A slick reimagining of the 60's spy TV show features a hip, retro soundtrack.

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Wilco’s first album in four years, "Star Wars" was made available as a surprise free download last month but far from being a fan pleasing toss off, its their loosest and hard charging-est album of their twenty year career

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This week, music fans celebrate two composers who were pop culture musicians before their time: Leonard Bernstein and Itzhak Perlman.

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A familiar face from TV is becoming a familiar voice on the radio.  Kerri Furey has been sitting in as guest-host for HearSay with Cathy Lewis, for a while now. Along with her HearSay duties, Kerri also steps up as a volunteer for WHRO and WHRV’s TV and radio fundraising drives.

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A beloved claymation sheep gets his own movie and a score that expands on his TV theme.

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The Waifs seventh studio album “Beautiful You” was an experiment that almost went horribly wrong

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With those words,  composer Antonio Salieri describes himself at the end of the Peter Schaffer play “Amadeus.”

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Although the movie may be bombing at the theatres, The Fantastic Four's music is not to be missed.

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It’s been ten years since Frank Turner’s band Million Dead disbanded and since then he’s made a transition to punk rock troubadour ala Joe Strummer and Billy Bragg

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