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Growing Old Disgracefully Recording News

Growing Old Disgracefully (GoD) is currently mixing its debut album after a more than successful trip to the studio. The band, most of whose members live in London, recorded their debut album, By the Grace of … at Bracknell’s South Hill Park recording studio and were there on Saturday 16th …

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Podcasting Breaks Onto the Airwaves

Viacom’s radio unit Infinity Broadcasting announced that beginning May 16, their San Francisco AM radio outlet KYCY will become KYOURADIO, the programming of which will consist of podcasts sent in by the public. Joel Hollander, Infinity’s Chairman and Chief Executive Officer, said Wednesday, “There is a profound shift underway in …

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President Bush’s Passing Grade

In the last six or so months, I have mostly chosen to absorb the political atmosphere from a very casual stance; letting it wash over me like an acid rain. What I have observed has titillated my senses, provoked my preconceived notions, and made me question my personal and social …

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Terry Knight’s Killer Convicted

How in the world did I miss original Grand Funk Railroad manager-producer-visionary Terry Knight, 61, being murdered back in November? I am stunned. Today, Donald Alan Fair was found guilty of murder in the Nov. 1 in the stabbing death of Richard Terrance “Terry” Knight during a domestic dispute. Fair’s …

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Michael Jackson Trial: Rowe Rowe Rowe Your Testimony

It can be said without much fear of contradiction that Debbie Rowe, Michael Jackson’s ex-wife and mother of his two oldest children, did not testify as expected over a total of about three hours Wednesday afternoon and Thursday morning. Yesterday she identified herself as Deborah Rowe Jackson, but said she …

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Constantine is OUT – American Idol Rocker Shocker

Shock! Outrage! I could just cry. Tonight’s American Idol shocker is that rocker Constantine is going home. In a typical AI tactic, they had it down to two camps with just Scott and Constantine. Ryan asked them each to pick a group to be in between Carrie/Bo or Anthony/Vonzell – …

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Michael Jackson Trial: Rowe Takes Stand

Michael Jackson’s second ex-wife (’96-’99) and mother of his two eldest children (Prince, 8, and Paris, 7) took the stage, er, witness stand today in his child molestation case. She identified herself as Deborah Rowe Jackson, but said she preferred “Ms. Rowe.” Prosecutor Ron Zonen asked how she knew Jackson. …

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American Idol: Reports From Home

In film clips on last night’s show, the six American Idol finalists got all gushy about their hometowns and families, and their families returned the favor. What are the local papers saying about their American Idol finalists? My bud Michael Heaton of the Cleveland Plain Dealer did a survey of …

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