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Sinead Has Always Been Her Own Boss

Sinead Occonor

Once, on the biggest stage of her young life in front of a national TV audience in the millions,  she ripped up a photo of the Pope and threw it at the camera.  She was not happy with the Catholic

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A Salute To Jah Weez

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If you did something every Wednesday of every week for a year, you would have done that thing 52 times.  Sticking to the project, after five years your total would be 260.  That’s every Wednesday, no time off for holidays

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Album of the Year?

Israel Nash

Are you waiting for Neil Young to release another classic Neil Young record?  An album full of messages, political angst and singing guitars?  Disappointed with the guy who quite frankly just released an album that was unlistenable all the while

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Robin Williams-The Music Of Laughter

Robin Williams

He was in our laugh consciousness since 1977 with his first “Happy Days” appearance. The plot of the show was as farfetched as Fonzie jumping sharks, yet Robin Williams made it seemed natural and hilarious.  Then he became an alienatic

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Talk About The Passion- Lollapalooza Review

Lollapolooza

Ten years of Lollapalooza at Chicago’s Grant Park and all that’s left is the passion.  Sure there was a bit of nostalgia on Chicago’s front yard as 300,000 revelers enjoyed nearly 140 bands including Palooza alumnus like Kings Of Leon

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Tom Petty’s Top Five Best Songs

Tom Petty

This week we are expecting a new album from the always-trustworthy Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers (the world’s most underrated support band).  Incessant tours, brilliant consistency and multi-generational appeal have been the hallmarks of Tom Petty and we expect “Hypnotic

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Peter Rowan Rolls With It

Peter Rowan

Peter Rowan learned from the best and then taught the rest.   Raised under the tutelage of the father of Bluegrass Bill Monroe, Rowan has remained a stabilizing force on the bluegrass scene.  He has been willing to embrace the

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Tommy- The Last of the Ramones Passes At 65

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All the Ramones are dead but The Ramones will never die.  Drummer Tom Erdelyi a/k/a Tommy Ramone died at the age of 65 from Bile-Duct cancer. “Now I Want To Sniff Some Glue.”   The seminal band of misfits who

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Goin’ Mobile With Speakers

Speakers

At the recent Go Pro Mountain Games, I came a cross a wide variety of cool items for outdoor activities. There were handy knives from Gerber, some tasty treats for your puppy from Eukanuba and plenty of energy drinks in

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Radio, Pandora or Spotify?

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Sitting around a campfire recently, a young man asked me what I thought about the new music services, Pandora and Spotify, and what kind of impact they were having on radio.   Well as someone truly invested in many ways

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