Vol. 1 No. 14, Week of May 30, 2011
This week: Low get raw, Donny Osmond impromptu guest-vocals with Fictionist, The JaneDear girls up for an award, Colby Miller’s new album out NOW, the 5 Browns and Yo Gabba Gabba touring (separately), New Roxy Rawson song, Neon Trees, American Hollow, and Donny and Marie!
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Vol. 1 No. 11, Week of May 9, 2011
Roxy Rawson sings that “God’s Got Bones;” Marie Osmond and the Prodigal Husband; Fictionist on a roof, on a magazine, in a box, with a fox; Shaun Barrowes sells a song to Coke and offers you money to let him perform your song, and more!
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Vol 1 No. 9, Week of April 25, 2011
In this issue: The Return of Roxy Rawson; Alan Sparhawk talks God; Emily Hope Price goes solo; Lime Colony enters the test kitchen; Mormons clean up at a Nashville songwriting competition.
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For those of you who have been digging Roxy Rawson’s music, but are bummed that she lives across the Atlantic, rejoice! Roxy is making a short trip to America and will be playing a FREE concert in New York City. Here are the details:
Roxy Rawson live at Cafe Vivaldi
32 Jones Street, off Bleecker Street, Near Seventh Ave, NYC, New York NY10014
10/14/2009 at 8:15 PM
More information can be obtained at her MySpace. Good luck Roxy!
PODCAST AT THE BOTTOM OF THIS POST
All Things – Last Response
Morning Light – Nick and Shane Barnwell
Philanthropy – Roxy Rawson
On-Air Interview with Simeon Lawrence, AKA Young Sim
Over Ya Baby – Young Sim and Definit
The Painkillers – A Tremendous Machine
Music Video: Over Ya Baby by Young Sim and Definit
CLICK HERE FOR THE PODCAST:
Roxy Rawson’s music will strike you immediately as music like you’ve never heard before (in a good way). Her songs are delightfully eccentric, with jumping melody lines, colorful lyrics, and unorthodox rhythms. These kinds of musical isolates are rare these days. Try the song “Riddle It” on for size. Roxy agreed to be interviewed for Linescratchers and now adds an amazing amount of color to the blog.
Click find Roxy Rawson on iTunes, click here.
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