For the Whole World to See (Drag City)
The Murder City DevilsSunday, Feb. 15, 2009Great American Music HallBetter than: The Murder City Devils shows around the turn of the '00s -- where certain members were so smashed the sets didn't finish as much as they fantastically imploded. There's one thing you're pretty much guaranteed to hear ev ... More >>
(Photo by Robert Matheu from Ron Asheton's MySpace page)Ron Asheton, guitarist for one of the greatest rock 'n' roll bands of all time, The Stooges, was found dead at his Ann Arbor, Michigan home early this morning. He was 60 years old, and according to MTV News, the cause of his death is still bei ... More >>
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