Source: Splice Today
And now, I give you… the greatest rock and roll band of all time!
This is not one of the songs for which the Rolling Stones are celebrated. On the contrary, it's late and decadent Rolling Stones, from their last studio album in 2005, and it has little if anything to recommend it. "Rough Justice" is a shapeless self-parody, Mick Jagger bellowing tunelessly and prancing pointlessly while the distorted guitar nood ...
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Jul 15 2014, 8:32am CDT
Lucinda Williams wasn’t going to leave her fans hanging after her performance at the Taste of Chicago was canceled Saturday due to weather.
The singer’s management announced on Facebook Saturday that Williams would perform in a free, impromptu concert at Reggie's on State Street later that night.
The Grammy award-winning singer-songwriter was schedueld to open for Chicagoan and Wilco frontman Jeff Tweedy ...
Full article at: NBC5.com
Jul 13 2014, 11:24am CDT
Source: Mix 102.3
The Rolling Stones stars Mick Jagger and Charlie Watts have filmed a skit to promote the Monty Python comedy troupe's live comeback.
In the sketch, posted on YouTube.com on Monday Jagger jokes that the comedians, planning for a string of London reunion dates, may be past their prime.
He asks bandmate Watts, "Monty Python? Are they still going? Who wants to see that again? They're a bunch of wrinkly old men trying ...
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Jun 30 2014, 10:44pm CDT
Rolling Stones front man Mick Jagger joins band mate Charlie Watts in a self-mocking skit to promote the forthcoming Monty Python revival s ...
Full article at: BBC
Jun 30 2014, 10:38am CDT
Source: Grub Street SF
You want this. This week, Will Guidara, Daniel Humm, and their partners flung open the doors to their long-awaited revamp of the Nomad Bar. As you might expect from this group, it is much, much more than a simple bar. In fact, the new space is a two-story sanctuary, all dark wood and plush furnishings — the whole build-out is just dead sexy. But what to order once you get there? As you might also expect, Humm, executive chef James Kent, executive sous chef Ashley Abodeely, ...
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Jun 20 2014, 9:35am CDT
Source: A Deeper Shade of Soul
And round two begins...50. “Not Fade Away” (1964, from England's Newest Hitmakers) Jovan Mrvos writes: It’s April 1964 and the location is Chicago, Illinois. I’m 15 years old and a sophomore at a large all boys high school. I’m working at a fancy grocery store on the North side. Life is hell. My parents are all up inside of me. I’m stone cold girl crazy going to school with 5000 other Neanderthals. I’m drinking Budweiser and Canadian Club but looking for reefer whenever I can. I’m co ...
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May 11 2010, 9:32am CDT