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Wedding date: Jan. 26, 2012 Her story: Shellie Bronis, 27, grew up in Baltimore. She is a marine biologist for the Department of Natural Resources. Her father, Joseph Bronis Jr., is a retired water taxi captain, and her mother, Paulette Bronis, is a...
Tags: Chocolate Cake, Disc Jockeys, Weddings, Stevensville, Marriage
Well, America, now you've done it. By eliminating Dez Duron last week, you’ve officially knocked Christina Aguilera out of competition on "The Voice," and I warned you, I WARNED you, that she would become insufferable if she had nothing else to do...
Years ago, when Justin Jones was homeless, he lived in his Jeep Cherokee. Friends offered their couches and floors for the singer-songwriter to crash on, but he "didn't want to offend other people" with his drug use. "I was just driving around to...
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After weeks – months! – of audiences being inundated with promos for NBC’s “The Voice,” the premiere finally got under way tonight after Super Bowl XLVI. As the NFL crowned this year’s champions in the New York Giants,...
The Salem NewsThe typical Ryan Montbleau song features crisp vocals, jaunty rhythms and thoughtful lyrics. But there's nothing typical about Ryan Montbleau's songs, which leave even their composer searching for comparisons. "I still have trouble describing us to...
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Is Alex Clare a singer or a song? In October this bearded Brit reached No. 7 on the Hot 100 with “Too Close,” a dubstep-inflected power ballad originally released on YouTube in early 2011. Co-produced by the cool-hunting hitmaker Diplo,...
Tags: Rihanna, Justin Bieber, Music, Prince (music artist), Joe Cocker
Lehigh Valley Music presents FESTBLOGIn a time where synthesizing and auto-tuning are the norm, it’s a pleasant surprise to hear music stripped down and acoustic. While new techniques are innovative and exciting, there’s nothing like hearing a song you thought you knew unplugged....
Lehigh Valley Music presents FESTBLOGWhen A Rocket to the Moon came out with its debut album “On Your Side” in 2009, it was lumped in with the wave of young pop-punk bands washing over popular music. Maybe that was fair: Its breakthrough single, “Dakota,”......
Williamsburg's own Bruce Hornsby will be on stage in at Izod Center in East Rutherford, N.J., on Wednesday, Oct. 3, to pay tribute to a rock 'n' roll original: Levon Helm. The drummer and vocalist -- best known for his indelible contributions to The Band...
Tags: John Mayer, Bob Dylan, Mavis Staples, Kris Kristofferson, Music
There's probably no better time for Hartford to land a visit from singer-songwriter Jason Isbell, who's performing at the Wadsworth Atheneum with Amanda Shires on June 8. Isbell's star is on the rise. He and his band, the 400 Unit, just scored four award...
Tags: Music Industry, Concerts, Steve Earle, Aretha Franklin, Music
Plants and Animals The End of That (Secret City) It’s rare to find classic-rock tinged jams with so much swagger and juice that still have a sense of humor (not so much as to be a gag) and real artistry to the lyrics. “The moral of the...
I love "old-time" music. I love the blues, folk and country music of the first half of the 20th Century and the bands of today that celebrate and respect their musical roots. With that said, there is possibly no other band in the U.S. right now who...
Tags: Music Industry, Tom Waits, Music, Music
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