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    Peggy Honeywell - Orange County Museum of Art, Newport Beach, Sunday, Feb. 6

    Ever since we plucked Peggy Honeywell's debut, Honey for Dinner, from beneath a stack of nondescript promotional discs at our college radio station a few years back, her slurred drawl--likely fueled more by tall mint juleps than shots of brown-bagge...

    by ELLEN GRILEY on February 10, 2005
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    Soulicious - Checking Irony at the Blue Water Music Festival

    Photo by Matt OttoI'm sipping a cup of mango juice mixed witha ShotPak of thrice-distilled grain vodka and staring at a five-foot-tall painting filled with unicorns, teddy bears and random, bearded, bodiless heads when I realize something: it's Jerr...

    by ELLEN GRILEY on February 10, 2005
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    MOS DEF GIMME NEW DANGER Mos Def is a poet, a rapper, an actor and a man whose ambition and ability to work effectively with a wide range of music created a genre-expanding hip-hop masterpiece with 1999's Black On Both Sides. That same desire an...

    on February 10, 2005
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    Ashlees Jam - Down the Rabbit Hole of the Simpson Larynx

    Courtesy MCA RecordsOn a May night in 1849, the English actor William Charles MacReadywent up against American actor (and hometown favorite) Edwin Forrest in dueling New York City productions of Macbeth; by the time the Seventh Regiment of the Natio...

    by SAM MCPHEETERS on February 10, 2005
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    Less is Moorer - Country music to get you through the night

    The Duel, the most recent release by Nashville singer/songwriter Allison Moorer, is soaked through with early Neil Young and Patsy Cline and rings with a kind of immediacy unique to a woman known for making her own decisions. "Of course I used to ...

    by MARK SANDERS on February 10, 2005
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    Back to Life - Steve Earle kicks ass for an almost-dead guy

    The transformation of Steve Earle from cocaine-, heroin- andalcohol-addicted professional asshole to strident sociopolitical activist has been fascinating. The guy probably should have died around 1990, but--ever a rule-breaker--Earle decided that g...

    by Rich Kane on February 10, 2005
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    Evolution, Installment No. 3

    Photo by James BunoanSTICKY CHILDREN, FM BATS Que Sera, Long Beach Sunday, Jan. 30 The inevitable part of the Warhol-style Exploding Plastic Whatever must be how tough it is to break out of the exploding plastic routine. Revolution--or Evolutio...

    by REX REASON on February 3, 2005
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    Green Girl Of Your Dreams - And who at Linbrook Bowl thinks a woman should be President?

    Photo by James BunoanIf you're a nice guy--a nice guy who's been feeling a bitdown, or perhaps a little bored, sickly, randy, or any combination thereof--here's what $5 can get you at the Green Girl Saloon: one (1) bag of peanuts, shells included; o...

    by ELLEN GRILEY on February 3, 2005
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    Shoot Out The Lights Do The Blackout "Joy Division was my first love," says Adrienne Pearson, front woman for LA rock group Shoot Out the Lights. That's as much of an admission of guilt as a battle cry; that moody Manchester sound is smeared acr...

    on February 3, 2005
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    Forget Rock & Roll - Panthers rather read a book

    Panthers lead man Jayson Green has a line that goes "Give me a book, and I'll read the shit out of it!" It's okay to giggle, but Green isn't kidding about his appetite for literature. And if you're familiar with the New York band's smoldering guitar...

    by KARA ZUARO on February 3, 2005
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    The Times, They Are A-Samening - KC and the Sunshine Band: a light that will never go out

    Harry Wayne Casey certainly hasn'tdawdled. As a teenage stable hand at Miami's T.K. Records and studio complex, Casey was on hand for the initial merging of pop, funk, R&B, and Latin and Caribbean music into what would come to be known as "the Miami...

    by SAM MCPHEETERS on February 3, 2005
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    Electric Warrior - Electric Six gets a pep talk

    This is the point when the DANGER! signs start to flash:sure, your band scored a one-off indie dance hit, thanks to a lot of campy cleverness, a frantic get-down vibe, and some borrowed underground credibility courtesy of a guy named Jack White and ...

    by SARAH TOMLINSON on February 3, 2005
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    Cursed! - A Farewell to Blood Arm

    Photo by James BunoanThe premise was simple enough: show up to any Virgin Megastore on Jan. 20, chip in two bucks, score one of those lovely rubber bracelets that the kids dig so heavily these days--this one a cool cherry red!--and catch a free in-s...

    by ELLEN GRILEY on January 27, 2005
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    The Big Beat-Off

    Photo by Matt OttoBANG! A STREET DRUMMING EXHIBITION CHAIN REACTION, ANAHEIM THURSDAY, JAN. 20 One thing we've learned from the National Association of Music Merchants confab every January is that the people who turn out for NAMM are just bare...

    by Rich Kane on January 27, 2005
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    RADIO 4 DANCE TO THE UNDERGROUND Radio 4 has always had a political agenda. But when they first started out, the only issues their irresistible dance rock truly threatened were New York's staunch cabaret laws. (As Footloose-ian--or Long Beach-ia...

    on January 27, 2005
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    Out In The Reel World - Fiddlin away with Natalie Macmaster

    Photo by Margaret MalandruccoloLike B.B. King strumming his guitar Lucille, NovaScotian songwriter/step dancer Natalie MacMaster and her fiddle were meant for each other. She's been immersed in a culture rich in the Celtic fiddle tradition: at age...

    by JOHN ROOS on January 27, 2005
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    Men At Work - Helmet straps it on again

    Page Hamilton says he's to thank for all those jockguitarists in baggy shorts and baseball caps: "Any guy who likes heavy music that's picked up a guitar post-Helmet will experiment with drop tuning and playing a minimalist riff," he says. "It sort ...

    by DAVE CLIFFORD on January 27, 2005
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    Bass-Guitar Anti-Defamation League - Ninja Academy Fight Song

    Photo by Foto NinjaReal ninjas wouldn't royally blow itlike this. Joey Maramba--a.k.a. Indo Ninja--was supposed to be on a mission, which was going to be easy. With Robert Shaffer--Outdo Ninja--he would illegally park a car in the bohemian norther...

    by ANDREW ASCH on January 27, 2005
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    Vinyl Solution

    Top 10 selling records from Jan. 7-13 at Vinyl Solution, 18822 Beach Blvd., Ste. 104, Huntington Beach, (714) 963-1819. Vinyl solution specializes in rare punk and new wave vinyl. The store also carries a large selection of CDs, DVDs, cassettes, T-s...

    by REX REASON on January 20, 2005
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    Flying the Flannel - Feeding the bears at Pistons

    Photo by Matt OttoNot much has changed at Pistons since we were last here fouryears ago, before we finally found a decent, long-term boyfriend and got partnered and no longer felt the innate urge to come here for fresh, pud-pounding material--that's...

    by MATTHEW EVANS on January 20, 2005
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