Minus The Bear 12/2 York, PA

Minus the Bear played at the Strand Capital Performing Arts Center in York, PA last Thursday night. TSI has been following this band for years and it’s cool to see their successes over time and the tremendous praise and push they’ve gotten from their latest album OMNI, which was released in May 2010. The single from that album, “My Time”, has been plastered everywhere, turning new Minus The Bear listeners into...

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WXPN Presents – Fig Is 5 Event, 12/3 – Lancaster, PA

WXPN and Fig of Lancaster have recently partnered. A section in Fig’s quarterly publication, called “Voices” will now be hosted by WXPN. This section will focus on music and featured bands and artist from the region. Fig has been celebrating Lancaster’s arts, businesses, and culture through it’s magazine for 5 years. They wanted to to celebrate their anniversary with the city itself. So they teamed with...

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WKDU’s Blast From the Past Alumni DJ Weekend

WKDU’s Blast From the Past Alumni DJ Weekend -Info Courtesy of WKDU’s website Tune in to WKDU Saturday December 18th and Sunday December 19th to hear Alumni DJs spin just like they used to! DJs from the 1970’s, 80’s, 90’s and 2000’s will return to the airwaves, plug in their laptops or may choose to go old school and just cue up the turntables. Among the live DJ’s scheduled are Bill Gellhaus and Bruce Walack from the...

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Warm Ghost Play NEW YORK On 12.9 At Webster Hall

Warm Ghost Play NEW YORK On 12.9 At Webster Hall With The Hundred In The Hands & Home Video Paul Duncan is currently recording and performing under the moniker Warm Ghost. It finds him taking a step beyond traditional instrumentation and one toward that of electronics, synthesizers, drum machines and processed field recordings. Warm Ghost has now evolved into a band in collaboration with Oliver Chapoy, where the sound is an...

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XPN Welcomes Jukebox The Ghost

XPN Welcomes Jukebox The Ghost -Courtesy of WXPN’s website Presented by First Unitarian Church of Philadelphia at First Unitarian Church of Philadelphia December 10, 2010 A Philadelphia based piano-pop trio that writes cleverly optimistic songs. Their music gives off an aura that vaguely resembles happiness. Imagine! Upon first listen to these guys you will probably think two things (depending on how in touch with the ’90s...

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