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Going ‘Off the Score’ with Stewart Copeland: The Interview

Going ‘Off the Score’ with Stewart Copeland: The Interview

Stewart Copeland is many things: accomplished, world-class drummer with the Police, songwriter, composer, filmmaker, and public speaker. Naturally, the chance…

The Keeper of the Big Beat: Joey Kramer of Aerosmith (Interview)

The Keeper of the Big Beat: Joey Kramer of Aerosmith (Interview)

Following interviews with his band mates Joe Perry, Tom Hamilton and Brad Whitford, enjoy a new conversation with Joey Kramer of…

One-on-One with Daryl Hall (Interview)

One-on-One with Daryl Hall (Interview)

In 2015, Daryl Hall is busier than ever, balancing a solo career, two successful TV shows, Live at Daryl’s House…

Noel Gallagher Talks ‘Chasing Yesterday’ & Oasis’ Future (‘Do Not Believe What You Read in the Tabloids’)

Noel Gallagher Talks ‘Chasing Yesterday’ & Oasis’ Future (‘Do Not Believe What You Read in the Tabloids’)

“If you take the title out of context, it does seem nostalgic,” Noel Gallagher confesses about the title of his…

Love Him Two Times: Robby Krieger of the Doors (The Interview)

Love Him Two Times: Robby Krieger of the Doors (The Interview)

As songwriter and guitarist for the Doors, Robby Krieger earned his rightful place in rock and roll history. Penning such…

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A Few Questions With… 311 Bassist P-Nut (About the Great Jack Bruce)

A Few Questions With… 311 Bassist P-Nut (About the Great Jack Bruce)

Aaron “P-Nut” Wills is the bassist of long-running alternative band 311. An accomplished bassist with a signature style and personality, Wills has been a constant force in 311′s…

A Few Questions With…John Wicks

A Few Questions With…John Wicks

John Wicks made a name for himself in the late 1970s fronting the Records, a powerpop/rock band that was ultimately short lived despite achieving success with singles such…

A Few Questions With…Paull E. Rubin

A Few Questions With…Paull E. Rubin

Born in New York City, moved to LA at age 6, Paull E. Rubin has been an ASCAP writer & publisher member since 1983. Taught how to play…

North American David Bowie Landmarks (Photo Essay)

North American David Bowie Landmarks (Photo Essay)

In the Footsteps of the Diamond Dog As the popular exhibit entitled “David Bowie Is” continues to captivate fans around the…

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New Randy Bachman – Stream ‘Bad Child’ (Ft. Joe Bonamassa), from New LP ‘Heavy Blues’ (Audio)

Former Guess Who/BTO icon Randy Bachman is releasing his new album, Heavy Blues, under the moniker ‘Bachman’ – and now there’s another song from the record available…

Man Charged $1,000+ for In-Flight Internet (But He Deserved It)

Apparently airplane Wi-Fi is a big deal these days. If it isn’t somebody using a network name that scares people, it’s somebody unwillingly (or unknowingly) costing himself…

Frankie Valli and the Four Seasons Quiz

New month, new issue, new quiz. How well do you know songs by The Four Seasons? This month’s cover star is Frankie Valli, after all… Below, please sift…

Top 11 Songs About Faraway Places

“If God had really intended men to fly, he’d make it easier to get to the airport.” – George Winters Rockers have traveled to every corner of…

Behind the Curtain: Taking Paul Rodgers to an Elvis Presley Concert in Los Angeles

This month’s installment of rock writer Steve Rosen’s Behind the Curtain stories captures the essence of being in the “right place at the right time…” ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ When…

Cat Survives 6-7 Mile Journey in Box Spring on Top of Stranger’s Car, Reunites with Owner

Back in December, one little cat went on quite an epic (and dangerous) journey. It all started when Portland, Oregon man Roy Dufek sold one of his…

Turn Me On #5: Tumbleweed Wanderers, The Band

One of the bands on the lineup for this year’s Outside Lands Music Festival that caught our attention were the Tumbleweed Wanderers, a group of Oakland, California-based…

This Blog Has Been Downloaded To Fifty iPhones — Free!!

Along with pretty much everybody else, I watched the latest Apple…what do they call these extravaganzas again? Annunciations? You know, the big spiels where a markedly less…

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