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Blues Traveler, The Marcus King Band & Cranford Hollow play to benefit the Press on Fund in Evans, Ga.

Local promoters, Friends With Benefits Productions (FWBP), once again proved that a successful concert can be organized in the Augusta area after bringing Blues Traveler, The Marcus King Band, and Cranford Hollow to a packed Columbia County Amphitheater. 1,036 more words

2016 Roots N Blues N BBQ Festival

I went to the Roots N Blues N BBQ Festival this weekend and had a blast! Roots N Blues is a weekend-long festival that started in Columbia, Missouri in 2007. 107 more words


The Gord Downie Tapes, 1995, Part II: "I just love meeting other musicians. Period."

By Steve Newton

As most Canadian rock fans know, the Tragically Hip ended its final major tour last Saturday with a gig in its Kingston hometown that was broadcast (and celebrated) nationwide. 198 more words

Canuck Rock



mike and drunk welcome our pal matt from the lotuscast back to the program.  they discuss the following topics…..

nappier is sick again.

JOHN POPPER is on the program.   81 more words


The Gord Downie Tapes, 1995, Part II: life on the road with the Tragically Hip

By Steve Newton

On July 2, 1995, I did my fourth Georgia Straight interview with the Tragically Hip’s Gord Downie. It had only been six months since our previous chat, and it was unusual–even back then, when newspapers were thriving–to publish two feature stories on the same band within such a short span of time. 160 more words

Canuck Rock

Episode 213: Prank Wankers

This week on the Acid Pop Cult Podcast, Jason and Jeremy take a look ahead to one of the most anticipated films of 2016 with ’Suicide Squad.’ They also take a look at Tru TV’s ‘Impractical Jokers’ and offer up a few laughs with some pranks they have pulled over the years. 62 more words


Five Shows To See This August Around Philadelphia

By Michael Cerio

PHILADELPHIA (CBS) — Did you miss out on music in July?

Were you stuck at home when Guns N’ Roses took Philadelphia back to Paradise City? 565 more words