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Switchfoot Tour

December 28, 2009

Switchfoot will be touring Canada with one of our favorite bands, The Paper Tongues. The band said, “He’s done it again. The perfect set-up for the perfect Canada tour in January with Switchfoot! Soaking up the relative warmth while we can. Picking up Spaceman tonight from the airport, our phenom production manager.” Read about...
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Big Brother and the Holding Company

December 26, 2009

The guitarist James Gurley of Big Brother and the Holding Company died at the age of 69. James was known for his inventive psychedelic rock playing style. “I would say all of my guitar-playing contemporaries strived to have their own sound, but I think James was a huge influence on all of us because...
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The Start Of The End

December 18, 2009

Phoenixville, PA — The Montgomery County based band The End played to a receptive crowd at Steel City. The End played as a four-piece ensemble with two vocalists, an acoustic guitar and keyboards. Highlights of the show included the original Christmas song, “6 B.C.”, which is about the year Christ was born. The audience...
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The Holiday Band

December 15, 2009

Starting with the Christmas of 1994, a group of artists and scientists have been collaborating on holiday media projects. Eventually, the group became known as the Holiday Band. Though music for Halloween, Easter and Valentine’s Day is quite popular, the rush from Christmas music is over-the-top. Some of the chart favorites from this...
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The End

December 4, 2009

Phoenixville, PA — The End debuted to a maximum capacity crowd at Steel City. The End is newly formed band from Montgomery County, Pennsylvania. Their sound takes American rock music into the future. They are currently in the studio working on their first two albums. For last evenings gig, they played an acoustic set...
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Steal The Breeze

December 1, 2009

Steal The Breeze is a band out of Montgomery County, PA that creates jam band music influenced by psychedelic and progressive rock. The band has unveiled a new website at
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