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Heartless Bastards

Feb. 17 • Madison Theater

0 Comments · Thursday, February 9, 2012
With 2009’s The Mountain, Erika Wennerstrom and Heartless Bastards transformed themselves from a great garage-stained Indie Blues outfit to a world class Rock band. The contemplative nuances of The   

Vedder, Wyclef and SXSW

0 Comments · Wednesday, March 23, 2011
Some artists are so beloved they could release an album of songs performed on ukulele and fans would still buy the shit out of it. That’s not hyperbole — Eddie Vedder is putting the theory to the test with the upcoming release of Ukulele Songs, a collection of originals and covers performed by Vedder on — you guessed it — a ukulele.  

Bad Veins Fly with Dangerbird, Plus New CDs from Kings of Tragedy and Illshot

2 Comments · Wednesday, March 4, 2009
They've spent the past couple of years working their orchestral Indie Pop magic to music fans and the music industry around the country, and now Bad Veins finally has a record label home. They're soon to become Dangerbird Records recording artists; the deal is in place, and papers just need to be finalized.  

New Name for J. Dorsey Blues, New Lineup for Len's Lounge and Goodbye to the Blue Note

0 Comments · Wednesday, February 11, 2009
The J. Dorsey Blues Band formed three years ago as a duo and morphed into the quartet it is now, featuring Josh Dorsey on guitar and vocals, drummer Andrew Karas, bassist Mike Gregory and Kristen Kreft on keys and vocals. The band's evolution continues with a recently announced 'slight' name change; you can soon call them The J. Dorsey Blues Revival.  

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