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By GENE STOUT His live set may be dubbed “The Worst Comedy Show EVER,” but comedian Craig Gass can count Pearl Jam’s Mike McCready and Alice in Chains’ Jerry Cantrell and Sean Kinney among his fans. All three Seattle rock musicians are featured on Gass’s new CD/DVD, “The Worst Comedy Show EVER,” which was released […]
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By GENE STOUT Raised on the Oregon coast, Jerry Dennon became one of the legendary personalities of early Northwest rock – not as a musician, but as a record promoter who played a key role in making The Kingsmen’s version of “Louie Louie” a huge success. In the mid-‘50s, Dennon was hired by Portland’s BG […]
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With the Beatles at the helm, the so-called British Invasion of the early ’60s rocked American music, changing styles, sensabilities and tastes in the gloomy aftermath of the John F. Kennedy assassination. Though Beatlemania was the dominant force, enthusiasm for all things Brtitish led to successive waves of teenage delerium throughout the United States as […]
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