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“We’re learning to live with somebody’s depressionAnd I don’t want to live with somebody’s depressionWe’ll get by, I supposeIt’s a

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“Feel so restless, I am,Beat my head against a poleTry to knock some sense,¬†Down in my bones.” Supposedly Bob Dylan

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It’s been over five years since I’ve written in this space… boy does time fly when you’re having fu….hmmm. Anyway,

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From Joan Jett to Jimmy Page, it is time to close the doors on this 8 year adventure. In it’s

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I stood under the bold, bright lights of the marquee clutching my ticket. Dressed up and wishful, this was a

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It’s 6:30pm and I’m ravenously eating my first meal of the day. Sitting at the bar at the famous Dan

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My post on Bob Dylan’s performance is now live on GRAMMY.com!

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I’ve seen bands all over the world- in basements, on rooftops, in bar corners, in stadiums, in fields, on boats…

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If the sun refused to shine, I would still be loving you. When mountains crumble to the sea, there will

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I got locked out of the sale for these coveted George Fest tickets not once but twice as the show

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I am not ashamed to admit that I’m pretty sure I hadn’t heard of Big Star before the above documentary.

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Hell is traffic going East on the 10 on a Friday at 5p. You’d think there was a tsunami coming

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As we get older, we inevitably experience more death. The world around me seems to change at a pace that

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I have to say I was a little perplexed when I saw that Skeletonwitch, Ghoul, and Black Anvil would be

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On the tail of my interview with Black Rebel Motorcycle Club’s Peter Hayes, I was also able to interview the

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Black Rebel Motorcycle Club has been revving my musical engine for years. I’ve seen ’em a lot, know all their

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Yes, yes- I’ll be cliche and say Led Zeppelin is one of my favorite bands. And since I’m all about

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It goes without saying that 9/11 will always be a sobering day; one where my generation will discuss in solemn

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I’m pretty sure that the first time I became aware of Elvis Costello was from the movie 200 Cigarettes (which

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It’s March 9th, 1994: my 14th birthday. I am sitting in my bedroom and it’s dark outside. My room is

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