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News & Views For Thursday, February 12

08:01 AM Thursday 2/12/09 | |

Howard Stern, Muzak, Mitch Ryder and Ryan Adams & Mandy Moore in News. Cowboy Junkies, 3 Doors Down, The Fray, Kathleen Edwards and the "Three Girls And Their Buddy Tour" in Views.

  • Mandy Moore

    House of Blues, West Hollywood, Calif.
    August 23, 2007

    (AP Photo)

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News …

Howard Stern says satellite radio is here to stay - Reuters

Muzak files for Chapter 11. All over the world people are now contemplating going back to the elevators for their elevator music fix - The New York Times / Associated Press

Huh? Mandy Moore and Ryan Adams? Engaged? - Associated Press

  • Ryan Adams

    Nashville welcomes back North Carolinian Ryan Adams to the Ryman Auditorium.
    November 20, 2004

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Catching up with Mitch Ryder - Toledo Blade

Views …

Cowboy Junkies in Birmingham, Alabama - "Like being at an intimate house concert, or attending the taping of an avant-garde music special for PBS." - Birmingham News

3 Doors Down in Midland, Texas - " … didn't disappoint. The band played for almost 90 minutes and laid down impressive live versions of their numerous hits, including 'It's Not My Time,' 'Here Without You,' 'Let Me Go,' 'Citizen/Soldier' and their best known song, 'Kryptonite,' which they saved for their encore." - Midland Reporter-Telegram / MyWestTexas.com

"Three Girls And Their Buddy Tour" - Emmylou Harris, Patty Griffin, Shawn Colvin and Buddy Miller in Torrington, Connecticut - "Each performer represents a slightly different niche of roots music, and together they compiled a compelling survey of the breadth and depth of what's usually lumped together under the catch-all term 'Americana.'" - The Hartford Courant

The Fray in London - "A familiar combination of rolling piano chords and guitar arpeggios coalesced around Slade's keening vocal part, as lyrics tumbled out in spectacularly garbled profusion." - The Times Online U.K.

Kathleen Edwards in Ontario - "With a variety of slower-paced, passionate numbers mixed with faster-tempo tap-your-foot-along tunes, Edwards captivated her crowd from beginning to end." - The Cord Weekly

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

Ray Manzarek (The Doors) is 70
Moe Bandy is 65
Steve Hackett is 59
Michael McDonald is 57

  • Michael McDonald

    Michael McDonald scores points with the crowd during his July 7th performance at Milwaukee's Summerfest.
    July 7, 2006

    (AP Photo)

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Chynna Phillips (Wilson Phillips) is 41
Jim Creeggan (Barenaked Ladies) is 39
Keri Lewis is 38


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