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Amanda Palmer

11 years ago by Eryc Eyl
In a match made in piano-rock heaven, Dresden Dolls vamp Amanda Palmer teamed with fellow ivory-tickler Ben Folds to produce this strings-and-spinet stunner. Originally, the singer had planned a low-budget project, showcasing some songs she felt sounded better without Dolls collaborator Brian Viglione's distinctive drumming. And, yes, Palmer's vocal acrobatics,...
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Meet Amanda Palmer's Inquiring Mind

5 years ago by Danny Gallagher
Former Dresden Dolls singer Amanda Palmer may be known as a musician, a writer and a public speaker but they all have a common thread that a crowd of beered-up concert goers may not be able to realize. They are all about asking something from someone. As an entertainer and...
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Amanda Palmer and Neil Gaiman Cover Leon Payne's "Psycho"

8 years ago by Audra Schroeder
Amanda Palmer and Neil Gaiman's Violitionist Session is finally up, and it includes a cover of San Antonio country singer Leon's Payne's oft-covered "Psycho," which recounts a series of violent acts by the narrator, who, at the end of the song, claims his "mind just walked away." Gaiman does a...
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Girls Rock Dallas Gets a Little Help From Amanda Palmer, Goes IndieGoGo

8 years ago by Audra Schroeder
Last night, Dresden Dolls singer Amanda Palmer was in town, mixing her new album with the ubiquitous John Congleton. Not only did she do a Violitionist Session with Neil Gaiman (yes, Neil Gaiman was in Denton, let that sink in), she also donated money to Girls Rock Dallas. They've declared...
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Amanda Fucking Palmer Was an Uplifting Mother-to-Be at Granada Theater Last Night

5 years ago by Molly Mollotova
Amanda Fucking Palmer Granada Theater, Dallas Wednesday, April 15, 2015 Amanda Palmer -- or, to give her proper billing, Amanda Fucking Palmer -- is about to be a mother. When she played Granda Theater last night, it was a special occasion not only because it was her first Dallas appearance...
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Neil Gaiman Reads Scenes From New Amazon Series 'Good Omens' at Dallas Appearance

2 years ago by Katy Lemieux
As Doug Curtis, CEO of AT&T Performing Arts Center, took the stage Friday night, he joked about the pressure of introducing an artist with such a devoted following. The Neil Gaiman fans were out in force at the sold-out Winspear Opera House, and for the two-hour performance, one of four...
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The Dresden Dolls Have Their Hands Full.

9 years ago by Doug Davis
Pianist/singer Amanda Palmer (or Amanda Fucking Palmer to her fans) is having a great fucking day. It's the Friday of Halloween weekend—just hours before her final performance as the master of ceremonies in the American Repertory Theater's acclaimed two-month production of Cabaret in her hometown of Boston. In two days,...
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The 10 Best Recording Studios in Dallas-Fort Worth

3 years ago by Molly Mollotova
Behind every great record there's a recording studio, and in the sprawl of Dallas-Fort Worth, musicians have plenty of options to choose from. In fact, as the local music scene has enjoyed an upswing in recent years, its been powered in part by a host of new studios — as...
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See St. Vincent's Modern Art Show

12 years ago by Chelsea Mueller
Whilst doing a little MP3 blog trolling over the weekend, we stumbled across a pleasant surprise: The night after DC-9 Park fave St. Vincent joined the likes of Peter and the Wolf, Doug Burr, Tame...Tame and Quiet and other notables at the Modern Art Museum of Fort Worth, music blog...

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