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Buddy Miles… Them Changes

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Buddy Miles, who co-founded and was most noted for  playing drums in Band of Gypsys with Jimi Hendrix. He passed in February 29th, 2008 in Austin, TX.. and was only 60 years old . The cause of death was heart failure…   Miles took part in the psychedelic rock movement of the 196 ...
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Gasoline Outlaws…”Light Up The World”

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In the last couple of years rock and roll has fallen out of the mainstream and has become a lesser known genre. Hip hop/rap and pop music have taken over the music charts with new albums debuting at number one almost every week. Today's 'stars' are nothing more than video created characters that rel ...
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Sly & The Family Stone… 50 Years of “Stand”

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There was nothing like Sly and the Family Stone – not then, and not now. Perhaps when Prince had his last breath of life he was humming the lyrics to the song, “Stand”. At their late-'60s best, this expectation-confounding group boasted the rhythmic ferocity o ...
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Born To Boogie.. Kim Simmonds & Savoy Brown

During the thick of the late 60s British blues boom there was the band Savoy Brown, which was headed by guitarist extraordinaire, Kim Simmonds…After 60 band changes and 47 albums later… they still have the “piss and vinegar to bring boogie to the masse ...
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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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Plague Vendor-Straight Outta Whittier

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Fear is the foundation of every government’s power. Whether its composed of a warfare state or a welfare state, a government without fear would not last more than one day. When you make peace with authority you’ve sold out! Music has always been the beacon of hope. The progeny of politics and mu ...
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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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Death By Suicide… “Fire Starter..” Keith Flint of Prodigy

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Keith Flint, vocalist with the Prodigy, has died at the age of 49. He was found at his home in Essex, England on Monday morning. Sadly, he was pronounced dead at the scene. His next of kin have been informed of the tragedy. The death is not being treated as suspicious and a file wil ...
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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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Metaladies… Girlschool. ….Lita Ford… Glam Skanks

All girl heavy metal band Girlschool, was  founded in 1978 and very soon were pigeonholed as part of the "new wave of British heavy metal"; alongside male groups as Saxon, Iron Maiden and Def Leppard.  Unfortunately, they we're too heavy to be new wave and too punk to be heavy me ...
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