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Bill Withers… The Soul Disciple

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The great Bill Withers passed away today in Los Angeles…With the Corona virus withering away of the American soul it was first thought that his passing was due to contamination. He died of heart failure at age 81. He lived most of his life in Los Angeles and his love of music was ...
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Thundermother..Children On The Rampage

Rock music fans have been using the term ‘female-fronted metal' to categorize women bands for decades. Bundling them together in one untidy (totally sexist) "genre" which segregates them from their male peers and labels them as an exception to the rule. Thankfully, the death bell may finally be to ...
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Bad Touch…Strut Their Stuff

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In mid-1965, four like-minded rockers came together to form one of the greatest bands of the era. They called themselves the Small Faces. 'Small', because all members were shorter than average, and 'Face' being a Mod term given to the most highly regarded of the Mods. They shared a love of American ...
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Hillbilly Herald.. Loaded, Cocked and Ready To Rock

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I was listening to Eddie Trunk from Volume 106.. and I hear about this cat livin’ in L.A. named Hillbilly Herald…(real name Jimmy Harald)I pull over and google… the name.. Hillbilly Herald.. and what I found was a singer with cocky rhymes and ...
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King King &”Tons of Sobs”

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British rock band, Free were a bunch of misfit rockers when they made their debut "Tons of Sobs" in 1968; an album that really set the bar for glam metal in its easy onslaught of distorted guitars and lyrics with a wearied attitude. Although Free was never destined ...
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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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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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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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