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Bill Wyman manned the bass with the Rolling Stones for thirty years — and his experiences will be the focus of a new documentary titled The Quiet One, which will be released on June 21 after a run on the film festival circuit. The doc has attracted a considerable amount of buzz at festivals due to how it portrays Wyman, who was a member of the Stones from 1962 through 1993, before splitting from the group and blazing his own musical path. Here’s the film’s trailer: https://www.youtube.com/watch?time_continue=104&v=BrDNYXW9a_Y A noteworthy line in the clip comes from Keith Richards, who jokes, “It…

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A few weeks back, Rock Cellar had the honor of taking part in a gifting suite affiliated with the 91st Academy Awards. There, we came face-to-face with some truly intriguing and unique products, from healthcare to clean living and much more. Some of the companies represented that caught our attention the most were … CoCaBee (Visit website) Created by Amanda Lavery, who was fed up with the mysterious ingredients that went into the cosmetics she used on a regular basis, CoCaBee seeks to provide organic options for the more health-conscious. “I started reading more labels, checking the ingredients and researching…

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Rival Tides is a four-piece out of the Los Angeles area looking to do big things in 2019. With two EPs released thus far since forming in 2012, the band went back to the studio and put together a collection of new songs that will serve as their debut full-length, My God is Fire. The album was officially announced on Tuesday (along with pre-orders), and will be released on March 15. The band also premiered a video for the album’s opening song, the catchy “All My Friends Are Stoned,” which takes on a decidedly different lyrical tone than its title…

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Two powerhouse alt/rock institutions, Cage the Elephant and Beck, will spend a portion of 2019 on the road together on a co-headlining tour announced on Monday. Along for the fun will be special guests — and indie/rock institutions themselves — Spoon. Select cities will also get a set from openers Starcrawler, Sunflower Bean and Wild Belle. The tour, put on by LiveNation and detailed in full on Monday, will run from mid-July through August. https://twitter.com/beck/status/1094974506433572865 The schedule of the Night Running Tour: Thursday, July 11, 2019 Ridgefield, WA Sunlight Supply Amphitheater* Saturday, July 13, 2019 George, WA Gorge Amphitheatre* Tuesday, July…

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Chris Stein photo (Shepard Fairey) Chris Stein cut his teeth 40 years ago as a co-founder and guitarist for the band Blondie, and via his songwriting partnership with Debbie Harry, eventually creating classics like “Heart Of Glass” and “Rapture.” The band, like the partnership, has endured personal and professional ups and downs of the last four decades, and, by all accounts, is as strong as it’s ever been. Through it all, Stein says he always managed to have a camera at hand. For any fan of the band, or of the late-70s CBGBs/punk/New Wave era that hit New York City,…

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Every year like clockwork, since 2015, there’s been a deep dive box set, highlighting each period of David Bowie’s remarkable career. Rightly so, Five Years: 1969-1973, Who Can I Be Now?: 1974-1976 and A New Career In A New Town: 1977-1982 topped year-end critics lists. But the highlights of each were the hidden gems. The lost soul album The Gouster, and Tony Visconti’s magical remix of 1979’s Lodger were everything fans had hoped they’d be, and made the box sets worth every penny. This year’s box, Loving The Alien: 1983-1988, delves into the period when Bowie became an international pop…

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“No matter how many times I see it, I always learn something new about David,” pianist Mike Garson told me, after visiting the final stop of the David Bowie is exhibition in Brooklyn. “And I worked with him for 45 years!” David Bowie’s final tour — a remarkable museum show built around the legend’s vast archive of stage clothes, videos, recordings, and a remarkable trove of personal mementos from the late-musician’s career — came to a close this past summer. Bowie died in January 2016, but the exhibition, entitled David Bowie is, wrapped up July 15th, after a five-month stint…

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Detroit’s legendary MC5 were probably the first punk rock band — but try to tell the band’s guitarist, Wayne Kramer, that. “I get that. I get the value of that. But that was never what the MC5 was,” Kramer insists when we catch up by phone during rehearsals for the MC50 tour. “We thought it was important to play well, so I was always a little confused by the connection, especially since the punk rockers never picked up on any of the more stretched out ideas that the MC5 was trying to champion.” In fact, Kramer doesn’t pull any punches…

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Maybe the best way of trying to describe who Jaco Pastorius was and my encounter with him back in 1977 right around the release of his first self-titled solo album is by beginning this narrative with an episode guitarist Steve Morse once had with the legendary bass player. This incident illustrates both the peculiarity and the preciousness of Pastorius, both his absolute love and passion for the bass guitar and the peculiar behavior that would haunt him his entire life. It is a dichotomy musicians, friends and family had been trying to understand for years. With Jaco’s murder on September…

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