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New Found Glory

0 Comments · Thursday, October 24, 2002
Holding the torch passed down from such Pop/Punk powerhouses as Blink 182 and Sum 41 are the new darlings of the genre, New Found Glory. Formed somewhere in Florida in 1997, these five Punk rocker  

Coheed and Cambria

0 Comments · Thursday, October 17, 2002
Maybe Coheed and Cambria guitarist Travis Stever summed it up best when he said, "Label us what you will, it is all in the name of Rock & Roll to us." This four-piece band from the suburbs of Ne  

The Kickovers

0 Comments · Thursday, October 10, 2002
A powerhouse bill of two of Boston's Rawk & Roll finest invades the Southgate House for a little early-week jam-kicking. The Kickovers are a high-octane band steeped in the tradition of powerhous  

Adam Marsland

0 Comments · Thursday, October 3, 2002
L.A.-area singer/songwriter Adam Marsland is no stranger to these parts. That's because he's one of the biggest independent road-dogs out there, doing four tours in one year in support of his ba  


0 Comments · Thursday, September 26, 2002
Following the Mush Records tour from earlier this year (which featured some of the same performers), members of the anticon experimental Hip Hop collective will see if they can once again pack the  

Living Daylights

0 Comments · Thursday, September 19, 2002
Hailing from Seattle, the fusionary Living Daylights are one of the rising stars of the Jam Band subgenre that combines the agile chops of Jazz with the groovalicious mind-meld and exploratory eag  


0 Comments · Thursday, September 12, 2002
Virginia-based rockers Brave began in 1997 under the more effusive name Arise From Thorns, building a reputation for itself on the East Coast with their melodic, atmospheric sound. As the band beg  


0 Comments · Thursday, September 5, 2002
Atlanta's expansive, World Rock group Janah will be pulling though town this week in support of their genre-melding new CD, World That Surrounds You (Rattlesby Records). The band's mix is unique  

The Mayflies USA

0 Comments · Thursday, August 29, 2002
The Mayflies USA are a classic-sounding Pop/Rock band hailing from the nurturing music scene in Chapel Hill, NC. Formed in the mid '90s, the band (who added the "USA" as a joke, not by legal ob  

The Hackensaw Boys

0 Comments · Thursday, August 22, 2002
Watch out for The Hackensaw Boys in town this week -- and not just on the concert stage. The ten-member Bluegrass string band are notorious for unpacking their acoustic instruments on populated st  

Ancient Harmony

0 Comments · Wednesday, August 14, 2002
With a sound that mixes improvisational trippiness with Southern and Roots Rock tendencies, the Albany, Ga.-based quartet Ancient Harmony should please fans of "jam"-minded acts Widespread Panic  

Howlin' Maggie

0 Comments · Thursday, August 8, 2002
The always amazing melodic Rock & Roll masters Howlin' Maggie are winding down the promo push behind their latest album, Hyde, with a handful of shows, including a stop in Cincinnati this weekend  

I Am the World Trade Center

0 Comments · Thursday, August 1, 2002
While the entertainment world scrambled for sensitivity following the Sept. 11 attacks, anyone who was familiar with the Indie Electro Pop duo I Am the World Trade Center had to wonder what they m  


0 Comments · Thursday, July 25, 2002
Indie instrumentalists Dianogah (pronounced Dye-ah-No-gah) not only don't have a singer in their core, but they don't even possess a guitarist. Just a drummer and two bassists. If that sounds li  

Fu Manchu

0 Comments · Thursday, July 18, 2002
Boasting an anvil-heavy sound with a trippy, lysergic bent, SoCal's Fu Manchu are one of the best of the breed of Hard Rock bands who worship at the altar of old Black Sabbath and Black Flag. The