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Book Review: Lick Me: How I Became Cherry Vanilla by Cherry Vanilla

Cherry Vanilla's autobiography details her life as a groupie, poet, publicist, journalist, Warhol protégé and actress in the 1970s. Read More »

DVD Review: The Sacred Triangle: Bowie, Iggy & Lou – 1971 – 1973 & David Bowie: Rare And Unseen

Two new David Bowie DVDs that should appeal to his hardcore fans. Read More »

DVD Review: The Sacred Triangle: Bowie, Iggy & Reed 1971 – 1973

Fans of Bowie, Reed, Pop and Warhol will be interested, but it falls short in validating the era's significance musically. Read More »

Rodney Bingenheimer, The Runaways, And The Cult Of Personality

In Hollywood, and in rock and roll, there are victims and there are also those who survive. Read More »

Interview: David S. Grant, Author of Rock Stars: The Rise, Fall, and Rise of 80’s Glam Frontmen Into Pop Culture

"I binge write. Once I have an idea I will take notes and then one day start writing, using all of my free time..." Read More »

The Rockologist: Iggy, Ziggy And The Raw Power Of The Stooges

Putting lipstick on a punk-rock pig never sounded so good. Read More »

The Rockologist: The Case For Latter Day Bowie On A Reality Tour

Don't count Bowie out just yet. Read More »

DVD Review: Roxy Music – More Than This

Roxy Music - More Than This is an excellent documentary of the band, and features three songs live from 2006. Read More »

Music Review: The 69 Eyes – Back in Blood

Flagrantly tacky, these grave-robbing fortysomethings still rock. Read More »

Music Review: The Sweet – Live In America

It's glam, bang, thank you ma'am, as The Sweet try for one last hurrah Read More »