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    Dierks Bentley
    Champlain Valley ExpositionAugust 22, 2014 7:00 PM
    105 Pearl Street
    Essex Junction, VT 05453
    Dierks Bentley is a country musician living in Nashville who has managed to develop a tremendously successful career since getting his start in 2003. His sound is very much in line with the slick, rock-infused country pop that is common place on the airwaves these days--making it no surprise that he has scored 14 singles on the country charts, hitting the number one slot seven times with songs such as "What Was I Thinkin,'" "Come a Little Closer" and "Sideways." Bentley's twangy pop vocals and glossy country arrangements are synonymous with the current face of genre, ensuring his success for some time to come.
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    Truckstop Bandstand Ft. Chris Thomas King
    ArtsRiotAugust 22, 2014 8:00 PM
    400 Pine Street
    Burlington, VT 05401
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    Goo Goo Dolls and Daughtry
    Champlain Valley ExpositionAugust 23, 2014 6:45 PM
    105 Pearl Street
    Essex Junction, VT 05453
    The Goo Goo Dolls are a rock pop trio from Buffalo, New York. The group was founded in 1985, but didn't break into the mainstream musical lexicon until 1997 when the band recorded the song "Iris" for the soundtrack to the film City of Angels. Though the trio was initially knocked for being an imitation of college power pop band The Replacements, The Goo Goo Dolls managed to refine its sound and make an easily accessibility style of pop-rock that has proven to be fairly commercially successful. With multiple Grammys and Billboard number one hits, The Goo Goo Dolls still make music and perform even though the band's heyday has passed.
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    Rage For The Cure Roller Derby Bout
    B.O.R ArenaAugust 23, 2014 5:30 PM
    25 Auditorium Hill
    Barre, VT 05641
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    Orgone
    Club MetronomeAugust 28, 2014 9:00 PM
    188 Main Street
    Burlington, VT 05401
    The definition of Orgone is "a universal life force;" it's also a Los Angeles-based collective that specializes in performing soul inspired by the time that many connoisseurs believe to be the genre's golden era: the 1960s and 1970s. Primarily instrumental, but occasionally including the sultry vocals of Fanny Franklin, the collective includes in its music elements from classic R&B, afrobeat and funk. The group usually performs as a 9-piece, but because of the members' connectivity to the soul music scene, Orgone's live performances can include a large cast of guest musicians on stage, making for a live show overflowing with creativity.
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    Araabmuzik
    ArtsRiotAugust 28, 2014 8:30 PM
    400 Pine Street
    Burlington, VT 05401
    Developed in the late 1980s, the MPC is an electronic sampler that has worked its way up to near ubiquitous status in hip-hop, electronic and pop music. The instrument was originally designed as a glorified drum machine, but has since become an all-in-one rhythm track producer, sampler, loop station and sound manipulator, which has led to solo artists beginning to experiment with MPCs in a fashion similar to DJs' experimentation with turntables during the beginnings of hip-hop. One such solo artist is the Providence, Rhode Island-based, AraabMUZIK. With lightning quick hands, the producer creates mini hip-hop inspired jams full of diced up samples, rhythmic shifts and enough melodic sensibility to offer more than just sheer dexterous virtuosity.
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