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Cover Story: William Patrick Corgan

Cover Story: William Patrick Corgan

| November 1, 2017 | 1 Comment

When the Jedi Master speaks, the humble light saber student must sit quietly at his feet and listen. And Smashing Pumpkins anchor Billy Corgan – who has recently re-dubbed himself with the more mature moniker of William Patrick Corgan, under which he just released the skeletal, Rick Rubin-produced solo set Oglilala, one of his best […]

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Photo Gallery: Farm Aid 30 @ FMBP

Photo Gallery: Farm Aid 30 @ FMBP

| September 21, 2015

A day for family farming on the lakefront…

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Stage Buzz – Live Shots: Neil Young

Stage Buzz – Live Shots: Neil Young

| April 23, 2014 | 0 Comments

IE’s Curt Baran captured the legendary Canadian troubadour on Monday night…

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Neil Young live!

Neil Young live!

| May 11, 2011 | 0 Comments

Neil Young strolled onto the stage at the Chicago Theatre on Friday night as casually as a man entering a friend’s living room. He patiently surveyed the sparse surroundings, almost as if he was taking inventory for his two-night residency. But, as soon as he slipped on an acoustic guitar, he was all business.

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Spins: Neil Young

Spins: Neil Young

| February 1, 2010 | 0 Comments

When Young Was Restless: Reissues (Reprise) Even though it may not have been evident at first, in hindsight it’s obvious that Neil Young would be Buffalo Springfield’s breakout star. It’s his songs – not Stephen Stills’ or Jim Messina’s or Richie Furay’s – that eventually transcended their era. There’s some hippie-dippy flower waving going on, […]

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Graham Nash interview

Graham Nash interview

| March 2, 2009 | 0 Comments

Graham Nash Still Young Crosby, Stills, and I were at my house in Hawaii for the past 10 days rehears- ing a new record,” Graham Nash says from a New York hotel. Tentatively titled Laurel Canyon, it will be the first CSN effort composed entirely of cover versions. The concept came from their label, Columbia. […]

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