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The Crazy World of Arthur Brown.. The God of Hellfire!

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If you followed rock music in the heady late ’60s, you undoubtedly remember the words for the opening line of “Fire,” by Arthur Brown.. “I’m the God of Hellfire”. The psychedelic single, released in the United States on Atlantic Records, catapulted to #2 ...
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Massive Wagons…. House Of “Noize”

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Any band that has ever tried to weld a “Beatlesque” melody into a power chord and maintain an anti-bourgeois attitude owes their influence to English glam band, Slade…Of all the 1970s rock-rock acts, Slade were arguably most in tune with punk's premium on three-chord simplicity, raw-powered ri ...
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Mink DeVille..Soul Twist

Willy DeVille, was a singer, songwriter and the leader of the group Mink DeVille, whose adventurous forays into rhythm and blues, Cajun music and salsa made him one of the most original figures of the New York punk scene of the mid- 1970s.  Early on Willy thought if he moved to San ...
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The Glorious Sons… Live At The El Rey.. Los Angeles

The Glorious Sons are a group of young lads who grew up together in a friendship that turned out to be an extraordinary success. With a broader brush stroke, it’s the story about a Canadian band that are making good without actually giving a thought to anything more than being the ...
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STAG.. Children of the Revolution

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Part teen idol and part rock star…. Marc Bolan was glam’s answer to Beatlemania. He had the swagger that rock stars only dream about and the presence of a young movie star. His life was unexpectedly cut short due to an auto accident in September of 1977 while driving home from ...
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Dirty Honey… We’re An American Band

Dirty Honey played their first headline concert at the world famous Troubadour in front of a sold out home crowd.. There were fans that drove from afar as Las Vegas and Phoenix to see “their favorite band”. It twas' a mix of lean groovy riffs, heavy bass rhythm’s and awesome v ...
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Goin’ Out West… Plague Vendor Returns to L.A..

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The city of Los Angeles is steeped in a rich punk tradition that dates back to the late 1970s. The films that make up “The Decline of Western Civilization,” by Penelope Spheeris, are among its most compelling visual documents. In the first of the series she tells the story of Hollywood at the en ...
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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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