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Ted Nugent-Free for All 40th Anniversary

Forty years ago, Ted Nugent’s Free for All overamped its way to #24 on the Billboard album chart, becoming his second consecutive multi-million seller. And barely a year later, Nugent would take Cat Scratch Fever’s instant success and transform it through the remainder of 1977 into the top-grossing rock concert act that year. But it hadn’t always been that way. Far from it…

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Free- Fire and Water- Paul Rodgers

In 1970 I was like most white American teenagers in that , with the exception of B.B.King’s Top 40 hit “The Thrill Is Gone” , most of us had gotten our limited exposure to the blues second-hand via young English bands such as Led Zeppelin . And even though the members of London-based Free were no older than me ( bass player Andy Fraser was a veteran of John Mayall’s Bluesbreakers at 16 ), the sound of lead singer Paul Rodgers’ voice and lead guitarist Paul Kossoff’s crying sustained notes, in very sparse arrangements , really appealed to me…(more)

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John Mellencamp-The Lonesome Jubilee 30th Anniversary

If the Eighties made anyone a star, it was John Mellencamp. 1981’s American Fool  gave him two legit big hits in “Hurt So Good” and “Jack and Diane“, along the way influencing the sound of rock and pop with a big forward drum sound from emerging in-demand percussionist Kenny Aronoff. Uh Huh  in 1983 made John Mellencamp  […]