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 Music Review: Eyeshow's debut ''Openings''
Every so often a disc comes along that makes such a profound impression that I feel compelled to push the others aside to give you a timely alert. "Openings" by Eyeshow is just such a disc. Since they will be headlining (correction - opening) The Bullfrog's New Year's Eve Party, I thought you should hear about it now (if you haven't already) so you can a copy and get fully charged before the show. Let me be very clear before I get on with the gushing: BUY THIS DISC.
Posted by chief editor on Monday, December 15, 2003 @ 23:20:00 EST (6619 reads)
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Topic: Music Reviews


 MB Y23 Christmas Party / Toys for Tots @ The Bullfrog
It started out as a fundraiser, morphed into a charity event and just turned out to be a hell of a party put on by Brad Raymond at The Bullfrog in Redford. Five bands, no cover (with toy donation), free food, free CD's and a ga-ga calendar-girl wait-staff made for a great night of local indie rock. Click "Read More" for some of the details.
Posted by chief editor on Sunday, December 14, 2003 @ 21:30:00 EST (6380 reads)
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Topic: Show Reviews


 Braun to release 3rd CD, returns to Michigan
byrdland1 writes Former Kronik Reign founder and lead guitarist David Michael Braun is currently in the works of producing his 3rd and latest CD- "Winterstorm". The formerly Seattle-based guitarist has performed with Soundgarden, Nancy Wilson of HEART, JB&Co. and has rubbed elbows with Geoff Tate of Queensryche, Eddie Vedder of Pearl Jam. Dave has perfomed all over the world in the last 10 yrs, Japan, Korea, Thailand, Phillipines, Australia, and more. An unfortunate setting in Dave's life has brought him back home to Michigan for a new start on life. For more information, p.m. byrdland 1

Posted by chief editor on Sunday, December 14, 2003 @ 11:51:33 EST (2642 reads)
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 Eyeshow live on New Year's Eve!
Eyeshow writes Eyeshow is very pleased to announce it's first live appearance! Witness all of the songs off of "Openings" performed live, along with some new stuff, discs available at the show. The band will be playing at the Bullfrog on Dec. 31 at around 8:30 - 9 pm, so be sure get there early. Following up are Spider in a Jar and 60 Second Crush.
The Bullfrog is putting on a great event with a complimentary champagne toast at midnight and a breakfast buffet from 2 - 4 am. Tickets are $15 in advance through Eyeshow, Spider in a Jar, 60 Second Crush, or at the Bullfrog. $20 at the door on the night of Dec 31. The Bullfrog is located at 15414 Telegraph Rd., Redford MI 48239 (one block north of 5 Mile Rd.), telephone (313)533-4477. Spend your New Year's Eve having a great time at the Bullfrog!
Posted by chief editor on Sunday, December 14, 2003 @ 10:51:11 EST (3338 reads)
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Topic: Press Release


 Female Rock Invades Downtown Cincinnati
jennyjem writes
Cincinnati, OH - Chicks RockFest is returning to Cincinnati for the largest female-centered music showcase in Cincinnatiís history. On Friday and Saturday, January 16-17, 2004, 30 musical acts from all over the nation will perform on three stages at two premier downtown venues. Click "Read More" below.
Posted by chief editor on Tuesday, December 09, 2003 @ 19:54:20 EST (3003 reads)
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 Dear Santa, This is Jimmy from the band...
Dear Santa,
This is Jimmy from all the way out in Highland, MI. I don't usually send letters to adults I don't know (if my dad knew I was writing letters to some old dude who's into kids he'd probably bust my arm again), but I hear your the go-to guy for X-Mas presents so I figured I'd risk it. I call it X-Mas (hope U don't mind) because I like porn a whole lot better than I like church and I'm guessing you do too because of the way you dress and all. By the way, you don't want to show up at church around here dressed in a red velvet suit. You'd totally get your ass kicked. But anyway. . .Parental Discretion Is Advised before clicking "Read More" below: adult content and language
Posted by chief editor on Monday, December 08, 2003 @ 22:29:15 EST (5424 reads)
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Topic: Humor


 Music Review: A Fine How Do You Do by Maybe August
Webmaster Rick has been raving about Maybe August's "A Fine How Do You Do" ever since he received the CD way back in, oh, I don't know, maybe August? So why didn't he write the !@#% review himself? I'll tell you why. Because writing is hard. Writing is painful. Writing is an exercise in tortured adjectivity (ok, that's not even a word. I just made that up.). But most of all, writing reviews is a time-sucker matched only by forum loitering and video games. You don't want to wank-off the first thing that comes out of your your noodle 'cause you'll regret it in the morning. But if you wait for inspiration to strike you'll keep everybody waiting....and waiting....until the band has broken up and moved on to their respective retirement properties Up North (see, here in Michigan we capitalize "Up North"). With that in mind, let's open the oven on this half-baked pastie of a review and see what's cookin' inside (copious amounts of extraneous commentary included ).

Posted by chief editor on Monday, December 08, 2003 @ 00:20:00 EST (5746 reads)
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Topic: Music Reviews


 Why you should support the The Webcaster Alliance
sonicdisturbance writes
A group of Internet Radio Stations have banded together to protect their ability to broadcast independent music online without going broke due to artificial economic barriers created by R.I.A.A. and their friends in corporate radio. I'd like to share with you a few reasons why I think we all need to support the The Webcaster Alliance and their fight against the R.I.A.A. Your access to a wider market in the future as an independent artist is at stake. Click "Read More" below.

Posted by chief editor on Saturday, December 06, 2003 @ 09:38:19 EST (5046 reads)
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Topic: Opinion


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