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By Colin Campbell | December 19, 2012
Here in Baltimore for the first time in the better part of two decades on what's ostensibly a promotional tour for their latest release, "Away From the World," the Dave Matthews Band played a set sprinkled with only a handful of obligatory tracks from the album last night at 1st Mariner Arena. The rest of the nearly three-hour concert was a reach into the band's early discography that left the crowd cheering till it was hoarse. Matthews came out before the show to introduce The Lumineers ("not that they need it," he remarked)
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By Colin Campbell | December 19, 2012
Here in Baltimore for the first time in the better part of two decades on what's ostensibly a promotional tour for their latest release, "Away From the World," the Dave Matthews Band played a set sprinkled with only a handful of obligatory tracks from the album last night at 1st Mariner Arena. The rest of the nearly three-hour concert was a reach into the band's early discography that left the crowd cheering till it was hoarse. Matthews came out before the show to introduce The Lumineers ("not that they need it," he remarked)
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August 21, 1998
In an article in Wednesday's Today section, two members of the Dave Matthews Band were misidentified. Boyd Tinsley is the violinist, and Leroi Moore plays saxophone.The Sun regrets the error.Pub Date: 8/21/98
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Erik Maza and The Baltimore Sun | February 15, 2012
Dave Matthews Band will perform at Jiffy Lube Live this summer, it was announced Wednesday morning. It's the first summer tour for Matthews since 2010. He's set to perform in Bristow June 16. He'll be promoting a new album that'll be released sometime this year, a follow-up to 2009's "Big Whiskey and the GrooGrux King. " Tickets go on sale March 9; price is not yet available. Gary Clark Jr., who performed in Baltimore in December, is opening.
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Erik Maza and The Baltimore Sun | February 15, 2012
Dave Matthews Band will perform at Jiffy Lube Live this summer, it was announced Wednesday morning. It's the first summer tour for Matthews since 2010. He's set to perform in Bristow June 16. He'll be promoting a new album that'll be released sometime this year, a follow-up to 2009's "Big Whiskey and the GrooGrux King. " Tickets go on sale March 9; price is not yet available. Gary Clark Jr., who performed in Baltimore in December, is opening.
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By SAM SESSA | December 20, 2007
Hometown -- Arlington, Va. Current members --Justin Trawick, guitar and vocals Founded in --1995 Style --acoustic folk rock Influenced by --Counting Crows, Gillian Welch, Dave Matthews Band, Ryan Adams, Natalie Merchant, Ani DiFranco Notable --Trawick spends a lot of time crafting each song. And some of his earliest tracks are still part of his repertoire. His new album, How to Build a Life With a Lemonade Stand, has one song that's nearly 10 years old. Quotable --"I still play songs today that I wrote back in high school and college, just because I really like them," Trawick said.
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August 20, 2009
FRIDAY "UNDER THE TUSCAN SUN": Diane Lane and Sandra Oh frolic in Tuscany as they overcome life's hardships and celebrate its rewards. This movie did for olive oil what "9 1/2 Weeks" did for everything else in the kitchen, except in a cleaner way. "Under the Tuscan Sun" screens at this week's Little Italy Open Air Film Festival, High and Stiles streets. The film starts at 9 p.m. Admission is free. Go to littleitalymd.com. BETTER THAN EZRA: The three-piece alternative rock band from New Orleans, which debuted in 1986 with "Deluxe" and released "Paper Empire" this year, comes to the Power Plant Live plaza, 24 Market Place, for a free show at 8 p.m. Gates open at 6 p.m. The show is for those ages 21 and older only.
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By Julia Furlong and Meredith James and Julia Furlong and Meredith James,SUN STAFF | November 2, 2003
Remember that friend from high school whom your parents hated? The one who always knew where the best parties were, always knew the minimum number of credits to pass senior year, always knew those few crucial tricks to skirt the law? Imagine how sad it would be to encounter this same friend at a reunion only to hear him boast about his extensive duties as PTA president and his strategies in winning his neighborhood lawn contest. Something just like that was happening to the avid illegal music downloader this past week as he surfed through the new Napster 2.0, which shares little more than the kitty-head logo with its dissident predecessor.
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By Alexander E. Hooke | October 7, 2010
"I'm interested in expressing myself in a way that will mean something to people in any country, in any language, and at any time in history. " From "Lennon Remembers" John Lennon would have been 70 tomorrow. The movie "Imagine" will be aired as the tiresome, hagiographic view of Lennon persists. Cynics will dismiss the birthday as another pathetic occasion for baby-boomer nostalgia about the 1960s. Some enthusiasts will remind us that Lennon was a rebel with a cause — to be in a great rock band.
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By Sam Sessa, The Baltimore Sun | July 15, 2010
The jam scene is full of long shows, special guests and perpetually touring bands. But few players have been in as many bands and stayed on the road as much as Warren Haynes. Often seen as the hardest-working man in one of the most musically and physically demanding genres, Haynes always seems to be on the road with one group or the next. "The past 10 years have been really busy," Haynes said. That's one way to put it. Haynes is everywhere — a member of the Southern rock staples the Allman Brothers Band and legendary jammers the Dead, and the front man of blues rock group Gov't Mule, which headlines Artscape Saturday.
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by Carson Porter | June 22, 2011
Click here to download 7 free tracks from artists on the DMB Caravan tour via iTunes.  Dave Matthews Band - Seven Fitz & the Tantrums - Moneygrabber O.A.R. - Untitled Live Gomez - Options Dr. Dog - Black - Red Bobby Long - Dead and Done
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By Tim Smith, The Baltimore Sun | November 11, 2010
Irish Festival Everyone is invited to be Irish for the weekend at the 35th annual Maryland Irish Festival. The fun starts with special happy-hour pricing tonight, then continues through Saturday and Sunday with music, food, cultural exhibits and more. There's even an Irish Baking Contest, set for Sunday afternoon. (If you're an expert on soda bread and want to show off your baking talent to the masses, be sure to register by 2 p.m.) Here's betting there'll be plenty of things green.
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By Alexander E. Hooke | October 7, 2010
"I'm interested in expressing myself in a way that will mean something to people in any country, in any language, and at any time in history. " From "Lennon Remembers" John Lennon would have been 70 tomorrow. The movie "Imagine" will be aired as the tiresome, hagiographic view of Lennon persists. Cynics will dismiss the birthday as another pathetic occasion for baby-boomer nostalgia about the 1960s. Some enthusiasts will remind us that Lennon was a rebel with a cause — to be in a great rock band.
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By Sam Sessa, The Baltimore Sun | July 15, 2010
The jam scene is full of long shows, special guests and perpetually touring bands. But few players have been in as many bands and stayed on the road as much as Warren Haynes. Often seen as the hardest-working man in one of the most musically and physically demanding genres, Haynes always seems to be on the road with one group or the next. "The past 10 years have been really busy," Haynes said. That's one way to put it. Haynes is everywhere — a member of the Southern rock staples the Allman Brothers Band and legendary jammers the Dead, and the front man of blues rock group Gov't Mule, which headlines Artscape Saturday.
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August 20, 2009
FRIDAY "UNDER THE TUSCAN SUN": Diane Lane and Sandra Oh frolic in Tuscany as they overcome life's hardships and celebrate its rewards. This movie did for olive oil what "9 1/2 Weeks" did for everything else in the kitchen, except in a cleaner way. "Under the Tuscan Sun" screens at this week's Little Italy Open Air Film Festival, High and Stiles streets. The film starts at 9 p.m. Admission is free. Go to littleitalymd.com. BETTER THAN EZRA: The three-piece alternative rock band from New Orleans, which debuted in 1986 with "Deluxe" and released "Paper Empire" this year, comes to the Power Plant Live plaza, 24 Market Place, for a free show at 8 p.m. Gates open at 6 p.m. The show is for those ages 21 and older only.
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By SAM SESSA | December 20, 2007
Hometown -- Arlington, Va. Current members --Justin Trawick, guitar and vocals Founded in --1995 Style --acoustic folk rock Influenced by --Counting Crows, Gillian Welch, Dave Matthews Band, Ryan Adams, Natalie Merchant, Ani DiFranco Notable --Trawick spends a lot of time crafting each song. And some of his earliest tracks are still part of his repertoire. His new album, How to Build a Life With a Lemonade Stand, has one song that's nearly 10 years old. Quotable --"I still play songs today that I wrote back in high school and college, just because I really like them," Trawick said.
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By Tim Smith, The Baltimore Sun | November 11, 2010
Irish Festival Everyone is invited to be Irish for the weekend at the 35th annual Maryland Irish Festival. The fun starts with special happy-hour pricing tonight, then continues through Saturday and Sunday with music, food, cultural exhibits and more. There's even an Irish Baking Contest, set for Sunday afternoon. (If you're an expert on soda bread and want to show off your baking talent to the masses, be sure to register by 2 p.m.) Here's betting there'll be plenty of things green.
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by Carson Porter | June 22, 2011
Click here to download 7 free tracks from artists on the DMB Caravan tour via iTunes.  Dave Matthews Band - Seven Fitz & the Tantrums - Moneygrabber O.A.R. - Untitled Live Gomez - Options Dr. Dog - Black - Red Bobby Long - Dead and Done
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By Aria White | August 9, 2007
Virginia-based roots-rock sensation Dave Matthews Band will perform at Nissan Pavilion on Saturday. Reggae group Toots and the Maytals will also perform. Both bands have been together for more than 10 years. Gates open at 6 p.m. The show starts at 7 p.m. Tickets are $36-$61. Nissan Pavilion is at 7800 Cellar Door Drive in Bristow, Va. For tickets, call 410-547-SEAT or go to ticketmaster.com.
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By Julia Furlong and Meredith James and Julia Furlong and Meredith James,SUN STAFF | November 2, 2003
Remember that friend from high school whom your parents hated? The one who always knew where the best parties were, always knew the minimum number of credits to pass senior year, always knew those few crucial tricks to skirt the law? Imagine how sad it would be to encounter this same friend at a reunion only to hear him boast about his extensive duties as PTA president and his strategies in winning his neighborhood lawn contest. Something just like that was happening to the avid illegal music downloader this past week as he surfed through the new Napster 2.0, which shares little more than the kitty-head logo with its dissident predecessor.
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