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The emphasis on sports tends to obscure this fact, but ESPN is also a huge consumer of music. In fact, music has grown into a crucial underpinning of the Bristol-based company's televised sports empire. It's the soundtrack to game coverage, highlight...
Tribune criticThe kids in the Marian Catholic band look as if they're about to collapse. They came to class at 7:45 a.m., performed a full-dress show in the afternoon and took a jerky, four-hour ride bound for Indianapolis in crowded school buses after dark. At 10 p....
Tags: Football, Brian Johnson, Government, Sports, Game Playing
Bass, drums, and a rapper. It's unsettling how simple Political Animals' hip-hop is. Unsettling because they're stripped-down even compared to their underground peers. (Fellow CT underground rappers Sketch tha Cataclysm and Duece Bug have recently been...
The Chicago Bears made music history with the song "The Super Bowl Shuffle." The Shufflin' Crew sold more than 700,000 records and 170,000 videos. William "The Refrigerator" Perry became a household name. But the success of "The Super Bowl Shuffle" also...
For some people, rock and rap music are like oil and water. But two local artists are mixing the genres in a new song that they say could put Kansas City on the musical map. FOX 4's Stephanie Hockridge is Working for You with the report.
Tags: Kansas (music group)
Turn It UpSleep burned their own path in the â90s, a San Jose, Calif., trio that worshipped at the altars of Black Sabbath, cannabis and volume. Their sound was singular in its ambition, as slow, ominous and inexorable as a molton-lava flow.......
KickingTiresWhile it would be really easy to poke fun at the 10 songs GM???s audio engineer Matt Kirsch listens to when he tests car stereos, I look at his list and wonder where all the oomph is. One pet peeve......
TribLocal - Orland Park » NewsThey won over the teachers. Next, they will try to win over their peers. Sandburg sophomore Kenny Thomas and junior Gregory Guy are budding musicians …...
Lincoln ParkShould you need to use the facilities at Davis' coffee shop, make sure you lock the bathroom door....
Turn It UpTom Shimura, a k a hip-hop veteran Lyrics Born, feels like a new artist everytime he releases an album. Heâs got a history stretching back to the early â90s when he was in the Northern California-based hip-hop group Latyrx and......
Tribune reporterAt first glance it doesn't seem the books "Understand Rap" and "ZooBorns" would have much in common. But both books share Chicago roots, have 30-year-old authors, came out in 2010 and were written with the help of readers of their Web sites. "ZooBorns,"...
The Associated PressWhen Mike Tyson looks back on his friendship with Tupac Shakur, he thinks about the rapper's big heart, explosive anger - and the one regret he has about their relationship. "He always wanted me to smoke weed with him, and I never did it, and I wish I...
Tags: Redman, Music, Boxing, Documentary (genre), Entertainment
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