How music’s melodies help teens heal 9-11 hurt

The Asbury Park Press 8 September 2003 In the months after the Sept. 11, 2001, terrorist attacks, Jessica Milano would not talk about losing her father, Peter, in the World Trade Center. Milano said her mother was frantic because she was not communicating. But the teenager was dealing with it in her own way: through […]

Allman Brothers Band turns up the heat

By: Scott Iwasaki FOr The Deseret Morning News 9/15/2003 Fans’ warm applause and a cold night greeted the Allman Brothers Band at the USANA Amphitheater Saturday night. Still, the biting wind that dropped the mercury to somewhere around 50 degrees didn’t stop the stalwart Southern blues jam band from playing an innovative set that dipped […]

Legendary Allman Brothers Band shows no signs of aging

By: G. Brown For The Denver Post 9/15/2003 Few groups evoke as many gasps of “Are they still around?” as the Allman Brothers Band. During the late ’60s and early ’70s, the band conjured a mix of virtually every American musical form – blues, country, R&B, jazz and rock – bound by an ethos of […]