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LOVE LOVE is on the Google Play! 

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Big thanks to Anngelle Wood for premiering Love Love's new song, "Leave Myself" on Boston Emissions on WZLX!

Come down and hear it live Toad this Saturday night (It's ‪#‎ValentinesDay‬, so we all need a little extra love love...

Love Love plays at 10 and 12 midnight with a Mount Peru set at 11.

Come early at 7 to hear The Darlings. http://thedarlings.com/music.html

Hear Boston Emissions at https://soundcloud.com/bostonemissions/be2815

RSVP for Saturday at https://www.facebook.com/events/705669529552753/

No cover charge for either show!

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Happy birthday to Mr. Michael Stipe,
55 years completed today.

John Michael Stipe (born January 4, 1960) is an American singer, lyricist, film producer and visual artist. He was the lead singer of the alternative rock band R.E.M. from their formation in 1980 until their dissolution in 2011.

Michael Stipe met Peter Buck, Bill Berry and Mike Mills while he was enrolled at the University of Georgia, and the four young men formed the alternative rock band R.E.M. in 1980.
The band sold more than 85 million records worldwide and becoming one of the world's best-selling bands of all time. In 2007, the band was inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame.

Released in September of 1987, R.E.M.'s fifth album, "Document", contained something no one ever expected to hear from the Athens band. It wasn't the Wire cover or Steve Berlin's saxophone skronking through "Fireplace". It wasn't Michael Stipe singing what purported to be a love song, which he had sworn at one point never to do.

The record packed an even bigger surprise: an actual radio hit. Before the year was over, "The One I Love" had peaked at No. 9 on the Billboard singles chart, and this was back when that meant something. It was R.E.M.'s first foray into a mainstream crowded with hair metal bands, mall-pop acts, and AOR interchangeables. Few of these acts would survive the decade, but this unlikely smash signaled only the start of the group's prolonged ascent.

#MichaelStipe  #REM  
#80sMusic  #AlternativeRock   
#CollegeRock  #Music
#Happybirthday

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On The Arts Fuse: We make planning your week easier. Arts Fuse critics select the best in music, film, theater, author readings, and dance that’s coming up in the next week. The choices include Philippe Garrel’s new film "Jealousy" at the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, Na Yoon-sun & Ulf Wakenius at The Regattabar, Ana Isabel Keilson + Company at Dance Complex, Bob Mould at the Paradise Rock Club, and The Poets' Theatre return with a staged reading of "Under Milk Wood."

http://artsfuse.org/113806/coming-attractions-what-will-light-your-fire-this-week-19/

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Debra Cash writes that a new volume of revealing interviews with legendary singer/songwriter Joni Mitchell (published by ECW Press) offers the pleasures of being a fly on the wall.

http://artsfuse.org/113880/fuse-book-review-joni-mitchell-one-side-now/
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