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Hardcore Scene Thrives … Wherever It Can Find a Place PDF Print E-mail
Music - Feature Stories
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Tuesday, 11 June 2002 18:00
If you saw John Music, the lead singer of Provoke, you would probably be able to guess he was part of the hardcore music scene, with the tattoos that peak out from his chest and run down his left calf. But looking at Terry Johnson from another local hardcore/progressive band named Transmission 13, you could never guess that they had any affiliation at all.

 
Local Prog-Rock Outfit Looks Forward PDF Print E-mail
Music - Feature Stories
Tuesday, 04 June 2002 18:00
When last we left the local ambient-art-rock group INTENSITY!, it had just released a two-song album of nearly 50 minutes with the title The Stone of Madness. So we might call It All Starts Tomorrow progress toward something that at least acknowledges convention.

 
Quad Cities Jazz Fest Builds an All-Star Band PDF Print E-mail
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Tuesday, 21 May 2002 18:00
With two music events and a clinic for children, the Quad Cities Jazz Festival promises to brighten your Memorial Day weekend with spectacular music from nine stellar acts. The Quad Cities Jazz Fest runs Thursday through Saturday and includes singer Marilyn Maye, saxophonist Kim Park, the Southwest Missouri Jazz Band, trombonist Paul McKee, trumpet player Manny Lopez, pianist Mulgrew Miller, bassist Jim Widner, drummer Jim Ekloff, and guitarist Rick Haydon.

 
Bowing Down to the Blues PDF Print E-mail
Music - Feature Stories
Tuesday, 07 May 2002 18:00
In an age of pristine and perfectly recorded CDs, Ryan Flaherty’s debut album, Dimestore Blues, is the kind of thing that would sound best on crackling vinyl. The did-it-himself collection of 10 songs – seven originals and three covers – has a rough charm that (intentionally or not) recalls the scratchy, popping recordings of the blues masters from many decades ago.

 
Iowa City Blinded by Galactic Supernova PDF Print E-mail
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Tuesday, 23 April 2002 18:00
I must preface this by stating that I knew little of Galactic not long ago. I’d heard them recommended during innocent eavesdropping. I’d heard the ravings among the best of the ragtag new-wave wannabe hippies. I’d even heard some cuts off of one of the band’s albums (don’t ask me which), and I really liked them.

 
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