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There ain't too many of us left.
He's a cheerfully non-iconic rocker, with old-school cool oozing from every pore.
Homeless runaway? Backstage intruder? Daredevil gymnast? Rock guitar virtuoso, playing to tens of thousands of fans?
E Street will never be quite the same.
Jackson Browne, Alice Cooper, David Crosby and Graham Nash will perform in Tucson, Arizona, to benefit a charitable fund established after the shooting there that killed six people and wounded 13 others.
Jackson Browne, Alice Cooper, David Crosby and Graham Nash will perform in Tucson, Ariz., to benefit a charitable fund established after the shooting there that killed six people and wounded 13 others.
Seldom noted in the spate of music-industry obituaries these days is the imperiled fate of big recording studios. In June, Sony Music Studios joined its Manhattan neighbor the Hit Factory, Cello Studios in Los Angeles and the Alabama soul sanctuary Muscle Shoals Sound Studios on a growing list of legendary recording spaces that have shuttered in the past two years.