Tag Archives: rock and roll

What is Your Inner Classic Rock Persona?

Whether we want to admit it or not, we all have a Classic Rock persona buried inside us. Way, way down inside. With this new precision chart you can unlock your umlauts and allow your hidden self to rampage up and down the Hollywood strip like Jim Morrison’s ghost. Continue reading

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Rock and Roll Coffee: An Interview with Zakk Wylde

Zakk Wylde discusses his first number one debut, “Catacombs of the Black Vatican,” the human resources policy for Black Label Society and his solution for ending war. It includes drinking and rock and roll. Continue reading

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AC/DC: Baby, Please Don’t Go

In the wake of news that AC/DC are on the verge of retirement, Joe Daly insists they must be considered along with the Beatles, the Stones and Zeppelin as one of the greatest bands in history. Continue reading

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Elevator Stories and the Secret of Grooving: The Return of EFG

As psychedelic groove rockers EFG complete work on their new album, Music Editor Joe Daly sits down with drummer Josh Garza to discuss the new material, the secret to rehearsing and whether or not the story of the band’s origin is really true. Continue reading

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Almost True: The Real, Realer and Realest of the Music Movies

Hard-touring bassist Robert Burke Warren celebrates a selection of movies that capture the authentic essence of life in a working band. Continue reading

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Monday Rock City: Get in the (Mini)Van: Interview with Canadian Rock Scribe Brent Jensen

JM Blaine talks to Canadian rock journalist Brent Jensen about his self-published memoir, his wince-inducing encounter with Gene Simmons and his cross-country drive with a former roadie for Poison. Continue reading

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Rock and Roll Coffee: An Interview With Jonathan Segel of Camper Van Beethoven

Linda Roy interviews Camper Van Beethoven’s Jonathan Segel about the new Camper Van Beethoven album, fan love-ins and the exquisite joys of relocating to Sweden. Continue reading

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The 50 Most Drug-Addled Albums in Music History

Rampant Madness, Cheap Powder, and the Whiskey River: the fifty most dope-addled albums in music history. Continue reading

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Postcards from Stab City: Dirty Diamonds and the Single Powerpoint

How a spunky rock outfit in the west of Ireland responded to their most scathing review of all time, and the brilliant chain of events that followed. Continue reading

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