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27 Jul 2008, 06:37 by warrenwheelThe causes of my impending early deafness...includes some I'm now ashamed of attending...
*Sep 7th - Active Child - Black Cat
*May 11th - Wintersleep, Holy MTN - Golden West
*Apr 13th - Toro y Moi, Braids, Adventure - Talking Head
*Mar 24th - A Place to Bury Strangers, Hooray For Earth, Deaf Scene - Ottobar
*Mar 23rd - Röyksopp, Jon Hopkins - 9:30
*Mar 14th - Neil Hamburger, Kenny "K-Strass" Strasser - Ottobar
*Feb 24th - Twin Shadow, Raindeer, The Dialogue, Me And This Army - Ottobar
*Dec 2nd - Minus the Bear, Tim Kasher, New Idea Society - Strand-Capital Theatre
*Nov 20th - Glasser - Metro Gallery
*Sep 25th - Mt. St. Helens Vietnam Band, Yeveto, The Water - Metro Gallery
*Aug 22nd - Crystal Castles, Rusko, Sinden, Destructo - Sonar
*Aug 17th - Warpaint, Javelin, Beach Fossils - Ottobar
*Aug 6th - Lollapalooza - The Strokes, Minus the Bear, Mute Math, Digitalism, Grizzly Bear, Wild Beasts, Warpaint, Mimicking Birds and more - Chicago
29 Apr 2008, 12:35 by ThadEnouf1899 - Born on this day, Duke Ellington, composer, bandleader, pianist, died 24th May 1974. Worked with Louis Armstrong, Ella Fitzgerald, Dizzy Gillespie, Billie Holiday.
1928 - Born on this day, Carl Gardner, The Coasters.
1931 - Born on this day, Lonnie Donegan, singer who launched the skiffle craze.
1942 - Born on this day, Klaus Voorman, bass, Manfred Mann, Plastic Ono Band. Voorman designed the cover for The Beatles album 'Revolver.'
1947 - Born on this day, Tommy James, The Shondells.
1949 - Born on this day, Francis Rossi, guitar, vocals, Status Quo.
1953 - Born on this day, Bill Drummond, producer, A&R man, writer, musician. Joined Big In Japan in 1977 (with Holly Johnson, later of Frankie Goes to Hollywood and Ian Broudie later of Lightning Seeds). Co-founder of Merseysides Zoo Records. Formed KLF in the late 1980’s.
1960 - Born on this day, Phil King, bass, Lush.
1960 - Warner Brothers launched its own record label in Britain with the release of The Everly Brothers 'Cathy's Clown.'
6 Sep 2006, 00:32 by hinamiWhen I have been on the register in the university, I gathering the various data, made Family Tree of the Liverpool connections of eighties beginnings. I had known when it is to be hard the person who is more detailed than me concerning.
From Big In Japan it starts, Livehouse of Liverpool [ Eric's ] the music connections which spread to the center. With the famous person, Ian McCulloch (Echo & TheBunnymen) with Julian Cope (Teardrop Explodes) with Pete Burns (Dead or Alive) had united the instant band that, Budgie (Siouxsie and the Banshees) it was that. Clive Langer (Deaf School) and Bill Drummond (KLF) and Ian Broudie (Lightning Seeds) (KINGBIRD) and the like it was this companion. …
2 May 2006, 00:33 by nos1079www.archive.org is a collection of Trade Friendly Bands and thier live works. There are hundreds of bands currently with shows available including the below listed. Check it out. It's free with no signing up or personal info.
-...And You Will Know Us by the Trail of Dead
-Assembly of Dust
-Big Head Todd and the Monsters
-Big In Japan
-Big Leg Emma
-Camper Van Beethoven
-Dark Star Orchestra
-Death Cab for Cutie
-Derek Trucks Band
-Donna The Buffalo
-g love and special sauce
-Hank Williams III