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If you're up for a trip to Amherst, you can learn about Boston's jazz history in a
Allen Toussaint, the highly prolific and revered songwriter, producer, pianist and performer has passed away at 77. 
Billboard has a significant report on GameSoundCon, a conference in Los Angeles earlier this week.
The Hard Times is like the Onion but with a very specific focus. It has dead-on satirical news stories but strictly within the realm of punk culture. One of their latest posts:
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All Things Must Pass, a new documentary, will be screened in Sacramento tonight.
The Four Tops earned their second No. 1, "Reach Out, I'll Be There" (on CD 7528-7529 Disc 1) on October 15, 1966. It was their biggest hit and remained on the singles chart for 15 weeks.
The newest crop of Rock and Roll Hall of Fame nominees has been announced.
One of the best ways to listen to music from throughout the world is via our Alexander Street streaming audio sub