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EXCLUSIVE: Rolling Stone Publisher Shares Party Plan

Drumroll, please ….

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Rolling Stone Party Details

About to plunk down a grand for a ticket to the Rolling Stone Super Bowl party on February 4? The mag’s first-ever Super Bowl bash could be a concert worth every penny—and we’ll know more tomorrow, when the host expects to announce the night’s musical lineup. A publicist for Bacardi, the party’s sponsor, told Super City that three or four acts should rock The Crane Bay, a former industrial building remodeled into a new and intimate event space near Lucas Oil Stadium. The party will celebrate the rum maker’s 150th anniversary—which falls on Super Bowl Sunday—with a theme nodding to the 1920s, 1950s, and today. All celebrities who will be in town for the game have been invited, and perhaps Thursday’s announcement about the concert lineup will provide some hints about who’s likely to be downing some daiquiris and boogeying in the Bay. Stay tuned… 

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The Latest on SB46: By the Numbers

A lot is afoot both in front of the masses and behind the scenes with Indy’s impending Super Bowl. Here’s a list of the latest figures, some of them mind-boggling:

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What I Know: Joshua Bell

Noteworthy: French Impressions, his album with pianist and fellow IU Jacobs School of Music alum Jeremy Denk, comes out this month.

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Super City Q&A with Mayor Greg Ballard

Mayor Ballard was on hand today as Mark Miles, Allison Melangton, and Rick Fuson of the Super Bowl Host Committee and Village committee named more music stars and entertainment options that will descend upon Indy Jan. 27 through Feb. 5.

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Super Bowl Village's Many Music Acts Named

More entertainment and broadcasting plans for Super Bowl 46 were released today at a press conference held at Lucas Oil Stadium, including the names of music acts to grace the various stages in the Super Bowl Village, which takes up a three-block stretch of Georgia St.

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Super Howl: Who Should Sing the Anthem?

First, in defense of Madonna as halftime show performer, the erstwhile Material Girl has just that—oodles of material—to work with. And yet she has been passed off as a “karaoke singer” (et tu, Gene Simmons?) and an over-the-hill, washed-up pop diva. Smacks of ageism, if you ask me. (And you didn’t.)

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Viewpoint: What's all this ballyhoo about Indy's "Super Bowl Shuffle"?

Yes, a certain video was much maligned by YouTube users and faceless online commenters, and sent up by the likes of Bleacher Report and Deadspin, two national practitioners of snark.

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Super Howl II: Who should rock the halftime show?

Word from the Super Bowl Host Committee’s communications team is that the music acts to perform the pregame and halftime shows on Feb. 5 will be announced in mid-December. And yes, rumor has it that Madonna will finally grace that stage with her “Madgesty’s” presence–and song catalog.

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What I Know: Florence Henderson

The Southern Indiana native will sing the opening number at the Indianapolis 500 this month, a tradition she started 20 years ago.

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