Interview by Barney Hoskyns, Rock's Backpages Audio, July 1991
The Hawk recalls rockin' out of Canada with his teenage Hawks - road stories, show business sharks and wild times, taking in Roulette's Morris Levy, Bob Dylan, John Lennon and, of course, ex-Hawks The Band.
File format: mp3; in 3 parts, total file sizes: 81mb, total interview length: 1h 18' 25" sound quality: ***
ARTICLES IN LIBRARY
Overview by Charlie Gillett, Record Mirror, June 1969
ROCK AND roll was the victory of regional locality over the world, of precise beliefs over general theory, of particular feelings over universal philosophies. ...
Live Review by Mike Jahn, New York Times, The, March 1970
Ronnie Hawkins on Fillmore Bill Arkansan Shares Program With Stone the Crows ...
Interview by Mike Jahn, New York Times Special Features Syndication, September 1972
THE HAWK blew into town recently, spewing one-liners and hoping that his big mouth would bring him fame instead of trouble this time. ...
Live Review by Stephen M H Braitman, Phonograph Record, December 1976
WHEN THE announcement came, 5,000 tickets at $25 each were sold out almost immediately. This was the final show, "The Last Waltz." The Band — ...
Review by Tom Graves, Rock & Roll Disc, September 1990
IM CONVINCED that Ronnie Hawkins name has been kept alive in rock literature for over 30 years, not because of anything he actually did ...
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