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Special to MergeDigitalSurviving as a musician -- surviving meaning working and making money at it -- can almost never be done. And Ricky Bell knows this as much as any struggling, and hungry, musician. But after winning the Second Annual Lehigh Valley Acoustic Performers...
Scattered about the floor of Winter Sound Recording Studio was the flotsam of hundreds of rock 'n' roll sessions: broken drum sticks, scraps of paper, extension cords, assorted microphone and drum stands in various degrees of disrepair. A trash can in...
7TH ANNUAL PODUNK BLUEGRASS FESTIVAL July 25 - 27 - Lineup includes: Thurs, Thunder Mountain Bluegrass, Amy Gallatin and Stillwaters; Fri, open bluegrass scramble (bring instrument), Blistered Fingers, Thunder Mountain Bluegrass, the Larkins, Austin...
Tags: Culture, Rivers, Johnny Winter, Ziggy Marley, Natalie Cole
Special to the TribuneIn Y2K, the concept of folk-rock music being revolutionary seems unlikely. However, in the '60s, when the British band Fairport Convention first played their blend of traditional folk on electric instruments, they rocked the folk scene in the British...
Special to the TribuneSurprising as it may seem, Tuesday's performance by Jethro Tull at Ravinia was that venerable band's debut at the North Shore venue. They were too big a draw for the venue during the band's commercial heyday in the early '70s, and it is only with the...
Tribune rock criticReunion tours are the refuge of faded rock stars looking for one more payday. From the Who to the Sex Pistols, these events turn once-revolutionary sounds into the soothing hum of nostalgia, as both performers and audience seek to relive their youth....
Tags: Brian Eno, Arts, Moby, Warren Zevon, Sex Pistols (music group)
This column aims to provide at least one reason a week to see live music, and today's subject--Aqualung (no relation to the title of Jethro Tull's fourth album, by the way)--is no exception. But Aqualung's forthcoming North American debut album,...
Arts & Features EditorSaturday night diners and partiers were out aplenty on The Avenue recently. From Lantana, West Palm Beach, Deerfield Beach, Fort Lauderdale, other towns, other states they came, to hang at the clubs, dine at the snazzy eateries or to see and be seen at...
Sun-SentinelPam Grunow wasnt mourning. Her heart was filled with joy, she said. If Barry were there, hed be smiling. The day was filled with the music of the 1960s band Jethro Tull. Photos of Grunow and his family in happy times decorated classroom doors of the...
SPECIAL TO THE TIMESFriday February 21, 1997 "Message to Love," Murray Lerner's documentary on the Isle of Wight Festival, has been a source of frustration to the filmmaker for 25 years. That's how long it took him to get the money to make a proper film from footage...
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