KQED podcast suggests Billy & Dolly as a band to rip off

Younger Days by Billy & Dolly Ever find yourself trying to sell your friends and fellow music critics on a new record you're really jazzed about? On Tuesday, KQED Arts released an audio feature focused on local pop-rock duo Billy & Dolly, in which reporter Eric Winick thought to gather some testimonials about their debut album, In the Beginning. The result: an interesting discussion of the album, with the offering of some past and present comparisons to the band's sound. B&D have no upcoming shows scheduled, but continue to check in on their website.

Port O’Brien CD Review on KQED Interactive

For those of you who haven't noticed, about a month ago The Bay Bridged began a partnership with KQED Interactive. About twice a month we'll be writing up shows, CD Reviews, and other happenings in and around the bay area on their site. This week Emily reviews Port O'Brien's brand new album, All We Could Do Was Sing which came out this week: The opening track "I Woke Up Today" feels like a modern day "We Will Rock You," only with a much less forceful message -- the kind of tune that you and might sing (or yell) along to [...]

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