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96-9 The River, Alaska's Classic Rock Authority

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96-9 The River, Alaska's Classic Rock Authority
96-9 The River, Alaska's Classic Rock AuthorityFriday, September 21st, 2018 at 4:35am
Slash told USA Today. “It harks back to when rock ’n’ roll was more of an underground concept, when people were speaking about things that they weren’t necessarily comfortable saying in the mainstream arena.”
96-9 The River, Alaska's Classic Rock Authority
96-9 The River, Alaska's Classic Rock AuthorityFriday, September 21st, 2018 at 4:34am
Their album "Here If You Listen" will be released on Oct. 26, and although it’s sold as a Crosby solo album, his colleagues Becca Stevens, Michelle Willis and Michael League are given second billing. They previously worked with him on 2016 album Lighthouse.
96-9 The River, Alaska's Classic Rock Authority
96-9 The River, Alaska's Classic Rock AuthorityFriday, September 21st, 2018 at 4:33am
It will be released on Nov. 16 in a number of of formats, with a total of 11 previously unreleased songs across the offerings. They all include “When Bad Does Good,” which was released as a taster track.
96-9 The River, Alaska's Classic Rock Authority
96-9 The River, Alaska's Classic Rock AuthorityFriday, September 21st, 2018 at 4:33am
As on that LP, the band are helped out by such luminaries as Rivers Cuomo of Weezer, Andy Partridge of XTC and songwriter Adam Schlesinger, who, once again, acts as producer. In addition, Peter Buck of R.E.M. and Scott McCaughey of the Minus 5 play guitar on two songs, a cover of Big Star's "Jesus Christ" and the album's title track, which they wrote together.
96-9 The River, Alaska's Classic Rock Authority
96-9 The River, Alaska's Classic Rock AuthorityFriday, September 21st, 2018 at 4:32am
Five things we'd love to see happen when the hottest band in the world takes the stage for the last time.
96-9 The River, Alaska's Classic Rock Authority
96-9 The River, Alaska's Classic Rock AuthorityFriday, September 21st, 2018 at 4:31am
An investigation by CBC News and the Toronto Star this week presented the allegation that Ticketmaster recruited re-sellers to a service called TradeDesk, which allowed it to get round buying limits and offer event tickets at inflated prices, with Ticketmaster receiving income from both the original and the secondary sale.