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The Jim Jones Revue Photo Credit:Steve Gullick
The Jim Jones Revue “Burning Your House Down” – Album Review

    Excuse me sir? Do you have the directions to the nearest whiskey bar and a couple of aspirins?  This is the question that The Jim Jones Revue’s newest album leaves you asking. “Burning Your House Down” is as torrid and ornery as the name suggests. Released on London’s Punk Rock Blues record label, […]

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ZZ Top and The Black Keys Collabo

It’s funny how things fall into place in a timely manner. I love ZZ Top, remember them from my days as a young little girl, yearning to wear the cute heels and ruffly socks in their “Legs” video.  In fact, I believe I made a reference to that memory a while back under the Hot […]

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Check out The Yolks!

It’s funny how musical genres die and get revived. First it was 70’s style punk, then electro rock(new wave), to now what seems to be a revival of psychedelic blues and late 60’s garage. I always love the new spin these awe inspired bands of today put on the past greats: the shit sounds good. […]

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