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Thursday, April 3,2014

G-Love and Special Sauce learn to G-love their new album

Longtime Philadelphia band gets back to its roots

By Alan Sculley
Philadelphia’s G. Love and Special Sauce will be doing two consecutive nights at the Boulder Theater, Friday, April 11 and Saturday, April 12. But Sugar, the new studio album dropping April 22 that Love is in town promoting is not at all the album he was ready to release when he returned from a recording session in Seattle last year.
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Thursday, February 20,2014

Surprise funk

If you weren’t paying attention, Keller Williams’ latest might shock you

By Alan Sculley
Circumstances took Williams and his music in directions that made some of his influences — including funk — less obvious than they might have otherwise been. As he noted, he became a solo performer out of necessity, not preference.
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Thursday, January 2,2014

Moments of panic, averted

When manager, band members quit, the core of In This Moment persevered

By Alan Sculley
As work was set to begin on a new album, manager Rob Blasko dropped the band In This Moment. Then, three weeks later, two band members, guitarist Blake Bunzel (who shared music writing duties with Howorth) and drummer Jeff Fabb abruptly quit the group. Somehow, they endured.
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Wednesday, November 27,2013

Electronic musician Pretty Lights: Mapping the sun

Pretty Lights aims for the stars

By Alan Sculley
Right now, electronic music is more than a trend. It’s a tidal wave. Stars like Tiesto, Skrillex and David Guetta are filling arenas, and according to multiple media reports, cashing checks totaling tens of millions each year.
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Thursday, November 7,2013

Straight, no filler

Buddy Guy, 77, is still producing like mad

By Alan Sculley
Buddy Guy’s new release, Rhythm & Blues, is a rarity in an era when EPs and singles are becoming popular formats to release new music. It’s a double album, 22 all-new tracks deep.
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Thursday, October 17,2013

Wale looks ahead with 'The Gifted'

By Alan Sculley
Rapper Wale has never made a secret of his desire to have each of his albums outsell the others and attain major popularity. He named his second album Ambition, after all.
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Thursday, October 3,2013

Success breeds new wheels

Indie singer-songwriter Laura Stevenson rolls through Colorado

By Alan Sculley
Laura Stevenson knew from an early age that she loved music — enough, in fact, to believe it probably would always be a big part of her life.
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Thursday, August 29,2013

Performance plus music

He's My Brother She's My Sister puts in the extra effort for live shows

By Alan Sculley
People who see He’s My Brother She’s My Sister can expect the band to be able to faithfully reproduce the songs from their recently released full-length debut CD, Nobody Dances In This Town, in a live setting.
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Thursday, August 15,2013

For the love of it

Lyle Lovett, always the maverick, is looking forward to being a musical free agent

By Alan Sculley
Lyle Lovett doesn’t let himself get tied down to a set list with his concerts. Yes, he has one, but it’s hardly set in stone. To script a show so tightly would rob Lovett of one of his main joys of performing, the flexibility to respond to the audience and play requests or to alter the selection of songs to fit the mood of the evening.
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Thursday, April 18,2013

Joe Bonamassa: Blues workhorse

The music never stops for New York bluesman

By Alan Sculley
Joe Bonamassa’s recently released concert CD, Beacon Theatre: Live From New York, isn’t advertised as a homecoming show, but in a very real sense, it was a return to his beginnings.
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