• Saturday Evening

    The evening of May 5, 2001, featuring Cheap Trick, Booker T. Jones, Lucinda Williams, The Wallflowers, and The Cult. Review by James Mann. Photos by June Rich.

  • Aerosmith

    Just Push Play (Columbia). Review by Brian Kruger.

  • Tony Iommi

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    Guitar-god Slash has officially left his Guns N’ Roses days behind, concentrating full time on his one-time side project, the Snakepit. Gail Worley speaks with Slash and vocalist Rod Jackson about the dissolusion of the Gunners and the future of the Snakepit.

  • The Cult

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