You may hear traces of Yellowcard in Minneapolis band All the Right Moves -- perhaps it's the violin implemented by both bands. The young band has crafted an album that hits the spot if you're looking for a guilty pleasure pop-punk to get lost in. When Your Compass Breaks is All the Right Moves' ven ... More >>
I think Rebecca Black sums up Kill-Me Kare Bare's music best with her world-famous quote, "Fun, fun, fun." The band even made a video promoting their album release, Just For Fun (hey, it's also in the title of their album) at Cause parodying Ms. Black's video. While many new artists ... More >>
Stylish singer-songwriter blushes when compared to Prince
Via duffyforcongress.comSean Duffy, doing his speed-climb thing. Congress may be his next stop.Over the course of his 41 years in the U.S. House of Representatives, and now as chairman of the House Appropriations Committee, Wisconsin's David Obey has accumulated power and prestige. Now that ... More >>
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