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Upcoming Release: "The Best of Michael Monroe" to be Released via Spinefarm Records on June 30th!

In the leather-bound history of heartfelt rock ‘n’ roll, not only will Michael Monroe have at least one chapter all to himself. But his name will be colourfully threaded throughout, such has been his impact, his appeal, and his ongoing never-surrender story; a powerful, inspirational tale told in detail on  567 more words

Music News

Dealing in Domesticity: The Importance of ‘Small’ Jobs

“I always have to take a deep breath of it as I go by. Don’t you smell it too, a fragrance given off by the odor of floor polish and a faint whiff of turpentine together with the mahogany and the washed leaves of the plants—the very essence of bourgeois cleanliness, of neatness and meticulousness, of duty and devotion shown in little things. 802 more words

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"Born To Be Wild - Steppenwolf"

“Born to Be Wild” is a song first performed by the band Steppenwolf, written by Mars Bonfire. The song is often invoked in both popular and counter culture to denote a biker appearance or attitude. 237 more words

1970s

"Steppenwolf - Magic Carpet Ride"

Steppenwolf is a Canadian-American rock group that was prominent from 1968 to 1972. The group was formed in late 1961 in Toronto by vocalist John Kay, keyboardist Goldy McJohn and drummer Jerry Edmonton. 121 more words

1970s

Today In Music History: 05/04/17

May the 4th be with you, let’s get to the birthdays first.

Happy Birthdays’ going out to Lance Bass from NSYNC, Mike Dirnt from Green Day, Country singer Randy Travis, and Motley Crue guitar player Mick Mars. 224 more words

Features

Martha Lavey, Major Steppenwolf Theatre Figure, Passes Away At 60

(CBS) — Martha Lavey, who was Steppenwolf Theatre’s artistic director for almost 20 years, has died after suffering another stroke — her second in two years. 201 more words

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Monster ~ April 22, 2017

Mmm…you might want to read the lyrics of this song by Steppenwolf from my youth. After you do, you will wonder, like I do, about how nothing ever really seems to change. 35 more words