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The soundtrack to reverse happy hour just got cooler with the return of Jazz Workshop's weekly gig.
The California-based band plays Reggae in the Desert on June 11.
Tegan and Sara continue to find new, fresh ways to twist not only familiar topics, but also their own sound.
Once again, Thursday nights showcase music that rarely featured in this town: instrumental jazz steeped in a midcentury tradition from which it occasionally ripples out.
Fans who welcomed the band back on 2012's Not Your Kind of People will find plenty to like here.
The band sounds rejuvenated and refreshed—and much more than merely okay.
Did a festival vet or a modern act take the top spot?
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The band played a number of its radio hits as well as big swaths of its concert LPs Tommy and Quadrophenia.
Like so many plastic cups of Pabst, the bowling and music festival came to an end on Memorial Day.
The 18th annual event fostered crowds as large as ever, a sense of community as strong as ever and, most importantly, performances as memorable as ...
Flag, Youth Brigade, The Exploited and more.
Like any Biafra show, it was part punk-rock concert, part political rally and part performance art.
Vegas has some seriously heavy bookings lined up for the end of May.