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MOOD SWINGS AND MUSIC

MOOD SWINGS AND MUSIC

Jose Segue March 15, 2009 0

The last HWS issue’s story about pointless divisiveness in the Bay Area’s zydeco and roots music communities drew some interesting responses.  The better news is that zydeco’s battling bookers have decided against going head-to-head

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THE FANCY DAN BAND LIVES UP TO ITS CLOTHES

THE FANCY DAN BAND LIVES UP TO ITS CLOTHES

Jose Segue March 9, 2009 0

Bands with concepts risk that their idea will not stand up to time.  It was fame that freed the Beatles from their pudding bowl haircuts, and even Kiss ditched their makeup for awhile. Fancy

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ALL THE NEWS THAT PRINTS IN FITS

ALL THE NEWS THAT PRINTS IN FITS

Jose Segue March 2, 2009 0

Yard Sale, Misisipi Rider, Country Casanovas and Saddle Cats CDs on their way. Johnny Dilks update. Random rules for band and CD naming

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TAXI TO THE TRAILER PARK

TAXI TO THE TRAILER PARK

Jose Segue February 28, 2009 0

King Cab’s strength is its ability to have fun with country without self-parody. The 14-foot trailer, parked alone, unleveled and baking in the sun, is an apt metaphor for the band’s debut CD, Buses,

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