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 ATTENTION: Stolen Guitar - Please keep your eyes open.
jackieblue writes Saturday, March 20, 2004 - DangerVille opened up for the great Reverend Horton Heat at The Club Soda in Kalamazoo, MI. Sometime around 1:30AM some pathetic-jackass-loser walked off with Danger's guitar. There's a photo of the guitar here. Please keep an eye out for it if you happen to be in a music store or a pawnshop, or anywhere! More than likely a "true" musician didn't steal it so the loser will probably be trying to sell it to support their drug habit. Please call Danger if you hear or see anything--(616-459-1142) or send an email to the following address: danger@dangerville.net. Thank you for any help you can offer to get this guitar back. Click "Read More" below for a detailed description and a photo.
Posted by Chief Editor on Tuesday, March 23, 2004 @ 19:25:00 EST (3279 reads)
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 Dylan, White, Wyatt & The American Dream
Lindsey L. Fountain, manager, agent and label VP for The William Wyatt Band, shares a revelation she had on St. Patrick's Day while attending a Bob Dylan show. From a recent band newsletter, Lindsay writes about the guts & glory of performers from a fans perspective, re-defining "The American Dream" for the music biz and a call-out to William Wyatt fans to show their active support. Show updates and links are also included too. Click "Read More" below.
Posted by Chief Editor on Monday, March 22, 2004 @ 21:23:35 EST (3368 reads)
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 Clintons B-Day party
smt-jeff writes Saturday, March 27 @ The Bullfrog Bar. Super Model-T plays w/Oblivion. Come on up and celebrate Clintons surprise B-day party (shhhh!). For those of you who don't know Clinton, he's the guy in that one band who plays the drums. Young talented lad who happens to be in the market for a nice lady (Preferably 5'7" tall, brunette, any eye color will do, no cooking experience necessary). Come see Detroit's most eligible bachelor and 2004 DMA award nominee, Jeff Clinton.
Posted by Chief Editor on Monday, March 22, 2004 @ 20:21:10 EST (3735 reads)
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 MTN / Jam Rag present Sponge on CMN
March 22, 2004- Michigan Television Network in association with Jam Rag magazine are very proud to announce a rare TV performance with one of Detroit's favorite bands, Sponge. Shot November 28th at the Magic Bag in Ferndale and scheduled to start airing through Community Media Network this Friday, March 26th @10:30pm. Repeated April 2nd @1030pm. Click "Read More" below for additional info and links.
Posted by Chief Editor on Monday, March 22, 2004 @ 12:20:55 EST (2759 reads)
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 Dirt Fest 2004 Now Booking!
arizing writes Dirt Fest, now in it's 8th year, is accepting press kits for booking. We are looking for diverse bands to round off this years bill of approximately 25 acts. Confirmed acts so far include Arizing, Vega, Forge and many many more! Dirt Fest is held in Birch Run Michigan and will be 3 stages of all day outdoor music of many genres (alternative, hard rock, hardcore, emo, punk, etc)! Please click the "read more" link for the address to send your press kit to. Click "Read More" below for contact info.
Posted by chief editor on Sunday, March 21, 2004 @ 23:00:00 EST (3386 reads)
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 89x's Homeboy Show on The Road @ The Bullfrog
Bullfrogrocks writes Well were gearing up for our 3rd week of The Homeboy Show on The Road with Kelly Brown every wednesday at The Bullfrog in Redford.
Thee last 2 shows had such a great vibe all thru out the bar.This is a great nite for bands to lay down the instruments and come out and network with other local musicians and label reps, which there were a handful in the crowd. So get your ass of the couch and come out to The Bullfrog every Wednesday for 89x The Homeboy Show on The Road at The Bullfrog in Redford...... Next Show is 3-24 Featuring Jeff and Art from Supermodel-T to open the show up on acoustics, Then Midgettown hits the stage followed by Morphic and closing the nite out is Blasternaut. Click "Read More" for links and info.
Posted by chief editor on Sunday, March 21, 2004 @ 23:00:00 EST (3756 reads)
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 Fun times
terminator writes On Saturday, March 27, the Hayloft Liqour Stand will have a local music night hosted by WRIF. Bands scheduled to play are Souldriven, MFPS, Hobbs Device, Midgettown, H.I.E. and LAST. Also appearing will be those hotties the Motor City Dolls. Information about this show can be found on any of the bands websites. Cover is $5. Click "Read More" for links and directions.
Posted by chief editor on Sunday, March 21, 2004 @ 23:00:00 EST (3059 reads)
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 One World Beat / Keep A Child Alive Event TODAY (3-21-04)
Hey Everyone,
Just wanted to drop you all a heads up reminder on a Great event that we have put together for this weekend for One World Beat/Keep A Child Alive to help Kids with AIDS at the Blind Pig here in Ann Arbor. The event will take place today Sunday, March 21st and will be an ALL AGES show in which everyone is welcome to attend. We have some great performances going on by Detroit's very own Howling Diablos, Ann Arbors Almost Famous, and Kristy Hanson. Doors open at 8pm and tickets will be $10 at the door the evening of the event. All proceeds will go to OWB/KACA to help Kids with AIDS for the evening. I personally invite you all to attend and help us make this an event in music where musicians unite for a Great Cause and give back to the community which we all are very proud to be a part of. - Charlie

Click "Read More" below for links and info.
Posted by chief editor on Sunday, March 21, 2004 @ 08:36:08 EST (2925 reads)
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