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Samantha Fish… She’s Got It Bad

Often underrated and unappreciated… several principle female innovators of blues music are equipped with a staggering amount of raw talent, undeniable moxie and impressionable guitar skills. Whether referencing these female pioneers who excelled despite time periods that were oozing with racism. P ...
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Cat Mother and The All Night Newsboys

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Cat Mother and the All Night Newsboys were one of those classic rock bands that oldies music fans will probably remember. The band was founded in New York City. They are known for their only hit and charting single “Good Old Rock and Roll”, which almost made it ...
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Getting Dirty With Dirty Honey

At first I didn't quite know what to make of Los Angeles rock and roll outfit, Dirty Honey… But one thing I can unequivocally say… they are one fuckin’ great rock and roll band! And let the truth be told, I wasn’t quite  sure where I was headed when I thoug ...
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Rapper.. Nipsey Hussle Gun Down In So. Central L.A.

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Ermias Davidson Asghedom — better known as rapper, businessman and philanthropist Nipsey Hussle — was killed Sunday, gunned down in front of his own Marathon Clothing Store in his hometown of Los Angeles. Two others were wounded by gun shots. Hussle was 33 years old and his accl ...
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The Glorious Sons Live At the Roxy

Saturday night in Hollywood catching Canadian rock and roll band, The Glorious Sons..This is what we live for! When anyone tells you that rock and roll is dead they don’t know fuck-all!! and they don’t know of The Glorious Sons… Their live performance  comes with quite a wall ...
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Rock’s Greatest Producer… Jimmy Miller

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Who was the guy that played the “cow bell” at the beginning of The Rolling Stones’ classic, “Honky Tonk Women”…. Who was the guy that played the finger chimes to the Spencer Davis Group’s second  hit in America, “I’m A Man”…Who was the dude th ...
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Warbly Jets Live With Propaganda

Synthesizers have been regarded by some as cold and fake because the sounds weren’t made by physical strums of strings or slaps on skins, this despite their prominence since the 1960s. In the ’70s, artists like Brian Eno, Kraftwerk and Roxy Music showed the endless possibilities. And going into ...
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September Mourning…. “Glass Animals”

September Mourning is a rock band that should be a lot more popular than they are. My radio friend from El Paso, Kevin Vargas first turned me on to them. While so many bands meander in indifference and cannot find their own shadows, September Mourning convincingly s ...
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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 Temperance Movement Play At L.A. Music Landmark..The Mint

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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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