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- Free Music! is the second EP recording by hard rock band 50 Foot Wave, released in 2006 (see 2006 in music).
- (2005, ThrowingMusic)
- Free music is music that, like free software, can freely be copied, distributed and modified for any purpose. Thus free music is either in the public domain or licensed under a free license by the artist or copyright holder themselves, often as a method of promotion.
- (guitarist) a musician who plays the guitar
- The guitar is a plucked string instrument, usually played with fingers or a pick. The guitar consists of a body with a rigid neck to which the strings, generally six in number but sometimes more, are attached.
- A stringed musical instrument with a fretted fingerboard, typically incurved sides, and six or twelve strings, played by plucking or strumming with the fingers or a plectrum
- a stringed instrument usually having six strings; played by strumming or plucking
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The Linemen are: Kevin Butterfield; vocals/acoustic guitar Scott Swartz; pedal steel and guitar Greg Lamb; bassist John Baldus; percussion KDHX Community Media, The Whitaker Foundation and Tower Grove Farmers' Market are pleased to announce that The Linemen will be playing at Harvest Sessions Saturday, October 13. The Linemen incorporate modern influences to create a lush, Americana sound that shows the bittersweet side of country. The concert will take place at the West Pool Pavillion in Tower Grove Park from 10:00 a.m. until noon. With the regular sesson of Tower Grove Farmers' Market drawing to a close, don't miss one of your last chances to enjoy Harvest Sessions at Tower Grove Farmers' Market. The Linemen is comprised of members from many other notable St. Louis bands such as: Magnolia Summer, Waterloo and The Meteor Pilots. This collaborative spirit translates to exceptional live performances and exhibits leadsinger Kevin Buterfield's bittersweet lyrics and skyhigh voice. Since the release of the band's debut full length CD, Through Side One, in early 2007 The Linemen have been have been gaining well-deserved recognition that has resulted in being named on St. Louis Magazine's A-List as "New Musical Act". Harvest Sessions is an ongoing music series that takes place at Tower Grove Farmers' Market every Saturday at Tower Grove Park. This inauguaral year of Harvest Sessions has proven a great success with many of St. Louis' best bands playing intimate shows for market goers. All concerts are free and open to the public. photos by Sara Anne Finke
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Grampa's more friends included:Celia, Brian Andrew Marek, Fred Friction, The Forbidden Fruit Snacks (Catherine Kustelski and Deanna Bosse), Larissa Dalle, John Wendland, Justin Brown, Chris Johnson, Ray Brewer and Tommy Hollarman. KDHX Community Media, The Whitaker Foundation, and Tower Grove Farmers' Market brought you a very special Harvest Sessions Concert on Saturday, October 6. Rylee's Grampa's Friends will present "More Friends" at the Tower Grove Farmers' Market from 10:00 p.m. til 1:00 p.m. This is the last Children's Series performance for this season of Harvest Sessions, so don't miss out on your last chance to hear some kid-friendly tunes. This performance took place at the West Pool Pavilion in Tower Grove Park during Tower Grove Farmers' Market. The "More Friends" show featured many great performances from St. Louis singer-songwriters, the likes of included: Ceila, Larissa Dalle, The Forbidden Fruit Snacks, John Wendland, Fred Friction, Brian Andrew Marek, Justin Brown, Chris Johnson, Tommy Hollarman and Ray Brewer. Harvest Sessions is always free, but donations can be sent to benefit The American Cancer Society and Camp Sunrise at YMCA Trout Lodge. Harvest Sessions has been taking place through out the regular season of the Tower Grove Farmers' Market that included a Children's and International Series. This season of Harvest Sessions has been a great success as proven by a number of impressive performances that will continue until the end of the regular season on Saturday, October 27. Photos by Sara Anne Finke
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"Work songs, love songs, ballads and blues, lullabyies, spirituals, protest songs, and sheer nonsense make up this entertaining collection of 62 traditional and contemporary favorites. The exuberant illustrations manage to be both familiar and dramatic and range in tone from comic exaggeration to understatement and unashamed sentiment. Informal notes at the head of each song give something about history, origin, performance, and possibilities for variation. The notes also express the sense of connection with ordinary people's lives that is at the heart of this collection."--Booklist (starred)