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Music Park: Kristin Kontrol @ Lincoln Theatre -- 8/3/16

Kristin Kontrol performs at the Lincoln Theatre in DC on August 3, 2016. (Photo by Mickey McCarter)

Not long ago, Shirley Manson hailed a cab in New York City. 559 more words

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Garbage--#1 Crush

In the 90s, it was big business being on a hit soundtrack.  Ending up on a popular compilation could make an international career.  One of the greatest soundtracks of the decade, launching multiple massive hits (including Lovefool by The Cardigans), was Baz Lurhmann’s Romeo + Juliet.   180 more words


Happy Birthday Babe - Just You n' Me

Yesterday it was my wife’s birthday. It was one of those landmark birthdays and I think that’s all she would want me to say of it in public. 120 more words

Garbage At Old National Centre Indianapolis

Recently, I had the opportunity to interview Steve Marker of the band Garbage about their latest album Strange Little Birds for NUVO. The new album is fantastic and my wife and I were able attend their recent concert at Indianapolis’ Old National Centre.  46 more words


Garbage @ The Pageant - July 12th, 2016

It is amazing to be photographing concerts at this moment, as all the bands I grew up listening to are pulling it together and hitting the road again. 181 more words


Garbage Live in Nashville

(Photo: Eric Allen  © 2016 PopMartZoo)


Alternative rockers Garbage returned to Music City’s historic Ryman Auditorium last night for the first time since 2005. Ferocious Scotswoman Shirley Manson captivated multitudes of devoted ‘darklings’ during a nearly 2-hour set which mined a contrasting batch of shining jewels from all six of the band’s albums including 1995 hit “Only Happy When It Rains” and the current “Empty.” Although illness related no-fly orders meant Butch Vig was absent from the evening’s performance, drummer Eric Gardener slammed through the blistering set without missing a beat. 333 more words

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Album Review: Garbage - Strange Little Birds

This article first appeared at No Ripcord on June 13, 2016.

When a band hits the 20th anniversary of their debut, it’s hard not to look back at how it all began. 424 more words