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  • One Above Average
  • One Above Average

    Boise's David Maxwell, aka Eleven
      Boise-based hip-hop artist David Maxwell, who uses the stage name Eleven, holds KRS-One's testament to heart. Maxwell raps about the life he has led and the things he has learned along the way. He also rocks the crowd.
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  • Peace, Love 
    and Longevity
  • Peace, Love and Longevity

    Musician Nick Lowe on sacks of spuds and reinvention
      Lowe began as the primary songwriter and bassist in the rock band Brinsley Schwarz in the early 1970s. During this period, Lowe wrote two of his best-known tunes: "Cruel to be Kind," a song that was reportedly dissed by his band members at the time but later became a huge hit for Lowe, and "(What's so Funny 'Bout) Peace, Love and Understanding?" which would become a huge hit for Elvis Costello in the late '70s and another hit for Boise's own Curtis Stigers in 1992.
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  • Inner-City Field Trip
  • Inner-City Field Trip

    Music festival hits an outdoor snag
      Taking a cue from larger festivals that feature deep and varied schedules, Boisean Jeremy Jensen, with the help of his brother Elijah and friends Joel Wallace, Jake Hite, Lisa Mooney and Brian Mayer decided to put together the two-day event as a way to showcase some of the most innovative and eclectic music the area has to offer. They chose "Field Trip" because they know the term makes many people think of yellow buses and that gleeful feeling that nobody will be spending the day in the classroom.


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