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R.I.P. jazz great Marion Brown; Kings of Leon hate hipsters; DC9 remains closed

By David Malitz

- Avant-garde jazz saxophonist and ethnomusicologist Marion Brown passed away recently. He performed on John Coltrane's album "Ascension" and has a deep, forward-thinking discography of his own. Brown was also a professor at schools including Amherst and Brandeis.

- Kings of Leon hate those pesky "hipsters" and "indie" bands, frontman Caleb Followill tells Rolling Stone. The band had its heart set on selling out from the very beginning.

- Local club DC9 has canceled or moved all of its shows scheduled through the end of October in the wake of last week's death outside the club in which five employees have been charged with aggravated assault.

By David Malitz  | October 19, 2010; 10:04 AM ET
Categories:  Morning click  | Tags:  DC9, Kings of Leon, Marion Brown  
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