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Styles, genres: alternative folk, alt country, alternative country, alt rock, alternative rock, bluegrass, country music, country rock, country western, folk singer songwriter, fusion, garage, hillbilly, jazz, punk rock, reggae, rhythm and blues, rock and roll, rock n roll, roots music, roots rock, ska, swing.
WALTHAM: At the Paradise, March 28, 2003. Index: "Permission to Build" (), Frank Pino.
WARE RIVER CLUB: Matt Cullen, Matt Hebert, Scott Helland, Bob Hennessy, Don McAulay. "Cathedral" (CD, Spirithouse Records, 2004). Index: Danny Bernini, the Elevens nightclub, Northampton Massachusetts.
TONI LYNN WASHINGTON: "Been So Long" (CD, NorthernBlues NBM0016, 2003). Index: "Back Water Blues", "Black Water Blues", Bruce Bears, "Good Things Come to Those Who Wait", "I Don't Hurt Anymore", "It Don't Hurt Anymore", "It's Been a Long Time (Been So Long)", Duke Robillard, "Shake Me" by Jon Pousette-Dart, "Willow Weep for Me".
THE WAYFARING STRANGERS: "This Train" (CD, Rounder 116 610 528-2, 2003). Index: Tracy Bonham, "Cluck Old Hen", "Don't Put Off 'Til Tomorrow", "Don't This Road Look Rough and Rocky", Rushad Eggleston, cello; Laszlo Gardony, music director Matt Glaser, "Lord Search My Heart", Aoife O'Donovan, Tony Trischka, Ruth Ungar, "When You Go Walking After Midnight".
BRIAN WEBB: Atlanta Georgia, "Broken Folk", Decatur Georgia, Eddie's Attic, "Live".
THE WEEPIES: Deb Talan, Steve Tannen, Jim Henry. "Happiness" (CD, www.theweepies.com, 2003).
NOAM WEINSTEIN: "Probably Human" (CD, www.enoam.com MM0404, 2004).
PETE WEISS: Pete Weiss and the Rock Band, Weisstronauts, Zippah Studio, Zippah Recording Studio.
THE WESTBORO EXPRESS: Shirley Escribano ("Little Shirley"), vocals, formerly of Springfield Vermont; fiddler, Louie Murray or Louis Murray, fiddle; New Hampshire, Paul Preston; Paul Hank Preston, guitar; singer, Tampa Florida, vocalist.
WHEAT: "Too Much Time" (CD-EP, Aware, 2003). Index: "Closer to Mercury (naked version)", "Don't I Hold You", "I Met A Girl", "Too Much Time".
BROOKS WILLIAMS: "Nectar" (CD, Signature Sounds SIG-1275, 2003). Index: "Birth of the True", "Forget About Him", "Great Big Sea" John Martyn's "May You Never", "Singing in the Dark".
WINTERPILLS: Dennis Crommett, Dave Hower, Philip Price, Flora Reed. David Hower.
WORMTOWN: Cowboy Mach Bell, The Big Woo, Bowlers, Valerie Crockett, Walter Crockett, J Geils Blues Band, L B Worm at WCUW (Lenny Worm), Duke Levine, Scott McLennan, Orpheus "I Can't Find the Time To Tell You", Ralph's, Sir Morgan's Cove, Thundertrain, the Villagers, WICN, WORC.
General: Boston Globe, Boston Herald, Boston Phoenix, compact disc cd, concert, dance, dancing, entertainment, festival, harmony, instrumental, NEMS, New England Music Scrapbook newsletter, nightclub, AM FM radio, record, recording studio, release, review, string band, stringband, theater, theatre, underground, venue.
Dumb Angel, Van Dyke Parks, Rounder Records, WBCN Rock and Roll Rumble, WRSI-FM Northampton Massachusetts.
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