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Music Stars React Passionately to Alton Sterling Shooting

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Many of the stars from the music industry are putting their foot down on the latest, senseless life lost to the hands of police in that of Alton Sterling and Philando Castile. Chris Brown went as far as writing and releasing a song to highlight the injustice and struggles. Beyonce released a message on her website…

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De La Soul’s New Single, ‘Pain,’ featuring Snoop Dogg, Is Worthy of your iPod

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De La Soul has and will always be one of my favorite hip hop bands. Their flowy, soft rhymes can have me head bobbing one second or singing at the top of my lungs the next.  Mega hits like “Buddy,” featuring Tribe Called Quest, and Me, Myself and I, are consistently on lists for the greatest hip hop songs of all…

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This Week’s Music News: Paul Simon Retiring? DMX, Snoop, Van Morrison Release New Albums

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Each Friday we’ll post all the latest news in the music industry so your Happy Hour lingo stays tight.   New Apple Technology Could Disable Your Camera During Concerts | Complex The technology works using infrared signals. Realistically, there is no current evidence that Apple actually plans to use this technology. George W. Bush, Taylor Swift and Chris Brown…

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Concert Review: Dead & Company Add to the Summer Heat in Camden, NJ

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Perhaps my biggest musical regret in life is that I didn’t get into the Grateful Dead until my senior year of high school. Jerry Garcia passed away less than a year after I started devouring Dead tunes as fast as I could. At the time, I would scour Jack’s Music Shoppe in Red Bank, NJ, for any…

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An Intimate Show with Moon Taxi – June 4, 2016

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Live rock n’ roll shows come in so many flavors: Indoor, Outdoor, Festivals, Arenas, football stadiums, house parties, dive bars, Red Rocks, the Pyramids, on and on. While I thoroughly enjoy the acoustics of arena and club shows, nothing beats seeing one of your favorite bands in an intimate venue no matter where it is. I…

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