Something Cool To Read This Weekend!

A Weekly Collection 

Of Random Articles

From The World Wide Web!

Digital Music Pioneer Issues A Stark Warning For The Industry

The Dirty Laundry of Music Stars

On The Rock & Roll Road: Tour Managers Share War Stories

How Auto-Tune Revolutionized The Sound Of Popular Music

10 Forgotten Musical Variety Shows Of The 1960's 


Bill Haley: Falling Comet

Save Last Dance For Satan: A Nick Tosches Interview

Marc Bolan: A Dandy In The Underworld

Runaway Money

The FIrst Generation Of Female Rock Bands


Why Robert Frank’s “The Americans” Matters Today

The Final Days of Bleecker Bob’s Golden Oldies

Discovered Treasures From An 1802 Sunken Ship

At What Age Will You Reach Your Musical Peak?

The 50 Weirdest Albums Ever!


The Lost Art of Shadow Puppetry

How Music Has Fought Pandemics For 2,700 Years

Rebel With A Cause: The Legend Of Nicholas Ray

Brian Jones: A Degree Of Murder

The Ballad Of Shovels & Rope


A Rolling Stones Song Copyright Mystery

Tom Waits Covers A Doors Song

Artist Ralph Steadman Celebrates Hunter S. Thompson

The Trident: A Club Where You Could Get Whatever You Want

When Jack Kerouac Had His Crack-Up





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Jim Treutlein - Couldn't Shake It If I Tried

Jim Treulein, a longtime veteran of the local music scene, is widely known as a "songfinder" whose mastery of the Americana genre always captures the hearts of a live audience. His 2004 release, Couldn't Shake It If I Tried, is an excellent collection of Americana songs by local songwriter Dee Harris.








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