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Friday, June 10, 2011

Music Links: Magik*Magik Orchestra on Playing with Rock Bands, Can't Remember Lyrics, and More

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click to enlarge John Vanderslice and Magik*Magik's Minna Choi
  • John Vanderslice and Magik*Magik's Minna Choi

Magik*Magik Orchestra artistic director Minna Choi explains why she likes working with rock bands. [the Bay Bridged]

Haha: can't remember his own crappy lyrics. [SF Gate]

Emily's Army, the band of Green Day singer Billie Joe Armstrong's son, Joey, plays tonight at the Uptown in Oakland. [7x7]

Famed singer-songwriter Jackson Browne explains why he'll talk to the press about Cuban singer Carlos Varela, but not about his own albums. [SF Gate]

Paul McCartney tells Wired that he's dusted off the tape loop machines he used to record Tomorrow Never Knows for a new project. [Wired / Underwire]

An interview with S.F.'s Blind Willies, who find the common ground between rock and Americana. [The Owl Mag]

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