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 Motor City Flashbacks III: Rare Earth
Third article in an exclusive Michiganbands.com series that explores the history and pastimes of Detroit's own
Rare Earth.

Posted by Chief Editor on Wednesday, June 27, 2001 @ 05:55:15 EDT (4641 reads)
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Topic: Featured


 Jackie Blue: Continuing Adventures of Detroitís Funk & Roll Band (Part II)
Anonymous writes
Jackie Blue logo "Jackie Blue" takes you on a step-by-step journey on their quest for world domination via the internet. Includes details on Distribution, Order fulfillment, Tracking of Sales and Maximizing Net Income. A must read for bandheads on the net. Part II in a series.

Posted by Chief Editor on Saturday, June 23, 2001 @ 10:39:50 EDT (4210 reads)
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Topic: Education


 Review: Angel's Playground by David Berriman
Reviewer Chris Ventzke gives you the details behind David Berriman's Angels Playground:

"David gives us an expression of his personal nature in a soft, sentimental and eclectic collection of non-accompanied music...Bereft of the driving rythm section and flailing guitars..."

Posted by Chief Editor on Saturday, June 23, 2001 @ 10:11:48 EDT (3423 reads)
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Topic: Music Reviews


 Random Reviews: Overthrow
It's unfortunate many bands don't update their Michiganbands.com pages more often. You never know when some schmuck with a keyboard and a title (e.g. "Editor") will visit the Homepage and click on the "Random Artist" button only to find out a band didn't post their best material. But fair is fair in Random Reviews. Come to find out "War is Pollution", but pollution is just discarded crap that nobody wants.
Posted by Chief Editor on Saturday, June 16, 2001 @ 10:25:23 EDT (2615 reads)
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Topic: Music Reviews


 JIBILIAN/GLASS Opening for CAB!
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After a very successful night opening for Bill Bruford's EARTHWORKS, June 1st at the Magic Bag, the club owner booked JIBILIAN/GLASS to open for CAB on June 23. The legendary members of CAB are: Dennis Chambers-Drums, Bunny Brunel-Bass, Brian Auger-Keys, and Tony MacAlpine-Guitar. Tickets are $20.00. Doors open at 8:00pm. Show starts at 9:00pm.

For more info, check out GaryJibilian.com
Posted by Chief Editor on Friday, June 15, 2001 @ 05:29:49 EDT (2530 reads)
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Topic: Submitted News


 Nailing Betty, Johnny Allen and Ernie Douglas @ The Berkley Front
Editor Mitch Phillips takes you on yet another protracted adventure into the night-life - this time to the Berkley Front, where Nailing Betty auditions for Maniac Record's chief exec. Also: re-introducing Ernie Douglas and Johnny Allen.
Posted by Chief Editor on Saturday, June 09, 2001 @ 16:13:54 EDT (4381 reads)
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Topic: Show Reviews


 Jackie Blue
Anonymous writes First thing first, The "Behind Me" photo rules, what a cool idea and cd name. Jackie Blue has done the impossible with this debut masterpiece. This Detroit "Funk n Roll" party train formed recently in May 2000. WOW! They kept their costs low by virtually doing "EVERYTHING" themselves(Recording, Mixing, Mastering, Publishing, etc...), not to mention in such a short time frame.

This cd plain out rocks "start to finish". Original music at its finest. Bands should take notice and follow this pace. Nothing in this cd is lost, the recording is proffessional, all songs are solid, endless efforts displayed from each member.

Jackie Blue obviously brings many years of experience to the drawing board. Songs like "Detroit Queen" & "G" shine more talents than most of there influences(Lenny Kravitz, Korn, Sly & the Family Stone, Aerosmith, Pretenders). These songs will leave you singing over & over for days.

What a band biography. Guitar player becomes drummer, bass player becomes guitar player, shows in New York City, Detroit, Ohio, full length cd, websites, etc... accomplishments never ending. All this within a year???

Todd Laucombe playes the drums like nobody's business, hard hitting, solid, demanding non stop wreckage. Tom Fiziks bass lines bother the soul, nicely tweaked, extremely smooth, fast paced perfection. Chip Thomas will take you places you've only imagined on guitar. Guitar solo's that screams over-indulgence, mean rhythm's, & structured timing. Its a beautiful thing. Brent McKay's heart felt vocals offer melodic sweetness & endless attitude. Dave Mathews Band your days are numbered, there's a new group in town called Jackie Blue.

The entire cd is fun, a fine choice for partying loudly too, or perhaps vaccuming the house. Buy this cd its a big thumbs up. Retro-Flavored Power Pop/Rock funk at its finest. Siskel & Ebert would be proud. Warning, Track Listings: Detroit Queen, Shame, G, Daylight, Jackie, I.B.Waltz Virginia, Another Day, Channel 5, Free Me, & Forget Slow, may stunt your growth and induce labor.
Posted by Chief Editor on Saturday, June 02, 2001 @ 10:10:45 EDT (3154 reads)
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Topic: Music Reviews


 MP3.com Sells Out
Mp3.com has sold the store to Vivendi Universal. MP3.com promises no major changes in their policies. Rick, the webmaster for michiganbands.com takes a closer look.
Posted by Chief Editor on Saturday, May 26, 2001 @ 22:49:20 EDT (2644 reads)
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