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SBM Issue 5
>> DOOBIE BROTHERS There’s something more to the Doobie Brothers than just 30 years of classic rock ‘n roll. There is a connection they have with almost four generations of fans. ...

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ALLIGATOR STEW

Welcome To Monticello...Live!!

Review with Ray Synkane 

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THE REGULATORS

Above The Law

Review by Todd Smith

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Rhythm Pigs 

Stone Ground & Southern Fried

Review by Bands of Dixie

 

And CD Review by Mary Rudy

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The Graveyard Boogie Band by By Guilherme Vignini

 Resurrection

 

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Take a peek in the Rebel Storm Tour Diary !

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Toni Brown's columns 

MUSICAL JOURNEYS -- A LOOK BACK &  JAM ‘TIL DAWN*

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Crazy Fingers

It's a Strange Life

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>> BOSTON ARE BACK!! Proving they are more than “just another band out of Boston,” Tom Scholz and company are making headlines with what is proving to be one of the hottest summer tickets this year.

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>>Little Willie G.: Thee Midniters and Beyond  by Mark Guerrero

Legendary Chicano vocalist Little Willie G., whose fantastic musical odyssey began in the early 60’s, has a brand new CD out on Hightone Records ...>>

 

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ALICE COOPER
THE EYES OF ALICE COOPER 

CD Review by Skid

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Spoonful James 

Seven Mile Breakdown

 

 

 SBM Staff and Credits  Here

"LETS GIVE PEACE A CHANCE"

John Lennon

October 9. 1940 ~ December 8. 1980

Tribute JOHN LENNON on SBM

  W.I.N.D. from Italy 

>> FABIO DRUSIN  W.I.N.D.   started as a Trio format at the beginning of 2000, after the debut album. Before we were a quartet, with a keyboard player, but as a trio we grown up a lot, we started the art of ...

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>>38 SPECIAL ... One of the hardest working bands on the road today has got to be 38 Special. Pollstar has them touring some 200 dates a year playing coast to coast, Europe and all points in-between.  >>

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At the Redondo Beach 2003 Lobsterfest  Live reviews by Pat Benny

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FREE RADIO AIR PLAY IS POSSIBLE FOR INDEPENDENT BANDS! by Mojo Studio/Radio Show PR

On 80 Stations Around The Globe

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On 97 Stations In The USA & Canada

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Do not miss great columns:

One Fret in the Grave  by Stephen Wrench

AIRPLAY 101 and SYNDICATION 101, By Bryan Farrish

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INDIGENOUS 

Indigenous

 

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>>Unplugged with Eric Burdon For the Heartland... In the aftermath of the tragedy of the Oklahoma City bombing, many benefits were organized to raise money for the families of the victims. >>

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>>JEFF BECK ~ Who Else?
For the 55-year-old Jeff Beck time seems to have stood still. His showy metallic style has aged well with the passing years since last seen opening for Santana, yet his presentation is virtually the same...
>> CD Review by Todd Smith

 

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The Mike Reilly Band 

 Ol' Knuckleheads

 

 

 

Natchez from France  

Natchez interview  

>>The name Natchez was born in april '87. It was kind of the logical following of the band "Silver Oldaxe band" where my brother was the lead singer. Back then, we were eight people in stage. 

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 >> PETER GREEN The summer doesn’t get much hotter in New York than in the final two weeks of August. This summer seemed especially venerable to the searing heat with the Yankees setting the Bronx on fire. ...

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Some more CD Reviews by Todd Smith

LYNYRD SKYNRD

Vicious Cycle

 

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SOUTHERN GENTLEMEN

Double Your Pleasure

 

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JUDGE JACKSON

One Diamond

 

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CANNED HEAT 

 Friends In The Can

 

 

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 CD Review by Todd Smith

 

DRIVE BY TRUCKERS 

Decoration Day

 

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Cross Canadian Ragweed

Cross Canadian Ragweed

CD Review by By Guilherme Vignini

O Bando do Velho Jack

Como Ser Feliz Ganhando Pouco


Sulentic Brothers Band

South Bend

 

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Some CD Reviews by Todd Smith

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