Mar
3
  • Music On The Local Scene

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    Come join us for a very special evening with the very talented Marc Berger. Come hear some amazing music in an intimate setting and enjoy some fine refreshments at The Milford Arts Center!

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Feb
27
  • First Song of the Day

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    Romeo’s Delight by Van Halen. This little known known song is from Van Halen’s hugely popular 1980 album Women And Children First. Arguably one of the band’s heaviest up tempo songs.

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Feb
23
Feb
20
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    Killing Yourself To Live by Black Sabbath. This song comes from the band’s 1973 album Sabbath Bloody Sabbath. One of their lesser known songs, it has the classic progressive musical elements of Black Sabbath changing the timing signature towards back end of the song.

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Feb
16
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    Peaches by The Presidents of the United States of America. This quirky Hit comes from the Band’s self titled album released in 1996. Their unconventional approach to Alt Rock made their music fun to listen to. While their timing was more Post Grunge, their persona screamed Grunge Rock.

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Feb
11
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    Signs by Tesla. This studio version of comes from the bands EP A Piece Of Time. Better known for when the band performed this song on MTV’s Unplugged, it propelled Tesla into the popular music light. The Five Man Electric Band first put Signs on the map back in 1971 and as an homage Tesla released an acoustic live album of mostly cover songs called Five Man Acoustic Band that included Signs.

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Feb
8
  • The Grammys

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    The official DELEO ARTS & MUSIC MEDIA Grammy Awards Party. Complete with swag bags for guests, cupcakes with vinyl record garnish and tons and tons of food! Thanks to all who attended!

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Jan
22
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    Interstate Love Song by Stone Temple Pilots. This 1994 song from the album Purple is the band’s biggest Hit ever, reaching the No.1 spot on the Billboard Mainstream Rock Tracks chart and staying there for fifteen weeks. The song that was unseated at that spot was also theirs. Vasoline had been there for two weeks, giving the band seventeen weeks on that chart’s top spot.

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Jan
12
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    Blurry by Puddle Of Mudd. This song is the band’s biggest Hit to date reaching the No.1 spot for Billboard on both Mainstream Rock Tracks and Modern Rock Tracks chart. The success on those charts had an obvious effect on the Billboard Hot 100 seeing Blurry peak at the No.5 spot. Coming from their album Come Clean in 2001, Blurry made Puddle Of Mudd an Alt Rock powerhouse.

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Jan
8
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    Take Me Out To The Ballgame. From the documentary Baseball. This first song is different as I say goodbye to the biggest baseball fan I ever knew. My Dad. He loved the game and everything about it, and influenced many youngsters as a coach. Now he joins those he once cheered for who have passed before him. Your life was a Home Run Dad! Circle those bases!!

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