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Former Republican congressman Chris Cox of California, who co-authored the 1998 federal law, says even South Dakota's law would apply to an out-of-state garage band with 200 downloads in the state.
The boys in garage band Mourning Dayze were easy to spot in conservative Whitewater with their shaggy hair, mod clothes and a 1957 Cadillac hearse that took them to gigs across Wisconsin and beyond.
This Nashville trio heads up a lineup of indie and garage bands with fuzzy, mid-tempo rock songs that combine contemporary indie rock with a nostalgic underground punk aesthetic reminiscent of K Records or Kill Rock Stars circa 1998.
Joy meets Maddie’s brother Jim (John Hawkes), something of a shut-in, and the two eventually form a garage band together.
While other kids played video games and started garage bands, Evan fell in love with the craft of brewing beer.
Good-looking neo-garage bands named some variation of the Plural Nouns proliferated for years.
Bands performed throughout the festival, including some well known groups and some garage bands, including children from the School of Rock.
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Definition of garage band for English Language Learners
: a group of people who play rock music together and typically practice in a garage
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