The Syracuse Crunch is a professional ice hockey team based out of Syracuse, New York that competes in the American Hockey League.Founded in 1992, the Crunch has acted as an affiliate for several teams playing in the National Hockey League including the Vancouver Canucks, the Anaheim Ducks and the Tampa Bay Lightning. Having won its first division championship in the 2001-2002 season, the Crunch has proven itself as more than just a team that produces players who go on to havesuccessfulcareers in the bigger leagues.
Syracuse University is a private research university located in Syracuse, New York. The school's sports teams, known as the Orange, compete in over 20 intercollegiate sports in the Atlantic CoastConferencefor the NCAA Division I. The teams' mascot, Otto the Orange, is an anthropomorphic orange that wears blue pants and anover-sizedblue hat.
Boston band John Brown's Body may have cornered the US market for faithful roots and dub reggae. Releasing studio albums that incorporate a vast array of instrumentation, from electronic to brass instruments, John Brown's Body captures both where Reggae came from and where its often gone. More than its recorded material, John Brown's Body is constantly in demand for its live performance, and tours relentlessly as a result.
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Living proof that one-hit wonders don't always have to crash and burn, soft-rock crooner Benny Madrones has capitalized on the success of his hit, "Into the Night" for over 30 years now. That song - with its arena ballad swagger and Madrone's alternately smooth and raspy vocals - has forever linked him with the pop charts, where the tune managed to crack the top twenty in both 1980 and 1989. Madrones has continued to release albums and tour throughout the decades to very little fanfare. But the devoted core of his fan base has kept him going, proving that fleeting success doesn't always sink an upstart artist.
Waxahatchee is the indie folk project of Brooklyn, New York-based singer/songwriter Katie Crutchfield. After adopting her chosen moniker in 2011, she released a split cassette with Chris Calvin on Plan-It-X Records and self-recorded her debut LP, Americana Weekend. Released in 2012 with Don Giovanni Records, the album earned Waxahatchee critical acclaim among indie music sources, garnering further anticipation for her 2013 sophomore LP, Cerulean.