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10:03 pm
Mon December 30, 2013

Blessed Feathers: Nomadic And Loving It

Blessed Feathers.
CJ Foeckler Courtesy of the artist

Originally published on Tue December 31, 2013 8:11 am

The two members of Blessed Feathers started off as an unlikely pair. Donivan Berube moved to West Bend, Wis., and got a job at a pizzeria; that's where he met Jacquelyn Beaupre. Both singers and songwriters, the two were brought together by music — first as friends, then as musical partners, then as a romantic couple.

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Music
12:27 pm
Mon December 30, 2013

Alaskan Music Spotlight - Super Saturated Sugar Strings

The Alaskan Music Spotlight is heard Fridays at 5:30 pm. The show focuses on local artists and new release's.

The Friday December 20th show featured a live performance from the Super Saturated Sugar Strings

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Music News
8:16 am
Mon December 30, 2013

Another Fleetwood Mac Album That's 'Worth A Damn'

The 1969 album Then Play On, Peter Green's last with Fleetwood Mac, signaled a spiritual quest already in progress.
Jan Persson Redferns

Originally published on Mon December 30, 2013 12:38 pm

This year saw the reissue of two vintage albums by Fleetwood Mac: the hugely popular Rumours,and the last album to feature the band's founder, Peter Green, called Then Play On.

"I think it's one of the most beautiful records and exciting records ever made," Rolling Stone senior writer David Fricke says. He wrote the liner notes for the reissue.

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First Listen
7:19 pm
Sun December 29, 2013

First Listen: Peter Gabriel, 'Scratch My Back ... And I'll Scratch Yours'

Peter Gabriel's new album, And I'll Scratch Yours, comes out Jan. 7.
Courtesy of the artist

Originally published on Sun January 12, 2014 7:27 pm

These days, album-length covers collections tend to be minor footnotes in a musician's catalog, ranked somewhere just above live albums, holiday recordings and those greatest-hits packages that tack on one or two new songs. After all, covers albums at least seem as if they should be easy to assemble, in large part because they remove the artistic and logistical hurdle of writing songs. And, for their part, listeners tend to process them by way of comparison rather than raw appreciation.

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Music News
8:56 am
Sat December 28, 2013

50 Years Later, TV's Ghoulardi Lives — In Punk Rock

Ernie "Ghoulardi" Anderson on the set of his show at WJW-TV.
Chuck Schodowski Courtesy of Western Reserve Historical Society

Originally published on Sat December 28, 2013 10:46 am

Before the Sex Pistols formed in London, before CBGB opened in New York, Cleveland had the Electric Eels.

"Someone asked me what my influences were," says guitarist and founder John Morton, "and I said, 'Among other things, Sun Ra, Ghoulardi and Albert Ayler.'"

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