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    • Morina

      Tomas Rodriguez speaks guitar
        "... something really changed for me at that point. I was determined to figure out what Jimi was doing on the guitar."
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    • The Chauffer and the Glimmer Twins

      Band Camp's rock is a real slice
        While Seattle and Portland are still overrun by garage band wannabes with ego for sale, Boise seems to breed musicians that would rather have fun and make a few bucks than go the route of so many puffed up "artists." Not that they aren't artists with skills to match, they just go about their art in a less assuming way that invites crowds to get up and bust some booty moves instead of brooding in a corner sipping gin. At least, that is the priority for Band Camp (in addition to friendly rounds of tequila).
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    • From Sousa to Stevie

      The sonic evolution of Rebeca Suarez
        On October 19, the Egyptian Theatre filled with people eager to hear the incomparable Mixtec diva, Lila Downs. Rumors of her mahogany voice and hypnotic presence spilled from row to row until a lithe figure stepped into the hot stage lights.
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    • From Sousa to Stevie

      The sonic evolution of Rebeca Suarez
        On October 19, the Egyptian Theatre filled with people eager to hear the incomparable Mixtec diva, Lila Downs. Rumors of her mahogany voice and hypnotic presence spilled from row to row until a lithe figure stepped into the hot stage lights. Her raven hair was slicked into a tight bun, the cut of her cheekbones just slightly dulled by the darkness of her eyes. She sat on a stool with her guitar and introduced herself as Rebeca Suarez. In those few words, the texture of her voice commanded our silence. It was soft, exceedingly soft, like music even before she sang. But beneath its delicacy was sculpted power, and though Downs' performance was riveting, Suarez' sincerity and simple style struck a deeper chord.
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