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1969: The Year Of The Festival

Graham Nash On Groupies, Feuds, Divorce & Ego

Rob Stoner On Bass...And Vocals, Guitar, Arrangements & More

Judy Henske, Folk Singer Known for ‘High Flying Bird,’ Dies @ 85

The Rock Film Almost Famous Is Being Adapted For Broadway


John Lennon & Paul McCartney In Transit

Please Kill Me: 20 Years Later

A Virtuoso From Vidalia

Andy Warhol Tells All From The Grave 

The Tragic Genius Of Skip Spence


The 60 Best Songs Ever Written About New York City

Pop & Rock: The Interwar British Dance Bands

Exiles On Main St. : The Rolling Stones Masterpiece

Derek & The Dominoes: Love, Chaos, Ego & Drug Abuse

Crawdaddy Magazine: What Goes On - The Record Business 1968



50 Years Ago: Peace & Music In Prairieville

The Starship

415 Records & Roky Erickson

New York Rock & The Invention Of Indie Rock

The Music That Made R&B Rebel Swamp Dogg


The Sweetest Sounds: Dirty Honey Are Putting the Roll Back In Rock

Sylvain Sylvain's Rock & Roll Stories

The Curmudgeon: Paul Williams & The Birth Of Rock Criticism

The 20 Best Punk Movies

Stevie Wonder & His Dream Machines


Freelance Vandals on Shock Theatre (1979)

The Freelance Vandals, a rockin' band from New York, played on Shock Theatre in 1979. The late night horror movie TV show in Dayton, Ohio was hosted by Dr. Creep (Barry Hobart). The Vandals played at the "famous Les Fern dance studio," run by discotite Les Fern (tm), John Higgins. Everybody, boo-gee!

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