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Here’s where you can find the major stories and artist profiles we publish as well as interviews, opinion essays, examinations of industry trends, issues and other matters. And our rock photography showcases plus cartoons.

Who Are They at 50

The Who Hits 50! Tour may be the last outing for the veteran British band. But are Townshend & Daltrey up to the challenge of honoring their monumental five decade rock’n’roll legacy? John Swenson, the band’s first biographer, assesses their accomplishments and their first U.K. shows and finds the prospects positive.

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Trakin Care of Business: Heaven Can’t Wait

Roy Trakin ruminates on a variety of music, culture-related topics and personal gripes in his regular Trakin Care of Business column which makes its BCB debut

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Trakin Care of Business: Get Back, Honky Cats

Our new column plays Monday Morning QB on Coldplay at the Super Bowl. Plus the Coen Brothers’ ‘Hail, Caesar,’ Elton’s newest, and more.

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Ian Anderson Still Sings Tull Tales

The longtime Jethro Tull leader talks about the band’s namesake, his opinion on the Rock Hall of Fame, and Frank Zappa, in this far-ranging Interview

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Skinner Pokes Geezers on Beatles 1+

While The Beatles “1+” release will appeal to music fans of all ages, The Fab Four do have a special place in the hearts of those of a certain age

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John Fogerty’s Revival Begins

Famed DJ Dennis Elsas spoke with John Fogerty in 2007 when he began coming to terms with and celebrating his Creedence Clearwater Revival legacy.

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Robert Plant and Shifting Spaces

Famed FM radio personality Dennis Elsas talks with Robert Plant about living in and exploring America, returning to England, and his new band and recent LP.

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Skinner Pokes Streaming Services

Where will the many competitive music streaming services lead music fans who want to hear their favorite songs? BCB cartoonist David Skinner wonders too. It wouldn’t be the first time he sees what may be coming in the future.

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Iconic Images from Noted Photographer Elliott Landy

If you follow classic rock music, you very likely know the work of Elliott Landy from the covers of such landmark albums as Bob Dylan’s Nashville Skyline, Van Morrison’s Moondance and the second (self-titled) album by The Band as well

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Graham Nash Talks About His ‘Lucky Life’

Legendary rock radio DJ Dennis Elsas talks to Nash about recording “Suite: Judy Blue Eyes” and “Ohio,” compiling CSNY 1974 & how Crosby may have a PhD. in acting out but also saved Nash’s life

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