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SXSW Ready: Midnight Riot

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From MusicWorld, posted 3.15.11 Midnight Riot will play EXPRESS ROCKS! Music Lounge at Cedar Door (2nd & Brazos). Admittance is free, and the band takes the stage Thursday, March 17 at 2:10 p.m. On the official website for unsigned Texas rockers Midnight Riot, guitarist Kyle Samuel lists a seemingly simple career goal: “To live… Read more...


Indie Spotlight: Outernational

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From News, posted 2.01.10 Indie rock outfit Outernational recently released EP, “Eyes on Fire,” produced by Rage Against the Machine alum Tom Morello, who signed on after being impressed by the upstarts’ familiar disregard for authority. The Village Voice praised the band’s “dynamic rhythms that somehow flow together like streams of water,” while The… Read more...


A Fiery Line-Up to Play BMI/CMJ Showcase

From News, posted 10.08.08 BMI has announced the performers at its 2008 sponsored CMJ Music Marathon Festival showcase to be held Wednesday, October 22 at 7:30 p.m. A diverse line-up of talent will hit the stage at Crash Mansion (199 Bowery, NYC), continuing CMJ’s 28-year history of celebrating new music first. The cost for… Read more...


Hedley

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From MusicWorld, posted 8.18.06 The self-titled debut album from Vancouver rockers Hedley, which has been certified Platinum in Canada, will be released in the U.S. on Sept. 12. The band is currently on tour with Capitol labelmates Yellowcard. Jacob Hoggard was known around Vancouver as the singer/daredevil for popular local rockers… Read more...


Audioslave

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From MusicWorld, posted 12.01.04 While the members of Audioslave shy away from using the word “supergroup,” it’s hard to avoid using the term when referring to the foursome. Audioslave combines the talents of Chris Cornell, former frontman of Seattle grunge gods Soundgarden, and guitarist Tom Morello, bassist Tim Commerford and drummer Brad Wilk, late… Read more...


Don Davis

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From MusicWorld, posted 8.28.03 The sci-fi trilogy The Matrix not only revealed a hidden world programmed by evil computers, it also cast a spotlight on Emmy-winning composer and orchestrator (“The Beauty and the Beast,” “Seaquest DSV”) Don Davis. "I knew these guys had quite a bit up their sleeves," says the… Read more...


Faith Hill Tops BMI’s List of Grammy Winners

From News, posted 2.21.01   Country singer and BMI songwriter Faith Hill was a big winner at the 43rd annual Grammy Awards, presented February 21 at the Staples Center in Los Angeles. Hill, a first time winner, took home… Read more...


For Wu Tang Clan, It’s All in the Family

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From MusicWorld, posted 11.30.00 ''Wu Tang is one big family,'' says Steve Rifkind, president of Loud Records. ''Them together is pure energy. It's family, it's love.'' Loud Records is the home of the New York-based rap collective Wu Tang Clan. And Wu Tang really is like a family - a… Read more...


Kittie

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From MusicWorld, posted 5.31.00 One of the year's most significant indie-label success stories is Kittie, a hard-rock combo comprising four girls from London, Ontario, ranging in age from 16 to 18. On their debut album, Spit, the fearsomely precocious quartet plays dense, aggressive glam/goth/metal, inspired as much by Iron Maiden… Read more...


BMI Writers Big Winners at CA Music Awards

From News, posted 4.11.00 California Music Awards and 23rd annual Bammies were held on Saturday, April 8 in San Francisco, CA at the Bill Graham Civic Auditorium. BMI affiliates Rage Against The Machine came away the top winner, taking home five awards. Other BMI writers who received multiple awards included Santana and… Read more...


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