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Tales From The Golden Road: Sell-outs, Sheep And Stamppot For The Reverend Shawn Amos (Part II)

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Plenty of people go to see bands when they come through their town, but most people don’t think about everything that it takes to get those bands to their favorite club. Being on tour for ...

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GOV’T MULE: RANKING THE LIVE RECORDS FROM STRONGEST ON DOWN…

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Last week we counted down Gov’t Mule’s studio LPs from strongest on down and this week we do the same with their live LPs. As one of the most courageous and enduring live acts of ...

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11 Iconic Guitarist Halloween Costume Ideas With Necessities Included (LIST)

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With Halloween less than a week away and the long weekend of parties starting in days, most of us are probably still scrambling for the answer to that seasonal question – “what are you going ...

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Tales From The Golden Road: The Reverend Shawn Amos Embarks For Europe (PT. 1)

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Plenty of people go to see bands when they come through their town, but most people don’t think about everything that it takes to get those bands to their favorite club. Being on tour for ...

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Gov’t Mule From The Studio: Ranking The Records From Strongest on Down…..

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Gov’t Mule have always been too experienced and too professional to record anything less than a listenable album or perform anything less than a very interesting show. But bands are like all of us, with ...

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Jared & The Mill Share Track-By-Track Stories of New EP ‘Orme Dugas’

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Just over a month ago, Phoenix Americana outfit Jared & The Mill releaseded their new EP Orme Dugas. The album is named after an exit near the band’s hometown and encompasses the beauty and peaceful setting a ...

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Looking Back At Johnny Winter and ‘I’m a Bluesman’ Reissue

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One of the important comeback albums in blues-rock this century has just been reissued in the UK by a label devoted to his catalogue. Johnny Winter’s I’m A Bluesman (Talking Elephant Records TECD334), first released ...

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Go For ALL! Punk Rock Is Alive and Well From Coast To Coast: Descendents VS The Bouncing Souls

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July 29th, 2016 should’ve been a national holiday for punk rock in literal form. Both coasts represented ostentatiously by the legends of the sport, left and right, East and West. The almighty Descendents representing spritely ...

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Intruder In The Dirt: Warren Zevon’s Legacy Of Eccentricity & The Case For Warren In The Rock Roll Hall of Fame

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“I like to have a good time, and I don’t care who gets hurt.”—“Mr. Bad Example,” 1991 If you mention the name Warren Zevon to someone, they usually give you a look that indicates that ...

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I Was There When: Santana Set Tanglewood on Fire – Lenox, MA 8/18/70

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In the three years the late great rock impresario Bill Graham presented concerts at Tanglewood in Lenox, Massachusetts, he provided more of a service than just filling up a couple open nights of the week ...

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