Issue 637

17th May, 2007 - 30th May, 2007

John Lennon once said that celebrity was a bitch, because, as he put it, people never recognize you in the present. Their connection to you, he said, would forever be related to something they know of who you once were, and they can never really know how you are now.

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Willingness to engender local talent. Performing public service. Exhibiting a strong work ethic. Overall representation of the Michigan Music Community. These are the criteria set forth by Review This Radio Dot Com in the selection of Artist of the Year.

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They are an amalgamation of former the former Muddy Gumbo, Gone Daddy Gone, and the Beertones, and they have just received voter's choice as Best Blues Band in the 21st Annual Review Music Awards.

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It's difficult to fathom that 21 years have transpired since the inaugural evening of our first Review Music Awards Ceremony at the Fordney Hotel.  Although that legendary landmark, along with many of our initial honorees such as Jerry Holmes, Felton Sparks, and Bob Logan, are now nothing but sparkling memories, the music that first traveled from that stage has reached out in many inspiring directions, solidifying the strong stature of our talent here in the mid-Michigan area.

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Best Solo Artist - Andy Reed

Editor's Note: Musician Andy Reed secured the honors of Best Solo Artist and Rock Musician Deserving Wider Recognition at this year's 21st annual Review Music Awards. We asked music aficionado Bo White to scribe a few thoughts about Andy and his latest recorded work, 'The Great Compression'.

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"On September 11, 2001, the question of whether the government was legitimately elected was being asked," were the opening words of the master of ceremonies. That was the kindest thing said about George Bush and his administration at the recent 911 Truth Forum held at the University of Michigan Ballroom in Ann Arbor.

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When it comes to Country music in the tri-cities, The Craig John Band managed to claim ownership of the genre at Review's 21st Music Award Ceremony, nailing a total of eight awards in the division, including Marty Campbell (Best Country guitarist); Gary Fobear (Keyboardist); Country Band Deserving Wider Recognition; Butch Gamet (Country Musician Deserving Wider Recognition); Craig John (Best male vocalist & bassist); John Lorrison (Best drummer) and Best Country Band honors.

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NEW CATEGORIES Band or Individual Making the Biggest Impact On Music Scene in the Last 20 Years (10 nominees) Triskull Promotions Bo White The Process Hott & Bothered Productions Al Limberg - winner Best Concept Group/Album or Project (7 Nominees) The Banana Convention Brett Mitchell The Process 303 Collective Silverspork - winner Review This Radio Artist of the Year (10 nominees) Brett Mitchell The Banana convention Empty Pockets The Process Jen Cass Winner: Bryan Rombalsi & 3 Worlds MISC.

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