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Mitch Mitchell… Manic Depression

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One of rock’s true greats, Mitch Mitchell's drumming was a key element in the sound of the Jimi Hendrix Experience.. Hendrix’s guitar pyrotechnics caused an immediate sensation among the British rock elite the audience at one early gig included John Lennon, Eric Clapton, Pete To ...
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Kate Clover–Channel Zero

Kate Clover is so freaking cool! Nothing seems rushed about her or her music. It just lingers along and stays in your head all day… A good thing. Clover shares her love of punk rock without becoming bogged down with details and being too stereotypical. Remember, punk is always dar ...
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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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Mac Miller..Gone But Never Forgotten..”Clouds”

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In 2018 rap artist Mac Miller, whose real name is Malcolm James McCormick..  died of an accidental drug overdose. It was a bizarre set of events… when the paramedics arrived Miller had been dead for hours… and the entire house was made clean so that when L.A. p ...
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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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The Dave Clark Five vs. The Beatles

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The Dave Clark Five appeared on the Ed Sullivan Show 18 times, which played to  over 70 of million households each week and knocked The Beatles, ‘I Want to Hold Your Hand’ from the top spot of #1 on the American music charts! So why are they often referred to a ...
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Neil Peart…. Ghost Rider..YYZ(Zed)

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Rock drummer impresario, Neil Peart passed away at age 67 in Santa Monica, CA. due to an incurable brain tumor that was detected 3 and half years ago. Rush had retired after an unimaginable 40 years selling over 40 million albums…Reputation and legacy had provided ...
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FONTAINES D.C…. Boys In A Better Land

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Irish post-punk rock band, FONTAINES D.C. can turn air into cottage cheese. They aren’t breaking much new ground but the ground they are displacing is pretty fuckin’ good! Their album, "Dogrel" was released earlier this year… and to be honest we didn’t see i ...
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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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Midnight Divide… “Say You Believe”

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Any rock and roll band that can cover an emotional spectrum ranging from gruff cries all the way to handclaps must have a lot to offer. ... Step aside Los Angeles, their name is Midnight Divide. They are in store for a great trajectory with the release of their new E.P., “ ...
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