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Mike Sigman’s second ‘History of the Music Biz’ volume out via ‘Hits’ | Centerline.News


Mike Sigman's second 'History of the Music Biz' volume out via 'Hits' | Centerline.News
centerline.news Mike Sigman has followed his book History of the Music Biz—The Mike Sigman Interviews , which Hits Magazine published last year and featured interviews with lum…


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Amoeba


Amoeba
To All Concerned, There has been much speculation about Amoeba's future in LA. We have received a tremendous amount of support from the LA music community throughout the years and this has enabled us to build and grow one of the greatest record stores in the world. Rest assured, we are NOT closing, but we are now in a position where we may have to change locations in the coming years. By no means does this mean that Amoeba is leaving LA. We are in discussions to remain at 6400 Sunset beyond our current lease, but we are also exploring our various options and have already been offered several spaces that could suit us well. We will choose what is best at the appropriate time. Amoeba loves LA, we are committed to LA, and we have every intention of remaining in LA. Amoeba is defined by WHO we are not WHERE we are. Thank you all for your continued support!


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Vancouver’s Terry Currier, Music Millennium owner, honored by city of Portland

Super cool


Vancouver’s Terry Currier, Music Millennium owner, honored by city of Portland
columbian.com PORTLAND – Very few things are more “Portland” than Music Millennium.


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Record Collector News -Deadline Next Monday


Record Collector News -Deadline Next Monday
icontact-archive.com That Sgt. Peppers issue went fast, didnt it? Again, not to worry, our team of poets, pirates and pranksters  is working on our super-fantastic read-o-matic Sept/Oct issue!


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My Buddy: Patti Smith Remembers Sam Shepard


My Buddy: Patti Smith Remembers Sam Shepard
newyorker.com ”Our ways could not be defined or dismissed with a few words describing a careless youth. Sam Shepard and I were friends; good or bad, we were just ourselves.“


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