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Music, Ramblin' Gamblin' Men

Ramblin' Gamblin' Men

For the millions who have come to worship its wanderlust sentiments, Jack Kerouac's On the Road is a sacred text. The book is widely celebrated as the rejection of conformity, the pursuit of boundless freedom, and of the spiritual joy…
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Music Awards, Award Show Guide

Award Show Guide

Americana/Folk/Country David Dondero From David Dondero's "Living and the Dead": "I play the skinny indie white boy blues/ In scuffed-up military-style shoes/ I'm a convenience store connoisseur/ On a broken-shoestring-budget tour." Indeed, Dondero is the quintessential troubadour, having traversed the…
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Calendar, Resolution Guide

Sounding Out the New Year

As anyone who's ever dated a San Francisco musician can attest, rockers rarely keep their promises. But damn if they don't sound good making them! Here are a few resolutions for 2004 from San Francisco's best aspiring rock gods, DJs,…
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Music, Wander Lore

Wander Lore

David Dondero gets around. In his 32 years, he's traversed the continent many times over, traveling from Anchorage, Alaska, to Pensacola, Fla. Along the way he's resided in a slew of American burgs -- including San Francisco, from which he…
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Music, Pop Philosophy Upstreaming Without a Paddle

Upstreaming Without a Paddle

The local music scene's all abuzz with the rumor that tiny S.F. rock label Future Farmer has been bought by (or, as they say in industry parlance, "partnered with") music giant Sony. Inquiring minds want to know if this means…
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