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Wire Train

Wire Train

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San Francisco Rocks Again

Report by Michael Goldberg, Rolling Stone, 13 October 1983

Sixteen years after the Summer of Love, the bands that made the Fillmore famous are as mainstream as Tony Bennett. Meanwhile, a new generation of ...

Wire Train: Plato Would Have Hated Them

Interview by Rob Tannenbaum, Boston Rock, 21 February 1984

A LONG, LONG time ago — even before Chuck Berry was born — a guy named Plato announced to everyone within earshot that if he ...

Wire Train: ...In A Chamber; Wang Chung: Points On A Curve; China Crisis: Working With Fire And Steel

Review by J.D. Considine, Musician, April 1984

IT WASN'T too long ago that new wave partisans like myself (and most likely you, too) were sneering at mainstream rock for being predictable, un-threatening ...

Eye Of the Beholder: Wire Train's songs work on several levels

Report and Interview by David Gans, Record, June 1984

OAKLAND, Ca. – Neither Kevin Hunter nor Kurt Herr had much musical experience when they met at San Francisco State University and started writing songs ...

Wire Train's Hippie Conductor

Interview by Michael Goldberg, Rolling Stone, 26 March 1987

Kevin Hunter and his San Francisco-based band remain musical free spirits ...


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