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Last night, on Halloween, we went to see the Boss and the E Street Band. My good friend Little Steven was a very gracious host as always. We had dinner before the show and hung out. It was great to catch up with Max and I even ran in to my old pal Joe Lopez (a member of the road crew and great photographer – check out Joe’s photos at jolopezphotography.com) Bruce and the band put on another amazing show, even did an impromptu reggae version of ‘Monster Mash’ in celebration of Halloween.

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The Greatest Rock and Roll band in the world – The Rolling Sones have just released a new single and announced live dates! Yes, Ladies and Gentlemen they are back! The most eagerly anticipated concerts of 2012 are announced today as the greatest rock ‘n’ roll band, The Rolling Stones, confirm their long awaited return to the stage with four spectacular arena shows in London and New York. Mick Jagger, Keith Richards, Charlie Watts and Ronnie Wood at last revealed their return to live work exclusively via this video.

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It was 50 years ago October 5, 1962, that the secret agent with the license to kill – James Bond – made his cinematic debut from Ian Fleming’s book – Dr. No. Check out the official movie trailer for the very first James Bond film – ‘Dr. No’ – Sean Connery is the best Bond!!- Long live 007!!!

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Monica and I went to Niagara Falls go visit our old pals Cheap Trick this past Saturday. As always, they put on a great show! One of the last great American Rock and Roll bands. So why the freak aren’t they in the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame?!!??#%^#@!!!!!! A great band and ultra cool guys with killer guitars!! Check out Rick Nielsen’s fab museum exhibit ‘Rick’s Picks – A Lifelong Affair With Guitars & Music’ a real fine collection that everyone must see!!

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Last year producers for the popular PBS show History Detectives contacted me and told me about a viewer that had approached them about a guitar that had purportedly belonged to Bob Dylan and was possibly the guitar that he used at the Newport Folk Festival in 1965, when Dylan ‘went electric’. The guitar was a 1960’s Sunburst Stratocaster with its original case. Also in the case were thirteen pages of Dylan manuscripts and unpublished lyrics. I agreed to help authenticate the guitar. History Detectives also contacted my good friend Jeff Gold owner of RecordMecca.com and Dylan historian to help authenticate the handwritten lyrics. Read Jeff’s blog about his involvement at his site RecordMecca.com.

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