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From Burning Man to You: The exclamation is necessary with Albino! Free to be you and me.There's no shortage o' Bendites who make the pilgrimage to Nevada's Burning Man Festival each summer. And those who head March 26, 2008

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  • From Burning Man to You: The exclamation is necessary with Albino!

    Free to be you and me.There's no shortage o' Bendites who make the pilgrimage to Nevada's Burning Man Festival each summer. And those who head
      Free to be you and me.There's no shortage o' Bendites who make the pilgrimage to Nevada's Burning Man Festival each summer. And those who head south for a few days of mind expansion and desert wandering during the festival likely have come across the tunes of Albino! (Note: We don't mean to scream that sentence at you, the San Francisco-based band uses the exclamation point in their official title.) And, for all those who shy away from the Burning Man scene, Albino! is bringing its world beats to the streets this spring. The 12-piece Afrobeat ensemble frequents festivals across the country and is known for its high-energy tracks and exhilarating live shows. Albino! is currently on tour to promote the release of a new live album featuring saxophonist Karl Denson (the same Karl D who recently jammed in Bend with the Greyboy Allstars).
  • Breaking the Mold: Heavyweight Dub's A.P.O.S.T.L.E. takes Longfellow over Snoop

    The many faces of A.P.O.S.T.L.E.Hip-hop artist, educator and social activist A.P.O.S.T.L.E's first live performance was a reading of "Paul Revere's Ride" by Henry Wadsworth Longfellow.
      The many faces of A.P.O.S.T.L.E.Hip-hop artist, educator and social activist A.P.O.S.T.L.E's first live performance was a reading of "Paul Revere's Ride" by Henry Wadsworth Longfellow. He was in the second grade. "I instinctively put rhythm to it in order to better memorize it," he said of the reading. "I started writing my own poetry a few years later." Now, some 25 years after his first "live performance," A.P.O.S.T.L.E (real name Jeff Campbell) has become a widely celebrated member of the hip-hop community and beyond. He's done most of his touring with his former band Heavyweight Dub Champion, although he's currently on the road with the heavily hyped DJ Quest.
  • Essentially Honest And Sweaty

    A setlist from any of The Essentials recent live performances explains what the band is all about: legendary music.
      A setlist from any of The Essentials recent live performances explains what the band is all about: legendary music. Covering the likes of Marvin Gaye, Otis Redding and Prince, while also tossing in some originals, The Essentials should produce a horn-heavy, soulful show at The Annex on Saturday night. The Essentials are a 10-piece mixing bowl of talented musicians that infuses tight percussions, saxophones, keyboards, bass, guitars, trumpets, trombones and soothing vocals to form a throwback sound with a modern feel.

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