I just spent way too long on Youtube searching for videos from this past weekend in area concert-going (apparently our spring semester interns' last days have come and gone), and all I came up with were videos from Edgefest 19 up at Pizza Hut Park this past weekend.But beggars can't be choosers I gu ... More >>
We already reminded you once, but what the heck, let's do it again: Sunday is Mother's Day. Remember it. Write it in permanent ink on your hand. Don't spend the next year in the doghouse with mom, because, really, moms rock. Now, onto some actual rock. As always, let's lead with the show's we'v ... More >>
Your daily dose of national music news for Monday, February 16, 2009... Estelle Bennett, member or the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame group, The Ronnettes, died at 67 in her Englewood, New Jersey, home. There must be something about being in Korn that will drive you to salvation: Reginald "F ... More >>
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