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Longtime Fans Looking Forward to RIMHOF Induction Ceremonies

Published in Woonsocket Call on April 23, 2017

With extreme regularity, Pawtucket West High School student Steve Cohen arrived every Monday and Tuesday night at Lupo’s Heartbreak Hotel in Providence just like clockwork to listen to his two favorite Rhode Island bands, Rizzz and the Wild Turkey Band. 948 more words

Music

Song Of The Day: Kristin Hersh, "Bright"

Kristin Hersh‘s fantastic solo album, Wyatt At The Coyote Palace, has recently been released on vinyl, courtesy of HHBTM Records. To celebrate this, she’s released a video for her latest single, “Bright,” which you can watch below. 44 more words

Song Of The Day

bright yellow gun - throwing muses

Throwing Muses are an awesome band. Kristin Hersh has the coolest voice. She’s sort of aloof and distant but entirely sincere and immediate. Sonically they clearly hail from the 4AD school of Pixies, Blonde Redhead Alternative College rock but they play within the radio rock parameters on Bright Yellow Gun just enough to not disappear into the noise wilderness where ‘normal people’ lose Sonic Youth and the like. 229 more words

Rock

KRISTIN HERSH - " Live on KEXP "

Throwing Muses frontwoman Kristin Hersh dropped by the studios of Seattle radio station KEXP last November while touring in support of her new solo album… 73 more words

MUSIC

Little Help?

DATE:

May 1, 2000

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THE LINER NOTES:

Carrie was the most comfortable person I had ever been with up to this point in my life. 1,682 more words

Mixtapes

i don't care anymore

So, back in the 90’s I was listening to this tape by some girl called Kristin Hersh. This tape was lent to me by a cool indie girl, who was constantly eating jelly babies and wearing Raccoons t shirts. 172 more words

Wyatt at The Coyote Palace - Kristin Hersh (reviewed by Dave Franklin)

Kristin Hersh has spent years confounding expectations, switching musical paths when you least expect it, breaking rules and going against the grain. Wyatt at The Coyote Palace continues this musical modus operandi by delivering an expansive collection of short songs, twenty-four in all, averaging about three minutes each. 237 more words