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One might ask why a good Lutheran boy like J. S. Bach would choose to compose a Catholic Mass, let alone infuse it with the very essence of his genius.  But more importantly, we should see the Mass in B…
Concert review: LouFest announces 2012 lineup while the Blind Eyes and Morning Teleportation rock, at Plush, Tuesday, April 3
The Blind Eyes and Morning Teleportation rocked Plush as the artists for this year's lineup for LouFest rolled across a screen.
Book review: Alina Simone discovers that 'You Must Go and Win'
Alina Simone "You Must Go and Win" Faber & Faber By her own admission in the essay collection "You Must Go and Win," Alina Simone has a very small fan base, and that fan base is comprised mostly of depressed…
Concert review: Sharon Van Etten and the War on Drugs get up close and personal at the Luminary, Saturday, March 31
I'll be the first to admit that I was definitely 100% more interested in seeing the War on Drugs Saturday night at the Luminary Center for the Arts than headliner, Sharon Van Etten.
Concert review: William Fitzsimmons (with Denison Witmer) finds the sweet, quiet spot at the Firebird, Saturday, March 31
Philadelphia's Denison Witmer opened with a set of introspective tunes concerned with self-study and literary metaphors. After a few minutes of self-deprecation about his height, Witmer slipped into "Light on My Face" from 2012's "The Ones Who Wait." The track…
Concert review: Peter Frampton comes alive (and then some) at the Peabody Opera House, Friday, March 30
A sold-out crowd packed the Peabody Opera House on a lovely spring Friday night to see if a rock legend still had the chops.
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