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The Monogenre: Is Popular Music All Starting To Sound the Same?

Who cares if some corporate beancounter turns their product into a monogenre as long as we can still find good music to listen to on our own? Each and every one of us is a microgenre of tastes and interests onto ourselves and it's nice to know there's a variety of music available to fit our own personal microgenre.

 

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Part 2 Of Our Exclusive Tour of the Big House Museum in Macon GA

Join us for Part 2 of the Listening Room's visit the Big House Allman Brothers band Museum in macon GA, with curator Richard Brent.

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Part 1 Of Our Exclusive Tour of the Allman Brothers Band Big House Museum in Macon Georgia

Join the Listening Room and museum curator Richard Brent for an exclusive behind-the-scenes tour of the Allman Brothers Band Big House Museum in Macon, GA.

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The Allman Brothers Band and The Power of Music

In the digital age, we often bemoan the state of today’s music industry but with a little insight into what things were like back in the day, we can see that things really haven’t changed all that much. Artists still struggle to get their art in front of an audience, and audiences still clamor for great art. The Power of Music is the one constant we can always count on.

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Why You Hate the Sound Of Your Own Voice

I hate the sound of my own voice. You probably do too (I mean hate the sound of your own voice). Here's why...

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Why Do Fingernails Scraped On A Chalkboard Bother Us So Much?

Cringing at the sound of fingernails being scraped on a chalkboard is an evolutionary remnant of the time when danger lurked just outside the cave and the quicker we responded the better our chances of survival. So the next time you hear one of these offensive noises, after you're done cringing thank your ancestors for developing an auditory alarm system that made you possible.

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