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Nicky Blitz.. The Future Shape of Sound

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The recording industry is unfortunately slow to act! Luckily over the last few years it has belatedly started to get its shit together trying to cash in on it all. Only coming to the party when the party has already been established and its time to go home. Performers are now lost in the pop wilder ...
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Willie & The Bandits Find Their Way

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Although he recorded a mere 29 songs, blues-man, Robert Johnson (who was born over a century ago) had a huge influence on guitarists through the history of rock and roll. Johnson’s legacy is one of the most studied of all country, blues and rock musicians; and he's been the subjec ...
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The King Brothers… Bonzai Rock and Roll

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Japanese punk blues stalwarts, King Brothers… have released their first album,  “Wasteland”.. in over 8 years! They’ve been together for 20 years… I know.. I know!!… How come I’ve never heard of em’? Faintly praised by critics, yet never have they ...
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Carla Olson.. The Textones..”Old Stone Gang” & The L.A. Music Scene Back In The Day

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Carla Olson is not your typical rock and roll feminist spokesperson. It was back in 1978 when  she decided to move to L.A. from Austin, TX. with longtime pal, Kathy Valentine..( who later became a founding member of The Go Go’s) and started her own band, The Textones Read more →

British Rock Journeymen.. Bad Touch Release New Album..”Shake A Leg”

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British rock band Bad Touch are back with a new track, “Lift Your Head Up” from their just released album, “Shake a Leg”. All we can say is Bad Touch never cease to amaze us…The new album takes the band to another level....Rock fans will ...
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The Temperance Movement Play At L.A. Music Landmark..The Mint

Categories: Articles, Concerts
The Temperance Movement are currently opening for Deep Purple and Judas Priest in a huge North America tour. You wouldn’t know it by the ads for the concert, which makes no reference to them as special guests. That being said they nestled a auspicious club gig in Los Angeles at t ...
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Eric Burdon and the Animals.. Sky Pilot

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Sky Pilot was written and recorded by Eric Burdon and The Animals in 1967 and released the following year. Its lyrics are not concerned with aircrews or planes, as the title implies. Instead, Sky Pilot is about  military chaplains and the role they play in supporting and perpetu ...
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GHOST.. Children OF The Damned

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Heavy metal gets a bad rap for being violent and misogynist,;yet it brings such great joy and empowerment to its fans. This is partly the reason that Swedish metal band, GHOST are the biggest rock band on the face of the earth!  Don’t fester on the costumes nor their anonymity. ...
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“Yinzer” Mac Miller a Jewish Rapper…. “Dead At 26

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“Yinzer” (urban slang for someone who’s a native of Pittsburgh, PA.) Mac Miller, the son of a Gentile father and a Jewish Mother” Miller, whose real name is Malcolm McCormick, uses his Mother’s maiden name. . Died of a drug overdose at age 26 at his home i ...
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The Temperance Movement….Rock ‘N’ Roll Disciples With “A Deeper Cut”

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The Temperance Movement  through  thoughtful music have once  again connected with the hearts and minds of the  their American  fan base. They find themselves at the crossroads, using a route unlike other rock bands. Not to commit blasphemy, but there is something positively me ...
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