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Re: “With the Rosebuds, Ivan Howard Inspired a Generation of Triangle Musicians. So Where Did He Go?

I spotted Ivan at Pie Pushers before the Bon Iver show in Durham this past Monday night and wondered what he had been up to. Good to know that he's putting out new music. I'll be looking forward to hearing it.

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Posted by Shocka Kahn on 11/15/2017 at 11:43 AM

Re: “Mahavishnu Orchestra’s John McLaughlin Looks Toward Retirement After Half a Century of Groundbreaking Guitar Work

I was a sophomore in high school when I was introduced to John McLaughlin via the Birds Of Fire album by the Mahavishnu Orchestra. That album was an eye, ear, mind and soul opener, and Ive been hooked ever since. I saw John last Friday night in NYC, and at 75 he STILL plays with the fire, passion and technical prowess of a man in his 20s. There is only ONE, and there will never be another JOHN MCLAUGHLIN!!!

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Posted by Anthony Richards on 11/11/2017 at 8:57 AM

Re: “Mahavishnu Orchestra’s John McLaughlin Looks Toward Retirement After Half a Century of Groundbreaking Guitar Work

i was born in the 60s and i know him well,... i hope we keep him close in the memories of his legacy hes leaving behind,... McGlaughlin is a Music Hero
-C WILL- drummer producer, composer
www.youtube.com/skinhitters

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Posted by Cee Will on 11/09/2017 at 7:01 AM

Re: “Is It a Good Idea to Call a Country and Southern-Rock Concert a Carolina Uprising?

Allison, you, as so many other people these days, are just looking to make something political or worry about who might be offended. I attended the event. It was fantastic , the music was awesome and so was the crowd! Just a lot of nice people having a great day and listening to great music. No politics. No protesting. I suggest if you want to be a writer ,try being more original.

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Posted by Dianna Hurt Wright on 10/29/2017 at 7:14 PM

Re: “Tony Levin, Who Powered King Crimson’s Third Act With Low-End Prowess, Keeps Propelling the Prog-Rock Band Thirty Years Later

Your comment loses all bite when you use the term "snowflake" earnestly. Also, I thought Tony was barely audible in the mix from where I was sitting. FAN-f-ing-TASTIC show.

Posted by terryboo on 10/29/2017 at 2:43 PM

Re: “Tony Levin, Who Powered King Crimson’s Third Act With Low-End Prowess, Keeps Propelling the Prog-Rock Band Thirty Years Later

You do know that intelligent people enjoy Tony Levin and not just dumb snowflakes who cowered in the face of reduced government bureaucracy during the Reagan/Thacher era. Why did you have to degrade an otherwise pleasant article with your damned socialism mongering?

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Posted by Bill Huber on 10/27/2017 at 3:55 PM

Re: “Is It a Good Idea to Call a Country and Southern-Rock Concert a Carolina Uprising?

This was an interesting and fair exploration of the issue. Thanks for writing it. I'm sorry the swamp-dwellers above rose out of the muck to bleat their tiresome refrain.

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Posted by Donald Ball on 10/26/2017 at 2:37 PM

Re: “Live: Bill Callahan Sees How Low He Can Go

I found the performance to be incredibly boring, blown away by the openers. But then again, I am only really familiar with a few Smog records and Woke on a Whale Heart. At least I will have fond memories of his circa 2002/3 Gate City Noise show in Greensboro.

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Posted by terryboo on 10/25/2017 at 1:03 PM

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