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Brew Ha Ha Bands Bow New Discs PDF Print E-mail
Music - Feature Stories
Tuesday, 16 September 2003 18:00
The two Quad Cities-based bands providing musical accompaniment to WQPT’s Brew Ha Ha in LeClaire Park on Saturday have both released new discs recently, and they’re worthy efforts that suggest there will be plenty of great American music to help the beer go down.

 
The One-Legged Flute Player Speaks PDF Print E-mail
Music - Feature Stories
Tuesday, 09 September 2003 18:00
Rupi’s Dance, Ian Anderson’s fourth solo album, is an exuberant, intelligent work. Anderson’s flute playing is lively and melodic, and his voice seems to have shed 20 years. Although the music is complex, it seamlessly combines elements of Irish, Indian, jazz, and classical music.

 
Local Record Stores Could Join Consumers as Big Winners with Price Cut PDF Print E-mail
Music - Feature Stories
Tuesday, 09 September 2003 18:00
On Monday, the Recording Industry Association of America filed copyright-infringement lawsuits against 261 people for sharing electronic music files over the Internet. The association, or RIAA, has cited electronic piracy as a major cause of plummeting CD sales.

 
Three Bands Get Punk Right PDF Print E-mail
Music - Feature Stories
Tuesday, 02 September 2003 18:00
The Pimps, Chett, and Skintight at Lumpy’s, Friday, August 15 Soundchecking with a hysterical snippet of Skid Row, post-metal fusion quartet Skintight is unabashedly headbanging in its stance and stride.

 
Blues Headliners Highlight Ribfest PDF Print E-mail
Music - Feature Stories
Tuesday, 19 August 2003 18:00
The focus at the River Rockin’ Ribfest is obviously great food, but organizers have also assembled a strong musical lineup to fill your ears while you stuff your face. The festival in Davenport’s LeClaire Park features country music on Friday and oldies on Sunday (see the Live Music section for details), but the highlights are likely to come from a pair of artists on Saturday’s blues card: James Solberg at 7 p.

 
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