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News Feed for Monday, May 15

News Feed for Monday, May 15

News Feed

In the news today: Beverly Glenn-Copeland, Bon Jovi, Def Leppard, Faith No More, INXS, Lenny Kravitz, Live, Motley Crue, Pearl Jam, Pink Floyd, Red Hot Chili Peppers, Smashing Pumpkins, Soul Asylum, Stone Temple Pilots, Van Halen, Weezer, Ryuichi Sakamoto, Animal Collective, Steel Panther, Zola Jesus, Gorilla Biscuits

Jobriath A.D.

Jobriath A.D.

Screen Reviews

This early Glam rocker was written off after he came out before anyone else then anguished in obscurity until his death from AIDS in 1982. Here’s his pitch for a Broadway musical.

Saxon

Music Reviews

St. George’s Day Sacrifice - Live in Manchester (UDR Music). Review by Joe Frietze.

Saxon

Music Reviews
St. George's Day Sacrifice - Live in Manchester (UDR Music). Review by Joe Frietze.

The Sacred Triangle: Bowie, Iggy & Lou

Screen Reviews

A fascinating look at the melding of three seemingly disparate artists during a brief period of time that resulted in some of the most influential music to come out of the Seventies.

Lynam

Music Reviews

Tragic City Symphony (New Ocean Media). Review by Andrew Ellis.

Prime STH

Music Reviews

Prime STH,Beautiful Awakening,MVG Music/Music Network Records,Andrew Ellis

Butch Walker

Interviews

From Ink 19 ad rep to the Marvelous 3 to a career as a solo artist, songwriter, and producer, it’s been an interesting journey for Butch Walker, and he discusses it all in a candid interview with Gail Worley.

Metal Shop

Interviews

You may think you’ve never heard of Metal Shop, but we’ll bet you’ve heard of their alter-ego, the Discover Card commercial stars Danger Kitty. Gail Worley rides the “Love Rocket” with singer Ralph Saenz, alias Michael Diamond.

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Dark Water

Dark Water

Screen Reviews

J-Horror classic Dark Water (2002) makes the skin crawl with an unease that lasts long after the film is over. Phil Bailey reviews the new Arrow Video release.

The Shootist

The Shootist

Screen Reviews

John Wayne’s final movie sees the cowboy actor go out on a high note, in The Shootist, one of his best performances.