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Report and Interview by Richard Cromelin, Los Angeles Times, 14 May 1978
TODD RUNDGREN, who usually alights in medium-size halls with his band Utopia, opens a week-long solo stand Wednesday at the 500-seat Roxy. The show will ...
Report and Interview by Ben Edmonds, Creem, November 1974
1972: THE FIRST – and to be disastrously short-lived – tour of Todd Rundgren's Utopia has stopped for a breather in Chicago. The band is ...
Report and Interview by Marc Weingarten, MOJO, June 1996
THERE ARE ROUGHLY two kinds of pop musician: two-bit hacks who try to squeeze everything they can out of hokey harmonies and three threadbare chords ...
Report and Interview by Sandy Robertson, Sounds, 5 April 1980
THIS ONE can talk. He'll talk abut anything you care to mention or that wanders into his apres-gig mind, be it his bisexual pedigree dog, ...
Report and Interview by Don Snowden, Los Angeles Times, 28 January 1984
WHAT DO FELLINI soundtrack composer Nino Rota and the late jazz great Thelonious Monk have in common? ...
Report and Interview by Adam Sweeting, Daily Telegraph, 11 July 2012
The blonde half of Hall & Oates, Daryl Hall, is fast becoming quite the English gent, he tells Adam Sweeting . ...
Report and Interview by Jim Esposito, Zoo World, 10 May 1973
2013 NOTE: A big Savoy Brown fan back in the day, much as I loved the group's transformation which produced Street Corner Talking I was ...
Report and Interview by Chris Charlesworth, Melody Maker, 4 May 1974
RINGING EARS are a symptom of excessive listening to loud rock and roll. When the ears tingle after a gig, you know the band in ...
Report and Interview by Charles Shaar Murray, NME, 2 June 1973
LEON WANTED US TO LIVE IN HIS HOUSE...WE WEREN'T INTERESTED NEEDLESS TO SAY ...
Report and Interview by Anne Moore, Valley Advocate, 3 October 1973
LOS ANGELES – The New York Dolls are waiting to play a gig. The dressing room is crowded with well-wishers, friends, and groupies, this generation's ...
Report and Interview by Steven Rosen, Gibson.com, 16 April 2008
THE STORAGE CLOSET in Todd Rundgren's Mink Hollow Road studio was closed. But it wasn't locked. Big difference. If there were anything of value in ...
Report and Interview by Charles Bermant, No Depression, 6 April 2012
RICHARD THOMPSON is messing with the standard performer/audience equation in two ways this year. There was his participation in the Cayamo Songwriters' cruise in February, ...
Report and Interview by Steven R Rosen, Denver Post, 29 October 1995
"YOU THINK THERE'LL be enough interest in this that I'll be able to make a fortune giving theremin lessons?" ...
Report and Interview by Sandy Robertson, Sounds, 13 October 1979
HURRAH'S IS, for the moment, the in-crowd club in New York's rock circle, having taken over the limelight from CBGB and Max's. Those who seem ...
Report and Interview by Susan Whitall, Creem, June 1982
"Now no one will be able to accuse us of being fags that sing like the Spinners."Daryl Hall, to Jaan Uhelszki, August 1977. ...
Report and Interview by Max Bell, NME, 25 September 1976
Excuse the pun it's Rick Derringer, of course, knockin' 'em down with hardnose rock'n'roll. ...
Report and Interview by Jonh Ingham, Sounds, 24 April 1976
THE SEX PISTOLS are four months old, so tuned in to the present that it's hard to find a place to play. Yet they already ...
Report and Interview by Larry Sloman, Rolling Stone, 21 November 1974
NEW YORK — It looked like old times at Columbia's A&R Studio September 16th. John Hammond Sr. was there, Phil Ramone was working the board. ...
Report and Interview by Tom Hibbert, Q, January 1991
OUTSIDE THE Grugahalle, a monstrous concert erection in Essen, Germany, a bearded fellow bearing more than a passing resemblance to the young Charles Manson is ...
Report and Interview by Richard Riegel, Creem, July 1979
"IT'S LIKE I always tell people," says Rick Nielsen, "'I'm not a conservative, I'm a realist'." ...
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