They are “an American group” | Indianakokomo

KOKOMO – As you may already know, Grand Funk Railroad is an American group. And at 8:30 p.m. Saturday, they’re coming to our town to help us party as they headline the last night of the Haynes-Apperson Festival in Foster Park. “We can’t wait to get there this way,” Don …

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White Reaper Valley Bar Phoenix Jun 28 World’s Best American Band

What makes a band an “American band”? It seems the Grand Funk Railroad poets cracked the code in 1973, when they sang, “We’re an American band / We’re coming to your town / We’ll help you party.” American bands don’t really copyright the party theme. When it comes to debauchery, …

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Asian-American band win legal battle to call themselves The Slants

FACEBOOK/THE SLOPES Asian-American rock band The Slants pose for a photo with the Statue of Liberty in the distance behind them. An Asian-American rock band has won its ongoing legal battle to register its band’s name, The Slants, as a trademark. They were denied the right to register their name …

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Brazilian-American band, ADDED COLOR Discuss new music, biggest inspirations and more!

Brooklyn-based Brazilian/American rock band Added color recently announced its new version, “Psycho.” They kicked off their international/US tour in support of him on May 13. “’Psycho’ marks a very important moment for our band. As a band, it’s the strongest, most united we’ve ever been and musically it solidifies an …

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Is White Reaper “The Best American Band In The World”?

White Reaper, “The Best American Band in the World” There is no greater compliment a group can receive than having people turn on them. The backlash means you are not standing still. Some White Reaper fans seem disturbed by the confident, refined, and extremely radio-ready songs from the Louisville band’s …

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White Reaper: Review of the Best American Band in the World

The cliché “They’re better live” was coined for bands like White Reaper. The records are good, but it’s on stage that the band’s wonderfully scuzzy mix of pop-punk and garage rock goes sky-high. It’s rock’s for rock’s sake, equipped with the cheerfully lewd stage vocabulary of an ’80s hair-metal band: …

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Drive-By Truckers – American Group | Music critic

It all started with the border: In 1931, in Laredo, Texas: Harlon Carter, 17, American, shot and killed Ramón Casiano, 15, Mexican. A murder conviction was overturned by the Texas Court of Appeals and Harlon Carter lived another 60 years, set 44 sniping records in the United States, served on …

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American Group of Drive-By Truckers | Exclaim!

Posted 05 October 2016 ten As Joe Strummer once proclaimed, “This is a public service announcement with guitars. “ A politically charged collection of songs from one of America’s most rewarding bands would be welcome every year, but Drive-By Truckers’ American group is all the more valuable at this difficult …

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‘American Group’, Drive-By Truckers: NPR

Music critic Tom Moon reviews the latest release from Southern rock band Drive-By Truckers. AUDIE CORNISH, HOST: Rock band Drive-By Truckers have been making music for 20 years now, and for most of that time the band, originally from Athens, Georgia, has explored a sense of Southern identity. This happened …

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Review: Drive-By Truckers, ‘American Band’

Drive-By Truckers has picked a good time to deliver one of their sharpest assessments yet of what co-frontman Patterson Hood once called “The Southern Thing.” American group is a Southern liberal’s attempt to perplex the emulsified alienation and resentment of the white working class that has been repeatedly cited as …

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Drive-By Truckers: review of the American group

Many YouTube commentators on the Drive-By Truckers’ lyric video for “What It Means” seem offended by the overt politics of the song, which comes from the band’s new album. With references to Trayvon Martin, Michael Brown, and other young black men killed largely because they were young black men, the …

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This Asian-American indie band could determine the fate of the “Redskins”

WASHINGTON — The Supreme Court is considering a First Amendment clash over the government’s refusal to register offensive trademarks, a case that could help the Washington Redskins in their legal fight for the team name. The judges agreed Thursday to hear a dispute involving an Asian-American rock band called the …

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>>> Album of the week: American band Drive-By Truckers

Patterson Hood of Drive-By Truckers wrote What It Means, one of American Band’s most powerful songs, while gripped by the senseless murders of Michael Brown and Trayvon Martin. It’s airy and introspective, but grounded in rage, frustration and poignant lyrics: “I mean Barack Obama won and you can choose where …

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Drive-By Truckers, ‘American Band’: NPR

Note: NPR’s First Listen audio stops after the album is released. However, you can still listen with the Spotify playlist at the bottom of the page. Truckers in car, American group. Courtesy of the artist hide caption toggle legend Courtesy of the artist Drive-By Truckers has always been a political …

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Download Central: A Native American Group and some Blo

You probably haven’t heard of the brothers Pat and Lolly Vasquez-Vegas. I wouldn’t have had either if I hadn’t ended up listening New Orleans Witch Queen, a song that references the legendary voodoo culture of New Orleans. And that’s how I discovered Pat’s (bass and vocals) and Lolly (guitar and …

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Drive-By Truckers Announce “American Band” Album

The Drive-By Truckers have announced the release of their 11th studio album this fall. American group is slated for a September 30 release, via ATO Records. Fans still have a few months to wait American group, but in the meantime, they can hear the project’s first single, “Surrender Under Protest”; …

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Vital American Punk from Sleeping Beauty – Music

THE BEAUTIFUL AT SLEEP Not shown: diarrhea, hot pockets, vomit. Chuchi Elam “IT BEGINNED as a way not to die, ”says Hart Gledhill of Portland’s Sleeping Beauties. “It started out as a way to kill time with diarrhea, hot pockets and not to throw up. Although poetic in its disgusting …

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Drive-By Truckers Reveals Details Of New American Band Album, Shares First Single “Surrender Under Protest”

Photo by Danny Clinch Just in time for the band’s 20th anniversary, Drive-By Truckers announced American group, their eleventh studio album. The South Georgia-by-way-of-Alabama rockers will release the 11-song collection via ATO on September 30. Ahead of the album, the band shared “Surrender Under Protest,” a new track from the …

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Attacks of Paris: the American group Eagles of Death Metal plays

EAgles of Death Metal, an American rock band, were playing at the Bataclan in Paris on Friday night when a deadly attack took place, killing at least 128 people. Gunmen opened fire, taking around 100 hostages during the performance as explosives were detonated at France’s Stade de France national stadium, …

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CJ Ramone wants to be the first American punk to perform in Cuba

“data-src =” https://static.punknews.org/images/bands/cjramone-1416847083.webp “data-srcset =” https://static.punknews.org/images/bands/cjramone-1416847083.webp 1x, https://static.punknews.org/images/bands/cjramone-1416847083.webp 2x “data-aspectratio =” 600/400 “width =” 600 “height =” 400 “class =” articleimage lazyload blur-up “data-size =” auto “/> Contribution from DesertBurst92, Posted by Jean Gentile Grease wreck chords 6 years ago CJ Ramone launched an IndieGoGo campaign to be the first …

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X: The last American punk band left standing

X today (left to right): DJ Bonebrake,John Doe, Exene Cervenka, Billy Zoom(Photo by Gary Léonard) In America’s punk rock pantheon, the Ramones are rightly portrayed as standard bearers with the rest of the quickly following CBGB crowd. (The fact that New York’s dolls, dictators and Stooges are often overlooked is …

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President Obama calls the Grateful Dead ‘iconic American band’ in moving tribute | Billboard – Billboard

American celebrated its 239and birthday yesterday. In Chicago, another American institution reached a milestone, as the Grateful Dead turned 50 and played their second-to-last gig as a group. The occasion drew many tributes. A record number of people turned out at Soldier Field. New York’s Empire State Building rocked the …

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Alabama Shakes could be America’s next big group

It’s always fun here: who’s the greatest American rock band of all time? You have your Beach Boys, your Eagles, your REMs, your Nirvanas. The Grateful Dead and the band have their backers. Some progressive thinkers might reject the E Street Band or the Heartbreakers. At the heart of the …

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Mike Porcaro: Innovative bassist whose abilities helped make American band Toto one of the giants of soft rock | The Independent

A skilled player and seasoned session musician who pioneered the use of the five-string bass guitar in pop, Mike Porcaro proved a natural fit when he joined American soft rock band Toto in 1982. replacing outgoing founding member David Hungate. The sextet, which also includes Mike’s older brother, drummer Jeff …

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Portland, Oregon-based Asian-American group The Slants takes trademark fight to federal court

Portland, Oregon-based Asian-American rock band dubbed “Chinatown dance-rock,” The Slants are taking their trademark battle to federal court. Composed of Simon Young (bass), Tyler Chen (drums), Will Moore (lead guitar), Thai Dao (guitar/keyboards) and Ken Shima (vocals), the quintet tried for years to trademark “The Slants”. , but was rejected …

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RN&R • American group

Around the table: Dusty Miles, Eric Peterson, Katie Schadegg and Chris “Rock’n” Rodgers from Dusty Miles and the Cryin’ Shame. Photo/Eric Marques Every band hates describing their own genre. Musicians perceive nuance in their own work to a degree that, for them, ruins genre descriptors in broad strokes, which inevitably …

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Songs like “We’re an American Band” and “Cocaine” cost the Crocodile Rock club $100,000

Playing songs such as “We’re an American Band”, “Cocaine”, and “Have You Ever Seen the Rain” cost the Allentown music club Crocodile Rock Cafe and its owner more than $100,000. Broadcast Music Inc. and four copyright owners of five songs sued the club’s company and owner Joe Clark for copyright …

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Iranian-American group The Yellow Dogs leaves Tehran for Brooklyn and greater freedom

In the clip for the song “Dance Floor” by the Yellow Dogs, ?? three women walk, run and dance across New York City. They party on the great stone lions outside the main public library, wheel through Times Square, and hang themselves upside down in a subway car. They laugh …

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Rob Zombie, “We’re an American Band” – Song Review

Our opinion on Rob Zombie’s cover of “We’re An American Band” will go no further than that of Rob Zombie. The song is really a cover – the hard rocker changes very little from the Grand Funk Railroad original beyond putting his burnt metal voice in place of Don Brewer’s. …

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Nine injured as coach carrying US punk rock band Baroness falls from overpass in A36 crash | The Independent

The members of an American punk rock band and their crew recover in hospital after their tour bus plunged over an overpass in the pouring rain. The band, Baroness, from Savannah, Georgia, were touring Britain and Europe when their coach crashed through a crash barrier and fell 30ft (9m). Emergency …

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Taqwacore documented: Images of Muslim American punk

Kim Badaoui Omar Waqar feeds the enchilada Shahjehan Khan of the Kominas during aperformance at La Casa Maladita. First there was fiction, then there was a scene, now there is another book: “The Taqwacores: Muslim Punk in the USA”, by New York photographer and journalist Kim Badawi. The book, published …

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America’s Next Great Group – The Hollywood Reporter

8-10 p.m., Friday, October 19FoxFrom a purely mechanical standpoint, there’s about as much creativity in the production of “The Next Great American Band” as there is in the making of an ice cube. Virtually every detail of the series, which premiered on Friday, came straight from the “American Idol” playbook, …

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‘Next Great American Band’ tryouts attract aliens, can-bangers and jazzy grandmas

You’ve seen some of the “talent” that isn’t part of “American Idol.” And if you’ve ever hit the local indie-rock club on a Monday night, you know some bands can rival William Hung on his best night. So, you can imagine the parade of wacky bands that lined up to …

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Jonezetta: an American group with a British sound courting popularity

Mike Rimmer spoke with the lead singer of JONZETTA, representatives of modern rock from Mississippi Jonezetta For me, it all started with music and that’s how it should be! A white label copy of “Popularity” from an American band I had never heard of called Jonezetta blew me away musically …

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