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PITTSBURGH TRIBUNE-REVIEW

Golf notebook: Kevin Shields wins Falling Rock Classic

Kevin Shields used five birdies to build a first-round lead at the Falling Rock Classic at Nemacolin Woodlands Resort on Monday. The Mt. Lebanon native backed that effort with a pair of eagles during the final round on the Falling Rock Course Tuesday to breeze to a comfortable win. Shields shot a 5-under-par 67 during Round 1 on the Shepherd‘s Rock Course. Shields finished at 8-under 136.
PITTSBURGH, PA
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Pittsburgh Post-Gazette

Nevillewood's Kevin Shields wins Pennsylvania Senior Open

Kevin Shields doesn’t stay awake at night thinking about a couple of the Pennsylvania Open championships that got away from him. He didn’t worry that coming so close to winning a state title was going to haunt him. But, after turning 50 in January, Shields finally got that...
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Guitar Player

Here’s Why Kevin Shields is a Cornerstone of Alternative Rock Guitar

Where other guitarists have bags of technique, Kevin Shields has originality. As the leader of My Bloody Valentine, he led the group through a pair of albums – 1988’s Isn’t Anything and 1991’s Loveless – that remain alt-rock cornerstones and ground zero for shoegaze. But...
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kexp.org

From the KEXP Archives: An Interview with Kevin Shields of My Bloody Valentine

Today, KEXP celebrates the 30th anniversary of the landmark My Bloody Valentine album Loveless, and for the occasion, KEXP has dug into our archives for this interview with frontman Kevin Shields, originally conducted back in 2009. (Truly dated in that the original version of this article linked to the band's MySpace page.)
SEATTLE, WA
Pittsburgh Post-Gazette

Kevin Shields wins his third Tri-State Open with birdie barrage

Ten years after winning the event for a second time, Kevin Shields made it three victories in three different decades when he won the 59th Tri-State Open by overwhelming the field with 11 birdies in two days — and overwhelming himself. “I lose more and more confidence every year that...