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Vita MN: Norah Jones Crashes Cory Chisel Gig At 7th Street Entry (w/The Candles)

Vita MN: Norah Jones Crashes Cory Chisel Gig At 7th Street Entry (w/The Candles) Somewhere between Gary Louris’s surprise appearance and the last of many times Norah Jones nonchalantly meandered onto the 7th Street Entry stage Monday night, Cory Chisel muttered to the crowd, “I feel like we're a good value for the price.”   No kidding. The “special guest” appearances alluded to on the $15 tickets...added up to one of the more memorable big gigs of recent years in … [Read more...]

MV Times Show Preview: The Lemonheads in Edgartown 7/26

"Lemonheads, Ruel, and Luening at Flatbread" - MV Times Preview "The Lemonheads most recent album of new recordings is their 2009 "Varshons." It is filled with an unusual collection of material and artists. From songs by G.G. Allin to Texas troubadour Townes Van Zandt and garage rockers The Green Fuz, the Lemonheads make each track their own, with help from actress Liv Tyler, who sings back up on Leonard Cohen's "Hey, That's No Way To Say Goodbye," and model Kate Moss, who sings over the … [Read more...]

“Ex-Lemonhead Dando Delivers a Powerful Set” – Lancashire Evening Post

"Ex-Lemonhead Dando Delivers a Powerful Set" - Lancashire Evening Post   "That term tortured genius springs to mind when I think of the supremely-talented Evan Dando, charismatic frontman of 1990s’ US outfit The Lemonheads. The Boston-born troubadour dropped by upstairs at 
UCLan’s music venue on his way to Glastonbury, in an acoustic set showcasing one big man, his guitar and wondrous voice. It’s a tall order to engage an audience when you say so little, but his … [Read more...]

Huffington Post Reviews The Dandy Warhols Live at The Fillmore

The Dandy Warhols Play "Energetically and Candidly" at The Fillmore in San Francisco   "I left the show feeling a bit of hope for my co-millennials. All told, my generation has no right to pronounce judgment on the Dandys. With a bit of luck -- though we may spend a decade or so casually dropping the name of our tech startup, or demurring to eat dandelion greens unless they are certifiably local or wearing bomber jackets while propagating our succulents in our urban alley apartment … [Read more...]

The Red Paintings Concert Review on This Is Not A Scene

The Red Paintings, Rouge Fonce & Solkyri @ The Espy, Melbourne – June 15 Concert Review on This Is Not A Scene   "To describe and understand the experience of a Red Paintings show it’s important to understand the unusual part the whole theatre of the event serves. Rather than the theatre enhancing the listening experience, it’s the listening that enhances the artistic experience (along with the other elements), in part because the balance of control and anarchy leans … [Read more...]