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June 24, 2004

Shorties has added a gallery of show photos for fans of Jenny Riley and company.

The Alameda Times-Star talks to David Sedaris fans at a book signing.

The Guardian compares online digital music stores., using Morrissey's catalog as a barometer.

"It is a great record and it is really worth going out and doing some shows in major cities." Ben Folds on William Shatner's upcoming album, which also features Henry Rollins, Aimee Mann and Joe Jackson.

Flagpole eulogizes Phish.

"Everyone was there, and we were sitting on this hill in the dark in the middle of the woods with this Christmas-lights-sort-of atmosphere. You know what I mean? All glittering and fiery, and the music sounded so so so immediate." Flagpole reviews the recent Bonnie Prince Billy show at the Orange Twin Conservation Community.

"It's not like Aerosmith is an old fogey band. If we're out with some old, tired band, it might not be as good. We've been asked to do a lot of things, but this is great stuff. They're better players than most of the young bands you see. Young doesn't make it good." Cheap Trick's Rick Nielsen talks to the Cleveland Free-Times about touring with Aerosmith.

"It's a gamble to invest your money on three guys trying to make a crazy record. I mean, rock and roll is on the fringe these days, and we're on the fringe of the fringe. It takes a lot of guts on their part." Brandon Curtis of Secret Machines talks to the Dallas Observer.

A former Kiss Army member lists his "ten worst moments in Kisstory" for The Pitch.

City Pages interviews Stephin Merritt, complete with awkward pauses (and the thoughts therein).

The Riverfront Times lumps together separate interviews with Stephin Merritt and Dayna Kurtz.

"We're not pretentious New York drama rockers who wear scarves and try to look like Robert Smith." Bassist J.P. Caballero of dios keeps it real for SF Weekly in an interview.

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