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 Michiganbands.com Money-Beggar FRIDAY!
Dont forget, if you don't have a gig, your dog doesn't need to be shampooed and you don't have to shave your mother's back, Come to The New Way Bar Friday to pitch in for our 2003 server fee. But wait, that's not all, no, you also get live performaces from RIVERSIDE DRIVE and THE KINGSNAKES - you can't lose! This may be the only time you can get Mitch to beg you for money (he always wanted to be a whore on Woodward)! The future of Michiganbands.com depends on the kindness of talented strangers JUST LIKE YOU. $5 gets you in the door, but we'll take more! Consider it a promotional cost. Come, let's drink, let's rock, let's scmooze like the hedonists we are!

Get a map to The New Way Bar in Ferndale.
Posted by Chief Editor on Thursday, December 05, 2002 @ 06:43:02 EST (2631 reads)
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Topic: Featured


 Toys For Tots
teriberi writes Hello Friends: Once again Christmas is upon us and many children will have to go without their well-deserved gifts due to events and circumstances beyond their control. For those of you who participated with us last year, we thank you and hope that you will again join us. But we also ask the rest of you to join us in donating Toys for Tots on this special day/evening, Saturday December 21, 2002 at Buster's Lounge in Utica. Click "Read More" for all the special details.

Posted by Chief Editor on Tuesday, December 03, 2002 @ 20:52:21 EST (3252 reads)
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Topic: Michigan Bands News


 Tangerine Trousers' Fabric Is Growing
ttrousers writes TANGERINE TROUSERS, the 'eclectic and sublime' acoustic group from the Detroit area, has just had their latest CD, "Far Above Rubies," named one the the TEN BEST CD'S of 2003 by THE CURRENT Magazine in Ann Arbor, MI, in addition to the CD's 2002 Detroit Music Award nomination for "Oustanding Acoustic/Folk Recording." The group will be showcasing at the Nashville Convention Center in Nashville, TN in February at the 2003 Folk Alliance Conference, and is currently working on the follow-up to "Rubies" with producer/engineer Chris Stamey (Whiskeytown, Ryan Adams, Michael Stipe, Catilin Cary), to be released in sping 2003.
Posted by Chief Editor on Tuesday, December 03, 2002 @ 06:33:43 EST (3028 reads)
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Topic: Michigan Bands News


 Random Acts of Music: Hayloft, Mt. Clemens
What better time to target unsuspecting bar patrons for free music than in the midst of the holiday mall rush? That's right, once again we've committed Random Acts of Music on your behalf in an effort to spread the gospel of local music. This time we gave away music from The Wrenfields and The Grins. Now let's see who our latest vicitms are.
Posted by Chief Editor on Sunday, December 01, 2002 @ 12:12:53 EST (3705 reads)
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Topic: Michigan Bands News


 To be or not to be?
Dear Bandheads,
In my ongoing struggle to become a better human, I quit smoking on November 1st after twenty-one years of a pack-and-a-half-per-day habit. Big, fat, hairy deal, right?
Well, this fundamental change in my brain chemistry has temporarily (I hope) altered my ability to do anything productive. It seems silly, unless you've been there, that such a positive change for your health should have such a debilitatinig effect on your brain...
Posted by Chief Editor on Saturday, November 30, 2002 @ 18:15:05 EST (4563 reads)
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Topic: Mitch's Mind


 Serendipitous Gem from Kilkenny
Occassionally I'll listen to music samples while I'm adding events to the calendar, waiting to hear something that really gets me off. It's rare that it happens, but when it does I can't wait to share it with everyone.
When Kilkenny posted their gig at The Hayloft, I noticed their URL wasn't the one listed with our site. When I visited their old page, I happened upon the gem "Marvin" (download here). Rare alternative smack that makes you want to dye your hair blue, tear holes in your clothes, stick safety-pins through your nose and dig out your old Violent Femmes and Wall Of VooDoo records. The kids call it Garage, I call it Killer stuff. -
Click "Read More" for their bio.

Posted by Chief Editor on Thursday, November 28, 2002 @ 09:26:55 EST (3195 reads)
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Topic: Featured


 Review of The Wrenfields' Seconds
Mitch finally cuddles up to The Wrenfields' sophomore release entitled, "Seconds" - once he got over his aversion to the "C-word", that is.

'...despite my hip discomfort with anything that might inspire line-dancing (ugh), "Seconds" has become a warm and welcome companion to my holiday season, when such sentiments seem perfectly appropriate. '

Click "Read More" to find why you should get a heapin' helpin' of "Seconds" for yourself. Don't worry, you can work it off before spring - just like you did last year, right?
Posted by Chief Editor on Sunday, November 24, 2002 @ 17:29:13 EST (4941 reads)
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Topic: Music Reviews


 Jumpin' On The Band-Wagon
graceiam writes One man's "sell-out" is another man's treasure. Why does no one label it a "sell-out" when three or four of our very most talented original Detroit acts agree to sit around in some over-priced, superficial pick-up joint in BFE County for $3-a head & one half-hour set in between the guys in bunny costumes & the ozzy-wanna-be's? Just as every artist/warrior marches to a slightly different drummer, so every performer has a different price. Artists and whores have long been compared analyzed, to the same bitter-sweet conclusion . . .

Posted by Chief Editor on Sunday, November 24, 2002 @ 12:40:28 EST (3998 reads)
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Topic: Opinion


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