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Music

  • Seger taking classics, new tunes on the road
    NEW YORK – At 69, Bob Seger says he's ready to hit the road again: He's scaled back smoking and bicycles 10 miles a day as part of a workout routine.
  • Seger taking classics, new tunes on the road
    NEW YORK – At 69, Bob Seger says he’s ready to hit the road again: He’s scaled back smoking and bicycles 10 miles a day as part of a workout routine.
  • Inside Philharmonic rehearsal
      Editor’s note: The Journal Gazette was given an opportunity to view the behind-the-scenes rehearsal of the Fort Wayne Philharmonic as the musicians prepared for opening night on Sept. 27.
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‘Migrant’ The Dear Hunter

It’s always a challenge for musicians as technically talented as the members of The Dear Hunter not to get lost in their own world and forget to make music for others. On its fifth album, “Migrant,” The Dear Hunter handles the balance well.

Whether it’s the crush of guitars on “Bring You Down” or the gentle interplay of piano and strings on the slower “Shame,” there’s tension and urgency on the tracks that knits them together thematically.

Lead singer Casey Crescenzo delivers stirring vocals that burst with emotion but stay clear of bombast.

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