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What The New Bucks Have To Say About The Old Legend

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14 Things You Didn’t Know About Buddy Guy

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This Week in Rock Culture: July 30 – August 5

It is time for your weekly walk down memory lane! Today we’re back with another installment of Tribut’s “This Week In Rock Culture” where

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We all have an inner flower child who wears rose colored glasses & flowers in our hair. What better place to live it out

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Psychedelic Sound: The Pulse of 60’s San Francisco

The birthplace of America’s counter-culture, San Francisco was the place to be for the youth of the 1960s. A generation of young people looking

This Week in Rock Culture: July 23 – July 29

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The Ultimate Mixtape for Break Ups & Make Ups

Music can change your mood in a matter of seconds. So to help get you through the best and worst of times, we put

Make Up’s & Break Up’s: Give Me One More Chance

They say distance makes the heart grow fonder, which apparently applies to rock stars as well. Some bands use their break ups as opportunities