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I remember where I was when I found out about Kurt Cobain’s death. Like the passing of anyone, it was something that seemed to come out of the blue, although in his case it probably wasn’t as surprising as the death of John Lennon – which I heard about, surrounded by my family, on the news after we’d returned from a day out somewhere – or as stunning as when I heard about the death of Michael Hutchence at a barbecue with some friends, but it was a shock all the same. 730 more words


What If They Were Still Alive Night in Nashville

NASHVILLE SCENE / MARCH 6—MARCH 11 / nashvillescene.com


3RD & LINDSLEY: 818 3rd Ave., 259-9891. Ian Dury & the Blockheads, 9 p.m., $25… 347 more words

Mike's Music Lists

Top Ten Deadliest Live Performances

Jimi Hendrix’s infamous Stratocaster bonfire certainly could have killed someone. Where does he rank among the deadliest concert performances by dead rock stars?

These videos and their performers are all famous- or infamous- for their own special reasons. 975 more words


"You Know They Got A Hell Of A Band" story review

Hey blog world! 2 weeks ago on Wikipidia I came across this article by accident http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/You_Know_They_Got_a_Hell_of_a_Band#Around_town. It sounded like an interesting short story to read so knowing that Mom is a HUGE fan of Stephen King I asked her to look on her bookshelf to see if she can find “Nightmares and Dreamscapes” the book that this short story is in. 183 more words

An open letter from Elvis Presley to the people of Earth


Friends, I’ll admit that I had to look it up. Turns out that old Elvis might have come across one of these at Disneyland in between waffle sandwiches and root beer cones, but, heck, I’m not sure. 1,869 more words


Ministry - Relapse

The Texan industrial metallers return with a storming album taking on both society and more personal issues.

I will admit to being slightly concerned when I heard the news that… 461 more words