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By Erik Maza and The Baltimore Sun | August 29, 2011
How did everyone fare over the weekend? Did Irene leave any Midnight Sun readers without electricity? Did it make you cancel any plans? In local music, the Silopanna Music Festiva l had to be canceled and Journey and Jimmy Buffett concerts both had to be rescheduled. At least, in Fells Point bars took the storm in stride . Did anyone head to Max's? This weekend, there won't be any hurricanes, tropical storms, and hopefully, no earthquakes, to intervene with your nightlife plans.
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By Ethan Renner and For The Baltimore Sun | January 30, 2014
"I've made many painful mistakes in my life. I want my death to have some meaning. " -- Myrtle Snow "American Horror Story" wrapped its third season with a strong finale, focusing on themes of mortality and motherhood. The show got lost when it strayed from those ideas this year, often attempting to shock its audience, seemingly at the expense of cohesive plot and logic. But as the finale showed, when it wanted to, Coven could tell a compelling story, even without much of its trademark violence and gore.
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By Ethan Renner and For The Baltimore Sun | January 9, 2014
"You two, together? Big trouble. " -- Papa Legba We open with Marie and Fiona discussing their new alliance. Marie is glad to have found an equal in Fiona. Fiona offers to cast a spell to help Marie sleep, and tells her that they will strategize for their battle against the witch hunters after she has rested. Do you happen to know any sleep spells? I'm asking for a very tired friend. Marie is awakened by a visitor, Papa Legba ("The Wire" veteran and Baltimore's own Lance Reddick)
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By Ethan Renner and For The Baltimore Sun | January 9, 2014
"You two, together? Big trouble. " -- Papa Legba We open with Marie and Fiona discussing their new alliance. Marie is glad to have found an equal in Fiona. Fiona offers to cast a spell to help Marie sleep, and tells her that they will strategize for their battle against the witch hunters after she has rested. Do you happen to know any sleep spells? I'm asking for a very tired friend. Marie is awakened by a visitor, Papa Legba ("The Wire" veteran and Baltimore's own Lance Reddick)
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By J.D. Considine and J.D. Considine,Sun Pop Music Critic | July 17, 1991
Because life on the road can leave a musician with an acute sense of rootlessness, many rock stars insist on certain extras to make their hotel rooms seem a little more like home. For some, it's a matter of freshly cut flowers and organic food; for others, it's video games or a VCR.What Stevie Nicks most wants to see when she walks into her room, however, is a typewriter.It's not quite the accouterment her musical career would suggest. After all, it was Nicks who, during her 15 years in Fleetwood Mac, conjured up the Welsh witch in "Rhiannon" and invoked the lightning flash of "Gypsy," Nicks whose solo recordings have spoken of "Leather and Lace" and the white winged dove at "The Edge of Seventeen."
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By Howard Cohen and Howard Cohen,KNIGHT RIDDER/TRIBUNE | May 29, 2001
Despite the portentous title of Stevie Nicks' first solo CD in seven years, the Fleetwood Mac singer assures fans her "crystal visions" are clear again. "Trouble in Shangri-La," her collection of relationship-based songs, hits stores this month and the tracks come "pretty much from my life," Nicks says. But the CD's release comes at a time that finds Nicks healthy and seemingly in vogue again. Such wasn't the case when her last album, 1994's problematic "Street Angel," nearly capsized her career.
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By J. D. Considine and J. D. Considine,Sun Pop Music Critic | November 8, 1990
LandoverRomantic intrigue and changing personnel may be what keeps Fleetwood Mac an item in the gossip columns, but onstage what makes this band matter is the rhythm section.Which was why, even though singers Stevie Nicks and Christine McVie got most of the applause when the band played the Capital Centre last night, the real stars of the show were drummer Mick Fleetwood and bassist John McVie. After all, they were the ones who kept the pulse percolating behind "Rhiannon" and put the push into "Go Your Own Way."
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By J.D. Considine | November 27, 1997
Because Fleetwood Mac never really broke up, it isn't entirely correct to call the band's current album and tour a comeback. But with the return of Lindsay Buckingham and Stevie Nicks -- and a set list that leaned heavily on favorite tunes from the albums "Fleetwood Mac" and "Rumours" -- it was hard not to think of "The Dance" as a reunion album.But unlike most rock reunions, which tend to feel awkward and forced, the second coming of the Buckingham/Nicks Mac sounded even stronger than the first.
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By J.D. Considine and J.D. Considine,Sun Pop Music Critic | September 20, 1991
TIMESPACEStevie Nicks (Modern 91711)Greatest hits albums usually aren't a great deal for devoted fans, who end up paying for a set of songs they already have just to hear one or two new ones. But "Timespace," Stevie Nicks' new best-of collection, actually seems to have been assembled with the long-term fan in mind. Sure, it's full of old favorites -- "Stop Draggin' My Heart Around," "Talk to Me," "Rooms on Fire" -- but augments those songs with liner notes in which Nicks explains how each song came to be written, and for whom.
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By Sarah Kickler Kelber | July 14, 2005
Top Fives HOT FIVE 1. "We Belong Together," Mariah Carey 2. "Hollaback Girl," Gwen Stefani 3. "Don't Phunk With My Heart," The Black Eyed Peas 4. "Inside Your Heaven," Carrie Underwood 5. "Inside Your Heaven," Bo Bice Billboard ALBUMS 1. Somewhere Down in Texas, George Strait 2. U.S.A.: United States of Atlanta, Ying Yang Twins 3. X&Y, Coldplay 4. The Emancipation of Mimi, Mariah Carey 5. I'm a Hustla, Cassidy Billboard CONCERT TOURS 1. U2 2. Kenny Chesney 3. Tom Petty and The Heartbreakers 4. Stevie Nicks / Don Henley 5. Santana Pollstar DVD SALES 1. Hostage 2. Coach Carter (full screen)
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By Lexie Mountain and Midnight Sun contributor | April 10, 2013
I have to admit that even though "Second Hand News" is a great way to kick off a night of what was clearly going to be hit after hit of A+, No. 1, solid-gold Fleetwood Mac tunes, hearing Lindsey Buckingham and Stevie Nicks sing the first few measures put a little stone in my throat. Lindsey sounded ragged and rough: Did he give too much to Madison Square Garden the night before? Perhaps over-carousing? Does Lindsey deign to carouse? And Stevie, oh Stevie, the top range of her uniquely fluid yet meaty voice clipped.
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By Wesley Case, The Baltimore Sun | March 9, 2012
Here's a round-up of our week at Midnight Sun: •••• Very. Important. Band. Radiohead added dates to its upcoming tour, including a stop at Verizon Center on June 3. Tickets go on sale tomorrow. More details here . •••• Canadian country star Terri Clark performs Saturday and Sunday at Rams Head on Stage. She and I talked about losing her mother to cancer, leaving her major label and more, which you can read here . If you don't make it to Clark's shows, I recommend the Lemonheads show at the Ottobar, where you can hear Evan Dando and Co. perform "It's a Shame About Ray" in its entirety.
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By Erik Maza and The Baltimore Sun | September 10, 2011
I went to see Stevie Nicks the other week, and she was predictably great, enveloping the audience in her magic, as usual, if without the agitated brio of her heyday. I was thinking of Stevie as I watched Grace Potter and the Nocturnals perform on the pavilion stage Saturday. They're both brassy blondes with a penchant for soulful turns of phrases and old-fashioned rock, in particular the music of the early 70s. Only, if Stevie's favorite on-stage move is to play with her shawl, Potter's is to play with her hair.
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By Erik Maza and The Baltimore Sun | August 29, 2011
How did everyone fare over the weekend? Did Irene leave any Midnight Sun readers without electricity? Did it make you cancel any plans? In local music, the Silopanna Music Festiva l had to be canceled and Journey and Jimmy Buffett concerts both had to be rescheduled. At least, in Fells Point bars took the storm in stride . Did anyone head to Max's? This weekend, there won't be any hurricanes, tropical storms, and hopefully, no earthquakes, to intervene with your nightlife plans.
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August 18, 2005
Top Fives HOT FIVE 1. "We Belong Together," Mariah Carey 2. "Pon de Replay," Rihanna 3. "Don't Cha," the Pussycat Dolls 4. "Let Me Hold You," Bow Wow 5. "Lose Control," Missy Elliott Billboard ALBUMS 1. Now 19, Various Artists 2. Let's Get It: Thug Motivations 101, Young Jeezy 3. The Emancipation of Mimi, Mariah Carey 4. Retaliation, Dane Cook 5. Mr. A-Z, Jason Mraz Billboard CONCERT TOURS 1. Dave Matthews Band 2. Kenny Chesney 3....
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By Erik Maza and The Baltimore Sun | September 10, 2011
I went to see Stevie Nicks the other week, and she was predictably great, enveloping the audience in her magic, as usual, if without the agitated brio of her heyday. I was thinking of Stevie as I watched Grace Potter and the Nocturnals perform on the pavilion stage Saturday. They're both brassy blondes with a penchant for soulful turns of phrases and old-fashioned rock, in particular the music of the early 70s. Only, if Stevie's favorite on-stage move is to play with her shawl, Potter's is to play with her hair.
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By Wesley Case, The Baltimore Sun | March 9, 2012
Here's a round-up of our week at Midnight Sun: •••• Very. Important. Band. Radiohead added dates to its upcoming tour, including a stop at Verizon Center on June 3. Tickets go on sale tomorrow. More details here . •••• Canadian country star Terri Clark performs Saturday and Sunday at Rams Head on Stage. She and I talked about losing her mother to cancer, leaving her major label and more, which you can read here . If you don't make it to Clark's shows, I recommend the Lemonheads show at the Ottobar, where you can hear Evan Dando and Co. perform "It's a Shame About Ray" in its entirety.
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