Monthly Archives: April 2001

April 24, 2001

April 24, 2001

WHEN A SAX BLUES Dick Heckstall-Smith, a legendary sax player with COLOSSEUM, Alexis Korner and many other key figures of the British blues scene had finished working on his new album “Blues and Beyond”. There are many names involved in the … Continue reading

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April 22, 2001

April 22, 2001

FLY LIKE AN EAGLE IRON MAIDEN singer Bruce Dickinson is known for his involvement in different charities. But now The Siren offers a unique opportunity for his fans to join him on a flight through taking part in eBay online auction. All … Continue reading

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April 18, 2001

April 18, 2001

BLITZKRIEG POPPED Joey Ramone, lead singer of THE RAMONES, passed away on April 15th at the age of 49. Joey, or Jeffrey Hyman, lost his battle with lymphatic cancer as he, a real punk, did not respond the treatment for … Continue reading

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April 16, 2001

April 16, 2001

ROCK WHO’S WHO TO PLAY THE WHO The long-overdue tribute to THE WHO called “Substitute: The Songs Of The Who” is to be released on June, 12th. The release received the approving nod from the band leader Pete Townshend – no wonder, as the … Continue reading

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April 12, 2001

April 12, 2001

REAL WORLD PLANT Robert Plant and Peter Gabriel are among artists who lend their voices to Afro Celt “Sound System’s Volume 3: Further in Time”. The album, a hybrid of Celtic, African and electronic music was recorded in a basement studio in East London … Continue reading

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