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October 26th,Time Travel

1958 The first rock concert in Germany is held in Berlin, and it doesn’t go well, as agitated youth fight during a performance by Bill Haley and his Comets. By the time police clear the Berlin Sportpalast, where the concert is held, five policemen and six audience members are seriously injured. 1980 While recording the band’s latest album, Paul Katner of Jefferson Starship is taken to LA’s Cedars-Sinai Medical Center after he (correctly) suspects he’s having a brain hemorrhage. His wife initially doesn’t believe him, but eventually calls the hospital’s front desk, requesting “would you please get an ambulance for this asshole?” He...

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“Landline”

For fans of “Obvious Child,” the film’s main trio — including writer and director Gillan Robespierre, writer Liz Holm, and star Jenny Slate, who love working together and we hope never stop — are back on the big screen with their ’90s-era throwback “Landline,” which will be released in select theaters next month. Our Sundance review pegged it as being even better than “Obvious Child,”  as it’s “the rare movie that appreciates the difference between the pleasure of standing in the water and the satisfaction of soaking in it — the difference between trying someone on for size and swishing around in their...

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“Gemini”

This year’s opening night film hails from BAM alum Aaron Katz, who returns with a stylish and unexpected new thriller, starring Lola Kirke and Zoë Kravitz, which was recently picked up by NEON. In our review, we billed it “a charming two-hander that — at least in its first act — has the makings of a gender-swapped episode of ‘Entourage.’ Jaded movie star Heather (Kravitz) annoys the hell out of her devout assistant Jill (Kirke), coping with the actress as she abruptly decides to ignore desperate calls from her agent and drop out of a major project. Over the course...

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Pennan Brae

Walk With Me by Pennan Brae http://indieartistradio.net/wp-content/uploads/2017/10/Pennan-Brae-Walk-With-Me.mp3 Website Pennan Brae’s music has a 1970s tinge employing lush string arrangements, roaming pedal steel guitar and a rich, driving beat. Pennan’s 4th release, ‘The Astronot’, features 11 songs that serve as a soundtrack for the accompanying feature film ‘The Astronot’, which Pennan wrote, co-produced, and acted in. The lead singles, ‘Walk With Me’ & ‘Crashland’ feature drummer Steve Ferrone (Tom Petty & The Heartbreakers, Eric Clapton) & bassist Garry Gary Beers (INXS). The album was mixed by producer Kirk Kelsey (3 Doors Down, Creed) & mastered at Abbey Road Studios by...

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Fats Domino, rock ‘n’ roll pioneer and ‘Blueberry Hill’ singer, dead at 89

Fats Domino, the amiable rock ‘n’ roll pioneer whose steady, pounding piano and easy baritone helped change popular music while honoring the traditions of the Crescent City, died Tuesday. He was 89. Mark Bone, chief investigator with the Jefferson Parish, Louisiana, coroner’s office, said Domino died of natural causes at 3:30 a.m. Tuesday. Fats Domino (1928 – 2017) Fats Domino, the early rock ‘n’ roll superstar who sang enduring songs including “Blueberry Hill,” died Tuesday, Oct. 24, 2017, according to multiple news sources. He was 89. “Blueberry Hill” was Domino’s biggest hit, occupying the No. 1 spot on Billboard’s Rhythm...

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