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Tag Archives: Jamie Blaine
The Weeklings editors, staff, and various contributors take turns answering the one question that matters most. Continue reading
They were known as pop’s most wholesome duo, a husband and wife team beloved for their dazzling smiles, love-conquers-all message and super-cute songs about butterscotch castles, muskrat kisses and Disney girls. But was there more to the story for multi-platinum, Grammy-winning, hit TV stars Captain … Continue reading
Monday Rock City: Rock & Roll Hall of Famer Ace Frehley Talks Sobriety, Space Travel & Making Peace with KISS
The first time I saw KISS was around second or third grade, just after my parents had split. I went to a K-12 school out in the sticks and there was a senior named Tony Gilley who wore a purple … Continue reading
Jamie Blaine sits down for a fascinating chat with author Warren Zanes about his much-lauded biography of rock n’ roll icon Tom Petty.
It’s midnight and I’m knocking on the back door of a seedy strip club off Jefferson and Ninth. A big bald bouncer who looks like a buff Uncle Fester ushers me in and goes to fetch Katy. There’s a Black … Continue reading
“Get to know yourself in truth, and without fear,” bestselling author Neil Strauss tells Jamie Blaine. “Because if you don’t, you’re not living your own life.” Strauss, who penned off-the-charts hit The Game, and has co-written memoirs with porn star Jenna Jameson and rockers Motley Crue, comes clean about his journey out of the shadows, all covered in his new soon-to-be-bestseller The Truth.
Monday Rock City: A Conversation with Greg Renoff, author of Van Halen Rising: How a Southern California Backyard Party Band Saved Heavy Metal
So you thought you knew Van Halen? I did. But I had no clue they’ve been around in some form since 1971, or that the brothers basically hated David Lee Roth but let him in because it was cheaper than … Continue reading
Def Leppard founder and co-guitarist Phil Collen is one of the only human beings who can say: “My band has sold over 100 million albums.” While most of those sales came in the band’s 80s heyday, the working-class quintet is still rocking, touring, and making records, and Phil has sat down to write a memoir of his own incredible journey. He sits down with our own scribe de rock, J.M. Blaine, to talk about his memoir, his band’s upcoming 11th album, and just how in the hell a 57-year-old vegan kickboxer can get so jacked.
Acclaimed comic book artist Ed Piskor’s Hip Hop Family Tree series details originator Kool Herc’s revolutionary rec room parties in the summer of ’73 up to the rise of super stars the Beastie Boys and RUN-DMC. Our own JM Blaine catches up with Piskor straight off the Copenhagen Comics Festival to, uh, rap about the past, present, and future the still-growing Hip Hop Family Tree.