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Random Rock & Roll Articles From The World Wide Web!

The Final Album: Tom Petty’s “Hypnotic Eye”

Bob Dylan Announces 2022 UK & European Tour Dates

Don't Lie to Me: An Oral History of Big Star

Rock Hall Of Fame Curator Charged w/ Selling Don Henley’s “Hotel California” Lyrics

The Golden Anniversary of the Monkees’ Career Suicide



Rock In Rio: Tales From Backstage

Lester Bangs: The Rolling Stones’ Nostradamus

Little Feat's Paul Barrere: A Previous Unpublished Interview

Caribou Ranch Recording Studio: Where The Stars Gathered

The Underestimation Of Stephen Stills


OK Computer @ 25: How Radiohead Foresaw The Future Of Rock Music & Humanity

One From The Vaults: Andrew Loog Oldham

Bo Diddley: The Rock & Roll Legend

Authorized Biography Of The Rolling Stones’ Charlie Watts Announced

The Hound Blog: Billy Boy Arnold




Report From Swinging London: ‘Revolver’ Revolution

The Day The Rolling Stones Brought Howlin’ Wolf To U.S. TV

Remembering Dee Dee Ramone

How Jack White Keeps Moving The Needle

Rock & Roll Ghosts


Punk ’77: Vom Is Busting Out All Over

Wavy Gravy—The Hippie Icon Who Fed the Crowd at Woodstock

Nick Drake's Short Ride

Elvis Costello’s Debut Album ‘My Aim Is True’ Turns 45 | Anniversary Retrospective

I Remember The dB's

One Of The Funniest Things Keith Moon Ever Said

Graham Chapman Talks Of Keith Moon


Once upon a time, on a late September evening in 2006, four guys calling themselves The Hideaways, walked in EKO Studio in Deer Park, NY and created this 2-Track live-in-studio recording that features elements of blues, R&B, Country, Rockabilly, and jazz.



This wild & loose proto-punk band always conjures up an atmosphere of Chuck Berry meets The Ramones with a side order of Blonde on Blond Bob Dylan!


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