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Chicks And Balances
The hard-rocking girls in Clovenhoof just wanna have fun. [12-13-99]
— Lisa Weeks, TUCSON WEEKLY

Making Weird
Although The Weird Lovemakers are a number of years past their teenage woes, they mine their adolescence well. [07-13-98]
— Lisa Weeks, TUCSON WEEKLY

The House Is Rockin'...
Corralling insurgent country bands into one distinct genre is a bit like rounding up wild mustangs. [06-29-98]
— Lisa Weeks, TUCSON WEEKLY

À Bien-Tôt
The Amor-Belhôm Duo has plans to tour Europe this summer. [06-01-98]
— Lisa Weeks, TUCSON WEEKLY

Bluegrass Boss-Man
Ralph Stanley has been a source of inspiration for generations of bluegrass, folk, country and rock singers. [02-09-98]
— Lisa Weeks, TUCSON WEEKLY

Do-It-All Dude
If you like Tito Larriva's acting, you ought to check out his tarantula. [12-15-97]
— Lisa Weeks, TUCSON WEEKLY

You Say You Want A Revolution?
The Crawdaddy-O brass band can play anywhere, anytime. And it's the only Cajun marching brass band in town with a dancing sousaphone player. So there. [10-27-97]
— Lisa Weeks, TUCSON WEEKLY

Soundbites
Why Spin magazine sucks. Plus what's happening on the local music scene. [10-27-97]
— Lisa Weeks, TUCSON WEEKLY

Soundbites
Lord knows there are enough compilation albums out there. But every so often, a good one comes along. [09-08-97]
— Lisa Weeks, TUCSON WEEKLY

Kelley's Kapers
What's the deal with Kelley? [09-02-97]
— Lisa Weeks, TUCSON WEEKLY

Call It Calexico
A popular local group goes distinctly Latin. [08-04-97]
— Lisa Weeks, TUCSON WEEKLY

Soundbites
Duarte Six hits the road...The Paladins return to town...Billy Bacon and Forbidden Pigs snort up a good time...and more! [07-28-97]
— Lisa Weeks, TUCSON WEEKLY

The Truth About Shoebomb:
Hangin' with the fresh faces of Shoebomb, one of Tucson's most popular new bands. [07-21-97]
— Lisa Weeks, TUCSON WEEKLY

Soundbites
Here comes Queensryche once again. [07-02-97]
— Lisa Weeks, TUCSON WEEKLY

Soundbites
Cypher In The Snow bring their bad grrrl, piratical sexuality to the local stage. [06-20-97]
— Lisa Weeks, TUCSON WEEKLY

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