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How Will The Miami Dolphins Do In 2016?

Once again I would like to thank Carl D’Agostino for agreeing to be a guest blogger here on RupturedACL.

In the most recent assessment, Anthony Rome(The SPREAD.COM, 7/21/16) predicts 6 or 7 win season  for the Dolphins. 280 more words

NFL

Order NOW!: Matt Stevens

I just wanted to say a big thank you to everyone who pre-ordered the new album, I really appreciate it. It’s down to less than 100 of the limited editions now at: 116 more words

Progressive Rock

New Matt Stevens

Matt sent this out to his list earlier today.  Great stuff!

My live and rarities anthology solo album Archive is now available to pre-order from Bad Elephant Music on limited edition CD and Download.

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Progressive Rock

News One Now: Jason Johnson and Roland Martin Discuss Freddie Gray, Dietrich High School, Obamacare and Bill O'Reilly

On News One Now with Roland Martin, The Root Politics Editor Jason Johnson discussed the issues of the day with former federal prosecutor Laura Coates, Joia Jefferson Nuri of In the Public Eye Communications, and Matt Stevens, host of Politics and Prune Juice. 53 more words

Politics

Progarchy Radio Episode 2

https://progarchy.files.wordpress.com/2016/03/progarchy-radio-2.m4a

Getting far more comfortable with this, though I still have a relatively steep learning curve.  A huge thanks to my somewhat co-host, Veronica Rose Birzer (age 4). 29 more words

Progressive Rock

Let's Start A Cult! An interview with The Fierce And The Dead

Since their formation in 2010, The Fierce And The Dead have been shifting shape and evolving their sound on the regular, pushing boundaries and facing off different challenges with each new release. 907 more words

Birthday Cake For Breakfast

Live Review: Jon Gomm, The Jazz Cafe, 21st October 2015


Image from Jon Gomm, “What’s Left For You?”, filmed by Owen Plummer and Danielle Millea

“Last night I watched a man nearly kill a guitar, and a guitar nearly kill a man.” Sadly not the words of this scribe, as they are so eloquent and accurate, but the words of a good and close friend who was also in the audience to witness the compelling emotional candour of two of the UK’s foremost guitarists playing at Camden’s renowned venue, The Jazz Cafe, last week. 710 more words

Review