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2 for 2uesday: Inauguration week

They say tumultuous times makes for great music. This week should jump start the Creatives.  Here are two songs that get the ball rolling. Green Day “Troubled Times” An interpretive singing of Gloria Gaynor’s “I Will Survive” as performed by: Emma Stone, Anya Taylor-Joy, Natalie Portman, Alden Ehrenreich, Andrew Garfield, Michelle Williams, Joel Edgerton, Chris […]

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Rock Hall Class of 2015

The Rock Hall Class of 2015 was announced and I have to say that I’m a little disappointed.  Artists that I believe deserved induction  Kraftwerk, N.W.A, Nine Inch Nails, The Smiths, Sting and War did not get in this year. Lou Reed, Green Day, Stevie Ray Vaughan and Double Trouble, Joan Jett and the Blackhearts, Bill Withers […]

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Innovators/Imitators The 2015 Rock Hall Nominees

Welcome to the 4th edition of Innovators/Imitators in which I try to separate the wheat from the chaff and determine whom I think should be inducted into the Rock Hall in December. The Innovators/Imitators idea came from My Morning Jackets’s “Wordless Chorus” so let’s kick this off with the theme song. The Paul Butterfield Blues […]

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September Songs

September represents the start of school,  the time to put away those shorts and begin a new chapter in your life or reflect on times past.  This is probably the reason there are more songs with September in the title than January.  January may represent a new year but it’s still winter, nothing has really […]

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New Music Tuesday

A wise man once rapped “Don’t call this a comeback, I’ve been here for years!” Nevertheless, these three artists will have to deal with the label until proven otherwise. I’m not sure if you have heard, but the Rolling Stones are still a viable band.   Well I guess you can call two new songs viable.  They […]

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New Music Tuesday

First Tuesday of Fall means the superstar artists are starting to unleash their superstar products on the public.  Yes, I’m going to say it’s starting to feel like Christmas. I say that because Kenny Rogers, Jeremy Camp, The Oak Ridge Boys, Ella Fitzgerald, Peggy Lee and Now That’s What I Call Today’s Christmas! are all […]

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Album Trailers

Traditionally the Fall season for the music industry is like the Summer season for the movies when all the blockbusters come out.  I had never really taken notice of this trend before, but bands (or labels) are now releasing album trailers.   They’re filmed just like movie trailers except without the baritone voice guy letting us […]

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Weekend In LA

Well it’s not exactly SXSW but it’s a start.  Internet radio station Moheak got a great idea to host a LAXLA music event at The Satellite.  $10 gets you a 4-day pass.  There are still 2 days left.  Click on the photo to get all the information. If Broadway worked for The Who’s Tommy why […]

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