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The Week Since Prince Died: Glide’s Favorite Artist Tributes To Prince

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Since the untimely passing of  Prince, the world has mourned in the only way it knows possible – dancing, singing and generally celebrating the life of a man who wiggled his way into the lives ...

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PRINCE 1958-2016: 10 Significant Accomplishments of ‘The Purple One’


Another one gone. Another one whose influence exceeded the imagination and forever changed the musical landscape. Like Bowie, Haggard and Frey earlier this year, Prince’s death reminds us that certain artists are capable of making ...

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The Good Luck Thrift Store Outfit- A Personal Retrospective On The Possible Final Throwdown


This is probably the most important piece that, as a music writer, I have yet written.  These are probably the most important images that, as a music photographer, I have yet taken.  This is not ...

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Keith Emerson 1944-2016 – Remembering the Keyboard Giant’s Most Memorable Recordings


The death of legendary keyboard player Keith Emerson adds to the sad tally of legendary icons who have been suddenly and unexpectedly taken from us in rapid succession so early on in this already fateful ...

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I Was There When…The Eagles Began Their Ascent to Mega-Stardom – Lenox Music Inn 8/22/74 & SPAC 8/30/74

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The Eagles’ set-lists from the two shows roughly a week apart during the summer of 1974 didn’t vary terribly much, but the performances did. Moving from the informality of the Lenox Music Inn and then ...

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Old Man Canyon Shares Track-By-Track Commentary of Psychedelic New Album ‘Delirium’

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Vancouver artist Jett Pace is Old Man Canyon, and on his newest album Delirium, which just dropped on January 15th, Pace somehow manages to channel an array of acts that fall within the realm of “psych ...

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This Yankee Survived 10 Days with the Dexateens and the Drive-By Truckers, A Tour Journal

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I hit the road with two of the best rock bands in Alabama, if not America, and journaled the entire experience. I’m involved with members of both bands in a small indie label and also ...

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Glenn Frey 1948-2016 – Remembering the Founder/Driving Force of The Eagles Through Ten Classic Songs


The new year is barely three weeks old and in that short time it’s already claimed the lives of two musicians of immense stature. First it was David Bowie and now Glenn Frey, who, according ...

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David Bowie (1947-2016) – Looking & Watching Back At Bowie’s 13 Tours


With the sudden death of musical legend icon David Bowie last Sunday (1/10/16), we’d be fooling ourselves to say there wasn’t enough coverage of the man of many faces. But if there ever was somebody ...

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David Bowie 69th Birthday/’Blackstar’ * Release Day: 15 Overlooked Bowie Classic Songs To Hear


(editors note- David Bowie passed away at age 69 on 1/10/16 just days following the publication of this list) David Bowie has always epitomized what it means to be a true musical chameleon. Some artists ...

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