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Re: “Four Years After His Death, Jason Molina Lives on Through a New Book and a Revived Reunion

Thanks to the band at Motorco tonight. It was beautiful. I never get chills in late June during a Carolina summer, but tonight those chills came to me frequently during your wonderful set. "The Lioness" nearly caused hypothermia.

Posted by Shocka Kahn on 06/21/2017 at 11:55 PM

Re: “Chapel Hill Native Andrew Weathers Hops from Oakland to a Tiny Texas Town in Pursuit of New Musical Experiments

Great story about a fine couple with a meaningful dream. Pulling for you all the way, Andrew and Gretchen!

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Posted by Jeff Korsmo on 06/14/2017 at 5:01 PM

Re: “How Do You Solve a Problem of Two Like-Minded Shows in the Same Building on the Same Night?

there actually is a back door that cuts the transit between the two venues in half. someone might be willing to leave it propped open for the night... IJS

Posted by Daniel Stark on 06/08/2017 at 11:54 AM

Re: “Cry of Love vocalist Kelly Holland died depressed, but not alone

The Cry of Love debut album is still one of my favorites, and it's a damn shame that Kelly saw the end of his life, but didn't want help to change his situation. It's strange how many rock stars, specifically singers, have known that they were dying or were planning their suicide, were oddly comfortable and at peace with their decision to end their life, on their terms. The list of dead Rock stars dead too soon has become ridiculously long....

Posted by bluesbro71 on 06/05/2017 at 7:07 PM

Re: “Cry of Love vocalist Kelly Holland died depressed, but not alone

I was the drummer for the Screamin Cheetah Wheelies, and toured together in 93 when both bands' 1st cd came out. Kelley snd I worked on a side project after he left COL. He was incredibly talented and seemed troubled at the time, but I know he was trying to work on his emotional and spititual wellness. I still miss Kelley. He is one of many casualties of depression that I have known. l love the guy and pray for his daughter and family. T2

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Posted by Terry L Thomas on 06/02/2017 at 12:02 AM

Re: “Justin Williams is a gifted singer-songwriter whose personal problems get in his music's way

Late to the party here but I just had to thrown in my two cents... The little experience I've had with Justin was pretty negative. He's a loud, obnoxious, belligerent drunk who's greatest talent is clearing a room. You could watch people avoid him or leave when he would walk into a bar. I think he's the type of person that never takes responsibility for his actions and always has someone else to blame for his bad life choices. From what I've seen of him I have no doubt that he is capable of assault and he's such a sloppy drunk that he probably wouldn't even remember it. As far as his music goes, he has a knack for making catchy pop tunes that mimic whatever the trend is a the time but ultimately his work is derivative. I got dragged out to The Talk's first show and I thought they were a Strokes cover band.

Posted by KbAm on 06/01/2017 at 4:30 PM

Re: “Sam Beam's Iron & Wine moves to Durham, another stop along his Southern journey

There is nothing like Sam Beam. A poet with delicious depth and imagery that makes every song a never-ending mystery. I would move to Durham just for the chance of running into him in the coffee shop.

Posted by keyA on 05/25/2017 at 8:45 AM

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