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He was the best of the best. A gentleman and a scholar, and was unfailingly kind and generous always. The last time I saw him was in Oakland when he was working as Ed’s roadie when PJ opened for the Stones. On a night when he surely had a million other things to do, he stopped what he was doing to come to the front of the stage and say hello.
Part of what I’m doing is chronicling the times we live in. The people...– Rock legend Bruce Springsteen still plays to the audience
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Steve Jobs can go to hell.
The Gutter Twins: Greg Dulli & Mark Lanegan | The... →
was NO ONE else available to interview these two? perhaps someone who had actually interviewed musicians before and hadn’t just graduated from high school??
Reverb: No Depression Magazine to Cease Publishing... →
the end of an era.
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Long-Awaited Replacements Reissues Due In April →