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Golden Grass - The Grass Roots Fan Page
California pop/rock band of the 60's and 70's, Complete discography, song information, interviews and pictures.
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VARIOUS ARTISTS. Star Power Pravda Four Stars TO '90s ALTERNATIVE bands, the cheesy, high sugar sounds of the '70s are now the mother lode for wacky covers. ...
American Political Science Review: Labour's Grass Roots: The ...
Labour's Grass Roots: The Politics of Party Membership. (book reviews). American Political Science Review, June, 1993 by Studlar, Donley T. ...
Grass Roots: The Best Of New Grass Revival CD
Grass Roots: The Best Of New Grass Revival music reviews, songs, official album cover art, track listings, sound samples, theme, tour info and so much more. ...
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Grass Roots: The Best of New Grass Revival makes an excellent summation of their career. William Ruhlmann. CUSTOMER REVIEWS. Write your own online review! > ...
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The Wrecking Crew (American Heritage)
Was Hal Blaine one of your favorite musicians back in the 1960s? How about Larry Knechtel? Carol Kaye? Oh yes they were.
Gloucester Goings on (Gloucester Daily Times)
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1. When Herman's Hermits lead Peter Noone sings "Mrs. Brown you got a luuvly dhowter," isn't it sort of creepy because he's about 85 or so, at least in Keith Richard years? No? OK, so you're fans. In that case the '60s reprise at the Genesee tonight should be just your cup o' tea. The Grass Roots and The Buckinghams will be there, too. Tickets run $33-$53. Call (312) 559-1212.
Fabulous Greaseband, Billy Currington, The Monkee's Davy Jones Headline Ocean...
Bethany Beach, Delaware (PRWeb) February 7, 2007 -- Recording industry giants and regional favorites will grace the stage at Springfest, held at the Ocean City Inlet May 3-6, 2007.
Fabulous Greaseband, Billy Currington, The Monkee's Davy Jones Headline Ocean...
Regional acts, classic carnival foods, arts and crafts and more await visitors to the annual traditional summer kickoff event. ResortQuest offers a variety of vacation rentals just minutes from the festival. (PRWeb Feb 7, 2007) Post Comment:Trackback URL:
Pushing peace, marchers take to East Palo Alto streets (San Jose Mercury News)
With banners, bands and balloons, about 1,200 marchers paraded through East Palo Alto to rally in a park Saturday, in a multiethnic demand to end the violence that has gripped the community.
Starting at the grass roots (San Bernardino Sun)
Enrollment is now open for a "A Weekend Course in Community Involvement," which will be held in two weeks in Riverside and Rialto. The courseload includes a major in punk rock with a minor in community involvement.
Years later, Noone still enjoys touring (Lake County News Sun)
He was all of 15 years old when he started performing with Herman's Hermits, and he still hadn't reached 20 when he was rubbing elbows with the Beatles and appearing on the cover of Tiger Beat. So Peter Noone has a reservoir of experience to draw from when asked what he thinks of the struggles that young stars like Lindsay Lohan and Britney Spears have encountered in the 21st century media world. ...
'WoodSongs': The little radio show that could (Louisville Courier-Journal)
This modest man's little folk show is taking over the world. When the "WoodSongs Old-Time Radio Hour" began in 1999, one college radio station carried it. This week it has nearly 500 radio affiliates and a new deal with XM Satellite Radio. Next month a filmed version of the show hits PBS.
Promoting smart growth with a new greenbelt (City Pulse)
With a modest gift, nickel-and-dimed together on a bake sale and a prayer, a small knot of local land-huggers has thrown a gigantic challenge to the boldest dreamers and planners in the area: A century from now, they want Lansing to be wrapped in green, open space.

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