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Crosby: Talent, Not Politics, Behind Nugent’s Rock Hall Snub – Video Report

Whether you love him or hate ’em Nugent kinda walked right into that one. The Motor City Madman told New York, radio station, “Jann Wenner, the founder of Rolling Stone and the Boss Hog at the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, he hates freedom. He hates the Second Amendment. he hates me because I’m the board of directors, quite proudly … of the National Rifle Association.,” Nugent weighed in. “I’m on the board of directors of the NRA, Jann Wenner hates the Second Amendment, so that’s the only reason I’m not in the Rock and Roll Hall of...

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Jethro Tull Set To Celebrate 50 Years Will There Be Reunions? We Look Back

So far all the dates are in April and in the UK and don’t expect any reunions with past Tull members however including longtime guitarist Martin Barre who was with the band the longest, after leader and singer Ian Anderson, from 1968 – 2014. That’s a long residency for any member of a band and it certainly leaves some fans saying on Facebook, “I won’t see them with Barre.” His guitar playing was certainly a huge part of the band’s sound but so was Anderson’s voice and flute. Anderson said, “I am not usually a birthday or anniversary kind...

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Eagles Announce ‘An Evening With’ Fall Tour – Will You Go?

The band is being very cautious here. They have heard from the fans and trust me they will certainly heard the, “It’s not the eagles without Glenn Frey” complaints to not without Don Felder, Bernie Leadon or Randy Meisner. The new line up with Deacon Frey, Glenn’s son and Vince Gill showcased the Classic East and Wests shows in New York, L.A. And Seattle along with Don Henley, Timothy B Schmit and Joe Walsh who was inducted into the Colorado Music Hall of Fame over the weekend with drummer Joe Vitale and bassist Kenny Passarelli world-renowned studio Caribou Ranch,...

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Peter Frampton Still Thanking San Francisco For “Comes Alive” But Doesn’t Miss The Hair

There’s a great Frampton interview by Jim Harrington in Mercury where they talk about that famous San Francisco concerts in June 1975. Even though “Frampton Comes Alive” was recorded in three spots, San Rafael, New York and the Winterland Ballroom in San Francisco it was the latter that left a true imprint on not only the singer but his fans. “Frampton Comes Alive” was his fifth album after four great but largely unknown studio albums. It changed everything becoming the biggest release of 1976 in the U.S. Frampton says he owes much to San Francisco, he says, “I...

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The Legendary Le Studio Has Been Destroyed by Fire

I remember in the 80’s when some people called it “Rush’s Recording studio since they recorded some of their most iconic music there. This morning a fire destroyed the building located in Quebec’s Laurentian Mountains, about 90 kilometers northwest of Montreal. Authorities say the fire was suspicious suggesting that it may have been set purposely. Firefighters also confirmed that the building was a total loss. Le Studio was built by legendary recording engineer and producer André Perry over 43 years ago. He told CityNews today “I did my mourning a long time ago because it’s been a really, really...

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