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I Was There When: Chicago Drives Home Transcendent Musical Experience at Tanglewood 7/21/70

The stories behind Chicago’s vaunted appearance at Tanglewood is almost (but not quite) as fascinating as the performance itself. The original headliner for this date of the late Bill Graham’s Fillmore At Tanglewood in Lenox, ...

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Tame Impala, My Bloody Valentine, Mercury Rev, King Gizzard and the Lizard Wizard Lead Rock Oriented Desert Daze Festival (PREVIEW)

The 2018 Desert Daze Festival takes place October 12-14 at the lush Moreno Beach in  Lake Perris. CA- a different, yet fitting location for what is sure to be one of the year’s strongest and ...

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Composer/Steel Pannist Jonathan Scales Talks New Fourchestra Album ‘PILLAR’ & Being A Self Professed Music Nerd(INTERVIEW)

On PILLAR composer and steel pannist Jonathan Scales mines his emotional landscape to create eight songs that are as honest and evocative as they are intricate and complex. With his band, the Jonathan Scales Fourchestra ...

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Vintage Stash: Buffalo Springfield: What’s That Sound – Complete Albums Collection (ALBUM REVIEWS)

The story of Buffalo Springfield is one of chance, destiny and, ultimately, unfulfilled promise. But there’s no denying this quintet also suffered from an embarrassment of riches like few rock and roll bands of its ...

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80’s Hitmaker Paul Young Has Come Back To Stay With Timeless Voice (INTERVIEW)

In the 1980’s, you didn’t get much hotter than Paul Young. His songs were pop hits that oozed with his smooth vocals and R&B-grooving melodies. His first solo album, 1983’s No Parlez, brought him success ...

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Rest In Peace Burt Reynolds: Five Legendary Performances From Hollywood’s King of Suave

We look back on the legendary career of the incomparable Burt Reynolds.

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KAABOO Del Mar Returns For Three Day Mix-Perience Featuring Foo Fighters, Robert Plant, Alice in Chains, Blondie & More (PREVIEW)

KAABOO Del Mar is a three-day “mix-perience” providing the perfect weekend escape in sunny Southern California. This fully immersive festival experience, now in their fourth year, works hard to separate itself from the typical inconveniences ...

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6 Must-See Acts at Waterloo Music Festival (FESTIVAL PREVIEW)

When the inaugural Waterloo Music Festival was announced this year at Carson Creek Ranch next weekend (September 7-9), we scratched our heads a bit trying to figure out where this enterprise was coming from. The ...

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Young Gun Silver Fox Create Best Yacht Rock Album Of Last 35 Years With ‘AM Waves’ (INTERVIEW)

Andy Platts and Shawn Lee of Young Gun Silver Fox shouldn’t dismiss the term yacht rock when describing their new album AM Waves and its brand of of 70’s SoCal-infused pop rock that recalls Ambrosia, ...

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YES Featuring ARW (Anderson, Rabin, Wakeman): U.S. 2018 50th Anniversary Tour Kick Off Preview & Five Rabin Era Songs To Unretire

It was 50 years ago this month that YES played their first ever gig in Essex, England. After all of this time, spanning twenty one studio albums, nearly as many lineup changes and interpersonal as ...

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