Adam Ant & the Good, the Mad & the Lovely Posse With Prima Donna Mill City Nights, Minneapolis September 1, 2013 Adam Ant, the pirate punk hussar of British pop music, made his grand return to Minneapolis on Sunday night, delighting a roomful of his dedicated fans with a nearly two-hour set ... More >>
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Last Friday, Voice Media Group announced the winners of their first music writing awards. This winning piece by Jesse Sykes first appeared in Seattle Weekly's print edition. By Jesse Sykes As I was growing up in New York state--where the residents want you to know they don't live in "The City"--t ... More >>
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