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Right Here, Right Now (clockwise from top left) Kitty Little banged out gleeful songs about “love and candy” while applying a very grown-up work ethic to promoting the DIY spirit in the local scene; the much-loved stoner-rock kings Small Axe struck terror in the hearts of fans when bassist Jimbo departed for a solo career and sparked greatly exaggerated rumors of the band’s demise; a sonically retooled and revitalized Jump Cannon reintroduced themselves to longtime fans and won new converts; under the nurturing hand of MotherJudge, the Larkin’s open-mike became a Wednesday night must-see before, sadly, going the way of the buffalo; the if-it-ain’t-broke philosophy of metal mainstays China White propelled them into their 20th year on the scene; and Count the Stars took their pop-punk appeal to the streets—and the radio stations and the malls and the clubs and damn near everywhere anyone was standing still long enough to play to.
Joe Putrock
Leif Zurmuhlen
Mandy Crabtree
Leif Zurmuhlene
Leif Zurmuhlen
Leif Zurmuhlen


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