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Monday Rock City: Get in the (Mini)Van: Interview with Canadian Rock Scribe Brent Jensen

JM Blaine talks to Canadian rock journalist Brent Jensen about his self-published memoir, his wince-inducing encounter with Gene Simmons and his cross-country drive with a former roadie for Poison. Continue reading

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Backs to the Future

“Nobody acknowledged it as we clowned around for the cameras, but his absence was unavoidable, a blemish on our collective accountability. Our friend wasn’t there, but he was with us, his story an uncomfortable reminder of how human we actually were.” Continue reading

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Russell Brand, Revolution, and the Audacity of Apathy

If you don’t share the view that giving the wealthiest one percent even larger tax cuts is not an antidote for what ails us, you SHOULD vote…and there is one party you should never vote for. Continue reading

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Love Letters from a Groupie: A Conversation with Pamela Des Barres

Wherein we sit down with Pamela Des Barres, bestselling author and rock and roll’s most famous groupie, to talk about her books, her loves and the fallout from sleeping with Mick Jagger. Continue reading

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Drugs In the Bathroom, Lines on the Court

Sean Beaudoin used to knit. Yeah, so what? You got a problem with that? No, you mind your own business. No, you shut up. Continue reading

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Chuck E is the Only One in Love

The night before Robin Antalek traveled across Alligator Alley to Miami with a carload of strangers in search of Rickie Lee Jones, she made out with her best friend’s boyfriend in the back of his van. Continue reading

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