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Heavyball – Surfin’ In Skegness

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"Pulp ska-surf "music has now  found itself a niche to hang it's coat on. From Nottingham England beginning  in 2011 a brilliant band simply calling themselves Heavyball have actually created this simple new genre that you'd expect to have been born in Southern California.  From ...
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Royston Vasie and The League of Gentlemen

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The Aussie band Royston Vasie  derived their name  from a town or perhaps a village known as  Royston Vasey  from a dark comedic British T.V. show“ League of Gentleman”  whose Mayor is played by the controversial English comedian  Roy Cubby Brown acting as it’ ...
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The Electric Prunes WaS vs. Is

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Los Angeles in 1966 was the epicenter of everything regarding pop culture. The scene was festooned with peace and love while Hollywood’s glitz was its show piece.  Bands would play and regardless of their genre audiences were receptive.  One such band that epitomized the Psychedelia movement wer ...
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The Walking Who’s Walkabout

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Sometimes when you are late to the party you end up having the greatest times. As cliché as it may sound music is timeless and so be the case with Australian trail blazers.. The Walking Who. This beckoning and promising trio based in Sydney first attracted attention with their Read more →

Them Summertime Blues with Eddie Cochran

Eddie Cochran, the man behind the immortal hits "Summertime Blues" and "C'mon Everybody," was killed on April 17th 1960 when the taxi carrying him, his fiance'e Sheron Shelly and fellow rocker Gene Vincent  from a show in Bristol, England. The car crashed while driving to the a ...
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Wishbone Ash

Wishbone Ash Forges On to Its Victory Lap

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You have to commend a band that has forged ahead by sharing their music for over 40 years. During the early 70’s Britain was the world’s epicenter and focal of the rock movement. The scene was made up of bands ranging from Rory Gallagher, Deep Purple, Fleetwood Mac and Mott the Hoople .. but a b ...
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Cities on Flame With Rock and Roll

Categories: Articles, Concerts, Music
Sometimes you have to drive a long distance to find your muse. Our muse at Rock Bands of L.A. com is Rock and Roll and we aren’t afraid to admit it. Great rock shows seems to be overlooked because of the nature of the beast.Buckcherry are America’s Rock and Roll OutlawsLast week’s stunning bil ...
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Inside- InsideOut Music

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Over the last few decades many full service record labels have been consolidating their operations. Some have merged with sibling companies by cutting staff, artists and marketing in order to show ownership and stock holders that they are making money. It’s here where middle management jobs had be ...
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UFO HITTING ROCK BOTTOM

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When rock n’ roll of the seventies was caught in between corporate rock and mellow rock there emerged out of England the glorious band UFO. They were a transitional group between hard rock, glam and the New Wave of British of Heavy Metal. Lead by singer Phil Mogg their first album on the Chrysalis ...
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Wayne Kramer

Wayne Kramer- Revolution of the Modular Mind

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Our interview with Wayne Kramer was broken into two parts: one being the music and the other was politics. When asked where the revolution of the 21st century is, he said in a subtle voice, “apathy, ambivalence, cynicism and ignorance”. His demeanor was concise and succinct without any sort of p ...
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