Volume 96, Issue 61
Friday January 17, 2003
Tough departure

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LAST UPDATED: Friday January 17, 2003 - 3:15 p.m.

Wild Carnations mature and blossom musically

Thom D'Arcy, lead singer of The Carnations, insists that the band has sown all of their wild oats.

Gone are the days when D'Arcy would perform an encore nude, or the band would bet all their money on a single spin of the roulette wheel – well, at least in the past six months, as far as D'Arcy can recall.



Local Spotlight: Fourth Line

Fourth Line Eugenic Rogue Tellurian – are you lost yet?
Not to worry – you're not the only one who hasn't heard of FLERT Dynamics, the independent record label owned and operated by London rockers Fourth Line. The label, much like the band, is still in its primary stages.



CD REVIEW: Vivian Green
A Story of heartbreak

Vivian Green is a woman who has spent her entire life surrounded by music, even learning the stories in the Bible through lyrical renditions sung by her mother..




CD REVIEW: Andy Hunter
Exodus is excellent

British musician and youth worker Andy Hunter sees dance music "as a way to teach young people about God." Luckily, exodus, Hunter's first solo album, focuses on his infectious blend of techno, trance and house music and leaves the spiritual message subtly in the background.


Hit or Miss

Ticket Wicket Travel vs. STA Travel.



Werewolves and Angelina Jolie

magine a world where werewolves, vampires, demons and witches roam the streets, unbeknownst to the common populace.
Canadian author Kelley Armstrong hasn't only imagined it: she's laid it out on paper for all to see in her best-selling book, Bitten, and its recently released sequel, Stolen.


CHRW 94.7 FM Top 30

Elevator goes up to the top this week.



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