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Pour One Out: Our Tribute to the Red Solo Cup Inventor

Though the manufacturer denies their purpose, the lines on the ubiquitous cup are used as a guideline for pouring various alcoholic beverages

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‘Shawshank Redemption’: Hope is a Dangerous Thing

The film finished ninth in its opening weekend in autumn 1994 and was declared a dud. Yet 6 months later, it was vying for 7 Oscars, including Best Picture

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Ronnie Wood Interview: Before the Rolling Stones

We talked with the legendary guitarist on his R&B roots, his influences, and playing with Faces, Jeff Beck and, of course, the Stones

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Gladys Knight: Checking Off All the Boxes

The singer has checked off just about every box imaginable in her acclaimed career with plenty of #1 records and numerous honors

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The Story of the Crosby, Stills & Nash Album Cover

In 1969, Henry Diltz got an assignment to take publicity shots for a new supergroup, who had just finished recording their debut. He takes us behind the scenes

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10 Jazz Singles of the ’60s That Became Hits

Back in the day, record labels released jazz tunes as singles, and sometimes they became huge hits. We revisit 10 classics of the genre from the 1960s

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Stevie Nicks’ ‘Edge of Seventeen’ and That Chugging Guitar

The third single of her 1981 solo debut, Bella Donna, features many top-notch musicians though none stands out more than Waddy Wachtel and his chugging guitar

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BS&T’s David Clayton-Thomas on Woodstock & More

DC-T on Woodstock: “The road manager told us, ‘I don’t think the show tonight’s going to happen. All the traffic is jammed. Nothing is moving.'”

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Simon Kirke on Bad Company, Paul Rodgers and Mick Ralphs

“It’s not a given that if you’re talented, you’ll be successful. There are so many people that are much better than me playing drums that never got the break”

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The Top 10 Most Blatant Bob Dylan Imitations

Some artists have bristled at being called the “new Dylan.” Others revel in being blatant copycats. Here are some of our favorites from the latter camp.

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