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Beardfish - NEARfest 2009, Bethlehem PA
Review by Julie Knispel
It’s a cliché in most genres that long time fans are always looking for the next "big thing"…that band that picks up from where the past masters left off and drives the musical style forward.
Adrian Belew - Live in Buffalo, New York, March 2008
Review by Sonya Kukcinovich Hill and Grant Hill
Adrian Belew: A legendary name, brought into the limelight by the great Frank Zappa, mainstay of King Crimson fame for the past 27 years, edgy contributor to Nine Inch Nails, David Bowie, and The Talking Heads, session guy to countless others of nearly every modern musical persuasion, and intricate, creative band leader of his power trio,  lyricist and fine artist, and a  middle aged bundle of energy.
Adrian Belew - The Adrian Belew Power Trio Live in Buffalo, New York, October 2011
Review by Grant Hill

The “Two of a Perfect Trio” tour was a well-publicized series of concerts by the Adrian Belew power Trio and Tony Levin’s Stick Men.

Black Bonzo - Live at RoSfest 2008
Review by Josh Turner
For me, the hands down favorite of the festival was Black Bonzo. They might be Swedish, but they’ve more or less taken the genre of Americana and turned it on its head.
Blind Ego - Live at RoSfest 2008
Review by Josh Turner
Blind Ego was the first band to start the first official day of the fifth festival. They were solid but what was odd was the fact that their frontman, Kalle Wallner, operated off to the side and in an unimposing stance.
Bruford Levin Upper Extremities - Live in Chicago, December 9, 1998
Review by Gary Hill
This was the last show of the latest leg of BLUE`s tour. If this band makes it back on to the road again, do whatever it takes to see them.
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