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Metallica- Wherever I May Roam- San Francisico 2-6-16

For the Super Bowl 50 halftime entertainment hosted by the San Francisco Bay Area, the NFL really fumbled the ball when they passed on homies Metallica as “too heavy for halftime”. So the band threw their own party the night before in Golden Gate Park, from where this terrific performance of “Wherever I May Roam” comes, shared just ahead of the “Black Album”  thirtieth anniversary.

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Metallica- Load 25th Anniversary- James Hetfield, Kirk Hammett

Metallica “Load” did not budge from the top seller position for a full four consecutive weeks in June 1996 because of such tender love songs as “Ain’t My Bitch”,”Bleeding Me”,”King Nothing”, “The House  Jack Built”, and “Until It Sleeps”. Guitarist/singer James Hetfield and guitarist Kirk Hammett are surprisingly unguarded, conversational, and open about this dizzying rocket ride into superstardom.

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Metallica- King Nothing- San Francisco 2-6-16

When the Super Bowl was played in San Francisco in February 2016, hometown Bay Area hard rock heroes Metallica were the obvious choice for the midpoint entertainment slot…except the Load   they were bringing was deemed “too heavy for halftime” by the NFL. So Metallica staged their own free concert the night before in Golden Gate […]

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Metallica- Too Heavy for Halftime- Super Bowl 50

Metallica reminds us that the last time that San Francisco was involved in a Super Bowl was not as a team but as host to the landmark Super Bowl 50 in February 2016. Here is “Fuel” for your fire from that show.

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Metallica- The Unforgiven- San Francisco 2-6-16

So who did the the NFL secure to perform at halftime during the historic 50th All-American Super Bowl, broadcast to over a billion viewers worldwide from San Francisco, a US city with a long rich heritage of musical contributions? Coldplay, the finest innocuous British band money can buy.

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Loverboy- Get Lucky 40th Anniversary- Mike Reno, Paul Dean

So when their sophomore effort “Get Lucky”  came out in Fall 1981, these Canadian rockers Loverboy were the right band at the right time. North American rock radio was waiting in anticipation for”Working for the Weekend”, along with “When It’s Over”, “Jump” co-written by fellow countryman Bryan Adams, “Gangs in the Street”, and “Take Me to the Top”. Lead singer Mike Reno and guitarist Paul Dean recall how nice guys don’t finish last in this  In The Studio  classic rock interview.

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More Echoes In the Studio pt 3

In memoriam : More Echoes “In the Studio”, pt 3 with rare interviews with fallen rockers Lou Reed, Bon Scott, Rick Wright, Malcolm Young, George Harrison, David Bowie

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Rush- Moving Pictures 40th- Geddy Lee, Alex Lifeson, the late Neil Peart

“Music was changing,” Rush lead singer/composer Geddy Lee tells us in this In the Studio  episode, and without Lee, guitarist/composer Alex Lifeson, and drummer/lyricist the late Neil Peart embracing the fresh musical ideas in the crosswinds of the early Eighties on “Moving Pictures” with songs “Tom Sawyer”,”Red Barchetta”,”Limelight”, “Vital Signs”, and “Witch Hunt”, it is doubtful that a path to mainstream success would have been cleared forty years ago for later major bands…