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Kansas: Kansas

Review by Max Bell, New Musical Express, April 1975

KANSAS ARE THE latest group to hoist the Dixie flag, though thankfully they don't seem anxious to broadcast the fact that "the South is gonna ...

Kansas: City Stars

Interview by Todd Everett, Phonograph Record, March 1976

KANSAS CITY — The way Kansas see it, their main problem these days is that of their image. Which has to do with their having ...

Bad Company: Bored Company

Live Review by Steven Rosen, Sounds, June 1976

Bad Company/Kansas: Inglewood Forum, Los Angeles ...

(1) Who Are These Persons and (2) Why the Silly Clothes?

Interview by Pete Makowski, Sounds, April 1977

(1) They're Kansas, one hot US band (2) They're pictured at a ritzy bash to celebrate the platinum status of their current long player Leftoverture. ...

The State of American Football (Is it Colorado, Nevada or Kansas?)

Report and Interview by Geoff Barton, Sounds, February 1978

This is in fact a feature about a rock band by GEOFF BARTON ...

American revolution: Aerosmith, Boston, Kansas and co.

Overview by Chris Welch, Melody Maker, February 1978

LIKE A FOREST fire, the flames of the new wave roared across the British rock scene, leaving behind a charred and blackened landscape. A few ...

Wayward Sons in Slot Machine City: Kansas

Report and Interview by Ian Birch, Melody Maker, February 1978

TWO DAYS in Las Vegas and your grip on sanity begins to slip. You can even buy a T-shirt there emblazoned with the gem: "I've ...

Q&A: Rich Williams of Kansas Talks History, Houston and Will Ferrell

Interview by Bob Ruggiero, Houston Press, May 2008

IN THE REALM of classic rock warhorse bands, few have managed to straddle genres like Kansas. Fist pumping FM rock anthems ('Carry On Wayward Son', ...

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