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New Haven Rock Press

New Haven Rock Press was a fanzine started by writer Jon Tiven in 1967, in New Haven, Connecticut, when he was a 12 years old school boy. Around 20 issues were published until it closed in 1974.

Eric Clapton: Derek & Dominoes at the Capitol

Live Review by Jon Tiven, New Haven Rock Press, 1970

Hammer was the first group to meet the Clapton-hungry crowd at the Capitol. They're a second generation San Francisco band of a vocalist who sings ...

Edgar Winter, Johnny Winter: Johnny Winter And with Edgar Winter's White Trash at the Capitol Theater , Port Chester, NY

Live Review by Jon Tiven, New Haven Rock Press, 1970

THE ATMOSPHERE was a bit tense and strained at the Capitol this particular night as Columbia Recording Studios was recording all of what was going ...

Allman Brothers Band: The Allman Brothers Band: Rapping with Duane Allman and Berry Oakley

Interview by Jon Tiven, New Haven Rock Press, Winter 1970

DUANE ALLMAN and Berry Oakley are respectively, the guitarist and bassist for the Allman Brothers Band. Between shows at University of New Haven, I got ...

The Band, Seatrain: The Band at Central Park

Live Review by Nick Tosches, New Haven Rock Press, Fall 1970

ON THE night of June 29, The Band played to the biggest crowd in the four-year history of the now-traditional Central Park Summer Beer Festival ...

Deep Purple, UFO: Deep Purple vs. UFO

Essay by Metal Mike Saunders, New Haven Rock Press, 1972

TIME AGAIN for one of those legendary matchups, a method which has in the past answered such immortal questions as: Could Eric Clapton shut down ...

Patto: Ollie Halsall

Interview by Jon Tiven, New Haven Rock Press, April 1973

PATTO MAY not be the richest and most famous band ever to step out of their rock 'n' roll shoes, but in my book they ...

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