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Jackson Browne at 70 – Looking Back at Ten Of The Songsmith’s Should Have Been Hit Songs

For an artist as prolific as Jackson Browne, a man who made such an indelible imprint on modern music and who practically defines that revered genre referred to as the singer/songwriter, it’s somewhat strange to ...

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Seattle Dream Pop Trio Trio Tomten Share Track-By-Track Story of New Album ‘Viva Draconia’

Tomten is a trio from Seattle, Washington. Often described as baroque or dream pop for their prominent use of organ, electric piano and analog synthesizers, they share a wide influence from early power-pop to electric ...

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Looking Back At The 21 Year Anniversary of Michael Hutchence’s Last Show With INXS

Prior to INXS’ Sept. 27, 1997 show, there was no way for their fans to know it would end up being their last with frontman Michael Hutchence. But in retrospect, the warning signs had been there for ...

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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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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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SPINN- Indie Dream Pop Newcomers From Liverpool Got Something To Play

One of the most intriguing ways to discover music is to listen to new up-and-coming artists/bands similar to bands you already enjoy. After venturing off into similar artists on Spotify to The Smiths, couldn’t help ...

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‘Aretha Live at Fillmore West’- Revisiting The Queen of Soul’s Iconic Live LP

In 1971, Aretha Franklin scored another major career first, affirming her crossover credibility by becoming the first R&B artist to headline a date at the fabled venue that was ground zero for all that encompassed ...

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Looking Back at Tom Waits’ Asylum Years: ‘Closing Time,’ ‘The Heart of Saturday Night’, ‘Nighthawks at the Diner,’ ‘Small Change,’ ‘Foreign Affairs,’ ‘Blue Valentine, ‘Heart Attack & Vine’

Tom Waits’ first seven albums, originally released by Asylum Records through the 1970s, have been remastered and reissued on CD, vinyl, and digital this year. Here, we take a closer look at the first phase ...

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Leslie Tom, Charlie Overbey, the Mallett Brothers and More Share Their Favorite 4th of July Songs

There are hardly any good things to say about the state of America these days, but even though it feels like the country is going to shit, you might as well fire up the grill ...

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