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  • Doug Clark: Record collector preserves best of his generation

    With apologies to Huey Lewis, the heart of rock ’n’ roll is not the beat. Not around here, anyway.

  • Gene Simmons, Paul Stanley continue to rock and roll all night

    Kiss may be one of the best-known bands in rock, but it hasn’t exactly been the most consistent. Over the past 36 years, Gene Simmons and company have released 37 …

  • Coming to America

    The Parlotones is not just a worldly rock band, it’s an otherworldly rock band. Based out of Johannesburg, the group is the biggest-selling band in South Africa, outselling Coldplay, The …

  • Young soars with Owl City

    Synthpop sensation Adam Young has taken his music from his basement in the middle-of-nowhere America around the world at digital speed. With his Owl City music project, Young found a …

  • Focused creatively

    When the drummer for Death Cab for Cutie was building his Two Sticks music studio, he had one thing in mind: recording the band’s new album. That, and all the …

  • Candlebox fulfills dream

    Let’s be honest, Candlebox could’ve jumped ship a long time ago. Besides being pinned by association with the no-longer fashionably unfashionable era of plaid flannels and Doc Martens, the members …

  • No looking back

    Hank Williams III is about to make a jailbreak. He is one album away from freedom, and if his last three albums are any indication, he’s been held back for …

  • Yes bring tour to Knitting Factory

    It’s a good thing Alan White has “This Is Spinal Tap,” for reference. After a four-decade career as the drummer for epic prog-rock band Yes, he’s still quick with his …

  • Educating the masses

    Shadow government, media-induced paranoia, UFO coverups – Hed PE’s free speech activist/frontman Jahred Shane has a lot of questions, but he’s sure of one thing: He’s not alone. “Forget about …

  • Grateful Dead Threesome Plans Festival-Style Tour

    There will be life after the Dead, after all. The Grateful Dead’s name was just retired by surviving band members, but three of those members - guitarist/singer Bob Weir, percussionist …



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