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Jenn Grinels, Pressing Strings, Sweet Leda & Pasadena @ The 8x10 in Baltimore : Saturday, January 23rd, 2010

Jenn Grinels, Pressing Strings, Sweet...

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Saturday, January 23rd, 2010

Updated: Jan 24, 2010 2:36pm PST

2009_11_12-15 Bear Creek Fest :

2009_11_12-15 Bear Creek Fest

BradKuntzPhotography

Updated: Jan 23, 2010 12:40pm PST

J B Beverley & The Wayward Drifters w Blind Joe @ The Playing Field 21 Jan 2010 :

J B Beverley & The Wayward Drifters w...

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Updated: Jan 22, 2010 7:03pm PST

MoDeBree @ Virginia Museum Fine Arts 21 Jan 2010 :

MoDeBree @ Virginia Museum Fine Arts ...

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Updated: Jan 22, 2010 6:07pm PST

Poi Dog Pondering : Poi Dog Pondering is the love child of singer-songwriter Frank Orrall, who first cast his musical net in Hawaii in 1986. After marching across fields, streets and streams performing their almost mystical blend of atmospheric otherworld music, the ever-expanding troupe eventually came to settle in Austin, where they first captured the public eye in 1987. Three Columbia albums — PdP, Wishing Like a Mountain, Thinking Like the Sea and Volo Volo — made the band a franchise. In 1992, Poi Dog Pondering relocated to Chicago, where the band remains a vibrant part of that city’s fertile music scene (the band was recently named Best Rock/Pop Act in the Chicago Reader’s 2009 readers’ poll). Orrall and Co. released Poi Dog’s seventh studio album — simply titled 7 — last year. The Austin American-Statesman called the rock and soul collection “the best album Poi Dog Pondering has yet made.” A new, five-song EP is due later this year (excerpt from:  http://2009.aclfestival.com/band/poi-dog-pondering )  Set List included: 1-Rusted Weather, 2-Get Me On, 3-Jack Ass Ginger, 4-Lemon Drop Man, 5-Candy, 6-From This Moment, 7-Pulling Touch, 8-Ta Bouche Est Tabou, 9-That’s The Way Love Is, 10-Natural Thing.

Poi Dog Pondering

Sean Murphy

Poi Dog Pondering is the love child of singer-songwriter Frank Orrall, ...

Updated: Jan 20, 2010 8:51pm PST

Part Time Blues Band & friends :

Part Time Blues Band & friends

Jan Jenson

Updated: Jan 20, 2010 3:35pm PST

Garrison Starr @ The Evening Muse - Jan 19 2010 :

Garrison Starr @ The Evening Muse - J...

Monty Chandler

Updated: Jan 20, 2010 7:39am PST

Toadies : It’s been 15 years since the Toadies exploded out of North Texas (Fort Worth, to be exact) and onto the national rock scene with their ferocious full-length debut, Rubberneck, and its breakthrough single, “Possum Kingdom.” But although the band initially called it quits after the follow-up album, 2001’s Hell Below/Stars Above, it’s almost like they never really went away. “Possum Kingdom” proved to be one of the most enduring modern rock radio staples of the ’90s, and frontman Vaden Todd Lewis’ patented bloodcurdling scream was put to good use for years in his new band, the Burden Brothers. Still, fans kept clamoring for a proper Toadies comeback, and after a handful of on-again, off-again reunion gigs, Lewis, guitarist Clark Vogeler and drummer Mark Reznicek finally made it official by recording a brand new album, last year’s ferocious No Deliverance (excerpt from:  http://2009.aclfestival.com/band/toadies).  Also see   http://thetoadies.com/site/

Toadies

Sean Murphy

It’s been 15 years since the Toadies exploded out of North Texas (Fo ...

Updated: Jan 19, 2010 10:34pm PST