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2018 Farewell Tours: Catch Em While You Can: Ozzy, Slayer, Skynyrd, Simon, Baez, Kenny, Elton, The Who

When a heritage artist announces his or her retirement from the road, it marks a passage, a transition, the end of an era, the likelihood there will never be an opportunity to witness that legend ...

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I Was There When: The J. Geils Band Drove the Crowd Wild at the Springfield (MA) Civic Center 4/6/1976

Imagine the utterly startling sensation of receiving a live album by a favorite band just weeks after seeing said group in concert, then finding out it is an almost track-by-track replication of what was so ...

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90th Academy Awards/Oscars: Office Pools Skyrocket

Office pools have become an enjoyable way to break the monotony of the work day. Every year, offices across the country (or even around the world) engage in a friendly competition, allowing employees to make ...

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Metal Casino Has Posted Its First Ozzy Osbourne Video and It Is Everything

Last week Metal Casino released their first video of Ozzy Osbourne. Created as a five-part series Ozzy will appear in exclusive Metal Casino videos. In these videos, he will talk about life as a metal ...

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John Perry Barlow 1947-2018 – The Lyricist’s Top Ten Grateful Dead Contributions

John Perry Barlow, (who passed away 2/6/18) was many things besides Bob Weir’s lyricist for the Grateful Dead – a free speech champion and the builder of the influential Electronic Frontier Foundation. Making a top ...

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‘Star Wars:The Last Jedi’ Influences Big Bets & Big Money

Whatever else Star Wars means—culturally, personally, cinematically—it also means money. Big money. The phenomenon of Star Wars leads to the kind of rabid fanaticism that translates into piles of money at the box office. Even ...

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A Shadow Of Jaguar Share Track-By-Track Commentary of Explosive Rock and Roll Debut ‘RAW’

New York City-based gritty rock and rollers A Shadow Of Jaguar dropped their debut LP, RAW, back in October. The duo is made up of Brian Hubbert (lead vocals, slide guitar, bass) and Andrew Oakley (drums, ...

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I Was There When: Rockpile Stole Thunder from Van Morrison @ UVM, Burlington, VT 10/14/78

Memories of Rockpile creating a minor windstorm at UVM’s  Patrick Gymnasium certainly validate a documented history in which Van Morrison ultimately became  tired of following  these rock and roll purists on stage: the Belfast Cowboy ...

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An Extensive Examination Of Björk’s 10th Album ‘Utopia’

Björk’s albums have always exhibited a curious mix of sounds and styles. A single record could include explosive beats alongside gentle harps, guttural moans and shrieks buried among breathy coos; demonic choirs, atonal strings, and ...

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The Glide 20: Glide’s Best Albums of 2017 & Honorable Mentions

2017 once again served as a telling point in music where you had to stretch to certain realms (Americana, folk and funk) to really dig out the best. Once again Glide staff writers narrowed down the ...

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