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Almost Hits: Iron Butterfly, “In-a-Gadda-Da-Vida” (1968)

Almost Hits: Iron Butterfly, “In-a-Gadda-Da-Vida” (1968)

Or “Why Thou Shall Not Tamper with the Vegetation In the Garden of Eden” — A Combination Counterculture Sermon and Horticulture Guide by JC Mosquito …

Band mates open up about Duane Allman's tragic passing during sessions for Allman Brothers' Eat A Peach

Gregg Allman and Dickey Betts discussed the 40th anniversary of the Allman Brothers Band’s legendary Eat A Peach on the syndicated rock radio show InTheStudio, going in depth on the tragic death of Duane Allman during the recording sessions.

Celebrate A Different Kind of Truth with SiriusXM and 'The Whole Truth: The Howard Stern/ Van Halen Special'

Seems Howard Stern is as jacked up about the new Van Halen reunion project as any of the band’s staunchest fans. To whit: He’ll be airing a sprawling five-hour segment on his SiriusXM radio show called “The Whole Truth: The Howard Stern/ Van Halen Special.”

Rolling Stones guitarist Ronnie Wood to debut radio show in North America this weekend

Rolling Stones guitarist Ronnie Wood is ready to start up his own radio show in America. The Ronnie Wood Show features the guitarist playing a variety of music from his favorite new and established artists, while sharing personal stories from his legendary music career.

One Track Mind: The Kinks, "Around the Dial" (1981)

On the way to work, I indulged in a little college-era nostalgia: Give The People What They Want by The Kinks.

Books: Sue Carpenter – 40 Watts From Nowhere (2004)

by Mark Saleski This is the amazing, hilarious and true story of Sue Carpenter, a woman who gave corporate radio and the FCC the big ‘ef U’ by starting her own pirate radio station — right out of her apartment atop a hill in San Francisco. A career opportunity (writing for a magazine) and first attempt at junkie-boyfriend escape causesRead More

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