Peter Bjorn and JohnIn 2006, when Peter, Bjorn and John broke through with their catchy hit song "Young Folks," which might be more commonly known as "that whistle song," the blogosphere ate it up, and so did droves of newly acquired American fans. Rightfully so: Writer's Block was one of the bes ... More >>
Frank MicelottaChristina AguileraAs Lady Gaga proceeds to hog the female pop-star spotlight, our Britneys and our Jessicas are slowly fading into the background--but not without a fight. Christina Aguilera recently teamed up with electroclashers Le Tigre for the track "I Hate Boys" on her new rec ... More >>
Sam MertenCheck out our slide show! To a casual observer, Homeless Games Day at Reverchon Park looked like a typical company picnic or a church field day. The adults played volleyball, touch football, horseshoes and engaged in plenty of good-natured trash talk on the basketball court, while the kid ... More >>
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A great year for local music gets better
With Unincorporated, the Earl Harvin Trio is no longer a jazz band. It's whatever it wants to be.
Narrow margins remind us that everyone's a winner
Will this year's best local records survive the millennium?
We don't want to tell One Ton how to run its business, but...
Red Garland played with legends and then became one. So why is he barely known in his hometown?
Earl Harvin Trio's new record is double the brilliance, which might be the trouble
Pianist Cedar Walton has played with and known -- and been -- the best
It's Hard to Swallow, but Vanilla Ice goes...metal?
Wynton Marsalis sideman Wessell Anderson is Leaning House's best hope to make some noise
Glasspack channels the unholy ghosts of the Monsters of Rock
The cocktail country of the Lucky Pierres proves to be the right mix
All the bands that fit,and one that quit
This was the year local music broke, but was it fixed?