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Michgan Based Pedal Company Rocking My Socks Off

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I was watching a band play a few weeks ago and I got to strike up a conversation with the bassist after their set.  I’m a bit interested in guitar pedals and gear (to say the least) so I had to ask what he was using. And one of them that he pointed out was […]

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For Those Ever Interested In The Recording Side Of Things

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One of my biggest passions, which works right into the whole radio thing, is recording.  And one of the subscriptions that I recommend anyone is to Tape Op. I got it shown to me last here when I was working a game here at the station.  A lot of the people in interviews I usually […]

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Playing For Change Foundation Benefit Show On Sunday

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Going on down at the Upfront on Sunday evening at 6pm is a Playing For Change Foundation benefit show. The Chanteymen, Midnight Manual, Skunk Fur and Eclettico are set to play.  I know I’ve seen The Chanteymen (they used to practice in a house I lived in) and they are really good.  I’m excited to […]

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Witnessing The Victory Toss…

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Walt mentioned this morning when I was hanging out in the studio about a listener asking if the victory toss for Main Street Monday actually happens. I decided to try and take a picture of the toss for proof’s sake..  

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Indie Rock Show Held At Peter White Library Saturday Night

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This past Saturday evening the bottom of the Peter White Library was just a bit louder than normal as an indie rock concert featuring four bands was held. Marquette’s own Endeavor to Persevere and Wett Nurse opened, playing their respective styles of thrash punk and garage rock which the crowd got into.  This was the […]

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Hidden Gem Of An Antique Store Found In Houghton County

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First off, hope everyone had a great Thanksgiving! For the weekend I got to go home, which is the Houghton area, and I found this cool store in the Calumet/Laurium area from a friend. It’s an antique store called The Yard Sale and it’s on the corner of 3rd and Hecla in Laurium.  I love […]

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Here’s Hoping To A Safe Thanksgiving!

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Here’s hoping if you’re out on a trip for Thanksgiving visiting family and friends that you make it there safely.  If you happen to go over the big bridge, here’s some information on conditions of the Mackinac Bridge. Conditions Mackinac Bridge Authority Site Have a good Thanksgiving everyone!

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The Terminal Orchestra Playing Live At The DeVos Art Museum

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Poster made by Joanna Papaleo On Saturday night this weekend The Terminal Orchestra will be playing at The DeVos Art Museum as part of the closing for the John Lautner Exbit.  The band is known for its epic pieces of music (think soundtracks) and large size of the band (there will probably be 10 to […]

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Tonight Is “A Free Evening With The Bingers”

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This evening there is a free show going on at Northern Michigan University.  The Bingers, from Chicago are headlining the show along with special guests Windmill, and El Tigre Ultimo.  You can check out the facebook page here. The show was organized by Last Resort, who are a group of students who are dedicated to […]

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Mostly Midwest Brings New Music From The Midwest To The Masses

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Founded last year, website Mostly Midwest has been finding, discovering, reviewing and posting under-appreciated music from the Midwest. Much of the music is more folk orientated, but has been straying out into punk, rock and hip-hop that the members like as well. I’m glad to see people get into action to promote music from Michigan […]

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