I met Mick Fleetwood once. We were sitting in a small trailer out at the Fairgrounds rodeo arena, waiting for Johnny Rivers to finish his set, drinking out of a bottle of expensive scotch. And he talked about what it was like to be in a rock band and be famous
As one who struggles with the disease of addiction. It's always good to hear from some one "famous" who struggles with the same disease and the constant battles that it brings to one's life. I can remember how liberating it was when Eric Clapton said he begins his day at the foot of his bed asking his Higher Power to keep him clean and humble
On my birthday a few weeks ago I put together a special party. My son, a couple of closes friends, a bad ass turntable, nice amp, great speakers. And a whole bunch of vinyl. The sound freaked my 21 year old son out
After declaring in public that "Rock and Roll is Dead," Gene Simmons of Kiss is looking to make more millions on bringing it back to life. Simmons and his Kiss partner Paul Stanley have tried arena football (via a "reality" tv show called 4th and Loud) and are losing thier shirts because thier team is terrible
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