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Tori Takes On Eminem PDF Print E-mail
Music News
Written by John James   
Tuesday, 10 July 2001 18:00
• Details of the upcoming Tori Amos album are out, and as a connoisseur of covers, I’m psyched: The entire album is a covers affair. Strange Little Girls is due September 18 and reveals a bit of the pixie dust beneath her scarlet cap.

 
Local Metalfest Set for Late July PDF Print E-mail
Feature Stories
Tuesday, 10 July 2001 18:00
Cornstock at Halftime There’s no motivator quite like a 14-year-old boy at loose ends. Robert Horton’s son is that age. “He was bored, and he wanted to go to the Pig Pen [for the Pigstock music festival last month], but nobody would drive him.

 
Surprisingly Edgy Outfits Fill Out Summerfest PDF Print E-mail
Feature Stories
Tuesday, 10 July 2001 18:00
Among the summer festivals in the Quad Cities, none is more diverse than Summerfest, scheduled for Thursday through Saturday, July 12 through 14, in The District of Rock Island’s Great River Plaza. The event features carnival rides, live music, food, and on Saturday, an antique market that’s new this year.

 
Want a New Record? Ante Up PDF Print E-mail
Music News
Written by John James   
Wednesday, 04 July 2001 18:00
• Never underestimate the value of your fan base. Two bands from the UK are taking a unique stance on the production of their new albums, with their fans directly involved in footing the bill. Fans of Marillion set the stage for things to come back in 1997, when the band’s fan base was informed that a proposed North American tour wasn’t financially feasible.

 
Saffire Still Shines in a Man’s Blues World PDF Print E-mail
Feature Stories
Wednesday, 04 July 2001 18:00
Gaye Adegbalola doesn’t want it getting out that if it hadn’t been for the departure of her high-school music teacher, “I probably would have gone into classical music.” But fortunately for us, Adegbalola withdrew from music when her mentor left, taking science classes instead of playing her flute.

 
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