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  • B.B. King

    B.B. King Remembered

    14th May 2015

    B.B., who suffered from type 2 diabetes, died in his sleep at 89 and had been under home nursing care due to ill-health for some months. King was one of the hardest working blues artists ever and spent most of his long life touring.

  • Kim Fowley

    Kim Fowley

    26th January 2015

    The movie Zelig might be a suitable analogy for the life and career of that unique personage born Kim Vincent Fowley. It’s the fanciful tale of an individual who is able to insert himself at key moments in history, something Fowley accomplished at regular intervals over the past sixty years. But unlike Woody Allen’s character Leonard Zelig, Kim was not really a chameleon – his lanky frame and frequently off-beat attire put paid to that notion – and he certainly could not blend into the background of any scene. Instead, the man loudly demanded that people paid attention to him, whether they wanted to or not.

  • John Fry

    John Fry

    19th December 2014

    John Fry, founder of the world-class, world-famous Ardent Studios in Memphis, and the genial, self-effacing mentor of cult act Big Star died unexpectedly yesterday at the age of 69. Alec Palao pays his respects.

  • U Srinivas

    U SRINIVAS

    25th September 2014

    U Srinivas, 28 February 1969 – 19 September 2014 

  • Cosimo Matassa

    Cosimo Matassa

    15th September 2014

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