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 Flipping the Pig song on Dog the Bounty Hunter
fthep writes

The Flipping the Pig song "Hide and Seek," written by Jeff Mansk and found on the album Pout, was heard on the December 2, 2009 episode of Dog the Bounty Hunter. As of this notice, the episode, titled Wrong Turn (episode 155/156), is streaming online at www.aetv.com. The song is played during the final half of the show (shortly after the vehicle rolls over). For more information visit www.flippingthepig.com

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EDITOR'S NOTE: Actually, you're much more likely to catch the above mentioned moment at the following YouTube link (beginning at 1:36): http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AxXkC-dwWp8&feature=related.

Posted by mitch on Saturday, December 12, 2009 @ 23:00:00 EST (5008 reads)
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 Celbration of the Art of Music
marymary writes

Michiganartists Holiday Party 2009 @ Token Lounge Dec 12thMichigan Artists Celebration of the Art of Music on December 12th @ 9pm at the Token Lounge in Westland. Hope you can come out and support the Art of Music while raising money for families in need. The door will go 100 % to families in need. We are having live bands, Funtown, Rocket Ride, The Skam with Abraham . Come out and network your music, bring CDs. There will be many different people involved in the music scene. We will be giving resource CDs out to Artists. There will have a raffle to raise money for the needy. Many gifts given every year. Guitars, diamond rings, memory sticks and much more.

When we give our gift to the needy families: The Christmas Gift.

We give our gifts in the name of loved ones no longer with us to keep their memory alive as we miss them. When people receive their gift they thank our loved ones. ( as we do for the time we got to spend with them) First names only given in the cards for the needy. We have a long list of loved ones and are adding every year. We hope you will come out and help us raise money for families. Any questions feel free to e-mail.

Click Readmore below for the details

Posted by mitch on Saturday, December 05, 2009 @ 23:00:00 EST (3960 reads)
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Topic: Benefit


 The 28th Annual Whaley Childrens Jam

Join a host of bands and entertainers at the 28th annual Whaley jam in support of Whaley's Children's Center December 4th (Friday) and 5th (Saturday) at Jester's Lounge in Flint.

Bands start at 6 pm on Friday and 4 pm on Saturday. Admission is just $10.00 each day or the donation of a toy of equal value. In addition there will be 50/50 drawings and auctions both days.

The event will feature 17 bands over the two days with all proceeds going to support the Whaley Foundation.

The Whaley children's Center has been helping children and families in crisis since 1924.

"Christmas through the eyes of a child is magic no child should be without"
 

Click read more below for a schedule of bands.

Posted by webmaster on Thursday, December 03, 2009 @ 06:20:48 EST (3658 reads)
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 Michiganbands.com welcomes Shrimpanzee

Shrimpanzee is perhaps the best known of the "pan-dimensional Kimbockleophonic audio ensembles" arranged, produced and performed by one John Moore of Milford, MI. Among some of the others are OJABOM Media, Nomeus Music, Pet Minotaur, Uneasys, Trick Of Shadow, E Minor Oswald, Hiram Glyphics, Oily Dave and who knows how many more. While a schizophrenic musical life is never dull, it still doesn't pay well enough to keep you fed and shed in Michigan. So, John's currently exploring employment opportunities in Virginia. Maybe if we're all suddenly taken with his spastic modal inventions he can afford to move back, eh? In case you get homesick, John,  we'll keep the light on fer ya here at MB's Original Artists / Psychedelic category. 

Check out Shrimpanzee @ Myspace

Posted by mitch on Sunday, November 29, 2009 @ 16:49:04 EST (3677 reads)
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 Michgianbands.com welcomes Morseville Bridge

If you're a fan of the snarling acoustic irreverence of bands like The Violent Femmes, Camper Van Beethoven and The Dead Milkmen, chances are you're going to dig the latest entry to our Original Artists / Indie Rock category.  Morseville Bridge are a trio out of Flint, Michigan whose songs trample along like a wayward street-muse whacking on anything that makes an interesting "clank".  They're loose, they're unpredictable, they're musical and probably organically medicated.  In any case, it works and it's an interesting find.  Welcome to MB.

Listen to Morseville Bridge on MySpace.

Posted by mitch on Sunday, November 29, 2009 @ 14:42:53 EST (4014 reads)
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 Blue Coyote Band - Sixth # 1 song in Two Years....
Bluecoyoteband writes

Blue Coyote BandBlue Coyote Band's song "Later" went # 1 in the country charts and # 1 in traditional country charts at Soundclick.com . This is BCB's sixth song to reach # 1 in those charts in the last two years.

Blue Coyote Band is on about 400 FM stations in Europe and 1,200 clear channels in the USA. Currently # 12 on the top 30 Country Count Down.  Check it out by clicking HERE.

 

 

 

Posted by mitch on Sunday, November 29, 2009 @ 14:02:07 EST (3550 reads)
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Topic: Michigan Bands News


 Lookin Back; Seger Tribute Band @ New York New York Dec 5th 2009
LookinBack writes

Commerce Township, MI: 

I feel like a number,
I'm not a number,
I'm not a number,
Dammit I'm a man, I said I'm a man.
— Feel Like a Number

Bob Seger

Six stay-at-home dads, laid-off automotive engineers, and struggling professional musicians have decided they aren’t going to take it any longer and happy as hell about it.

The Southeast Michigan musicians have formed a rather gripping Bob Seger and The Silver Bullet tribute band dedicated to preserving the legacy of Southeast Michigan’s favorite rock-n-roll son, and breathe new life into some classic rock-n-roll favorites while discovering a viable and rewarding alternative to more “traditional” careers.

Lookin’ Back was the brainchild of Todd Stoney, a Commerce Township entrepreneur who was selling his patented vehicle display ramp systems to new car dealers; that is until dealers weren’t selling much of anything, and buying less.

Posted by webmaster on Sunday, November 15, 2009 @ 05:33:24 EST (5914 reads)
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 Michael Galvan Added to Bea Bahr Project
jamistone writes

Bea Bahr is a BLUES, GOSPEL, and R&B vocalist, can range from 1st soprano to tenor. She loves to sing and has recently added Michigan guitarist Michael Galvan to a new blues band (BE BE AND THE BLUES MASTERS). You can check them out on MySpace. 

Born in Mobile, Alabama, Bea grew up in Waynesboro,Mississippi, in a community called Sunlight on the Alabama and Mississippi state line. She sang her first song in church where her father was pastor at age 5. It was during prayer the congregation was moaning the song "Guide Me , Oh Thou Great Jehovah" and she stood up and belted out the second verse (I am weak but thine art strong). Since then she was encouraged by family and friends to sing anytime she could, so she did. She has sung at church, concerts,and private functions in Michigan, Mississippi, Alabama, Texas, Florida, Louisiana, Georgia, California, Canada, and Germany.

Posted by webmaster on Thursday, October 29, 2009 @ 16:00:28 EDT (3917 reads)
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