Brandon Flowers is a Mormon

I guess it’s official now, Brandon Flowers is a Mormon.  If you haven’t seen it yet, HERE is Brandon Flowers’ profile on Mormon.org.  That’s right, it’s mormon.org/brandon.

I can’t believe the LDS church could get an interview that we couldn’t!!!  Okay, I guess I can kinda see it.  There’s an awesome video interview on the website, but here’s a YouTube link to give you an idea.  I love it.

Brandon Flowers is a Mormon

The Neighbors – Family Band and Singing with Brandon Flowers

The Neighbors, one of the more well known bands in Utah, have been making big strides in the music scene.  On May 14th they came to Rexburg, ID to play at Sammy’s Cafe for a secret show.  There they announced that they will be moving to California to try and land a record deal.

However, for now only Adam will be moving there.  His sister (and other band member) Rachel will continue on touring with Brandon Flowers of The Killers singing back-up vocals.  Rachel was approached after performing at The Velour in Provo by Brandon Flowers’ brother (who is also his manager) to sing back-up vocals for his tour.  She has preformed at Coachella, and in concerts throughout Mexico and Europe. Continue reading “The Neighbors – Family Band and Singing with Brandon Flowers”

The Neighbors – Family Band and Singing with Brandon Flowers

Linescratching Post for the week of May 23, 2011

Vol. 1 No. 13, Week of May 23, 2011

This week: Brandon Flowers goes Gene Simmons, Nothing good ever comes of disobedience except international fame and glory, Gladys Knight on making a living in a casino, Neon Trees buy-in while Fictionist eschew corporate label, festival, and magazine, plus updates on the JaneDear girls, Maroon 5, and much (a little) more!

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Linescratching Post for the week of May 23, 2011

Linescratching Post for the week of May 2, 2011

 

Vol 1 No. 10, Week of May 2, 2011

In this issue: Ian Fowles gets spiritual in the desert, Fictionist can’t stop winning, The Mormon Tabernacle Choir gets manly, The Killers reunite, The Barefoot Movement lose us, a great gift for yo momma, all this PLUS Is Oskama Bin Laden going to have to break up now? and MORE!

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Linescratching Post for the week of May 2, 2011

Linescratching Post for the week of April 18, 2011

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Vol 1 No. 8, Week of April 18, 2011

In this issue: A (non-Arcade Fire) Mormon storms the Canadian music awards scene; Cary Judd tries out a new career path; Low and Uncle Jesse’s project comes to fruition; The Steelwells get remixed; Mayan Fox mash up; SHeDAISY talk breakfast, Aquabats, Neon Trees, and Brandon Flowers do Coachella; Jennifer Thomas give a tutorial on instrumentation, and more.

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Linescratching Post for the week of April 18, 2011

Linescratching Post for the week of April 11, 2011

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Vol 1 No. 7, Week of April 11, 2011

In this issue: Colby Miller requests to entertain you, Sugar Ray meets Provo, John Hunstman turns out to be a “Prog”ressive, Mayan Fox heals the world and makes it a better place, mean (but true!) rumors about David Archuleta, Ken Jennings on the Book of Mormon musical, Jennifer Thomas, Idiot Glee, Alan Sparhawk, and more!

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Linescratching Post for the week of April 11, 2011

Linescratching Post for the week of March 14, 2011

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Vol 1 No. 4, Week of March 14, 2011

In this issue: A Mormon hits #1 on Billboard; various linescratchers play a ridiculous amount of shows in Austin; Brandon Flowers plays Eden; The Sweater Friends promote Autism; The JaneDear girls give us some contraries to wrestle with, and we don’t talk about Jimmer Fredette leading BYU to the #3 NCAA seed, Brandon Davies and the honor code, how many babies John Stewart  wants to have with The Book Of Mormon musical, or anything related to the 5 Browns because we’re too busy discussing whether Charlie Sheen is a Mormon, an ex-Mormon, and old school Mormon, a freelance Polygamist, or just a run-of-the-mill tigerblood. Continue reading “Linescratching Post for the week of March 14, 2011”

Linescratching Post for the week of March 14, 2011

Linescratching Post for the week of Feb 28, 2011

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Vol 1 No. 2, Week of February 28, 2011

In this issue: Gladys Knight, The Aquabats!, bands and people with rather more tenuous connections to Mormonism, a story about a ward talent show that you’ll not soon forget, Porter Rockwell, Spencer W. Kimball, and much more.

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Linescratching Post for the week of Feb 28, 2011