Links – Bands – MI – 2012 –

Al Hill and The Love Butlers

Alberta Adams with RJ’s Rhythm Rockers

The Alligators

Argentucky Blues

Bobby Murray Band

The Bluescasters

Broken Arrow Blues Band

The bugs Beddow Band

Bull Halsey

Cee Cee Collins with RJ Spangler Trio

Chef Chris and his Nairobi Trio

The Chris Canas Blues Revolution

Count Bracy and The Pleasure Tones

Doug Deming and The Jewel Tones

Drivin’ Sideways

The Erich Goebel Band

George Bedard and the Kingpins

The Greg Nagy Band

Harmonica Shah and His Detroit Blues Band

Harper and his Midwest Kind

Homemade Jamz Blues Band

Howard Glazer and The EL 34’s

Howling Diablos

The Jeff Williams Group featuring Isis

Jerry Mack and The Terraplanes

Jimmy McCarty and Mystery Train

Joe Labeau

John Latini

Johnny Reed and the Houserockers

Kathleen Murray

Lady Sunshine and The X Band

Laith Al-Saadi

Luther “Badman” Keith

The Martindales

Measured Chaos

Motor City Josh

Noteworthy Band

The Orange Doorhinge

Rick Stel Project

Root Doctor

The Saints

Saints of Soul

Smokin’ Joe Kubek & Bnois King

Steve Nardella

The Terraplanes

Thornetta Davis

Tomas Esparza & The Boa Constrictors

Tosha Owens

Twyla Birdson

Wixom Slim and the Wyze Gyze

Freshly Pressed: Editors’ Picks for October 2012

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Narrowing down all the fantastic posts featured on Freshly Pressed in a month to just ten is a challenge, but one that we relish — it reminds us of how much great content you’ve published, and of the depth and diversity of the community. Here are some of October’s standouts:

Silk Road Ramblings: Lost Empires, Gobi Fugitives, and The Secret Meth Habit of Marco Polo

I have conquered the Silk Road—venturing through the wild frontiers of Central Asia all the way to the dynastic heart of China, through a land of unforgiving beauty and a blood-splattered past; a land of lost empires, camel caravans, mummies, treasure-filled caves, and Imperial tombs. I am a modern-day Marco Polo, except I can’t grow impressive facial hair or call people ‘Orientals’ or ‘barbarian mongrels’

We read many great posts about travel each month and scope out tons of great photography, but Backpackology gave us…

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