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 MIDGET TOWN HAS ARRIVED
midgettown writes
Midget Town. A small name but larger than life. The spectrum has only yet begun. The recently formed band has opened the eyes and ears of anyone in its path. Dynamics and memorable hooks have led crowds asking for more. This compilation of members will be a stronghold for years to come. The six song Midget Town EP will be followed up next month by a full length album - Contents Under Pressure. Be sure to visit www.midgettown.com to check out the bands music many upcoming dates.
Posted by chief editor on Friday, March 19, 2004 @ 05:47:17 EST (4229 reads)
(Score: 3.8)
Topic: Press Release


 Forsaken opening for Super joint ritual, Deicide april 17th
forsaken writes Forsaken opens the show for Super joint ritual (Phil from Pantera's band), Deicide, and Zeek at harpo's april 17th. This is going to be a great show, the biggest we have played yet. We have tickets for the show, they are $15, you can get them at our website www.Forsaken.us or email me at: y2keeth@forsakenweb.com. We are playing the Token this Friday (March 15th) and will have tickets there for sale as well. Come see the all metal lineup at the token (Us, Macrophage, Ghostyle, and Thread of Pandimonium), get a Super joint ticket, and our Free CD. What more could you want?
Posted by chief editor on Friday, March 19, 2004 @ 05:31:26 EST (2907 reads)
(Score: 5)
Topic: Press Release


 Amy Heard up for 7 Detroit Music Awards
gdiddy writes Thanks to everyone who helped Amy Heard get nominated for the upcoming Detroit Music Awards in late April, 2004. Amy was nominated for seven awards in two seperate categories: the Acoustic/Folk category and the Gospel/Christian category. Click "Read More" below for details and links to Amy Heard's website and for voting in The Detroit Music Awards.
Posted by chief editor on Thursday, March 18, 2004 @ 11:54:15 EST (3314 reads)
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 Vote! The Syndicate nominated for a DMA!
gdiddy writes A funny thing happened on the way to the office today. We were delightfully surprised to find that we have made the nomination for a Detroit Music Award for 2004. The Syndicate has been nominated for "OUTSTANDING POP ARTIST/GROUP" in the Rock/Pop category. We appreciate everyone who took the time to nominate us and get us put on the ballot for voting. Now comes the hard part, which is getting the actual votes to win the award! Click "Read More" below.
Posted by chief editor on Thursday, March 18, 2004 @ 11:35:23 EST (2751 reads)
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 AUDRA KUBAT TO PERFORM AT THE DIA / RELEASE NEW SINGLE
Detroit’s leading folk songstress, Audra Kubat will perform a very special concert at the Detroit Institute of Arts on Sunday, April 4 at 2pm in the Kresge Court. This is her first performance at the local historical institution, located at 5200 Woodward Avenue in the cultural center. The 90 minute concert is free with DIA admission of $4. For more info on the DIA please call 313-833-7900.
Audra will also celebrate the release of her single “Georgia” on Times Beach Records. The song is taken off her third album, “Million Year Old Sand” released late last year. Click "Read More" below.
Posted by chief editor on Wednesday, March 17, 2004 @ 19:58:17 EST (2878 reads)
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 83rd Dream CD Release @ Alvin's March 20th
DetroitCat writes
83rd Dream is releasing their sophmore effort "Aspirations" @ Alvins Saturday March 20th. With special geusts Super Model-T and Mad Mordigan. Presented by: Echo Productions, Jones Soda and Simpatico. 18 and over! Doors are @9pm
Posted by chief editor on Wednesday, March 17, 2004 @ 19:23:58 EST (4174 reads)
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 Banana Convention: Mirthful Music Muddle Machine
Thumbs writes FLINT, MI (3-10-04) - Hard Rock patrons of a popular Flint nightspot, The Machine Shop, were enjoying an evening of NuMetal and Hard Core Rock music Wednesday night when the familiar expectations of the room were upset. The venue's semi-regular practice of "open-mic" was subsequently, according to those in attendance, abused and corrupted. . .
Posted by chief editor on Wednesday, March 17, 2004 @ 19:02:45 EST (5317 reads)
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Topic: Show Reviews


 Ness Plans Act of Civil Disobedience: Radio Free Ferndale
Tom Ness, editor and publisher of Jam Rag magazine, former congressional candidate and Green House activist, is planning an act of civil disobedience in Ferndale to underscore the desireability of low-powered FM radio that serves the local community. Despite recent success in forcing the FCC to allow low power (100 watt) community radio stations at all, it's still illegal to broadcast in or near major markets due to concerns about interference with established commercial frequencies. But Ness intends to both debunk that theory and demonstrate the need and desire for low-powered radio that serves the community on the public airwaves.

"In the coming months, we intend to conduct a two-week demonstration of the value and necessity of local content on our public airwaves via an unlicensed “pirate radio” station, which will provide residents of Ferndale with uniquely local programming," Ness wrote in a recent e-mail.

On Sat March 27, 2004, the April edition of Jam Rag will go to press, containing the full 5,000 word version of the WNFC Declaration of Intent. You can read a shorter version of the declaration by clicking "Read More" below.
Posted by chief editor on Wednesday, March 17, 2004 @ 11:50:00 EST (5073 reads)
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Topic: Other News


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