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Interview with Ray Sorenson
The seasoned singer-songwriter from Down Under has released a great new single, with a debut album soon to follow. Digital Journal was keen to find out more.
Review: ‘Totally British 70's Rock 'n' Roll’
Although rock 'n' roll originated in the United States, the contribution of these islands to contemporary music is unparalled. Lie back and listen.
Review: Thin Lizzy — 'Bad Reputation'
Dublin - Does the world need another documentary about Thin Lizzy? If you need to ask that question, you don't know what rock music is all about.
The other Diamond Jubilee — The UK Singles Chart
The Queen may be celebrating her Diamond Jubilee today, but there is another later this year, when the official UK Singles Chart reaches its glorious sixtieth.
Op-Ed: Phil Lynott plays the O2
London - Twenty-six years after his premature death, the Boy is back in Town for a two and a half month stint at the O2 in London's Docklands.
Gary Moore drank himself to death
Estepona - Rock guitarist Gary Moore was found dead in his Spanish hotel room just over a year ago. His official cause of death has just been announced.
Just Out: The Grand Slam 1984 Tour Guide
Scandinavia's Number 1 Phil Lynott fan has now published the complete 1984 tour guide for Grand Slam, lavishly illustrated with dozens of scans.
Op-Ed: Phil Lynott — 26 years gone, not forgotten
Dublin - Phillip Parris Lynott died 26 years ago today, but he still casts a giant shadow over contemporary rock, and his spirit lives on.
Thin Lizzy guitarist Gary Moore dies in sleep
Gary Moore, the former Thin Lizzy guitarist was found dead in his hotelroom in Costa Del Sol, Spain, yesterday. Moore was 58 years old.
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Vince Neil hangs out with Donnie Hogan while his older sister Anna Nicole Smith (Vickie Lynn Hogan) gets ready for her date with the rocker. Vince Neil is the lead singer of Motley Crue and is an international star.
Thin Lizzy performing in Newcastle, April 1979, photographed by a die hard fan. In the background is lead guitarist Gary Moore, who like Phil Lynott is now sadly no longer with us.
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