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Retro Show Review: Springsteen in Kilkenny, Ireland: July 28th 2013

The older you get, the more it means”

While the twilight years of Bruce Springsteen’s career are presumably in motion, the words above that he spoke before a perfect acoustic performance of “This Hard Land” ring more and more true as each day passes. 875 more words

A People’s Perspective On The Longevity Of Classic Rock In Philadelphia

Classic Rock is a music genre that ranges from the early 1960s into the late 1980s. Some notable Class Rock artists include Fleetwood Mac, Elton John, The Beatles, Bon Jovi, Heart, Queen, Led Zeppelin, Billy Joel and Bruce Springsteen. 1,006 more words

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New from the Springsteen archive: Boston, November 19th, 2007

Bruce Springsteen’s reputation as a live performer is, amongst several other factors, based around the famous marathon shows he and his E Street Band play on a nightly basis. 516 more words

Live Music is the Best Music

Welcome back, friends! Let’s talk about concerts. If you love concerts as much as I do (more specifically, classic rock concerts), you will surely relate to this post. 305 more words

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Rank the Rekkids: The Ghost of Tom Joad

In college, I came up with this sorta-BS distinction to explain some of my musical tastes: There was stuff I liked, and stuff I respected, and stuff that got both, and stuff that got neither. 313 more words

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"Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle," "Pitch Perfect 3," More Fun at Home and Our Top One Hundred Bands of All Time (10-1)

This week we watched a few new movies, first up being “Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle” starring Dwayne Johnson (“The Scorpion King”), Kevin Hart (“Ride Along”), Karen Gillan (“Guardians of the Galaxy”) and Jack Black (“School of Rock”) and directed by Jake Kasdan (“Bad Teacher”). 1,872 more words

Nevermind isn't #1. Let the Complaining Begin: The Top 50 Albums of the 90's

Introduction:  So these are my top albums of the 90’s.  Once again, these are studio albums only, so no live albums and no compilations of greatest hits, though both of those will be discussed here in this introduction. 13,663 more words

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