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Late Winter/Early Spring DMG Progressive/New Music Record Album Sale!

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Seasons Greetings to all of you Record Collectors out there! Today (3/2/20), the temperature is supposed to reach 60, so perhaps Spring is almost here! Hurray for some sunshine and warmer weather! Over the past few weeks we have gotten in a large amount Progressive Rock albums from the 1970's. This was the Golden Era of Progressive, Canterbury and Jazz/Rock/Fusion music, from 1970 - 1975, especially. We have been listening to many of these albums all week: Magma, Art Zoyd, the Muffins, Gong, Gen

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The Independent Promoters Alliance - March, 2020 Gig Newsletter

The Independent Promoters Alliance is a loose-knit group of friends who attend many musical performances, organize shows and independently promote music that inspires them and hopefully others. Mostly we do word-of-mouth & relatively small e-mail lists. We have put together a monthly gig newsletter but time will tell if we can do this consistently. — Organized by Bruce Lee Gallanter, Eric & Chris Stern, Kevin Reilly, Sarah Vallee, Matt Vernon, Jessica Hallock and Kurt Gottschalk. You can often

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Winter Solstice Celebration, Saturday Dec 21st

The Independent Promoters Alliance invites you to join us for a musical winter solstice celebration featuring two ensembles on Saturday December 21, 2019 8PM 450 W 37th Manhattan!

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DOWNTOWN MUSIC GALLERY Turns 26 and Celebrates Longevity!

Monday, May 1st was the 26th Anniversary of Downtown Music Gallery! That’s right, you heard right! We opened our doors on May 1st of 1991 in the East Village at 211 East 5th (between 2nd & 3rd Aves), having no idea how long we would last considering that there were upwards of a hundred record stores in Manhattan alone at that time. Now there are less than a dozen!?! We are in our third location (13 Monroe St in Chinatown), for eight years now, struggling to survive but still providing creative

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5049 Records Podcast

Episode 89, Bruce Lee Gallanter

For this conversation, Bruce and I go back to his hometown roots in New Jersey to the early days at Studio Henry, all the way up to the present.

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