Something Cool To Read This Week!

It's Time For Our Compendium  Of 

Random Rock & Roll Articles From The World Wide Web!

Lunch With Little Richard. Whoo!

Missing The Beatles: The Legendary Lost & Stolen Beatles Tapes

Bowie’s Artwork: Exclusive Interview With The Man Behind The Concept

Iggy Pop: Every Loser Album Review

The Hard Truth from Music Journalist Barney Hoskyns


The Whole World In a Song: An Interview with Critic Greil Marcus

Little Village: A Humble Supergroup

Lester Bangs: The Rolling Stones’ Nostradamus

New York Rocker & The Invention Of Indie Rock

David Bowie’s Aladdin Sane Set For 50th Anniversary Reissue


Neil Young & The Ditch Trilogy: Time Fades Away and Tonight’s the Night

Gunshot Songs: Hitting The Top 100 With A Bullet

The Rolling Stones To Release Star-Studded 2012 Show As Live Album GRRR LIVE!

Good Rats: A Beloved, Epic “Near Miss”






The Rolling Stones In Rice Krispies Advert Shame! (& Other Breakfast Stories)

When Johnny Kidd Was The Man

Song Catalogs Are Selling for Big Bucks...Will the Trend End on a Bum Note?

Battle of the Ax Men: Who Really Built the First Electric Rock 'n' Roll Guitar?

The Secret History Of Groupie Chic By Pamela Des Barres


96 Tears Raises a Glass To The Late, Beloved Punk Stalwart Howie Pyro

40 Obscure Psychedelic Rock & Pop Albums That You Ought To Know

The Replacements: Losers Who Won

The Kid Who Recorded The First Punk Rock Record

How Humans Have Toyed With Time



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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