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Thursday, May 19,2011

The pleasures of being a professional innovator

Warren Haynes keeps moving with ‘Man In Motion’

By Chris Parker
Haynes is hardly an unknown quantity. The last two decades he's gotten around enough to take over for Verizon's 'Can you hear me now?' guy. Playing with the Allman Brothers, Gov't Mule and the post-Jerry Garcia Dead, Haynes has established him- Stewart O'Shields.
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Thursday, May 12,2011

With our powers combined

Fox Theatre and Boulder Theater welcome inaugural Blues & Roots Summit

By Chris Parker
Indeed, the entire weekend is a testament to their hard work, as it came together quite quickly. It began in November, when Z2 was approached by Media Mechanics, a group of veteran music and radio executives who, among other things, produce the House of Blues radio hour hosted by Dan Aykroyd (found on the Internet at Bluesmobile.
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Thursday, May 5,2011

Musical medics

The Black Angels alter the dosage for 'Phosphene Dream'

By Chris Parker
The Austin, Texas, quintet formed seven years ago around frontman Alex Maas and lead guitarist Christian Bland, childhood friends who reconnected after college, united by their abiding love of music and bands like the 13th Floor Elevators and the Velvet Underground.
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Thursday, March 31,2011

Rockabilly Renaissance

Wanda Jackson shows everyone 'The Party Ain't Over'

By Chris Parker
From the way she carried herself to the way she dressed, Jackson has always expressed a self-determination that was a little ahead of its time. Even now, she's as spunky as ever.
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