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FAQ 200 points:what band formed in seattle and the front man singer died at 27(easy one)

400 points:first group to wear masks/facepaint(easy one if you think about history *hint hint)

600:this songwriter wrote 1000 plus songs(*hint:


A: 200: Who were Nirvana?
400: Idk, who were KISS?
600: Is it "Who was Woody Guthrie?"
800: Umm...who were KISS and Pantera?
1000: ...damned if I know

Singer/Songwriter/Guitarist Rick Shea Spins Compelling Tales On His New CD ...

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Rick will celebrate the release of his new album with extensive touring around California and the southwest into Texas. Shows already booked include September 12 at the Coffee Gallery in Altadena; and on September 14 with Mary McCaslin at The Fret House in Covina. In addition, Rick will be a part of the Roots on the Rail music series dubbed the Kings of California with Dave Alvin, Chris Smither and Peter Case. The October 20-25 tour will offer

Source: Music Indistry News Network

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Breaking News

Lady Blues Sweep Pair Of Opponents To Open Fall Classic
WIBW - Jan 01, 1970
Hillary Hughes became the eighth player in Washburn history to get 1,000 kills and digs as she helped the fourth-ranked Lady Blues to a pair of sweeps in the first day of the Fall Classic presented by The Topeka Capitol Plaza Hotel. The Lady Blues (16


Outdoor concert benefits Washburn-Norlands Living History Center
Kennebec Journal - Jan 01, 1970
15 at Washburn-Norlands Living History Center, 290 Norlands Road. On the entertainment roster: * The Merry Plinksters, a newly-formed group of ukulele players, will perform at 1 p.m.. * Country, pop, bluegrass and rock music with local band Off The


Ichabods Travel To Face Blue Tigers Saturday
WIBW - Jan 01, 1970
With the win over Southwest Baptist, Washburn improved to 22-17 following a loss under head coach Craig Schurig and 8-2 following a loss since the 2009 season. Has recorded seven straight winning seasons for the first time in the program's history.