Happy Memorial DAY!

Most importantly remember those who have died for our country while eating plenty of burgers and dogs. Make sure to also drinking some brews, get a little sun, maybe if you’re lucky – a dip in the pool or some Slip n Slide action. But stay safe out there kids…make sure to get all of your picnic essentials. Have a great Memorial Day...

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Bell X1 @ First Unitarian Church

AEG Live Presents .. Bell X1 Jarrod Gorbel Thu, June 2, 2011 8:30 pm $18.00 THIS EVENT IS ALL AGES Bell X1 Bell X1 were named after the first aircraft to break the sound barrier, flown in 1947 by Chuck Yeager. Jagermeister is a particularly evil spirit that has no place in any reputable establishment, unlike gin. “Gin and tonic dressing gown…” is a lyric from Bell X1′s debut album, Neither am I, released in...

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This weekend’s edition of Sound Opinions

Sound Opinions Show #287: 05.27.11  - Will air in Philly listening area on 88.5 WXPN on Sunday, May 29th at 5PM Mike Watt of the California punk band The Minutemen talks about the band’s history, legacy and influential album Double Nickels on the Dime. Sundays at 5pm Every Sunday at 5pm, Sound Opinions fires up smart and spirited discussions about a wide range of popular music, from indie rock to classic rock, hip hop to...

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Live @ WKDU: Sunny Ali and the Kid

Live @ WKDU: Sunny Ali and the Kid -info courtesy of WDKU’s website Philadelphia’s own Sunny Ali and the Kid. Country death punk from two American born Pakistani studs. Sunny Ali and the Kid’s...

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Deer Tick

Deer Tick is led by singer/songwriter John McCauley, who takes his cues from legendary songwriters such as Townes Van Zant, Neil Young and Ritchie Valens, and big stage personalities like Sammy Davis Jr., and Tony Bennett. Like Tony Bennett, McCauley’s influences are something that set his live shows apart from most other acts. The Deer Tick experience is something that can be fun and heart wrenching at the same time. Deer Tick...

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