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Fromt he realm of, “Seriously? Here of all places?” comes the story that Boston is cracking down on mosh pits. According to the Boston Herald, The House of Blues located in Boston was recently cited for its security not intervening in a most pit that took place on February 21 during a Flogging Molly show.… read more

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It would seem that being a woman beater is not harming Chris Browns career in any way, shape or form. Must be nice. Following an appearance last week on Good Morning America where he was so enraged by an interview that he broke a window, Chris Brown was back on ABC tonight to appear on… read more

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Music

December 2 2010

Grammy Nominations 2011

I am not nearly as up on current music as I once was, but when I saw Justin Bieber nominated for multiple Grammys … well, I had to chime in. Are people in the music industry smoking crack? Oh, wait, I know, they’re trying to make the Grammys actually seem relevant and draw in young… read more

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It’s beginning to seem like the time around the holidays is also when we find out what shows on Broadway just aren’t cutting it. Last Dec. I reported on a bunch of shows closing on Broadway (which probably ended up being one of my most controversial posts ever and led to a week long verbal fight with… read more

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Many people have already been joking about the Broadway musical Spider-Man; Turn Off The Dark because it keeps getting delayed, and has racked up a $60 million dollar budget, the biggest in the history of the medium. Despite all of this, the show is indeed finally going on … and it looks to be an… read more

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You know, I have no clue why TV shows feel they have to do Halloween episodes because they rarely work, but sometimes you do one that is just so bad that you aren’t even sure it was about the holiday … or anything for that matter. I have not watched Glee before, but I couldn’t… read more

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As I mentioned yesterday, Flogging Molly was coming to my town, and, yes, I did make it to the show.  Seeing as I am always looking for things to blog about, here is a review of the show.  And, yes, also a review of how the show was run, which was … well, just read… read more

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Normally a concert coming to someone’s town shouldn’t be that big of a deal, but when your town has a population of only 17,000 locals and 6,000 students, it tends to be a big event.  You would think everyone would be talking about it, but that doesn’t seem to always be the case. Case in… read more

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Is there any sane person left in the music industry? According to CNET, both the American Society of Composers, Authors and Publishers (ASCAP) and Broadcast Music Inc. (BMI) have gone to Apple over being paid performance fees for streaming radio audio, for music played in downloads of films and TV shows, and 30-second song samples.… read more

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If you haven’t heard of Spotify yet, don’t worry, many others haven’t also. However, don’t be surprised if it doesn’t become a household name within the next few years. Spotify is a fairly young music service that launched on Oct. 7, 2008 in Western Europe.  While it has been in its invitation only beta stage… read more

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Folks, please, just… stop. I have really tried refraining from even touching on the subject of Michael Jackson, but this has now reached absurd proportions.  I can understand fans being sad at his passing, but the idea that the website set up to award tickets to his memorial service (which the fact they are giving… read more

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It has been a year since I tackled the subject of the Dancing With The Stars band, and it seems I need to do it again. Back on April 15th of 2008 I took on the subject of the Dancing With The Stars band, and Harold Wheeler, the band conductor and arranger.   In the… read more

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