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Back Tracks: New releases a reminder of stellar debuts

Back Tracks is a weekly music column that studies the past, revisiting tunes that might be old but still resonate today. Overzealous analysis following stellar debut releases is, most of the time, unwarranted and undeserved. A musician’s introduction to the world feels more soulful and ...

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Beatles Marathon inspired by family

  Beatles fans will have a chance to rock out all day on Saturday in downtown Columbus. Local band The Whiles will perform the entire Beatles discography, from earliest to latest, at The Bluestone in their seventh annual Beatles Marathon. For the first time this ...

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Listen Up: The best of 2016

You shouldn’t judge an athlete by one play, a director by one scene or a carpenter by one chair. In the same vein, don’t judge a column by one week. I’ve loved writing about a great year of music, and I worked harder on a ...

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Columbus’ Own: Farseek masters the power of one

When Cameron Harrison began playing music under the name Farseek, he was a student at Flagler College in St. Augustine, Florida. Though Harrison has since graduated and moved from the Southeast to the Midwest, memories of his formative years and home state influence his music. ...

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