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Valley teen marching in Macy’s parade

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Chris Hoback will be the lone representative of Colorado in the Great American Marching Band on Nov. 26 when he marches in the Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade. Hoback, a 16-year-old junior at Palisade High School, applied last school ...

Grand Junction Symphony to present gala

By Staff

The 2009 Symphony Gala is one hot ticket. ┬íSalsa Caliente! will celebrate the Grand Junction Symphony Orchestra’s 32nd season with an evening of dancing, gourmet food, fine wine and music by the symphony. The gala will begin with ...

Sam Bush fans should be pleased with his latest release

By Staff

“Circles Around Me” is the title of the new and, in my opinion, best solo recording from Sam Bush. The 56-year-old Bush is one of the musicians most responsible for the modern bluegrass or “new grass” movement that ...

Former Poco, Eagles bassist has a winner in ‘Expando’ CD

By Staff

Timothy B. Schmit, former bassist for Poco and the Eagles, has released a fantastic new CD titled “Expando.” After repeated listening, I still haven’t figured out how or where Schmit came up with the title. One thing I do ...

Good bands from the other side of the pond

By Rock Cesario

By now, most of you should know how I feel about the Beatles. What you may not know is that I am a fan of an awful lot of British bands and their music. I am also a big fan of Scottish and Irish bands and solo artists, but that is for another ...


Mesa State College hosting ‘Experience Africa’ Nov. 1-2

By Staff

An extravaganza of African music, percussion and voices will be on stage at Mesa State College as The Western Colorado Chorale presents Experience Africa. The concerts, set for 7:30 p.m. Sunday and Monday, Nov. 1–2, in the Recital Hall ...

Porch played a big role in accomplished musicians early days

By Rock Cesario

Robert Earl Keen and Lyle Lovett have been friends since their days in college together at Texas A&M in the early 1980s. Keen said they used to sit on the front porch of the house they shared, playing their guitars and thinking about ...


Salvadoran conductor, GJ symphony participate in musical exchange

By Staff

By MELINDA MAWDSLEY The United States and El Salvador are thousands of miles apart, but the Grand Junction Symphony Orchestra plans to prove the countries have one thing in common. “Music looks the same” in each country no matter ...

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Legends of music world among those with new CD releases

By Rock Cesario

There seems to be no end to the new music that is being released this year. Apparently some people are still buying CDs because they are still releasing a lot of them right now. Some of the following information was taken from Ambush, the ...

Guy Clark’s latest, ‘Somedays the Song Writes You,’ could be among his best storytelling

By Rock Cesario

As I have said recently, there is a lot of great new music that has just been released. This past week, it was Robert Earl Keen and Kris Kristofferson with new music. Robert Earl’s good friend, Lyle Lovett, is releasing “Natural ...

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