Andrew Miller

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  • 9 years ago | Concerts

    No group in the jam-band genre polarizes fans the way Gov't Mule does. Depending on whom you ask, it's either the best Southern rock band of all time or the living embodiment of everything that's wrong with pointless noodling. But there's one thin...

  • 9 years ago | Concerts

    Panic! at the Disco's teenage members sport anachronistic '60s-squire haircuts, an apt look for a group that generates Beatlemania-caliber frenzy. But while the Fab Four spent years playing R&B covers at unheralded gigs, Panic emerged fully formed...

  • 10 years ago | Music News

    Singer Billy Corgan is alt-rock's Barry Bonds, a star whose outspoken awareness of his own singular gifts make him unpopular and somewhat undervalued. Last year, with Bonds nursing injuries, the San Francisco Giants trotted out younger replacement...

  • 10 years ago | Music News

    Even for a death-metal band, Soilent Green was unusually hateful. In its songs, the band took gruesome pride in subjecting lustful whores to violent acts, like a Victorian slasher. The malevolence sounded genuine too: This was a documentary-gritty...

  • 10 years ago | Music News

    Rappers and punks take pains to make their rebellious postures seem offhand. Shakira, meanwhile, doesn't draw attention to her nonconformist tendencies -- but make no mistake, she just don't give a fuck. The Colombian superstar gave her 2001 cross...

  • 10 years ago | Music News

    Even with heavy-metal genes, electronically enhanced vocals, and a fashion-punk backing band, Kelly Osbourne couldn't rock. Her debut disc, Shut Up, filled with powerless ballads and mild outbursts, stocks more bargain bins than Tony Martin-era Bl...

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