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September 8, 2012 Barrett Martin's primary instrument is the drums, but he has also been known to play upright bass, as well as many different types of ethnic percussion instruments that he has studied formally, often traveling to their countries of
Alice in Chains guitarist Jerry Cantrell has been honoured with the Stevie Ray Vaughan Award, for his hard work and dedication in helping musicians and artists recover from drug addiction. The award was presented during the eighth annual MusiCares
On Blues Funeral , his seventh solo album, he has come up with his finest work yet. What makes it so impressive is it moves seamlessly from smouldering and agitating songs like the opening Nine Inch Nails-style rumble of The Gravedigger's Song , to
Mark Lanegan Band 's Blues Funeral is set to release Feb. 7 , the same day of their show at Bowery Ballroom , in Manhattan. The new record includes hit single The Gravediggers Song and features appearances by the likes of Josh Homme, Greg Dulli, and
January 25, 2012 Incident logs available online and/or at campus police stations display laundry lists of amateur-hour escapades and bike/backpack/wallet/gadget thefts. December 20, 2011 It's tough to maintain unswerving matter-of-factness without
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Story continues below Martin Boulton Reviewer THE second Melbourne performance by brooding American vocalist Mark Lanegan and Glasgow's Isobel Campbell (Belle and Sebastian, Gentle Waves), who first collaborated in 2004, was perfectly suited to the
The longtime University District movie house was recently refurbished by the Seattle Theatre Group.
courtesy Rock's beauty and the beast make a tantalizing pair 12/12/2010 02:07 When the angelic strains of Belle and Sebastian's Isobel Campbell combine with the world-weary baritone of hard rock veteran Mark Lanegan, the results are sublime.
Isobel Campbell and Mark Lanegan She's the cello-playing ex-Belle and Sebastian singer; he's the roadworn rock casualty. But as Isobel Campbell and Mark Lanegan tell Stevie Chick, they're more alike than you'd think "I used to be a bit scared of him.