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The Doors: R-Evolution
The Doors: R-Evolution The pristine clarity of the audio and video content on The Doors' Re-evolution, much of it unreleased, lends a ghostly quality to the film, perhaps to an even greater extent...
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The Sh-Booms Bring New Life to Sixties Soul
Raising the roof in Orlando with music born out of Memphis and Detroit, the Sh-Booms revive the sound and showmanship (the look, the steps) of classic Sixties soul -- boisterous, tight and buttery...
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Dick Clark's Home For Sale With Price Cut
Dick Clark's Malibu Home is Up for Sale The late Dick Clark, longtime TV host and powerhouse producer who passed away from a heart attack on April 18, 2012, became a mainstay in the music industry...
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Chamois group looking to restore town's bandstand
The Chamois Historic Preservation Commission is working to restore and preserve a more than century-old bandstand in the town’s Riverside Park. The bandstand was built between 1908 and 1910, and was...
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Gary Lewis still singing the hits
By ROBERT PRICE In 2012, Gary Lewis and the Playboys released a new single called “You Can’t Go Back.” Judging from the title, one might think the song is about the music of the ’60s. But Gary Lewis...
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Stamford author's debut novel 'The Scar Boys' dra...
It wasn't long after Len Vlahos had played out the supreme teen dream of living the life of a rock star that he took pen to paper to record all that had happened. "I wrote like a hundred pages of...
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Return of the Vampire
The horror first took control of Memphis television sets at 6 p.m. Saturday, September 29, 1962. It began with a grainy clip of black-and-white film showing an ornate horse-drawn hearse moving...
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Baltimore writer's research filled with 'Soul'
Some show up with pie or casserole, but Baltimore writer Ericka Blount Danois was told to bring her recently purchased "Best of Soul Train" DVDs to her family's Thanksgiving dinner in 2009. When Todd...
Read more at Baltimore Sun
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The Beatles on 'Ed Sullivan,' Feb. 9, 1964: 50 Ye...
Dan DeLuca, Inquirer Music Critic Last updated: Friday, February 7, 2014, 8:51 AM Silly or not, the question of what would have happened if the Beatles hadn't succeeded - if they had, say, failed...
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She Loves You
Ed Sullivan rocked America 50 years ago with the ...
It was not the group's first appearance on American television. CBS News had reported, dismissively, on British “Beatlemania,” and Jack Paar had aired on his talk show a clip of the band playing in...
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Former DJ Jack Fisher of Spartanburg remembers in...
Fisher, who now lives in Spartanburg, was then a 24-year-old disc jockey at WEAM in the Washington, D.C., radio market and wanted to spend time with his family on his day off from work. As 8 o'clock...
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IT WAS 50 YEARS AGO TODAY
If you were under 18 on Feb. 9, 1964, you almost certainly tuned in to “The Ed Sullivan Show” to see the American television debut of the Beatles. Virtually unknown in this country before the Dec....
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