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AC/DC Confirms Malcolm Young's Illness

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malcomFollowing a couple days of rumors concerning the health of Malcolm Young and the future of AC/DC, the bands website has released the following statement:

"After forty years of life dedicated to AC/DC, guitarist and founding member Malcolm Young is taking a break from the band due to ill health. Malcolm would like to thank the group’s diehard legions of fans worldwide for their never-ending love and support.

In light of this news, AC/DC asks that Malcolm and his family’s privacy be respected during this time. The band will continue to make music. "

 

Conspiracy Theory: Love had Cobain Killed?

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clove(From Ultimate Classic Rock) - How can a movie that says it’s “based on official case files,” “actual audio recordings,” and “expert testimony” still come across as an irresponsible exercise in tabloid-level drama? Let’s watch the trailer for ‘Soaked in Bleach’ and find out.

Directed by Benjamin Statler, making his feature directorial debut after serving as a producer on films such as ‘Act of Valor,’ ‘Hello Herman,’ and ‘Comic-Con Episode IV: A Fan’s Hope,’ the movie delves into the conspiracy theories surrounding Kurt Cobain‘s death — mainly the one alleging that Cobain’s wife, Courtney Love, had him murdered in order to inherit his fortune.

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Talk of Kinks Reunion

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kinks(From Ultimate Classic Rockl) Talk of a Kinks reunion has been in the air since Dave Davies put the chances of a 50th anniversary cease fire at “50-50” last fall. In the meantime, the guitarist — whose dust-ups with sibling frontman Ray Davies are almost as famous as their songs — is still trying to sort out their tangled relationship.

“The thing is, there’s healthy relationships, and toxic ones,” Dave Davies told the Independent. “And the older I get, the more difficult I find it being around Ray, because — I don’t want to use the word abuse, but I feel my energy seeping away from me sometimes if I’m with him.”

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Lost Rock: Atomic Rooster - VUG

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Keyboard virtuoso Vince Crane was the guy who played the organ on the Arthur Brown classic "Fire." This is Vince's 70's band, Atomic Rooster. Great band to check out if you've yet to discover them! SR


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Kiss '75 Midnight Special!

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To a 12-year-old kid, this was what rock n roll was all about in '75! Meanwhile, here & now in 2014... this is STILL the coolest thing I'll see all day!

 

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X-Rock 103.9 Biography: SCOTT ROSENBERG
Born in:
Hammond, IN
High school:  Portage class of '81 (but was born and raised a Brickie fan)
Favorite bands and artists:  Jethro Tull, The Pretty Things, Black Sabbath, UFO, Blue Oyster Cult, Alice Cooper
Album I think you should hear:  Pretty Things “Parachute” 
Best concert ever:  Black and Blue, with Sabbath and BOC in 1981, Chicago Amphitheater
Teenage hangouts:  Portage and Hobart game rooms, Hegewisch Records (mostly Merrillville), US 30 Dragstrip, Luigi's Pizza in Hobart.
Things I did as a kid:  Collected Wacky Packages and beer cans... listen to my brother's and sisters' records (until I got a job and started buying my own)... pretended I was a disk jockey... watched way too much TV... pretended I was Ron Santo during whiffle ball games... watched way too much Cubs (which is why I'm so fragile today)... read comics, monster mags and hot rod magazines.

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