News)
Forget the "Star Spangled Banner."
Playlist (Detroit News)
Joe Louis Arena, 7 p.m. Wed.: My Chemical Romance, $27.25. 600 Civic Center Drive, Detroit. (313) 983-6606.
Report for 02/23/06 (antiMUSIC)
pr-inside reports: A headline from The National Enquirer reads, "BRITNEY ATTEMPTS SUICIDE. THE DRAMATIC RESCUE THAT SAVED HER LIFE." According to various reports, which detail the Enquirer's story: "The source for Enquirer claimed, 'After she shaved off her hair, Britney had a complete breakdown and tried to kill herself.'"
Live Shows (Portland Tribune)
SONGWRITER Carolyn Mark She?s been dubbed ?Ethel Merman?s funnier sister,? and she?s Neko Case?s less famous partner in the Corn Sisters. Carolyn Mark also is one heck of a songwriter and story-spinner and hands-down one of the most entertaining, ...
Culture Calendar (The Downers Grove Sun)
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