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Son Volt
Notes of Blue
Apr 5, 2017 | by | No Comments | Read →

Notes of Blue starts out with a note of comfort. “Promise the World” takes me right back to the late '90s, when Jay Farrar and Son Volt played with confidence...


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Album Reviews

Son Volt
Notes of Blue
Son Volt Notes of Blue

Notes of Blue starts out with a note of comfort. “Promise the World” takes me right back to the late '90s, when Jay Farrar and Son Volt played with confidence...

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Run the Jewels
Express Live, Columbus, January 16
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Past Perfect

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A Very British Synthesizer Group
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by Sebastian Bach
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Sebastian Bach is, first and foremost, an entertainer. Whether singing with Skid Row, playing Gil on Gilmore Girls, starring in reality TV shows like VH1’s...

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Something Wicked

Space:
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When the guitarist said they were CME, a voice from the crowd asked what it stood for, to which he haltingly replied, “Chinese... Mars... Experiment.” Such is life...

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