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Ohio State marching band’s parody songbook mocks Holocaust victims

19 hours agoSports : The Early Lead

A parody songbook shared privately by members of the Ohio State marching band — the so-called “Best Damn Band in the Land” — contained offensive references to the Holocaust, according to a Wall Street Journal report detailing just what those references are. The book, which was updated three years ago, makes joking mention of furnaces […]

D.C. street band’s brassy riffs earn it tips from tourists — and enmity from the high-powered

Treasury employees, Skadden Arps lawyers complain Spread Love’s music is too loud to get work done

HBO Joins Forces With One of the Top Rock Bands of All Time for Special Programming

HBO is anteing up for programming from the band that became one of the biggest rock acts in the world with 1980s hits such as “With or Without You,” “Where the Streets Have No Name” and “I Still Haven’t Found...

Sweet rides muscle their way into Las Vegas for Hot Rod PowerFest West

Muscle cars, street rods and exotic rides vroom into Las Vegas for the Hot Rod PowerFest West at the Rio on Saturday, Sept. 26, and Sunday, Sept. 27.  Kenny Wayne Shepherd Band headlines the entertainment for the inaugural event. 

The people behind the gritty dystopian ‘Little Women’ reboot tackle other classics

2 days agoNews : ComPost

Written by Jolly, Little Women is described as a hyper-stylized, gritty adaptation of the 1868 novel by Louisa May Alcott, in which disparate half-sisters Jo, Meg, Beth, and Amy band together in order to survive the dystopic streets of Philadelphia and unravel a conspiracy that stretches far beyond anything they have ever imagined – all while trying […]

Newswire: The Doobie Brothers file lawsuit over use of their trademarked Doobie(s)

It feels like 1974’s Dick Clark’s New Year’s Rockin’ Eve all over again, because The Doobie Brothers are making headlines. Billboard reports that the band known for taking it to the streets is now taking it to the courtroom, where presumably they will fare much better with a lawsuit against a folk-rock cover duo named Doobie Decimal System. Show More Summary

Media companies are banding together with Wall Street to take on one of the most entrenched players in finance (gs, jpm, wfc, foxa, tri)

An alliance of banks and media companies is forming to take on Bloomberg's dominance of Wall Street's technology infrastructure in more ways than one. Thomson Reuters, the news and data company, has joined a collective of banks and media...Show More Summary

Relive the '90s when the Spin Doctors play for free in August

Bebop through the '90s with a free show on Saturday, Aug. 1, with the Spin Doctors and Cherry Poppin’ Daddies. The two bands take over the First Street Stage on the Fremont Street Experience as part of the Rock of Vegas summer concert series.

Non-Sequiturs: 07.23.15

Remember The Spread Love Band? They're the street band that played near Skadden's D.C. office. Skadden hated them so much they tried to convince the Secret Service to shoo them. Now they're playing the Kennedy Center. It's like the old...Show More Summary

Set the Controls for the Heart of the Sun: The Pink Floyd Origin Story

last weekNews : Newsweek: US

Nick Mason, Richard Wright and Roger Waters met as students at Regent Street Polytechnic and, along with art student Syd Barrett, formed the foundation of Pink Floyd in 1965. Fifty years later, the band's legacy is firmly entrenchedShow More Summary

Alt rocker group Theory of a Deadman plays a free show

How often do you get to see a well-known band for free? You can do just that this weekend when Canadian rockers Theory of a Deadman perform  during Fremont Street Experience's Rock of Vegas summer concert series. The group takes over the 1st Street Stage on Saturday, July 18.

Gig: The JP Band – The Pen Factory, Hope Street, Liverpool: Thursday, 16th July

The JP Band play at The Pen Factory, Hope Street, Liverpool, on Thursday, 16th July at 10 pm. It’s just along from The Everyman...great place, lovely food, top ales.

SDCC15: Dum Dum Dugan Will Now Play ‘Arrow’ Nemesis Damien Darhk

2 weeks agoHumor / odd : Nerd Bastards

Neal McDonough is one of those actors, one of those “where do I know him from?” actors. He was one of the Band of Brothers, he was M.Bison in the ill-advised Street Fighter: The Legend of Chun-Li, he was Lt. Hawke in Star Trek: First Contact but like all Enterprise helsmen not named ‘Wesley Crusher’ […]

AUDIO: Fox Street’s “Justified”

Photo by J Mimna Authentic Western Style is a forthcoming album by a group featuring members of The Derek Trucks Band, JJ Grey & Mofro, and The Motet. Their name is Fox Street and the album will be released before the end of July (the 28th to be exact) and they’d like for you to […]

PREMIERE: Dirty Fences Take a Wild European Vacay in the Video for "These Freaks"

If you saw Dirty Fences walking down Bedford Avenue late at night, you’d probably cross the street to avoid them. All leather jackets and denim vests, the New York City band seriously embraces the classic, rugged, rock n’ roll aesthetic. Show More Summary

The Libertines share "Gunga Din" video (watch)

by Bill Pearis As mentioned earlier today, the first single off The Libertines' new album is "Gunga Din" and the band have just released the official music video. Directed by Roger Sargent, the video was shot on the streets of...

Fell Street Blues: Triple-Parked Tourist Buses – How the Millionaire Homeowners of Alamo Square Cried Their Way to “Victory”

TweetOn the one hand, the millionaire NIMBY’s of the “Alamo Square Historic District” literally cry about tourist buses and band together to ban them from Hayes Street, but on the other hand, they say “fuck you” to those who use and reside upon neighboring Fell. This is the result – problem solved (for us millionaire […]

New Orleans will celebrate native son Satchmo with--what else?--lots of music

The streets of New Orleans' French Quarter will be filled with the sounds of brass bands and soulful singers as New Orleans honors native son Louis Armstrong in July and August.

Grateful Dead ‘Fare Thee Well’: Scenes From Shakedown Street

The band's fans continued their pre-show tradition outside Levi's Stadium.

Milk Bar Soho Closed Over the Weekend

You'll have to go to the East Village for Cereal Milk soft-serve. The Wooster Street outpost of Christina Tosi's Momofuku Milk Bar, attached to Band of Outsiders, has become a casualty of the store's closing. Downtown New Yorkers can...Show More Summary

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