Christopher J. Scalia

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They’re Still Alive

Washington Free Beacon In 1996, the Chicago rock band Local H asked, “If I was Eddie Vedder / Would you love me any better?” It…

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Roll the Credits

Washington Free Beacon Sitcom directors are humble figures in Hollywood’s hierarchy. When promoting a new show, networks may tell you the producers’ previous hits, cite…

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The Doobies Are Just Alright

Washington Free Beacon If Donald Rumsfeld were a rock critic, he might have observed that there are bands you know, bands you don’t know, and…

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Rock for the Ages

Washington Free Beacon Contrary to its subtitle, Lenny Kaye’s Lightning Striking: Ten Transformative Moments in Rock and Roll isn’t about discrete flashes in time as…

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Tapping Into Greatness

Washington Free Beacon Of the many music stars who’ve died in recent years, Eddie Van Halen has a unique place in the pantheon of pop…

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