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12.06.2013| By Nelson Arreguin|
Being born and raised in the City of Broad Shoulders, there are many reasons to hold your head up and be proud – from it’s fiery history survived by a limestone tower on it’s magnificent …tagsBilly IdolBiograph TheatreBob DylanCaponeChicagoDave Matthews BandDavid BowieDeath Cab for CutieDepeche ModeDillingerFeistGreen DayIggy PopJames BrownJane's AddictionLincoln Halllive musicLiz PhairLocal HMetallicaMetroModest MouseMorning JacketNew OrderNirvanaNo DoubtPaul NatkinPearl JamPrinceRed Hot Chili PeppersSchuba's TavernSmartbarSmashing PumpkinsSoundgardenThe Beastie BoysThe RamonesThe Riviera TheatreThe ShinsThe Vic TheatreVeruca Salt
09.03.2010| By Richard Sandrok|
I have seen what must be a thousand terrible to mediocre bands in my short time on this world. I don’t mean to be disparaging in that. Not every band can be great. Not every band gets it. And by “it” I mean being a magnetic spectacle of rock & roll. I remember thinking this the first time I saw Iggy & The Stooges: I wished that everyone in that audience was either in a band or inspired to be in a band. I’m firmly convinced that most terrible to mediocre bands might be averted …
07.01.2007| By Allison Wolcott|
Snow Patrol lends their cool factor to the cover of this issue, in which editor Cory Lorentz defends his lifelong appreciation for Journey, and contemplates why certain bands stick with us through the years. View and download the full On Tour With Shure Summer 2007 Issue on shure.com. Check out interviews and pics of the following artists featured in this issue: Snow Patrol G. Love Iggy Pop Imogen Heap Jonny Lang Nickelback The Wreckers Sammy Hagar Lyrics Born Kenny Aronoff Lateef the Truthspeaker Roger DaltreytagsG. LoveIggy PopImogen HeapJonny LangKenny AronoffLateef the TruthspeakerLyrics BornNickelbackOn Tour With ShureRoger DaltreySammy HagarSnow PatrolThe Wreckers