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Castle Macfarlane chooses an expansive moniker to go with his expansive vision

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Winnipeg Free Press
By: Eva Wasney 
| Posted: 7:00 PM CDT Tuesday, Apr. 13, 2021
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While Castle Macfarlane is a physical place — mossy ruins of the 15th century stronghold remain in the Scottish Highlands — it is also a creative homecoming for Winnipeg musician Matt Macfarlane, who has adopted the moniker for his debut as a solo artist.
While Castle Macfarlane is a physical place — mossy ruins of the 15th century stronghold remain in the Scottish Highlands — it is also a creative homecoming for Winnipeg musician Matt Macfarlane, who has adopted the moniker for his debut as a solo artist.
After more than a decade playing in local pubs and fronting underground rock bands, Macfarlane, 33, has taken the pandemic as an opportunity to step out on his own. Last month, he released 

Nita Strauss Wants To Team Up With Becky Lynch In WWE- Wrestling Inc.

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Guitarist Nita Strauss believes she is athletic enough to compete inside a WWE ring.
During an appearance on SK Wrestling’s UnSKripted podcast, Strauss said that if she were to enter the ring, she’d be “a pretty athletic wrestler” capable of doing some high-flying spots.
“I’m pretty athletic already, so I imagine being a pretty athletic wrestler,” said Strauss. “If I was to ever get in the ring, hopefully someday and get to do a couple of spots, I’d like to have an interesting match. I don’t know if I can ever be as accomplished as the real Lucha Libre guys, but get some high-flying spots in. Get some interesting move sets in. That’s what I want to do.”

Joe and Jill Biden to get their own graphic novel after Jill's comic book

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Delaware News Journal
A boost in traffic on social media, a new house and a dedicated plane are all perks that Joe and Jill Biden inherited after becoming president of the United States and first lady.
On Oct. 13 the couple will receive a new perk: their own graphic novel titled "First Family: The Bidens."
This illustrated biography, published by TidalWave Comics, tells a tale about one of America's youngest senators who climbed the ranks to become the 46th president of this country — while accompanied by a mother, grandmother and lifelong educator whose career journey was complemented by a stint as first lady. 

Music legend pays homage to North-East amid latest success

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North-East drumming legend pays homage to region amid latest success
A NORTH-EAST music legend is celebrating after his online music academy has secured a "super exciting" new partnership.
The online music education provider RockAcad has struck up a partnership with one of the UK’s oldest examination boards, Trinity College London, meaning you can now earn a music diploma through the site. 
RockAcad was founded by North-East drummer David Green, known for his work with Andy Taylor of Duran Duran and regional favourite Sam Fender.
Speaking to The Northern Echo, Mr Green paid homage to the North-East when announcing RockAcad's latest success.

Alice Cooper Cancels Tour- Replaced at Moondance Jam

Halestorm has been announced as the new headliner for that night.

Joe and Jill Biden to get their own graphic novel after Jill's comic book

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Just like Dolly, Cher and Betty White, Dr. Jill Biden is a comic book hero, and next she and Joe will star in a graphic novel together

Where Are They Now? — Poobah

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Where Are They Now? — Poobah
Since their incarnation in the early 1970s, the band Poobah have recorded over a dozen albums with various lineups, while opening for some of rock and roll’s biggest names. Now the band is back with the album "evolver/revlove."
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Poobah have recorded over a dozen albums with various lineups, while opening for some of rock and roll’s biggest names. The one constant in Poobah, though, is guitarist/singer
Jim Gustafson, who has led the band for five decades, directing them through rock music’s many trends, yet holding ground with a classic guitar rock feel.

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The Slider Provider Meat Plant in Lebanon is one of only three production plants for the company. They create the 100% all-beef patties for the restaurants and the frozen food operations for the Ohio-based company.
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In the early 1990s, White Castle began to offer table service and reservations to couples looking for a unique way to celebrate Valentines Day.
White Castle began individually boxing its 100% all-beef sliders in 1931.
Once voted the most influential hamburger of all time, the White Castle slider celebrates its 100th birthday this year.
Started in 1921 by Billy Ingram in Wichita, Kansas, White Castle has had a kitschy effect on the culture. The 100th birthday is being celebrated in several ways from birthday cake on a stick to special soda concoctions to a contest to get a restaurant booth dedicated.

15 Songs From the 1970s You'll Recognize From the First Few Notes

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Although the roots of rock and metal go back further, the 1970s is when the genres truly rose to prominence, with many of their most enjoyable and influential tunes arriving within the decade.
While there are several reasons for why those classic tunes endure — memorable lyrics, captivating melodies, iconic vocals, groundbreaking instrumentation — their openings are almost always the main factor.
After all, there are countless examples of songs whose first few measures are so essential that even the most casual listeners will recognize them (even if they don’t know where the tracks go afterward).
Whether it’s the simplicity of a killer guitar riff, the emotional eloquence of an acoustic arpeggio, or something equally appealing, the following fifteen picks — most of which are stylistic standards by now — will definitely grab you from the start.

Original Alice Cooper Group Still Angry with Late Glen Buxton


Original Alice Cooper Group Still Angry with Late Glen Buxton
The song is one of two on Cooper’s album
Detroit Stories to feature bassist Dennis Dunaway, drummer Neal Smith and guitarist Michael Bruce. The lyrics involve the members addressing each other directly about their negative traits, before they all turn their ire on late guitarist Glen Buxton, who died in 1997, saying: “We hate you, we hate your sneer / The cigarettes, the smell of beer / But most all we’re filled with rage / At the empty space you left on stage.”
In a recent interview with
Classic Rock, Ezrin explained: “It’s very truthful in the sense that they all aired their grievances with each other in a very loving, openhearted comical way.” He continued: “They all shared the laugh. But then they all came together and told the most fundamental truth about the Alice Cooper group as it is now, that there is a hole on stage. And because Glen gave himself away, in a way, they’re angry with him. They love him so much, and they still talk about him all the time.”

Now's your chance to revisit live shows from Blondie, Alice Cooper, Elton John, Aerosmith and more

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Lockdown restrictions are starting to lift, and many of us can't wait to get to a gig.  In the meantime though, there's a whole selection of incredible shows that you can revisit to get you excited to return to concerts. Qello Concerts have created a 'World Tour' over the course of three weeks, with shows from Blondie, Slash, Alice Cooper, Green Day and Aerosmith and many more.

'I Was an Ambassador for Satan': How God Used Alice Cooper to Deliver This High Priestess of White Witchcraft

Simone Peer never saw anything wrong with being a white witch. In her mind, it was the 'good side' of the occult. Simone grew up learning about the occult from her mom, who consulted psychics, and spirits. "Horoscopes, numerology, the Ouija Board, seeing ghosts, psychic phenomenon, was normal."

Nita Strauss On If She Thinks Alice Cooper Should Go Into WWE Hall of Fame

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In an interview with Wrestling Inc, rock guitarist and frequent WWE collaborator Nita Strauss gave her thoughts on if Alice Cooper should go into the WWE Hall of Fame. Cooper appeared for WWE at Wrestlemania III, where he was in the corner of Jake Roberts. Here are highlights:
On her latest projects: “I’ve been working on my next record. I get in this really artistic frame of mind where I’m not doing a whole lot of other stuff. So now I’ve been kind of needing to binge everything that’s going on. I didn’t know I was going to be here (in Tampa) until a few days ago. The big departure is I’m actually going to have some guest vocalists on this one. That’s something I didn’t do previously. I just wanted to sort of make a stand as an instrumental guitar player, and this time around, I kind of want to show what I can do as a songwriter as well. So there’s going to be a couple songs that are more traditional hard rock songs that have guest vocalists on it that I’m really excited about. I cannot say [who they are] just yet, but I will say that one that I have confirmed is one of my favorite female singers out there on the scene right now, and I’m very very excited to finally get to collaborate with her on something.”

Alice Cooper says Jimi Hendrix was the first person to ever give him weed


Alice Cooper says Jimi Hendrix was the first person to ever give him weed
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For Alice Cooper, marijuana was never going to give him a better story than his first toke, which was at a party in a hotel room with Jimi Hendrix.
On a recent episode of the SDR Show, the Godfather of Shock Rock looked back on one of his first-ever experiences with pot.
Cooper says he and his high school band mates went to see the Jimi Hendrix Experience in Arizona and somehow got invited to the after-party.
"...[W]e were just a little high school band, but they said, 'Hey, come on up to the hotel room.' And we were sitting on his bed, and Jimi [offered a joint] and I went, 'Okay.'"

Original Alice Cooper Group Still Angry with Late Glen Buxton


Original Alice Cooper Group Still Angry with Late Glen Buxton
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When the surviving members of the original Alice Cooper band roasted each other on their new track “I Hate You,” they were also sharing a “fundamental truth” about themselves, producer Bob Ezrin said.
The song is one of two on Cooper’s album
Detroit Stories to feature bassist Dennis Dunaway, drummer Neal Smith and guitarist Michael Bruce. The lyrics involve the members addressing each other directly about their negative traits, before they all turn their ire on late guitarist Glen Buxton, who died in 1997, saying: “We hate you, we hate your sneer / The cigarettes, the smell of beer / But most all we’re filled with rage / At the empty space you left on stage.”

15 Songs From the 1970s You'll Recognize From the First Few Notes

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Although the roots of rock and metal go back further, the 1970s is when the genres truly rose to prominence, with many of their most enjoyable and influential tunes arriving within the decade.
While there are several reasons for why those classic tunes endure — memorable lyrics, captivating melodies, iconic vocals, groundbreaking instrumentation — their openings are almost always the main factor.
After all, there are countless examples of songs whose first few measures are so essential that even the most casual listeners will recognize them (even if they don’t know where the tracks go afterward).
Whether it’s the simplicity of a killer guitar riff, the emotional eloquence of an acoustic arpeggio, or something equally appealing, the following fifteen picks — most of which are stylistic standards by now — will definitely grab you from the start.

Original Alice Cooper Group Still Angry with Late Glen Buxton

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Original Alice Cooper Group Still Angry with Late Glen Buxton
The song is one of two on Cooper’s album
Detroit Stories to feature bassist Dennis Dunaway, drummer Neal Smith and guitarist Michael Bruce. The lyrics involve the members addressing each other directly about their negative traits, before they all turn their ire on late guitarist Glen Buxton, who died in 1997, saying: “We hate you, we hate your sneer / The cigarettes, the smell of beer / But most all we’re filled with rage / At the empty space you left on stage.”
In a recent interview with
Classic Rock, Ezrin explained: “It’s very truthful in the sense that they all aired their grievances with each other in a very loving, openhearted comical way.” He continued: “They all shared the laugh. But then they all came together and told the most fundamental truth about the Alice Cooper group as it is now, that there is a hole on stage. And because Glen gave himself away, in a way, they’re angry with him. They love him so much, and they still talk about him all the time.”

Lucky Oceans at 70, reflects on a life as one of the world's greatest pedal steel guitarists

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Lucky Oceans is considered one of the world's greatest pedal steel guitarists.
As he approaches his 70th birthday this month, Oceans says his best work is still ahead of him.
That's a big call — Oceans has played around the globe with an exhaustive list of big names including Eric Clapton, Willie Nelson, Jerry Lee Lewis and Van Morrison.
He's even won two Grammy Awards and had seven nominations.
After leaving the US in 1981, Lucky Oceans settled in Fremantle, Western Australia with his wife and started a family.
It's in this adopted home town that he will celebrate his 70 years with a concert that will bring together a plethora of musicians he's collaborated with through the years.

Planet Rock - Nights with Alice Cooper

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Planet Rock
Nights with Alice Cooper
The original master of shock rock, Alice Cooper presents "Nights with Alice", playing great tunes and telling a tale or two from his incredible career.

15 Songs From the 1970s You'll Recognize From the First Few Notes

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Although the roots of rock and metal go back further, the 1970s is when the genres truly rose to prominence, with many of their most enjoyable and influential tunes arriving within the decade.
While there are several reasons for why those classic tunes endure — memorable lyrics, captivating melodies, iconic vocals, groundbreaking instrumentation — their openings are almost always the main factor.
After all, there are countless examples of songs whose first few measures are so essential that even the most casual listeners will recognize them (even if they don’t know where the tracks go afterward).
Whether it’s the simplicity of a killer guitar riff, the emotional eloquence of an acoustic arpeggio, or something equally appealing, the following fifteen picks — most of which are stylistic standards by now — will definitely grab you from the start.

For the Detroit Music Awards in a milestone year, life is virtually fine


Like so much of the entertainment world one year ago, the Detroit Music Awards faced a stark choice: Throw in the towel — or head to the Internet.
With its Fillmore Detroit event canceled because of COVID-19, the DMAs team quickly whipped together a virtual version of the annual show, an “all in this together” production beamed from a host of living rooms. Packed with home-taped segments of widely varying quality — including figures such as Sting, Alice Cooper, Chad Smith and Uncle Kracker — the program became a charmingly ragged, emblematic artifact of that surreal spring of 2020.
With a big in-person gathering still off-limits, the Detroit Music Awards will reprise the virtual concept for its 2021 show, a 30th anniversary celebration that starts at 8 p.m. Sunday. Having moved to the stable grounds of Facebook, and with a year to have streamlined the production, DMA organizers are promising a slicker version this go-round.

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