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John Denver: From Pop Singer to Country Boy in 10 Songs

For several years in the ’70s, he was as big a presence on the charts as anybody and hosted the Grammys several times. The headlines continued for the wrong reasons

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10 Re-Released Songs That Became Hits

Sometimes the timing just wasn’t right. When these classic rock songs first went to radio they flopped. The stars were aligned the second time

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A Chat with ‘Leave It to Beaver’s Stephen Talbot, Pt. 2: ‘I May Be a Dirty Rat, But I’m Not a Dumb Rat’

In part 2 of our interview, the filmmaker recalls the other ‘Beaver’ kids, offers his views on being a child actor, and muses on the impact of the show.

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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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Mad Magazine: Required Reading For Generations

Many of Mad’s articles exposed staples of American culture—nothing and no one was safe from its pointed humor, from hit movies to products to the media.

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Deaths of Older Rock Legends Continue to Shake Us

A wave of deaths of older rock legends has given boomers reason to pause. Is 67 or 70 the new 27? “I’ll Sleep When I’m Dead.”

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10 Seminal Hard Rock Albums

Albums from Deep Purple, Steppenwolf, Led Zep, Black Sabbath and The Who are all significant benchmarks in the birth of hard rock. Check out the complete list and see who’s #1

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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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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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