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Grrl Power Playlist- 10/30/14
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Below is the full playlist from this weeks Grrl Power on RadioBDC. Grrl Power airs every Wednesday and Sunday night at 9pm, via app or RadioBDC.com. To see last week’s playlist, click here More

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The Black Keys talk touring
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I first saw The Black Keys live at Avalon in November of 2005. They were on the Rubber Factory tour and, to this, day, I’ve never seen two musicians make such a wonderful racket. More

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Watch Daniel Radcliffe Bust Out Some Serious Rap Skills on ‘Tonight Show’
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Daniel Radcliffe has played Harry Potter in eight films now, but his rote-perfect recitation of Blackalicious’ tongue-twisting rap standard “Alphabet Aerobics” on ‘The Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon’ might be his most magical performance yet. More

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Keytar Bear Allegedly Attacked Again Last Night Near Faneuil Hall
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Yesterday morning, I woke with a text from a friend: “Keytar Bear is at Porter!” I rushed through my morning routine and headed to the Red Line hoping to catch everyone’s favorite mute street performer. But according to a Facebook post, Keytar Bear caught the wrong kind of attention last night, allegedly falling victim to an attempted stabbing and robbery near Faneuil Hall. More

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Taylor Swift, Run the Jewels, More Albums Out Today
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It has arrived. Taylor Swift. New album. “Shake It Off” is on there. But it’s not a country album. Guys. Taylor Swift. First in two long years. Seriously. Freaking out.

 

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Alternative Halloween: 13 songs to get you into the spirit
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Sure, Bobby “Boris” Pickett’s “Monster Mash” and Ray Parker Jr.’s “Ghostbusters” are fine for Halloween. But if you want to dig deeper and indulge your dark side with a bit of metal, goth and punk, then this alternative Halloween playlist is for you. And don’t forget our Retro Halloween Bash on Thursday night at Ned Devine’s. RSVP here.

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Why We Should Forgive the Guy from Staind for Botching the National Anthem
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For those who didn’t watch Game 5 of the World Series last night, singer Aaron Lewis, frontman of Springfield, MA band Staind, messed up the lyrics to our national anthem, singing “what so proudly we hailed, were so gallantly streaming” instead of “at the twilight’s last gleaming.” Naturally, journalists had a field day.
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