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David Price
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At 63, Cyndi Lauper Still Having Fun Singing and Promoting Causes
This article 1st appeared in Sixty and Me A little more than three decades ago, singer Cyndi Lauper told us that girls just want to have fun. Today, at age 63, Lauper is teaching us that mature women can still have a good time. She also says that they can c...
This article 1st appeared in Sixty and Me A little more than three decades ago, singer Cyndi Lauper told us that girls just want to have fun. Today, at age 63, Lauper is teaching us that mature women can still have a g...
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1966: A Great Year in Music - Time Won't Let Me
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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Name That Band - Alice Cooper
In 1968, the band that would become Alice Cooper was called The Nazz. But rocker Todd Rundgren was already using that name. So after the choice of Husky Baby Sandwich was rejected, the name that the band's singer Vincent Furnier offered - Alice Cooper - was...
In 1968, the band that would become Alice Cooper was called The Nazz. But rocker Todd Rundgren was already using that name. So after the choice of Husky Baby Sandwich was rejected, the name that the band's singer Vincent Furn...
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Making the List: Alice Cooper in Atlanta 8.10.16
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 - Aerosmith
When he was in high school, Aerosmith drummer Joey Kramer used to write the word "aerosmith" on his notebooks because he thought it sounded cool. When it came time to name the new Boston band he was in to choose a name, he suggested the name from his old no...
When he was in high school, Aerosmith drummer Joey Kramer used to write the word "aerosmith" on his notebooks because he thought it sounded cool. When it came time to name the new Boston band he was in to choose a name, he su...
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Making the List: The 10 Top Bands/Artists I Wish I Had Seen Live
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 - The Association
The band "associated" with such mid-60s hits as "Cherish," "Windy," and "Along Comes Mary," almost had another A-name. According to band lore, someone suggested that the group call itself The Aristocrats. When the then-wife of singer/songwriter Terry Kirkma...
The band "associated" with such mid-60s hits as "Cherish," "Windy," and "Along Comes Mary," almost had another A-name. According to band lore, someone suggested that the group call itself The Aristocrats. When the then-wife o...
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Under the Covers - Jumping Jack Flash
For some reason, 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 t...
For some reason, 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...
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Under the Covers - The Locomotion
For some reason, 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 t...
For some reason, 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...
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1966: A Great Year in Music - Secret Agent Man
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 - The House of the Rising Sun
For some reason, 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 t...
For some reason, 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...
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1966: A Great Year in Music - California Dreaming
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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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.
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    1973
  • Bridgeton High School
    1966 - 1969
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