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Just like the Beach Boys, a band that featured brothers Brian, Dennis and Carl Wilson and cousin Mike Love (plus Alan Jardine), ‘60s female surf group The Honeys featured two sisters, Marilyn and Diane Rovell and cousin Ginger Blake. The trio clicked musically and created their own signature brand of feel good music with classics like He’s A Doll and Hide Go Seek. Rock Cellar Magazine sat down with Marilyn Wilson and Ginger Blake, two of the three founding members of The Honeys, for a fun filled look back at their career. The band formed in 1961 and was originally called The Rovell Sisters,…

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For his latest entry in our Turn Me On category, KCSN 88.5 FM’s Jim Nelson profiles the Record Company… Three seconds. That’s about all it took. The unrelenting, circular bass line that sends The Record Company’s Off the Ground into a sick, deep groove, got me in about three seconds. It could have been the slide that bassist Alex Stiff employs to stylistically connect his nine repeating notes, or perhaps it was the whole of that indefatigable circular riff that got me, but even before drummer Marc Cazorla and singer/guitarist Chris Vos join in I was hopelessly hooked. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=H8aNK3XMP5w Vos…

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Last November, we told you about a new film project called Springsteen & I, a documentary using footage submitted by Bruce Springsteen fans. Aficionados and followers of The Boss were asked to send in video diaries detailing their relationship with Springsteen and his music, explaining what he means tot hem in their lives. Naturally, thousands of Springsteen fans the world over sent in clips, and the result is the new official trailer for Springsteen & I, which will hit theaters around the globe on July 22. Here’s the trailer: http://youtu.be/HVQUeCi9V0s For more, visit Springsteen & I’s website and the links below. Related…

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The Allman Brothers Band’s seminal 1973 album Brothers and Sisters, recorded and released after the deaths of both bandleader Duane Allman and bassist Berry Oakley, was one of their most successful. On June 25th, the album will be reissued to celebrate its 40th anniversary. It’s expected that the album’s various versions will include a 4-disc Super Deluxe, 2-disc Deluxe and standard CD editions, while a vinyl format is also believed to be part of the plan. What’s more, Ultimate Classic Rock says there’s a rumor floating around that a classic 1973 gig from the Winterland Ballroom in San Francisco will…

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There are many well-known Beatles landmarks scattered across North America. Many of them are well known, from the Hollywood Bowl, to the Ed Sullivan Theater to the Dakota Apartments. But are there other lesser-known sites that still hold some compelling Fab Four history? Yeah, yeah, yeah.  Here are a dozen of them. Toronto Rock and Roll Revival: Varsity Stadium 277 Bloor Street West Toronto, Canada According to Ringo Starr, it was Lennon’s first-ever solo performance—the famed Plastic Ono Band concert here at Toronto’s Varsity Stadium on September 13, 1969—that proved to be the end of the Beatles’ career. With the exception of the…

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Robert Plant and the Sensational Space Shifters released a new promo video highlighting their upcoming tour…and it just so happens to feature a bluesy re-interpretation of the Led Zeppelin classic Black Dog. Enjoy: http://youtu.be/Ma6ckaZzMW8 For more, visit the links below. Related links: Robert Plant Announces U.S. Tour with the Sensational Space Shifters Video: Robert Plant Hints That He Might Be Open to a Led Zeppelin Reunion

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