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Book Review: Luck and Circumstance: A Coming of Age in Hollywood, New York, and Points Beyond by Michael Lindsay-Hogg

Director Michael Lindsay-Hogg remembers his childhood with actress mother Geraldine Fitzgerald, and making his mark on the world of theatre, television, and film. Read More »

Music DVD Review: The Rolling Stones – Some Girls Live In Texas ’78

The Stones get back to basics on this live concert in support of their 1978 album, Some Girls. Read More »

Some Girls: When The Whip Came Down For The Rolling Stones

The last, great creative spark from the greatest rock and roll band in the world. Read More »

Music Review: Various Artists – The Best of Rock & Roll Hall of Fame + Museum Live

The Rock and Roll Hall of Fame presents the music and nothing but the music on CD. Read More »

Interview: Bill Wyman – The Legendary Bassist on The Rhythm Kings (Part Two)

In Part Two, Wyman discusses choosing material, his approach to playing bass, and some of his perceived technical limitations. Read More »

Interview: Bill Wyman – The Legendary Bassist on The Rhythm Kings (Part One)

The former Rolling Stones bassist discusses the Rhythm Kings, the material he chooses to record, and his approach to playing bass. Read More »

Concert Review: Michael Monroe, Bowery Ballroom, NYC, 10/2/11

Michael Monroe Shows NYC Crowd He's Not Fakin' It. Read More »

Music Review: Marianne Faithfull – Horses And High Heels

With her latest album, Marianne Faithfull confirms her status as one of the all time great singers of popular music. Read More »

Cheers in Chicago for Charlie Sheen, Torpedo of Truth

Unlike in Detroit, the audience in Chicago welcomed Charlie Sheen and his Violent Torpedo of Truth tour. Read More »

Book Review: Life by Keith Richards

Keith Richards writes another hit with this autobiography. Don't buy it for new dirt on Mick. Read More »