Famous Grunge Singer’s New Hair Color Will Blow Your Mind

Famous Grunge Singer’s New Hair Color Will Blow Your Mind
And he said, ‘Oh.’ It was Mark Lanegan. I didn’t know anything about the Screaming Trees, I didn’t know anything about his music at all, but we all talked for awhile. He’s a great guy – intimidating, some would say, but it was a nice way to get …
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Five Iconic Landmarks to Visit Before Seeing Seattle’s Grunge Musical
To get some insider perspective, we asked local writer, and the brains behind Seattle’s Grunge: Redux walking tour, Eric E. Magnuson, for his guide to Seattle’s essential music venues. Here’s where to make a pilgrimage before booking Grunge …
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It’s almost the anniversary of the NYT grunge story
When did grunge become grunge? Perhaps there’s no one band or event that someone could point to that launched the music phenomenon, but most likely it was sometime before The New York Times got wind of it. In 1992, when the paper came a-knockin’, trying to …
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9 Female Blues Guitarists Who Will Blow You Away

9 Female Blues Guitarists Who Will Blow You Away
The electric guitar is the instrument of the boys’ club. The greatest rock players are all men! Women are stuck in the world of acoustic guitar. Not only does it appeal to their softer, feminine side, but it also guarantees them some fame, because why …
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Two of ‘Rolling Stone’s’ 100 Greatest Guitarists Are Women
Oh boy, Rolling Stone. We know you guys are out of touch, and we sure do try to cut you some slack for that. But when you make a list of the 100 greatest guitarists of all time, and only two of those people are women? (Bonnie Raitt at #89 and Joni Mitchell …
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Guitarists return for CSU alumni concert
For the first time in the 14 years Andrew Zohn has taught guitar in the Columbus State University Schwob School of Music, he’s presenting an alumni concert. “From its humble beginning (with four students), we have turned into a program” recognized …
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