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By Chris Kaltenbach, The Baltimore Sun | May 16, 2011
Rockers Collective Soul will headline the concert line-up at September's inaugural Baltimore Grand Prix, organizers announced Monday. A concert stage will be set up at the corner of Howard and Camden streets, with bands playing throughout the three-day run of the race, set for Sept. 2-4. In addition to Collective Soul, scheduled acts include The Bridge, National Bohemian, Jimmie's Chicken Shack and the All Mighty Senators. Ticketholders to the race will be able to gain admission to the concert area at no extra charge.
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By Chris Kaltenbach, The Baltimore Sun | May 16, 2011
Rockers Collective Soul will headline the concert line-up at September's inaugural Baltimore Grand Prix, organizers announced Monday. A concert stage will be set up at the corner of Howard and Camden streets, with bands playing throughout the three-day run of the race, set for Sept. 2-4. In addition to Collective Soul, scheduled acts include The Bridge, National Bohemian, Jimmie's Chicken Shack and the All Mighty Senators. Ticketholders to the race will be able to gain admission to the concert area at no extra charge.
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By J.D. Considine and J.D. Considine,Sun Pop Music Critic | August 19, 1999
Ed Roland doesn't have much patience for people who only look before they leap to conclusions about Collective Soul.Because his band hails from Stockbridge, Ga., and boasts not one, not two, but three guitar players, many people in the music press have therefore deduced that Collective Soul is a Southern rock band. Therefore, the music Collective Soul plays is very much in the mold of such multi-guitar outfits as Lynyrd Skynyrd and the Allman Brothers Band.Guess again, says Roland."I think a lot of those people weren't listening to the records," says the singer and guitarist, over the phone from a tour stop in New York City.
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By Chris Kaltenbach, The Baltimore Sun | May 13, 2010
As if being in the Preakness infield isn't cool enough — how about rocking onstage at the Preakness, in front of a bunch of family and friends? O.A.R. can't wait. Growing up in Rockville, drummer Chris Culos says, the Preakness was always a big deal — a major party, and a chance for him and his friends to kick back and have a serious good time. Even after he and three Wootton High School classmates decided to form a band their junior year, it never occurred to them that they'd be on that stage someday.
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By Ishita Singh | July 31, 2008
Live, Collective Soul and Blues Traveler With the release of Throwing Copper in 1994, which went on to sell eight-times platinum, Live became a rock sensation. Though their commercial success has waned, the band still draws large audiences with hits such as 2001's "Overcome" and 2003's "Heaven." The band tours with blues rockers Blues Traveler and the alternative band Collective Soul. The show begins at 7 p.m. on Tuesday at Pier Six Concert Pavilion, 731 Eastern Ave. Tickets are $30-$55.
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By Rashod D. Ollison | September 1, 2005
Raul Malo / Rams Head Tavern Eclectic Latin-jazz-rock musician Raul Malo plays Rams Head Tavern, 33 West St. in Annapolis, tonight at 8. Tickets are $25. For more information, call 410-268-4545 or visit www.ramsheadtavern.com. Collective Soul / Rams Head Live Collective Soul storms through Rams Head Live, 20 Market Place, tomorrow night at 9. Tickets are $20 in advance and $23 at the door. For more information, call 410-244-1131 or visit www.ramsheadlive.com. Chuck Brown / Jazzy Summer Nights Chuck Brown, the Godfather of Go-Go, headlines Jazzy Summer Nights tonight in Hopkins Plaza, 2 Hopkins Place.
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By J.D. Considine | March 27, 1997
Collective SoulDisciplined Breakdown (Atlantic 82984)As the success of R.E.M. and other bands has shown, alternative rock definitely has a place in the South. But does Southern rock have a place in alternative music? Until recently, it would have been hard to answer in the affirmative, since recent boogie-oriented bands have all been written off as '70s-rock recidivists (for example, the Georgia Satellites, the Black Crowes, et al.). But with "Disciplined Breakdown," Collective Soul makes a strong case for the view that modern rock has plenty of room for boogie licks -- provided you know where to put them.
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By Julie Bykowicz and Baltimore Sun reporter | February 2, 2010
Gov. Martin O'Malley touted his administration's accomplishments and promoted plans to foster jobs and protect homeownership amid a struggling economy, addressing Maryland lawmakers as a group Tuesday for the final time before they all face re-election this fall. In a State of the State speech that fellow Democrats said struck a measured yet hopeful tone but Republicans decried as a preview of a campaign stump speech, the governor warned of "a dark thing that has penetrated deep into our collective soul ... that somehow we are destined to decline, backslide and fail."
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By Ron Smith | February 5, 2010
Gov. Martin O'Malley's State of the State address Tuesday was, well, strange. By that I mean it was filled with Kennedy-like rhetoric such as, "The recession will end, our journey is not over. And our best days are still in front of us if we make it so." This reassurance, according to Sun reporter Julie Bykowicz, drew a bipartisan standing ovation from the lawmakers and guests in attendance, unlike his warning about "a dark thing that has penetrated deep into our collective soul ... that somehow we are destined to decline, backslide and fail."
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By Chris Kaltenbach, The Baltimore Sun | May 13, 2010
As if being in the Preakness infield isn't cool enough — how about rocking onstage at the Preakness, in front of a bunch of family and friends? O.A.R. can't wait. Growing up in Rockville, drummer Chris Culos says, the Preakness was always a big deal — a major party, and a chance for him and his friends to kick back and have a serious good time. Even after he and three Wootton High School classmates decided to form a band their junior year, it never occurred to them that they'd be on that stage someday.
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By Ron Smith | February 5, 2010
Gov. Martin O'Malley's State of the State address Tuesday was, well, strange. By that I mean it was filled with Kennedy-like rhetoric such as, "The recession will end, our journey is not over. And our best days are still in front of us if we make it so." This reassurance, according to Sun reporter Julie Bykowicz, drew a bipartisan standing ovation from the lawmakers and guests in attendance, unlike his warning about "a dark thing that has penetrated deep into our collective soul ... that somehow we are destined to decline, backslide and fail."
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By Julie Bykowicz | julie.bykowicz@baltsun.com | February 3, 2010
Gov. Martin O'Malley promoted his administration's accomplishments and plans to foster jobs and protect homeownership amid a struggling economy, addressing Maryland lawmakers as a group Tuesday for the final time before they all face re-election this fall. In a State of the State speech that fellow Democrats said struck a measured yet hopeful tone but Republicans decried as a preview of a campaign stump speech, the governor warned of "a dark thing that has penetrated deep into our collective soul ... that somehow we are destined to decline, backslide and fail."
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By Julie Bykowicz and Baltimore Sun reporter | February 2, 2010
Gov. Martin O'Malley touted his administration's accomplishments and promoted plans to foster jobs and protect homeownership amid a struggling economy, addressing Maryland lawmakers as a group Tuesday for the final time before they all face re-election this fall. In a State of the State speech that fellow Democrats said struck a measured yet hopeful tone but Republicans decried as a preview of a campaign stump speech, the governor warned of "a dark thing that has penetrated deep into our collective soul ... that somehow we are destined to decline, backslide and fail."
ENTERTAINMENT
By Ishita Singh | July 31, 2008
Live, Collective Soul and Blues Traveler With the release of Throwing Copper in 1994, which went on to sell eight-times platinum, Live became a rock sensation. Though their commercial success has waned, the band still draws large audiences with hits such as 2001's "Overcome" and 2003's "Heaven." The band tours with blues rockers Blues Traveler and the alternative band Collective Soul. The show begins at 7 p.m. on Tuesday at Pier Six Concert Pavilion, 731 Eastern Ave. Tickets are $30-$55.
ENTERTAINMENT
By Rashod D. Ollison | September 1, 2005
Raul Malo / Rams Head Tavern Eclectic Latin-jazz-rock musician Raul Malo plays Rams Head Tavern, 33 West St. in Annapolis, tonight at 8. Tickets are $25. For more information, call 410-268-4545 or visit www.ramsheadtavern.com. Collective Soul / Rams Head Live Collective Soul storms through Rams Head Live, 20 Market Place, tomorrow night at 9. Tickets are $20 in advance and $23 at the door. For more information, call 410-244-1131 or visit www.ramsheadlive.com. Chuck Brown / Jazzy Summer Nights Chuck Brown, the Godfather of Go-Go, headlines Jazzy Summer Nights tonight in Hopkins Plaza, 2 Hopkins Place.
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By J.D. Considine and J.D. Considine,Sun Pop Music Critic | August 19, 1999
Ed Roland doesn't have much patience for people who only look before they leap to conclusions about Collective Soul.Because his band hails from Stockbridge, Ga., and boasts not one, not two, but three guitar players, many people in the music press have therefore deduced that Collective Soul is a Southern rock band. Therefore, the music Collective Soul plays is very much in the mold of such multi-guitar outfits as Lynyrd Skynyrd and the Allman Brothers Band.Guess again, says Roland."I think a lot of those people weren't listening to the records," says the singer and guitarist, over the phone from a tour stop in New York City.
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By Julie Bykowicz | julie.bykowicz@baltsun.com | February 3, 2010
Gov. Martin O'Malley promoted his administration's accomplishments and plans to foster jobs and protect homeownership amid a struggling economy, addressing Maryland lawmakers as a group Tuesday for the final time before they all face re-election this fall. In a State of the State speech that fellow Democrats said struck a measured yet hopeful tone but Republicans decried as a preview of a campaign stump speech, the governor warned of "a dark thing that has penetrated deep into our collective soul ... that somehow we are destined to decline, backslide and fail."
ENTERTAINMENT
By J.D. Considine | March 27, 1997
Collective SoulDisciplined Breakdown (Atlantic 82984)As the success of R.E.M. and other bands has shown, alternative rock definitely has a place in the South. But does Southern rock have a place in alternative music? Until recently, it would have been hard to answer in the affirmative, since recent boogie-oriented bands have all been written off as '70s-rock recidivists (for example, the Georgia Satellites, the Black Crowes, et al.). But with "Disciplined Breakdown," Collective Soul makes a strong case for the view that modern rock has plenty of room for boogie licks -- provided you know where to put them.
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