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Rosebud Magazine: Nightmares For A Week Get Back To Songwriting Basics

Nightmares For A Week - Bill Manley, Sean-Paul Pillsworth, Steven Markota

Posted January 9, 2011.  By Happy Kreter. Nightmares For a Week are a band with a name that is instantly recognizable to fans of ‘90s punk rock. The phrase is taken from a line on Jawbreaker’s final album, 1995’s Dear You, … Continue reading

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AbsolutePunk: Nightmares Don’t Die

by Adam Pfleider Nightmares for a Week will release Don’t Die via Academy Fight Song on December 7th. Tracklisting 1. You Destroy Me 2. Baby 3. Veins 4. Old House 5. Bear Mountain 6. Our Vessel 7. Alright 8. Lightning Rod … Continue reading

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MTV2 Headbanger’s Ball: Guest Blog: 3 Frontman Joey Eppard’s Life Changed By Hudson Valley UFO Experience

originally posted: March 10, 2008 by Joey Eppard The year was 1983. I was 6 years old. We pulled into the driveway and got out of the car. My grandparents seemed to freeze in their tracks, pointing into the sky. … Continue reading

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Arlington Live Music Examiner: Keeping Funk alive

Funkadelic

by Vincent Brown Who is keeping Funk alive?  At least three funk bands were directly affected by the death of legendary Funk guitarist Garry Shider on June 16, 2010.  Funk stars of the seventies are getting old.  George Clinton and … Continue reading

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Woodstock concert pays tribute to guitarist Jason Foster (09.17.10)

Jason Foster performs at Woodstock '94 in Saugerties.

Kingston Freeman Preview published: 09/17/2010 by ANN GIBBONS link It’s an oft-told tale and certainly not indigenous to the music industry. Still, a benefit tribute concert Sunday is one way to keep young musicians walking the straight, narrow – and … Continue reading

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Get Magnet-ized in Poughkeepsie (02.08.02)

Times Herald-Record Published: 02/08/2002 By SANDY TOMCHO CONCERT PREVIEW: Jerk Magnet performs songs off its new CD, ‘Seven Minutes in Heaven,’ tonight at Club Crannel Street in Poughkeepsie. The name Jerk Magnet might make it difficult for a band to … Continue reading

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3 on the near edge of fame (10.01.99)

Kingston Freeman Preview Published: 10/01/1999 By PHILIP H. FARBER BACK in the early ’90s, our area was in the middle of a boom in local music. There were a couple of good compilation albums of Hudson Valley rock’n’roll, big crowds would gather … Continue reading

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