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  • Corporate Rock
  • Corporate Rock

    SLC barbershop redecorates after lawsuit
      When owners Jed and Nicole Beal opened Jed’s Barbershop in March 2010, they had a simple vision. They wanted a place where people could get salon-quality haircuts at a reasonable price in a cool shop full of Americana memorabilia.
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  • Ty Segall
  • Ty Segall

    Prolific SF songsmith 'rawks' it
      Tune your radio dial to 90.9 FM on a weekday afternoon and you’re bound to hear KRCL DJ Bad Brad Wheeler play lo-fi garage rocker Ty Segall.
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  • Keller Williams
  • Keller Williams

    He jams, but he's not a jam band
      Let’s debunk a myth: Keller Williams is not a jam band. He has shared the stage with many jam bands—The String Cheese Incident, Umphrey’s McGee and RatDog—and he appeals to the jam-band audience
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  • Colourmusic
  • Colourmusic

    Experimental expressions of color
      Colourmusic shares more than the home state of Oklahoma with the Flaming Lips. They’ve shared the stage on multiple occasions, and they share an unrelenting work ethic and desire to create experimental music.
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  • MarchFourth Marching Band
  • MarchFourth Marching Band

    The eclectic crew heads to Desert Rocks
      Desert Rocks began around a campfire six years ago. One hundred and fifty patrons, artists and musicians congregated near Moab under the banner of unadulterated self-expression ...
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  • Beats Antique
  • Beats Antique

    Strange Brew: Beats Antique mix sounds old and new into something utterly unique.
      Beats Antique stitch together Middle Eastern traditions with modern hip-hop and electronic-influenced sounds and circus-style live performances...
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  • DeVotchKa
  • DeVotchKa

    Denver's DeVotchKa bring the circus to town (again), Tuesday at In the Venue.
  • Tim DeChristopher vs. the Puppets
  • Tim DeChristopher vs. the Puppets

    The environmental crusader is showcasing activism through art.
      Tim DeChristopher believes the environmental movement is ready to make a shift in philosophy: Get creative, and take direct action ...
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