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Christina Henriques

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  • 21 years ago

    We cruised through upstate New York, pulling into the biker bar at two o'clock in the morning. Our Volvo station wagon didn't exactly blend into the rack of Harleys resting in the lot. The joint was packed -- wall-to-wall leather and chrome -- and...

  • 21 years ago

    No matter what your opinion of Ozzy Osbourne, you have to acknowledge two indisputable facts. First, in popular music's continuing saga, there exist whole chapters devoted to the demi-godfather of hard rock. Second, at the Oz's right hand there's ...

  • 21 years ago

    From local to national to local again, members of the newly formed alliance Planet Boom have individually tasted morsels of success and swallowed epic helpings of disappointment. From being overshadowed by former bandmates to being orphaned by rec...

  • 21 years ago

    It is one of those just great time slots clubs bestow upon local bands: Sunday, midnight. It's the end of the weekend and the rooms are desolate, a couple of disinterested pool players and one bored bartender. A few dedicated fans. And most likely...

  • 21 years ago

    After nine months of warehouse hibernation, they're back in the local spotlight, finishing their first release as a signed South Florida band. It's day ten at Gled Studios, and while the ink is still drying on their contract, the three original me...

  • 21 years ago

    As the demand for new and innovative music increases, some bands are becoming tougher to peg. Their music contorts, manipulates, stretches to create new variations within a genre. Rap borrowing from rock and jazz, jazz from rap and rock, and rock ...