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Los Angeles in 1966 was the epicenter of everything regarding pop culture. The scene was festooned with peace and love while Hollywood’s glitz was its show piece. Bands would play
DreamingBull are a swingin’ rock band that can turn air into cottage cheese! Well calculated they’ve successfully created the conduit between Rock and Roll and black gospel driven blues. Their
Sometimes when you are late to the party you end up having the greatest times. As cliché as it may sound music is timeless and so be the case with
Nestled in the rural bosom of the Hollywood hills lies Laurel Canyon where musical and theatrical history is bountiful. Despite fires and torrential mudslides the vitality of the canyon was
Eddie Cochran, the man behind the immortal hits “Summertime Blues” and “C’mon Everybody,” was killed on April 17th 1960 when the taxi carrying him, his fiance’e Sheron Shelly and fellow rocker Gene
on) from theiThe Nearly Deads are a DIY Punk/Grunge, mother approved, kid tested Nashville based band responsible for over 6.2 million zombie infections. They have built a fan base (The
An Amazing Coincidence came to light when Frank Lisciandro’s arranged his May 31 presentation & signing at Book Soup in West Hollywood. On Saturday May 31 1969 Jim Morrison joined