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Win a pair of tickets to see avant-jazz and funk group The Word featuring Robert Randolph, John Medeski, and North Mississippi Allstars with Amy Helm & the Handsome Strangers… 49 more words

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Forecastle Day 2 Review: The Word, My Morning Jacket and More!

July 18, 2015
Riverfront Park
Louisville, Kentucky

Review by Matt Wickstrom

After not making it to Louisville’s beautiful Riverfront Park on Friday for the opening day of Forecastle, I was more excited than ever to get my first taste of arguable the biggest music festival in the bluegrass state. 896 more words

MIT Hillel Rabbi and Head Chaplain Defend Colleague With Terror Fundraising Past

Breitbart, by  ILYA FEOKTISTOV & CHARLES JACOBS, May 28, 2015:

On May 11th, we released a mini-documentary on Breitbart.com chronicling how Suheil Laher, MIT’s Muslim Chaplain for sixteen years, raised money for Al Qaeda affiliates around the world, incited Boston Muslims… 1,233 more words


Robert Randolph and the Family Band 2015 Tour

Daniel Rich Galinson serves as a national account manager at Solutran, located in Minneapolis, Minnesota. In his leisure time, Daniel Rich Galinson enjoys listening to a wide range of funk and blue grass music, and one of his favorite groups is Robert Randolph and the Family Band. 105 more words

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SONIC WAVES REVIEW....Bachman/Heavy Blues

What do Neil Young,Peter Framptom,Jeff Healy(Rip),Joe Bonamassa,Robert Randolph,Luke Doucet and my homeboy from Rival Sons Scott Holiday have in common?

They all rip out some real cool guitar solos on different tracks on the new release by Randy Bachman called Bachman/Heavy Blues. 1,019 more words

SONIC WAVES...Album Reviews

Robben Ford - Into The Sun (Released Via Mascot Label Group On March 31st) reviewed by Ian O’Regan

Into The Sun is the follow-up to last year’s A Day in Nashville and 2013’s Bringing It Back Home. On it, you’ll hear guest appearances by Gov’t Mule front man Warren Haynes (“High Heels and Throwing Things”), slide guitar guru Sonny Landreth (“So Long 4 U”), Keb’ Mo’ and Robert Randolph (“Justified”), ZZ Ward (“Breath of Me”) and Southern rocker Tyler Bryant (“Stone Cold Heaven”). 404 more words