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David Price
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Lives in Dunwoody, Georgia
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In Concert: Mudcrutch@The Tabernacle Atlanta 6.2.16
Not everyone gets a chance to relive their past, but Tom Petty is. With fellow Heartbreakers guitarist Mike Campbell and keyboardist Benmont Tench, Petty is playing live with his first band Mudcrutch again for the first time in 45 years. Here, in their own ...
Not everyone gets a chance to relive their past, but Tom Petty is. With fellow Heartbreakers guitarist Mike Campbell and keyboardist Benmont Tench, Petty is playing live with his first band Mudcrutch again for the first time ...
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Under the Covers - The Last Train to Clarksville
I have always enjoyed listening to how other artists create cover versions of original songs. Maybe it's because so many of the British Invasion songs that I began listening to in 1964 were covers. Anyway, in this ongoing series of  Under the Covers  posts,...
I have always enjoyed listening to how other artists create cover versions of original songs. Maybe it's because so many of the British Invasion songs that I began listening to in 1964 were covers. Anyway, in this ongoing ser...
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In the Hall: Every Picture Tells A Story
Like so many members of the Baby Boomer generation, music - specifically rock and its related siblings country, blues, soul, gospel, and jazz - has played a central role in my life and the society surrounding it. Cleveland DJ Alan Freed, who is credited wit...
Like so many members of the Baby Boomer generation, music - specifically rock and its related siblings country, blues, soul, gospel, and jazz - has played a central role in my life and the society surrounding it. Cleveland D...
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On This Date (1966) - The Monkees Make Their TV Debut
On this date in 1966 The Monkees debuted on TV. Here are 10 facts about The Monkees - individually known as Davy Jones, Mickey Dolenz, Michael Nesmith, and Peter Tork. Davy Jones and Mickey Dolentz were actors: Michael Nesmith and Peter Tork were musicians....
On this date in 1966 The Monkees debuted on TV. Here are 10 facts about The Monkees - individually known as Davy Jones, Mickey Dolenz, Michael Nesmith, and Peter Tork. Davy Jones and Mickey Dolentz were actors: Michael Nesmi...
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1966: A Great Year in Music - Kicks
If you're a long-time music lover, you probably have a favorite music year, a period when the songs stand out for multiple reasons. For me, that year is  1966 .  In 1966, I was 14 years old and a freshman in the South Jersey high school I attended.  Althoug...
If you're a long-time music lover, you probably have a favorite music year, a period when the songs stand out for multiple reasons. For me, that year is 1966. In 1966, I was 14 years old and a freshman in the South Jersey h...
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Under the Covers - Reasons
I have always enjoyed listening to how other artists create cover versions of original songs. Maybe it's because so many of the British Invasion songs that I began listening to in 1964 were covers. Anyway, in this ongoing series of  Under the Covers  posts,...
I have always enjoyed listening to how other artists create cover versions of original songs. Maybe it's because so many of the British Invasion songs that I began listening to in 1964 were covers. Anyway, in this ongoing ser...
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Name That Band - Bad Company
Despite reports to the contrary, singer Paul Rodgers says his popular 1970s band didn't take their name from the movie Bad Company . Rodgers said he presented the name from the title of a book of Victorian morals that showed a picture of an innocent child l...
Despite reports to the contrary, singer Paul Rodgers says his popular 1970s band didn't take their name from the movie Bad Company. Rodgers said he presented the name from the title of a book of Victorian morals that showed a...
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In the Hall: Combining a Passion for Rock and Sports
For 70-year-old Alabama native Buddy Rousso, the road to the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame was fairly typical of many older Baby Boomers: It began with a young Rousso in 1956 watching Elvis Presley perform on The Ed Sullivan Show on a neighbor's TV with his fa...
For 70-year-old Alabama native Buddy Rousso, the road to the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame was fairly typical of many older Baby Boomers: It began with a young Rousso in 1956 watching Elvis Presley perform on The Ed Sullivan Sho...
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In the Hall: What Highlights Will You Find?
Like so many members of the Baby Boomer generation, music - specifically rock and its related siblings country, blues, soul, gospel, and jazz - has played a central role in my life and the society surrounding it. Cleveland DJ Alan Freed, who is credited wit...
Like so many members of the Baby Boomer generation, music - specifically rock and its related siblings country, blues, soul, gospel, and jazz - has played a central role in my life and the society surrounding it. Cleveland D...
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Making The List: The Groups Whose 8-Tracks My Best Friend and I Listened to Over and Over in His Chevy in the later 60s.
Lists. In rock, there are set lists, and song lists, and performers lists, and equipment lists. I've always liked lists. In fact, in most of the bands I performed in, I was the one who compiled the song list and designed the set lists. So here in  Rock of A...
Lists. In rock, there are set lists, and song lists, and performers lists, and equipment lists. I've always liked lists. In fact, in most of the bands I performed in, I was the one who compiled the song list and designed the ...
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Name That Band - Bachman Turner Overdrive - Bachman Turner Overdrive
After leaving The Guess Who, Canadian rocker Randy Bachman formed a band called Bachman/Turner. Because the name sounded like that of a folk rock duo like Seals and Crofts or Brewer and Shipley, the rocking band found itself playing before the wrong audienc...
After leaving The Guess Who, Canadian rocker Randy Bachman formed a band called Bachman/Turner. Because the name sounded like that of a folk rock duo like Seals and Crofts or Brewer and Shipley, the rocking band found itself ...
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Making the List: My Top 10 Favorite Classic Rock Bands/Artists
Lists. In rock, there are set lists, and song lists, and performers lists, and equipment lists. I've always liked lists. In fact, in most of the bands I performed in, I was the one who compiled the song list and designed the set lists. So here in  Rock of A...
Lists. In rock, there are set lists, and song lists, and performers lists, and equipment lists. I've always liked lists. In fact, in most of the bands I performed in, I was the one who compiled the song list and designed the ...
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Introduction
I am a retired educator and journalist who is enjoying his new life in DC. So much to do here and so much for free.
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A grandfather of 2 (Audrey, 5, and Owen, 4) who has been attempting to master rock keyboard since 1966.
Education
  • Villanova University
    1973
  • Bridgeton High School
    1966 - 1969
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Atlanta-based freelance writer, speaker, consultant
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Dunwoody, Georgia
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Washington, DC - Bridgeton, NJ
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Passing On Your Family's History to Your Grandkids
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Sunday Soundtrack of Southern Songs: Dolly Parton Live
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If the Idea of Chewing on Insects Doesn't Bug You, Here's a Free DC Lunc...
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The 2 young women, dressed in fashionable summer DC office attire, looked down at the red napkin being held in front of them. The napkin con

Sandra Cisneros Talks Dia de Los Muertos
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Cisneros signs books for admirers Sandra Cisneros, the author of the classic The House on Mango Street who now lives in Mexico, believes she

The Devil in DC
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Make Mad Scientist Dr. Moreau Part of Your Hallloween
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If you haven't yet made your Halloween weekends plans and you would rather observe your horror than participate in it, you will want to cons

Forget the Halloween Monsters, This Year's Big Fear Is Something That's ...
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2014 will certainly be viewed as one of the most frightening Halloween seasons ever. But it is not ghastly ghosts, goblins, ghouls, and grem

Creepy Artifacts @The Smithsonian
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DC's Smithsonian museums (there are 17 of them here in the city) are among America's most visited and treasured places. But the Smithsonian

Does Washington's Football Team Need a New Name?
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With a 2-5 record, Washington's National Football League team is obviously experiencing difficulties on the field. But there is an equally o

Covering the Supreme Court
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Of all the beats that reporters cover, few are as challenging as the Supreme Court. First, there are the legal complexities of the cases tha

Our Wounded Warriors Now Remembered
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There are life-threatening injuries to confront and surmount, life-changing disabilities to meet and master, and life-shaping experiences to

A Look at the Dark Side Over the Rainbow @National Women's Art Musuem
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Star Trek Model: Boldly Going Nowhere (For a While)
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Crystal City Seeks to Become Tech Center
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Each week in our Saturday Supplement we re-post an entry of interest to both residents of the Washington area and visitors to DC that first

DC's Own Roberta Flack
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DC Critic Takes a Look at the New Fall TV Season
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Watching TV then ... ... and watching TV now DVR. OnDemand. Streaming. 800+ channels. Watching on giant home screens. On computers, laptops,

Celebrating Banned Books Week
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Even with the freedoms guaranteed by our Constitution, America has been, and continues to be, the scene of literary censorship and book bann

What Happens to a Smithsonian Temporary Exhibit After Its Display Time I...
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DC's Smithsonian museums (there are 17 of them here in the city) are among America's most visited and treasured places. But the Smithsonian

DC Holds a State Fair: Who Knew?
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The D.C. State Fair is becoming a little less Petworth and a little more Portlandia. The fair, which started in 2010 to showcase D.C.'s home

Our Constitution as a Hinge of Human History
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An artistic capturing of the debate behind the U.S. Constitution Most every American is aware of the significance of the date July 4th, 1776