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Exclaim! Magazine - "The Underground Divas" (Independent) By Brent Hagerman May 07, 2004:

If the Stones composed an entire album of songs that sounded like "The Girl With Far Away Eyes" and "Dear Doctor,” and maybe got John Prine to contribute a few tracks about women he'd like to get to know biblically, the end result wouldn't be far off the Underground Divas' first release. With tongue never far away from cheek, the Underground Divas [of Montreal] jostle and bounce through 18 honky junk extravaganzas. Paying homage to Bible-thumpin' lovers and carnival bands with acoustic and steel guitar, mandolins, harmonica and piano, this ramshackle country folk band have hit upon several near classic songs that might just end up becoming saloon and campfire favourites. Judging by the beauty of tracks like "Baby Doll,” "Oh Me! Oh You! Oh My!" and "Am I your Man?" the Underground Divas are certainly a band to watch[.]

Capital Jazz Fest 2009:

Join us this June for the 17th annual Capital Jazz Fest, featuring live contemporary jazz and soul music on two big stages. This year's Fest will be held June 5-7, 2009 at Merriweather Post Pavilion. Tickets will go on sale on Saturday, March 7 at 12 noon EST!

Since its inception in 1993, the Capital Jazz Fest — which guitarist Chuck Loeb once referred to as the "Woodstock of jazz festivals" — has continually showcased the biggest names in contemporary jazz.

Official Website: http://www.capitaljazz.com/2009/

Added by Hawkes on May 29, 2009

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