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"Cease to Exist" (Charles Manson 'music motive'/The Beach Boys association (2008. Documentary)

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“Cease To Exist” (2008. Documentary) explores the music motive to the Manson murders and uncovers Charles Manson’s relationship with Beach Boys’ drummer Dennis Wilson and record producer Terry Melcher. 41 more words

SIGIHT (Song I'm Glad I Heard Today): Gene Clark "Strength of Strings"

One of the great tragedies of rock and roll was that founding Byrds singer/songwriter Gene Clark never sold any records outside of his all-too-brief membership in one of America’s pioneering rock bands. 396 more words

DECEMBER 31: Introducing the Beach Boys

ABOVE:¬†The Beach Boys during an early¬†recording session. Brian Wilson, the group’s leader, is the middle.

ON THIS DATE in 1961, the Beach Boys played their first paying gig at the Long Beach Municipal Stadium, earning $300. 161 more words

Classic Rock Almanac December 28, 2014

ANNIVERSARIES

2000-Styx guitarist Tommy Shaw marries his second wife, Jeanne Mason.

1992-Paul Simon and Edie Brickell have a son, Adrian Edward.

1983-Beach Boy Dennis Wilson dies while swimming off his boat in Marina Del Rey, California. 262 more words

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The Monkees' Mickey Dolenz Clears Up The Urban Legend Behind The Band's Relationship With Charles Manson

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