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Rock Stars are Like Herpes…They Never Go Away

We are in the midst of a unique time in music history. The songwriters, musicians, performers and icons that we grew up with are still performing and relevant 50 years later. This has never occurred before. We have  had the ability to see our heroes age right before our eyes, for better or for worse. … Continue reading

There is a Light At The End of the Tunnel

I don’t know about you, but I tend to think of music in eras.  The melodic equivalent of how a Paleontologist thinks of  the periods of man. Before the Beatles, things were chaotic.  A lot of different music being made, but with the exception of Sinatra, the early jazz greats and the burgeoning folk movement, … Continue reading