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Rick Ostop
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Music is a healer. Not only can it turn around a bad day, it also has the ability to go deeper, eliciting a powerful therapeutic effect on the spirit, mind, and even body. Those of us who love music know what a difference it makes in every area of life. But our friend Paul Cannon is so passionate about this feeling that he’s taken it to the next level. His My Tribe movement is not just about the music he makes and what it means to him; it’s about global good vibes and a passion to bring peace and positivity to the masses.

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How far would you travel to see your favorite musician? Dean Gifford comes from Australia every year to see Steve Poltz. Here's the whys and hows, and what he thought of the show.

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Seven time Grammy Award winner Chris Goldsmith details the latest chapter in The Belly Up Tavern's 40 year history of bringing live music to San Diego, the new BellyUpLive.com.

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What do you get when you ask nine musicians and one 94.9 DJ to recall their favorite shows, first time shows, and best times at The Casbah? We bring the month-long 25th Anniversary to a close with their personal/ odd/ unique/ blurry and funny as shit answers.

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Obviously, at San Diego Rock ‘n’ Roll we slant towards covering rock. But, Tori Roze and The Hot Mess’ soulful performance on the just released video “Little Black Ballerina” grabbed us, and it’s just too good to ignore.

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The two piece dirty blues band Little Hurricane is back at it again with the release date announcement of their new album GOLD FEVER. What direction are they headed? Here’s the new single and a hint from the band at what’s in store.

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Ever since Paul Cannon Band began singing about his hometown, San Diego started to sing along. Not only did KPRI Radio 102.1 FM turn the happy-go-lucky acoustic “Homegrown” single into an ad jingle, but the San Diego Padres picked it up and turned it (though it’s not heard much this year) into their post-game celebration anthem. Can the rest of the album match the single?

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Thursday night at Carlsbad’s Boar Cross’n, Shake Before Us cooked up a livid set of measured chaos. They have a fine knack, whether on purpose or not, of tilting on the edge of derailment. They seem to get some guilty pleasure from taking their songs to the edge, finding a shaky balance, and then returning to safer, steady ground for their landing. This meld of raucous, rocking disorder quickly won the crowd over and held them in their hands ’til the last cymbal crashed.
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