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GUEST BLOG: GETTING WASTED TO LED ZEPPELIN by Kenton Kilgore

Originally posted on September 16, 2017 by Kenton Kilgore

http://kentonkilgore.com/blog/2017/09/16/led-zep/

The latest in a series about influences from Kenton’s earlier days:

Many–probably most–writers listen to music as they work, but for me, it’s more than background noise. 1,018 more words

Pop Culture

Video Fridays: Saturation Point Edition

Hiding Your Head In The Sand

It’s a saying that always has a negative connotation.

Literally speaking, there is some logic to that assessment. After all, when your head is in the sand your butt is in the air, highly vulnerable, and you are unable to see any threats coming your way.

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Fish & Bicycles

Fats Domino. 1928-2017

Another great artist just left us. Antoine “Fats Domino”. One will hear or read adjectives such as “iconic”, “legendary”, what have you. I actually thought he was much older or already dead or both. 319 more words

Martin-onraet

Rock & Roll Rampage #262 Halloween

#262 ‘Rockin at the graveyard!!’

1.John Zacherle-Halloween Hootenanny-1960

2.Kenny & The Fiends-House On Haunted Hill Pt. 1-1996

3.Virgil Holmes -Ghost Train-1961

4.Lee Denson-Devil Doll-1958

5.Jackie Morningstar-Rockin’ In The Graveyard-1959… 177 more words

Rock & Roll Rampage

Fats Domino – a tribute

Fats Domino has died at the age of 89. He was one of the last of the stars of the Rock ‘n’ Roll era. He was an unlikely star at that and never fitted the image of a raving Rock Star. 603 more words

Zeitgeist

Remembering the legacy of rock icon Tom Petty

Chris Baggs
thebuffaloreview@gmail.com

(Buffalo, N.Y.) – Rock legend Tom Petty, 66, died Oct. 2 after going into cardiac arrest at his home in Southern California, although the exact cause of death is still unknown. 373 more words

Entertainment

Antoine Fats Domino

You have to just stop and raise your hands to the sky and wonder what’s going on? A few weeks ago we lost Tom Petty and now it’s personal, someone from home. 231 more words