Volume 96, Issue 72
Friday February 7, 2003
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LAST UPDATED: Friday February 7, 2003 - 3:00 p.m.

12 QUESTIONS: Gore Gore Girls
Gore Gore Girls rock Detroit


Melody and Amy of Detroit's The Gore Gore Girls took a few minutes out of their hectic day to answer The Gazette's 12 Questions.




Predictable Oscars

The Academy Award nominations will be announced on Tuesday, so it's time for some predictions. The theme this year seems to be that each category has two solid favourites, two probable nominees that won't win, and a wide-open fifth spot.




Sweet Candy Ass Rock

The punk rockin', all-female quartet Candy Ass started up in 1998, when lead singer Galadriel and a friend climbed a mountain in upstate New York and conjured up the rock 'n' roll magic that defines the band today.




Wave rides into London, washes over Avril

Pampered celebrities listen up – Wave's guitarist Dave Thomson has some sound advice for you;

"If you hate being a rock star, go home, 'cause it's the best job in the world!" Thomson says.


CHRW 94.7FM Top 30

Jim Guthrie takes the top spot the week.


 
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