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20 Greatest Non-Hits by the Rolling Stonesnew

Everyone knows that the Rolling Stones are a bunch of greedy amoral bastards. (Pick your anecdote from rock lore to illustrate this fact.) The geezers keep flogging their fame into the 21st century, long past sell-by date of their flesh and musical inspiration. Do they need to tour and release more memoirs to make more millions? It hardly seems like it, yet they've been doing it for 50 years now, and they probably don't know what else to do with themselves.
New Haven Advocate  |  John Adamian  |  10-11-2012  |  Profiles & Interviews

Rush Delivers in Return to Greensboronew

You could easily argue that there's better music out there, that there are better performers than the three guys on stage Saturday night. Just don't say it with a Rush fan in earshot.
YES! Weekly  |  Ryan Snyder  |  04-06-2011  |  Concerts

Roger Daltrey Isn't Quite Ready for His Senior Discountnew

As of today, Daltrey's spent more than 65 years on the planet -- a benchmark that's even more noteworthy given the fact that he famously sang "I hope I die before I get old" in the early Who classic "My Generation."
Westword  |  Michael Roberts  |  10-19-2009  |  Profiles & Interviews

The Infestation of Classic Rock Threatens the Cultural Legacy of an Entire Generationnew

Young people who subsist on classic rock are traitors to their contemporaries. Our generation has no lack of quality artists, but the vast majority of us are too lazy to seek them out.
Houston Press  |  Ben Westhoff  |  05-19-2009  |  Music

Blackheart Society is Oh Oh-Kaynew

The instrumentation is there, yes, and there are indeed moments throughout the disc when it seems like Blackheart Society is on the cusp of something great.
Dallas Observer  |  Pete Freedman  |  04-21-2008  |  Reviews

Facing the Musicnew

After seven years of touring the world as indie-rock royalty in Guided by Voices, virtuoso guitarist and songwriter Doug Gillard is back on his own.
Cleveland Scene  |  Jason Bracelin  |  04-11-2005  |  Profiles & Interviews

Rockin' in the Free World: Soundtracks for Election Night Shindigsnew

Just as you can't have a Red State Mix Tape without Lee Greenwood's "God Bless the USA," neither can you have a Blue State tape without Springsteen's "Born in the USA."
Houston Press  |  John Nova Lomax  |  11-02-2004  |  Music

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