August 25, 2006 Like most independent musicians, singer-songwriter Peter Mulvey relies on the Internet to share and sell his music. But ultimately, he makes a living the old-fashioned way: performing in bars and coffeehouses from Anchorage to Dublin, and building a career one fan at a time. Reporter Jeffrey Pepper Rodgers recently hitched a ride with Mulvey on tour.
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May 15, 2006 Psychedlia meets funk in The Flaming Lips; A Pink Floyd cover from Ambulance LTD; Japan's imaginative Yoshida Brothers; Classic railroad songs from Furry Lewis; The way we try from Birdie Busch; An ode to a forgotten time by Peter Mulvey; The remarkable voice of Tom Brosseau; Brilliant ramblings from Kimya Dawson.
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