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Rolling Stone's 500 Greatest Songs: 210-191

210. “Bye Bye Love” – The Everly Brothers
This is another Everly Brothers song that I spent a lot of time listening to when I was four with my step-grandma, but unlike “Wake up, Little Suzie” this one is not historically interesting, nor was it badass and controversial in its day. 1,112 more words

The Soundtrack Online

On The Radio: "Simple Man"

The Pop Culture Experiment Radio Show appears on BostonFreeRadio.com every Saturday morning at 10 a.m. Eastern. The show is based on the Cover Songs Uncovered… 181 more words


Freestyle Friday: Will to Power

This is the 14th post in a biweekly series. Read about the series — and just what we mean by “freestyle music” — here. Freestyle Fridays post on the first and third Fridays of each month. 463 more words


The Gospel According to Abraham

Every night on tour, as Lynyrd Skynyrd soak up the cheers from their legions of adoring fans, spare a thought for the unsung heroes that make it all happen, out of the spotlight, behind the scenes – the band’s road crew. 1,302 more words


Jules's Jukebox: The Kingsman Songs

Kingsman: The Secret Service tickled my imagination and funny bone with its quirkiness, absurdity, and Arthurian references coupled with an amazing soundtrack–not to mention Samuel L. 55 more words

That time I asked Dickey Betts what song Duane Allman and the Skynyrd boys might be playing in heaven

By Steve Newton

If you think I got into journalism at the age of 23–first at my hometown’s Chilliwack Progress and then, for the last 34 years, at Vancouver’s… 136 more words

Guitar Heroes

Top Ten Bands A-Z: L

The journey continues to find the top ten bands/artists in the alphabet. L is here and unlike the past few letters this one should be less difficult to complete. 26 more words