That's right Gordon Lightfoot will return to Akron on the second day of Spring...Mmmmmm...Spring...
Anway, here's some stuff about the show.
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Rejoice long-suffering Browns fans and Dawg Pound Members.
It's all going to be different now.
Your beloved Browns have shifted the paradigm, they've made a strategically synergistic and oh, so necessary move to ensure that the future of the Cleveland Browns is as bright and clear as Johnny Frickin' Football's future NFL prospects.To read more or comment...
So wondering what all the graying geezer hipster musicians in Akron & Kent are always yammering about when the "good ol' days" of the 1970s and early 80s come up?
Well, besides the ability for a band to work 3-five nights a week in different venues, there was plenty of good, innovative rock music happening in the basements and on the stages of the Akron/Kent/Cleveland scene.
Well, England's Soul Jazz Records has just released a new compilation called
PUNK 45: Burn Rubber City Burn!
Akron, Ohio : Punk And The Decline Of The Mid West 1975 - 80
that features early singles from Akron/Kent stalwars including Devo, The Waitresses, Tin Huey, Rubber City Rebels, Hammer Dammage, Chi Pig and more!
Check it out at SOUL JAZZ RECORDS!
Gone, but not forgotten, Malcolm has five romantic things to do this week. Want even more Valentine's Day activities to choose from? Click here for more.To read more or comment...
That's right after a stadium tour Kenny Chesney is "downsizing" back to teeny-tiny arenas. Anybody else notice that male country stars seem to be the only artist not named The Rolling Stones that still regularly tour stadiums?)
Sure, One Direction has a stadium tour coming up this summer, also but given the nature of their boy-band fame and audience, there's a pretty good chance that the upcoming tour will be One Direction's last big shake of the money tree before their audience moves on to the next batch of cute boys.
Anyway, Kenny Chesney rockin' stadiums from the digital desk of "Da Q."
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Follow along with Beacon Journal pop music writer Malcolm X Abram tonight during the Grammys.
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Hey, ya can't win 'em all.
So Far The Black Keys have lost "best rock song" and "best rock peformance" to Jack White's Lazaretto and Paramore's Ain't it Fun, respectively
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Gee whiz, that's nice. The Black Keys are allowing PETA to use their hit tune "Howlin' For You" as part of the organization's latest pet adoption campaign which also features a few pet-loving celebrities including Fred Willard and Ru Paul Drag Race contestant Raven, who is apparently famous now.
The Keys haven't been licensing their songs with quite the financial fervor of a few albums ago, but this is good cause.
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