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Some songs seem as if they were written just for you.  The lyrics resonate as if they were penned by your own personal biographer. Judy Collins gets that feeling every time she hears the song Suite: Judy Blue Eyes by legendary folk trio Crosby, Stills and Nash. But then, that song really was written just for Collins. “Suite: Judy Blue Eyes really is my story…” The songstress and human rights activist writes in her new memoir, aptly titled Sweet Judy Blue Eyes: My Life In Music.  “Whenever I hear the song – in a grocery store, in an airport, on my own CD player – it resounds…

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Photographer (and musician) Henry Diltz has taken photographs of almost every notable rock musician and band from the 1960s and 70s. His iconic style practically defined the generation of classic album cover art. And he started it all with a tossed-off junk-store camera. Rock Cellar Magazine was honored to have Henry Diltz sit down and chat with us. Diltz’ memory is as sharp as his camera’s focus, and the breadth of his story-telling is as wide as the gargantuan “Wall of Slides” adorning his west-coast photo studio office. For a man whose medium is visual, Henry Diltz is a surprisingly…

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As one of Hollywood’s greatest cinematographers, the Chicago-born Haskell Wexler has worked on close to 150 films and been the director of photography for many of the world’s greatest directors. Wexler won Academy Awards for lensing Mike Nichols’ directorial debut, 1966’s Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf?, starring Elizabeth Taylor and Richard Burton, and for Hal Ashby’s Bound for Glory – the 1976 biography of musician/activist Woody Guthrie. He was the DP for In the Heat of Night, which scored the Best Picture Oscar, and he also received Best Cinematographer nominations for Blaze, Matewan, and Best Picture One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s…

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For those of you who are following the story of the stolen Rembrandt sketch “The Judgment” as closely as we are, there seem to be more questions than answers. Art world insiders and casual observers alike love a good art-heist, and are no doubt hoping for this story to explode into a sexy, cinematic blockbuster – The Ritz-Carlton Affair – with Robert Pattinson as a young Pierce Brosnan.  Truth is, with the introduction of a “brainy hot babe” we’re almost there. Rock Cellar Magazine has dug a little deeper to look at the different angles on this story, many of…

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Animal welfare advocates in upstate New York received unexpected aid last year from an anonymous, bizarre “Deer-Man,” who waged a multi-pronged and ultimately successful attack campaign against a controversial and brutal plan to eradicate the local deer population. Employing the power of popular social-networking sites such as Facebook and YouTube along with more traditional tools such as the Freedom of Information Act, “Buck Van Deer” orchestrated a relentless personal crusade that exposed the backroom machinations of government, and mobilized the local citizenry. Is this the new model for “fighting City Hall?” Rock Cellar Magazine tracked down this unique story of…

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