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Thursday, April 3, 2008

In the Last 24 Hours on Line Out

posted by on April 3 at 12:33 PM

Meet Your New Underage Columnist: Seeing as how I’ve been able to legally attend bar shows for years, it’s about time The Stranger gets an all-ages writer who’s actually under 21!

Disco and a Hot Lady in a Hot Dress: TJ Gorton on The Invisible Man’s 1980 classic.

Rock and Roll and a Hot Lady in NO Dress: Ari Spool’s photos from Sioux City Pete & the Beggars’ striptease… I mean, rock show.

Better Than Queens of the Stoneage: Brian Cook reviews Torche’s Meanderthal.

Tonight in Music: Say Hi, Imaad Wasif, and Hemingway.

No Idea Auctions Off Rare Test Pressings: Against Me!, Less Than Jake, Small Brown Bike records are being sold to benefit J. Robbins’ son Cal.

Greatest Tour of 2008?: Will Radiohead hit Seattle with Grizzly Bear?

Not-So-Greatest Tour of 2008: NKOTB are back together. And they have new material. And they’re going to tour.

Today’s Music News: Local booking company merges, Mariah bests Elvis, Elvis (the living one) gets his own TV show, and Jay-Z follows U2 and signs a deal with LiveNation.

Now They Want Your Credit Card #: MySpace unveils new music service that will compete with iTunes.

Conflict of Interest: The Stranger’s Team Metal invades the Fun House tonight.


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Radiohead and Grizzly Bear would be oh-so-awesome.

Posted by Bub | April 3, 2008 12:41 PM

Yeah, I might have to crawl out of my cave for that one.

Posted by Jerod | April 3, 2008 12:55 PM

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