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Lars Frederiksen

Lars Frederiksen is one of the most influential figures in American punk-rock history. Frederiksen has been the co-vocalist and guitarist for Bay Area punk legends Rancid for over 30 years. In addition, Frederiksen has also been a member of bands such as Lars Frederiksen And The Bastards, the Old Firm Casuals and many others. His […]

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Dan Burn-Forti

We’ve Got A File On You features interviews in which artists share the stories behind the extracurricular activities that dot their careers: acting gigs, guest appearances, random internet ephemera, etc.

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Cowboy Jack Clement’s right hand and a pal to legends like Waylon Jennings and modern-day rebels like Sturgill Simpson steps out with a solo album For more, check out: (Source)

artistic collaborations, music, literature

September 1963: A young R&B combo called the Rolling Stones are rehearsing, preparing for a recording session. Their manager, former Beatles publicist Andrew Loog Oldham, was tearing his hair out. They were about to record their second single, a follow-up to their modestly successful remake of Chuck Berry’s “Come On.” But they had one problem: […]

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DEVORA may have packed up her belongings and uprooted herself from the Southwestern desert to pursue a music career in Los Angeles, but a love of its eerie, winding roads, pitch-black skies and mysterious lore came along with her for the journey. Not only can you hear DEVORA‘s connection to the region in the sparse […]

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Elvis Presley portrayed by actor Michael St. Gerard performing “Baby Let’s Play House” in 1955 in the 1990 ABC TV series “Elvis”: Rockabilly is the original punk rock, from back in the dawn of rock ‘n’ roll in the 1950s. Nothing is more rebellious and life-affirming than some greasy hillbilly gittin’ real, real gone on […]

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Orville Peck has announced dates for his fall Drive Me, Crazy tour. The country singer with an alternative flair will play over a dozen shows across the United States, starting at Nashville Pride Sept. 18 and ending at Madison Square Garden. There, Peck will open for Harry Styles Oct. 30 and 31. Between those dates, […]

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On July 5th, 2003, the Man in Black sang “Understand Your Man,” “Ring of Fire” and other classics For more, check out: (Source)

Liam Neeson stars in Netlix’s new disaster thriller The Ice Road, which is about an ice road trucker leading a dangerous rescue mission after the collapse of a remote Canadian diamond mine. It doesn’t look very good. But it does have Jason Isbell covering Johnny Cash’s trucker anthem “All I Do Is Drive” on the soundtrack, which you can listen to below.

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Bob Dylan

Alongside Hank Williams, Bob Dylan is arguably the greatest American songwriter of the 20th century. Last year’s blues-drenched Rough And Rowdy Ways proved that he’s hardly lost any of his gifts in this century, even as he approached his 80th birthday this past May 24. But the minute he walked into New York’s Columbia Studio […]

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