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 Attempted fraud slowing approval of new DMA voters
Detroit -The Executive Board of the Motor City Music Foundation has posted the following notice on its website: "The MCMF is experiencing an alarming pattern of potentially fraudulent voter applications, using false identities and email addresses. To ensure the continued integrity of the DMA voting process, it has become necessary for the organization to be extraordinarily meticulous in ascertaining the credentials of new voters. 'The screening panel recently interviewed a 100 year old gentleman who had been represented as the drummer in a thrash metal band', reports MCMF President Howard Hertz. 'While we see the humor in that particular scenario, we do take the fraudulent applications very seriously.'"
Posted by chief editor on Saturday, January 21, 2006 @ 10:59:22 EST (3193 reads)
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 Cursed Eternity Ready for 2006
xevkai writes Cursed Eternity is gearing up for 2006 with a ton of live shows. "We kinda lost our footing with Mike leaving the band November of 2004. We had a good start going with the Cd release and all, so after he called it quits it was like the band hit a brick wall," said guitarist Joe Grode. "But after a long 8 months we found an awesome replacement for Mike, and nab ourselves a lead guitarist along the way as well!"
Click "read more" below.
Posted by chief editor on Wednesday, January 18, 2006 @ 21:58:08 EST (2772 reads)
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 Kalamazoo, Michigan WIDR radio
jackieblue writes A song from Jackie Blue's Complexification Part II CD (they wont tell us which one) will be played on WIDR--FM 89.1 radio on Friday, Jan 20th, between 1pm and 3pm eastern time.

If you're in the Kalamazoo area (Western Michigan University) check it out live or online at their webcast to see which song they selected:www.widr.org

www.jackieblue.com
Posted by chief editor on Wednesday, January 18, 2006 @ 21:36:16 EST (3203 reads)
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 Celebrating 15 years of making music
superpenguin79 writes Do you ever get to that point in your life where you think to yourself about what you have done with your music? I, Charlie Naebeck, have cleaned out my musical archives and was thinking just that. After 15 years of playing in various bands, working A&R, IT, Marketing, and writing songs, its still all about the music. I have decided to release 15 years of music that I have worked on on his site. You can download it all for FREE and give it a listen.
Posted by chief editor on Wednesday, January 18, 2006 @ 21:31:49 EST (2741 reads)
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 Aeternal video now on myspace
aeternal writes Hey everyone,
though its not a studio recorded song, we do have a video of us live in Kalamazoo on our myspace account ( www.myspace.com/aeternalband
) The video was taken at Club Soda a few months ago. Hopefully it will keep ya busy while we try to get a real recording finished. Thanks!

Patrick
Posted by chief editor on Wednesday, January 18, 2006 @ 21:18:31 EST (2660 reads)
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 MB Now on MySpace Too
Michigan Bands on MySpaceMichigan Bands now has a MySpace page thanks to Matt and Andy. Their MySpace site has been around for a while and I decided to contact them about linking our two sites up since we have a common name and purpose. I'm happy to say that they liked the idea. This is a good deal for both sites since MB doesn't have the resources to manage a MySpace site in addition to this one. The two sites will operate independently with Matt and Andy handling everything MySpace and Mitch and I doing our damage over here.

As you know MySpace can be a great place to meet people and make some friends, but it is also a great place for bands and fans to network. Andy and Matt have done their home work and now have almost 1,600 friends in their network.

I would encourage any Michigan based bands to visit the "New" MichiganBands MySpace page and get signed up as a friend in their network.

~webmaster~
Posted by webmaster on Sunday, January 08, 2006 @ 20:16:08 EST (2728 reads)
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 Holy Fire Sign With The Milita Group
Detroit, MI – Edgy, aggressive indie rock act The Holy Fire, described by Detroit Metro Times as "In between Afghan Whigs murder epics and Jeff Buckley melodrama,” sign with independent label The Militia Group. Drawing forth angular, driving rhythms, accompanied by passion and melody, The Holy Fire are quickened by improvisation, anti-social vigor, beauty, and even paranoia. The Holy Fire have recently toured with The Constantines, and have also played with fellow enigmatic indie rockers Mclusky and TV On The Radio. Click "read more" below.
Posted by Chief Editor on Saturday, January 07, 2006 @ 10:22:47 EST (2710 reads)
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 New Flipping the Pig Album
fthep writes The new Flipping The Pig album, Pout, was released on January 2, 2006. There are three MP3s available on the band's website (www.flippingthepig.com): the melancholy piano-based "Break," the dreamy acoustic pop of "Don't Dry Your Eyes," and the stripped-down power chord rant of the much-louder-than-the-other-two-mp3s "Pleeeeease." The music is a mix of vaudeville, brooding acoustic numbers, power pop, wry humor, reflection, folk, oddities, art-rock leanings, and whatever else this one-man-band feels like creating. He's stone-cold sober, but you’d swear he was drunk at least some of the time.
Posted by Chief Editor on Saturday, January 07, 2006 @ 09:29:50 EST (2919 reads)
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