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Much More Than Just Music in Chrissie Hynde's Memoir, Reckless

I think of Chrissie Hynde’s stunning “My City Was Gone” just about everyday as I stalk the streets of San Francisco, searching for meaning and life in a place I used to and sometimes still do call home. 103 more words

Arts And Culture

Show Review: Grace Potter At Syracuse's Landmark Theater

Photos by Chris Besaw

Review by Kelly Besaw

Landmark Theater, Syracuse, NY- This is my third time seeing Grace Potter perform and I am still in awe. 364 more words

Show Reviews

Dirty Ghosts "NO REFUNDS Fall 2K15" Tour Blog reinstatement: Day 1 - Denver, Colorado.

Doth thy know wherest said band name “Dirty Ghosts” origines from? Well if you didn’t catch the answer to the same $45 (CDN) question on last night’s Canadian Jeopardy, the answer (not in question form, CRTC laws) is a Norm MacDonald joke! 483 more words

Just Like Me.

I got to see L7 about a week ago in San Francisco and was reminded of my attraction to unusual style from a very early age.   1,061 more words


Interview with Suzi Q

You might know her as Leather Tuscadero from the hit show “Happy Days” or as the girl who sang the duet “Stumblin’ In” with Chris Norman, which hit the Billboard charts in 1979. 1,920 more words

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NEWS: HEART'S Ann Wilson Announces Solo EP, Adds Tour Dates

Ann Wilson‘s recently announced solo tour is adding dates — and it’ll support an EP of new music from the Heart singer, too.
Wilson’s solo band, which she’s called the Ann Wilson Thing, now has its own Facebook page, where she’s been posting updates about the project. 231 more words



Tina Turner was born Anna Mae Bullock on November 26, 1939, in Nutbush, Tennessee. Her parents, Floyd and Zelma Bullock, were poor sharecroppers, who, early in her life, split up and left Turner and her sister to be raised by their grandmother. 870 more words

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