Articles tagged the bellrays

SXSW 2010: But Can It Be Monetized?

After five days of sun, beer, panel discussions and performances from sun up 'til sun up, what have we learned? Brand yourself, exploit social media, and make some music once in a while.

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10 Jul 2008 // 11:00 PM

The BellRays

Vocalist Lisa Kekaula controlled the music with a voice as full-bodied as her afro, and prowled around the stage as if she was scanning the audience for prey. "I know this is a Monday night," she said, "but I need you to act like it's Friday night! I've come to give you EVERYTHING, but you're gonna have to give something back to me! I've got a job to do, but so do you...and YOU CLOCKED IN WHEN YOU WALKED IN!!!"

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The BellRays: Hard, Sweet and Sticky

Not for the faint-hearted, nor the recently heartbroken -- but if you're neither, this dynamite disc is one slice of maximum R&B you cannot afford to miss out on.

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7 Aug 2006 // 1:00 AM

The BellRays

in Joe's Pub is like stuffing a stick of dynamite into a shoebox...

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The BellRays: Have a Little Faith

The BellRays are the band that convince the MC5 they'd have been better off in Memphis.

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	The BellRays: The BellRays @ the Barfly [DVD]

Let the BellRays take you on a wild ride... going back to school has never been as much fun.

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	The BellRays: The Red, White & Black

The BellRays give us the same old stuff, which is all we ever ask of them.

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	The BellRays: Raw Collection

Aretha Franklin fronting the MC5. Ma Rainey singing with the Stooges. Do a web search for BellRays CD reviews, and you’ll get dozens of

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	The BellRays: In the Light of the Sun

If you take a listen to any of the BellRays’ songs from the past couple years, such as “Fire on the Moon” or “Blues for

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	The Bellrays: Grand Fury

It’s a rare but exhilarating occasion when you put on a new CD and are utterly blown away by what you hear. Every now

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Ubisoft Understands the Art of the Climb

// Moving Pixels

"Ubisoft's Assassin's Creed and Grow Home epitomize the art of the climb.

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