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Friday, April 11, 2014

Music Links: 5000 More Songs at Nap's Karaoke, Outside Lands Announces its Lineup, and the James Hetfield Soundboard Goes Android

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So, what's your day job? Tim Markus, previously of Or, the Whale, is doing alright for himself as a maker of custom guitar amplifiers. [SFBG]

Interesting profile of parenting while touring as a band on the road, featuring Neil Campau and Ellen Avis of Electrician. [EBX]

Kanye West, the Killers, and Tiesto -- The Outside Lands lineup has been announced, and it's looking pretty good. [SFW]

One of the best karaoke nights in the city just got better: Nap's Karaoke at Virgil's just added 5000 songs for you to black out and sift through. [Mission Mission]

"Gimme dabajabaza," the ultimate in modern convenience has arrived: the James Hetfield soundboard is now available as an app for Android phones. [NBC Bay Area]

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