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RN&R Vol 14 Issue 18
Been workin’ for the Man every night and day? Come down to Rollin’ on the River!
This article was published on 06.05.08
Knox Paisley is playing their grandparents’ rock ‘n’ roll—that would be Clapton, not Bill Haley.
With the Max Volume Band, the voice on the radio takes center stage.
By Brent Busboom
Borrow a cup of sugar from some Bad Neighbors.
By Ben Garrido
Wayward, but with direction.
Fireline gets ready for one hot summer.
By Susan Winters
With a mazurka of style and energy, Red Elvises explode into an instant party.
By Peter Thompson
Jen Chapin, daughter of Harry, brings her sweet, jazzy, urban folk to Reno.
By Jessica Santina
Kate Cotter, voted Reno’s “Best Local Musician”, opens for Jen Chapin with her ethereal, introspective music.
Mother Jones pumps out the jam.
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