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Woodstock 50th pt2- David Crosby, Graham Nash, Robbie Robertson 8-12

In July 1969 Americans blasted off and landed on the Moon, and about three weeks later they colonized Max Yasgur‘s hog farm outside Bethel NY. Over half a million attended both events. They were both were very loud and lasted several days, but one had a lot of mud. Only one involved sex and drugs […]

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Great White- Rock Me- Anaheim CA 7-24-93

We received a nice note a few years back  from Bobby Black at an In the Studio  affiliate  who had dinner with Great White keyboard player/producer Michael Lardie. It seems that Lardie was reminiscing appreciatively about the positive impact that the support of my North Texas radio station KTXQ-Q102 had on Great White’s career at […]

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Stevie Ray Vaughan & Double Trouble- In Step 30th Anniversary

If you run the numbers of the Summer 1989 album In Step   by Stevie Ray Vaughan and Double Trouble, just the mere facts are impressive. In Step   was the Texas trio’s fourth studio album, but their first after Vaughan’s collapse and near death from substance abuse while on tour in Germany had forced […]

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Don Henley- The End of the Innocence 30th Anniversary

The evening before my first interview with him was scheduled to occur regarding his third solo album The End of the Innocence,  Don Henley wanted to check me out. You see, Henley doesn’t suffer fools lightly, and now that I’ve lived for  35 years among the rural Northeast Texas hard-scrabble ranchers and family farmers that, […]

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AC/DC- Highway to Hell- Paris 1979

So many rock fans did not discover the original AC/DC lineup until their fifth album, Highway to Hell in Summer 1979, and therefore never got to see them fronted by lead singer/ lyricist Bon Scott who died barely seven months later. As we prepare for the fortieth anniversary of one of the greatest rock albums ever […]

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The Cult- Sonic Temple 30th Anniversary- Billy Duffy

By the time The Cult‘s  Sonic Temple    came out thirty years ago and went Top 10 on Billboard  Album Sales chart, I would have bet my last dollar that this British hard-rocking four piece led by trippy full-throated singer Ian Astbury and ripping guitarist Billy Duffy was going to be hugely popular into the […]

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Paul McCartney- Back in the US pt 1

… from Paul McCartney to The Pope, we couldn’t help but both comment on the remarkable similarities in response that millions of attendees display at those two seemingly disparate gatherings. But as McCartney pulls into Dallas/ Ft.Worth this week to close yet another stadium erected by captains of industry to worship the twin towers of competition and capitalism, who dares try to convince the pilgrims filing in, ages eight to eighty with stars in their eyes and a song ( okay, three hundred songs ) in their hearts, that this isn’t a religious experience?