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Thursday, 01 November 2012 09:42

Thursday morning music news: Chuck Berry slays Cleveland, Cat Power hits hard times and jazz great David S Ware passes on

Thursday morning music news: Chuck Berry slays Cleveland, Cat Power hits hard times and jazz great David S Ware passes on facebook.com/ChuckBerry
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For a while there, it seemed things were looking up for Chan Marshall, but no.

Maybe something got lost in translation, but WTF? Vladimir.

Kathleen Edwards has formed an all-girl group. Yes, it really is called "Modern Beaver."

A documentary about Levon Helm is due out early 2013.

Jazz saxophone innovator David S Ware has died at the age of 62.

The Dean takes on Pete Townsend's memoir.

This list is at least 4,995 names too short.

Take a tour of Devo's gear, including a stop at the "potato guitar" station.

Crate diggers need to work harder: AP spotlights the first recorded piece of music ever.

It took the Postal Service a decade but "Give Up" has gone platinum.

By all lights, Chuck Berry put on a heck of a show at the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame.

Halloween is over but that doesn't mean Diplo's BBC Radio mix is any less scream worthy.

Arcade Fire talks new album in 2013.

College Republicans vs. the National.

Axl Rose vs. Jimmy Kimmel.

Of course Gary Glitter has been caught up in the Jimmy Savile sex abuse scandal.

Is Apple's Pandora killer on the way?

Jersey's greatest punk band makes a video and Grantland tags along.

Hackers take on Aerosmith. Steven Tyler kills them with kindness.

Move over Starbucks. Papa John's is the new hit maker.

Think a great year in music is over? Think again.

NPR looks back at Stephen Colbert's greatest musical guest spots.

The Stranger spills out an oral history of the Cleveland hardcore scene.

The Quietus interviews Kylie Minogue.

Music journalist Eric Demby made a career move. It worked out OK.

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