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Paul McCartney Freshen Up Tour FAQs

The political comic went to the second-to-last show of the 2019 tour and had a lot of observations about the rock and roll star

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Remembering Jimi Hendrix in Greenwich Village

Guitar World magazine’s Founding Editor heard and met Hendrix in 1966 in Greenwich Village, where he believes the guitar icon truly developed

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The Rise of Joe Walsh in the 1970s

Walsh made the James Gang more than a power trio and expanded and deepened his style as a solo artist to show himself as far more than the Eagle he became.

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When ‘Halloween’ Introduced Us to Michael Myers

In a decade of great thrillers and slasher movies, one film taught us to never trust a lone wolf trick-or-treater again. “Scream queen” Jaime Lee Curtis was just 19

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‘Field of Dreams’: ‘Hey, Dad, You Wanna Have a Catch?’

Kevin Costner’s character, Ray Kinsella, hears a voice whispering, “If you build it, he will come.” His journey ultimately brings him back home

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Question Mark + the Mysterians’ 96 Tears: The Riff

It starts with one of the most memorable riffs in rock history and the tale that follows: You did me wrong, but you will get yours yet. So who is “?”

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14 Best Studio Double Albums of All-Time

In the pre-digital era, many rock legends released a two-record set. Here are favorites from The Who, Derek and the Dominos, the Clash, Elton John, Pink Floyd and Led Zeppelin

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Doobie Brothers Interview: Rockin’ Down the Highway

They’ve sold millions of albums and had a string of pop and rock radio hits. And are still on the road. We talk to Patrick Simmons, Tom Johnston and John McFee

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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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When Bob Dylan Won the Nobel Prize for Literature

“He is probably the greatest living poet,” said the committee upon honoring the then-75-year-old American singer-songwriter with the prestigious award

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