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Dropkick Murphy’s, 20 Monroe Live,

By Michael Young Close you eyes. Imagine the sound of bagpipes, flutes, and a fiddle. Next throw in electric guitars, drums, bass and raspy vocals with a Boston accent. That sound is Dropkick Murphy. Formed in Boston, Massachusetts in 1996, a group of friends decided they wanted to form a band. Twenty two years, 9… Continue reading Dropkick Murphy’s, 20 Monroe Live,

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Spirit Sound: Phoenix Wright

By Kevin Alan Lamb Before I interviewed musicians (Stevie Wonder was my first) I covered professional sports, making conversations about what music they liked, places they enjoyed traveling, and what they enjoyed off the field. I was initially drawn to sports because I spent ages five to twenty as an athlete, playing mostly baseball and… Continue reading Spirit Sound: Phoenix Wright

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A Conversation with John Nowak (Desmond Jones) ahead of Saturday’s Show at The Loving Touch

By Kevin Alan Lamb Five guys walk into a diner anywhere in America, you can tell that they were up to something the night before, and really only taking a few moments to enjoy a place they’ve never been, before hitting the road on a great adventure that won’t stop until it’s time to. You… Continue reading A Conversation with John Nowak (Desmond Jones) ahead of Saturday’s Show at The Loving Touch

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Spirit Sound: Caleb Malooley (The Gasoline Gypsies)

By Kevin Alan Lamb A Gypsy soul is one who loves movement and finding the pulse in nature and flight as a metaphor. One who thinks everything is music. One who knows and holds an inward and therefore outwardly contagious kind of freedom. It is only natural that Caleb Malooley of The Gasoline Gypsies finds… Continue reading Spirit Sound: Caleb Malooley (The Gasoline Gypsies)