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“Have Yourself a Merry little Beatles’ Christmas…”

Good King Wenceslas last looked out On the Feast of Stephen, Ho! As the slow ray around about Deep and crisp and crispy. Brightly show the boot last night On the mossty cruel. Henry Hall and David Lloyd, Betty Grable, too-oo-oo. Hello, this is John speaking with his voice. We’re all very happy to be […]

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With The Jerks — Rock & Roll from America’s Heartland

Meet The Jerks I officially started working with The Jerks in the summer of 1981 but before that there would be musical interlude of a different kind. I had taken some time off school (read: dropped out) and was pretty much just filling in the time (read: having a good time) before I went back […]

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Home for the Holidays

Getting together with Dick Verucchi and Tom Joliffe on Christmas Day at the 9th Street Pub in La Salle, Illinois After nearly a thirteen-hour flight from Seoul, I am waiting for my friend Chris to pick me up at O’Hare International Airport. Home again for the holidays. I can’t believe that it has been a […]

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