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Tuesday, November 27, 2001 Volume 67, Issue 66


 
 









 

Music career rises in the east on Laura Dawn's 'Believer'

Born and raised in the non-inspiring Pleasantville, Iowa, Laura Dawn grew up listening to country legends Willie Nelson, Loretta Lynn and Dolly
Parton. She loved their storytelling abilities but still had an attraction to rock groups like the Smashing Pumpkins, the Clash and the Pixies.
 

Creed weathers success on latest 

The past two years have been pretty good for Creed. Its last release, 1999's Human Clay, has sold more than 10 million copies, largely off the strength
of "With Arms Wide Open," a single that crossed over into top-40 and adult contemporary radio.
 

New punk band Crash 81 'tickles emo' on debut

What defines punk rock? If you ask most of the radio-listening public to name a punk-rock band or an "emo" (short for "emotional") band, you would
most likely hear that Blink-182 (shudder) is punk and a big "Huh?" for emo.
 

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