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Good-n-Loud Music to Close in February Thirty-five years of slugging it out and bringing local working musicians what they need will come to an end in February of 2011 when Steve and Chris Liethen close Good-n-Loud


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Bun E. Carlos to Produce Soul Shaker Album Soul Shaker is currently in pre-production, working on songs for their upcoming album.  Legendary Cheap Trick drummer Bun E. Carlos is taking on a producers role and helping


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2011 Launchpad Band Application Period to Open January 3rd The 2011 Launchpad competition, now in its 7th year, will open for registration on January 3rd.  Launchpad is the only program of its kind in the nation – a statewide school


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MAM Records “Umbrella Music Festival” to Benefit SlaveFree Madison On Thursday night, December 9th, The National Society of Leadership and Success along with MAM Records, Wisconsin Coalition Against Sexual Assault, and countless other clubs are holding a


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Headliners Ballroom to Open in 2011 Headliners Ballroom will open in January 2011 in the space formerly known as the Attic Ballroom in Waunakee at 107 Baker St Waunakee. The club will feature local, regional and


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                    Gomers Treat Madison With a Free mp3 From Their New Album Just in time for Halloween, the Gomers have posted a free mp3 from their upcoming


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Live Music returns to State St. Area – Sort Of Quaker Steak & Lube at the corner of Gorham and State, formerly occupied by Pizzeria Uno, has been quietly running music events on Thursdays. The management


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Whitney Mann Scores More Openings for Willie Nelson; George Jones Whitney Mann has landed two opening slots for prestigious country music artists. Earlier this year, Mann scored a pair of opening slots for Willie Nelson. Her


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Eli August to Release New CD With Release Party on Nov. 4th Eli August (aka Jon Koschkoreck) will celebrate the release of his new full-length CD, Let This House Burn Slowly, on November 4th at the


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Prairie Music Festival: It’s All About Choices Written by Greg Hettmansberger What to do on a September Sunday when the Packers don’t play until Monday night? Well of course there’s plenty, but it may be worth


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