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Roxy & Elsewhere (Frank Zappa and The Mothers, 1974)

When we talk about live albums, there are not many that stand by themselves, even outgrow the studio counterparts they represent. There are few that are not released only for contractual or budgetary reasons. 150 more words


Peter Conlon talks new Roxy Theatre near Braves SunTrust Park


When the Atlanta Braves open their new 53,000 square-foot entertainment complex in 2017, an iconic Atlanta music name will be attached to it. 264 more words

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U2 Announce Tiny Los Angeles Club Show at the Roxy

By Kevin Rutherford

U2 were originally scheduled t play KROQ Almost Acoustic Christmas last December, but a bike accident derailed those plans.

Now, the band is making up for their cancellation with a special show, to be held May 28 at the Roxy in Los Angeles. 230 more words

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U2 & KROQ Take Over The Roxy May 28th - Win Tickets To An Exclusive Show

The world’s biggest band will be playing the smallest club they’ve played in 4 decades.

On Thursday, May 28th, U2 and KROQ are taking over the Roxy! 101 more words

Kick Axe feels that if you can make metal work in Vancouver, you can make it work anywhere


By Steve Newton

“If people can look at a band, “say Kick Axe guitarist Larry Gillstrom, “and see that¬†everybody’s coming from the same direction and are together on it, then I think they can relate to it a lot better. 738 more words


Used to be here

This week: What is it that we miss when something we were part of is gone? We cover three stories that tackle this question. The first is the tragic fire that ravaged the Roxy Theatre in Edmonton; Edmontonian Valerie shares her experience of being in her high school choir; and Kyla Tichkowsky gives us enlightening information about her experiences of working in Edmonton’s unique Exposure Queer Arts & Culture Festival.

This episode first aired January 21, 2015.


First ever tattoo film festival kicks off in Saskatoon

Watch above: The first ever Tattoo Arts Film Festival is ready to take off in Saskatoon this weekend. Carly Robinson speaks with organizers who are encouraged by the acceptance and tolerance in the films. 253 more words