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Originally I thought the Aussie quartet rock band Spookyland got its name from the Roman Dirge illustrated novel titled “Spookyland” featuring the cockeyed evil heroine Lenore the Cute Little Dead
Rob Decoup lived in Iran when they were at war with Iraq. At the age of five he recalls the sirens going off and rushing to safety in the family
The British rock scene in the early 70’s was bombastic to say the least. Bands like Black Sabbath, Cream and Led Zeppelin were starting out and receiving blanket radio airplay
Ecuadorian rockers the Prime Ministers are single handling proving that rock and roll has no borders. Their brand has the attitude and musical acumen that makes them potentially a global
A Los Angeles based quintet with the fictitious name “Milo Greene” is doing to music as Technicolor did to film over a half a century ago. There were senate hearings
British songwriter/performer Jon Byrne proves that marching to one’s own beat proves that genius and insanity are much the same. Reminiscent of The Kinks Ray Davies had done during his
The San Francisco Bay area has always been an epicenter for American music. So it is with the bay local artist The Soft White Sixties. When journalists write about bands