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News & Views

09:01 AM Thursday 2/21/08 | |

Carole King, Ace Frehley, Limbeck and Great White in News. Foo Fighters, Charlie Hunter Trio, Drive-By Truckers and Chick Corea / Bela Fleck in Views.

News …

No bad language please. We're British - Media watchdog group receives complaints about Brit Awards – The Times Online U.K.

Jazz musicians lacking health insurance – The New York Times (registration may be required)

Five years after the Station nightclub fire, Great White plays on – Los Angeles Times / Associated Press (registration may be required)

Two CD re-release of Carole King’s 1971 breakthrough album Tapestry to include tracks from 1973 concert – Legacy Recordings / Sony BMG / PRNewswire (press release)

Ace Frehley on Ace Frehley – "I still get along with everybody." – The Daily Times

Getting up to speed on LimbeckThe Marquette Tribune

Views …

Foo Fighters in NYC – "‘You’re gonna get a lot of bang for your buck,’ Mr. Grohl promised." - The New York Times (registration may be required)

Charlie Hunter Trio in Rochester, NY – " … you knew he realized his band was at the top of its game, and they were playing for a crowd that really wanted it." – Rochester Democrat and Chronicle

Drive-By Truckers in Boise – " … the quintet dove deep into its back catalogue for two joyful, exhausting hours, hammering the audience with a set crammed with hard-rocking anthems." – Idaho Statesman

Kid Rock in Tupelo – Decked out in a white suit, Kid Rock and his band, the Twisted Brown Trucker Band, tore through some of his biggest hits, like "‘Devil Without a Cause,’ ‘Amen’ and ‘Only God Knows Why.’" – Northeast Daily Mississippi Journal

Chick Corea and Bela Fleck in Tallahassee – "Talk about a merger of mighty minds — two supremely light-fingered, intuitive talents wove a potent spell in Ruby Diamond Auditorium." – Tallahassee Democrat

Bon Jovi in Motown – "Bon Jovi's staying power can be attributed to the band's stringent focus on its working class roots. The band has never gotten arty or wrapped up in politics or any of the trappings that tend to sink bands. " – The Detroit News

They Say It’s Their Birthday … (Or so says Associated Press)

David Geffen is 65

Jerry Harrison is 59

Mary Chapin Carpenter is 50

Ranking Roger is 47

Eric Heatherly is 38

Eric Wilson (Sublime) is 38

Tad Kinchla (Blues Traveler) is 35

Charlotte Church is 22

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