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  1. Rockin' out at Seven Music FestRead the original story

    15 hrs ago | St. Albert Gazette

    ... most proficient musicians. The Montreal based singer-songwriter replied, writing, 'To quote Joe Strummer of the Clash, 'The future is unwritten...' The more we focus on any one defining idea or sound for our music, the more the path we're walking on ...


  2. Have you heard about his 'clash' with Mourinho?Read the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Football365

    The Daily Star and Metro play transfer bulls**t pat-a-cake, whilst someone who hates comparing punishments compares punishments, and Cech clashes with Jose... Don't worry, Manchester United fans: Sergio Ramos looks like Val Kilmer. City also look to finally sell Matija Nastasic, and Samuel Eto'o loves a goodbye... Morgan Schneiderlin has been forced to train with the kids, whilst the Metro close one bulls**t door but casually open another... Nothing Compares 'I don't usually like comparing punishments as you can twist the sentences to whatever moral point you want to make,' starts Brian Reade in his Daily Mirror column.


  3. The Libertines announce new albumRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday |

    ... hit the UK Top 30 and was followed by their debut album, also entitled Up The Bracket (produced by Mick Jones - The Clash). Time For Heroes was unveiled in January 2003 followed by Don't Look Back Into The Sun (August, produced by Bernard Butler). A ...


  4. Life's A RiotRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Eugene Weekly

    ... a three-fingered salute to Not a Part of It , a tight, tempestuous trio of punk-pop corndogs descended from The Clash and making music how it oughta do - with loud guitars, reckless charisma and equal doses of attitude and brilliance. I first caught ...


  5. Shepard Fairey's first exhibition in a Spanish museum opens at the Cac M lagaRead the original story

    Monday Jun 29 | Art Daily

    ... Soviet propaganda, street art, images of Americana, 1960s psychedelic rock posters, The Sex Pistols, Bob Marley, The Clash, Angela Davies and Jesse Jackson. Street art has recently acquired enormous importance and is, if anything, more popular than ...


  6. Jean Theory: Tracing America's History Through Denim TrendsRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Jun 29 | E! Online

    ... off-duty uniform. 1970s Punk rock and the counterculture movement, instigated by the likes of The Ramones and The Clash, fueled an interest in the distorted and distressed. You can peg your affinity to pant holes and acid wash to this decade. 1979 A ...


  7. Scott ReckerRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Jun 29 | LEO Weekly

    ... is a rowdy modern garage-punk outfit complete with heavy hooks and fuzz. If you own more records by The Band than The Clash, see Shovels & Rope. Otherwise, see Twin Peaks. First Aid Kit (3:00 - 4:00) vs. White Reaper (2:45 - 3:30) The Swedish ...


  8. Reptilian Shape ShifterRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Jun 29 | Q104.5

    Conspiracy theories are quite entertaining. I'm not sure who is lying, who is crazy or where in the world this stuff comes from, but if its not true, who comes up with this stuff? Then, how do people believe it? Am I crazy for not halfway believing we have reptilian peeps infiltrating the human population to steer us onto another path? Is this minister really a demon? an alien? or have I just run out of the things to talk about? For the past 13 years, Jones has had a band called Carbon/Silicon with Tony James, who was previously in a British punk band that started the same year as The Clash and whose lead singer went on to a solo career.


  9. June 29, 1982: The Clash unleashes furious set at KinsmenRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Jun 29 | Edmonton Journal

    "For a few minutes in the smoke-filled Fuehrerbunker known as the Kinsmen Fieldhouse, it seemed The Clash might not have the chance to live up to its legend as 'The Only Band That Matters,' " began a Journal concert review. "After kicking off with a rousing London Calling, followed by Spanish Bombs, the British quartet had to halt a crunching rendition of Know Your Rights when the press at stage front became so oppressive it seemed some of the audience might fall on a thicket of nail-filled boards."


  10. The Sound Of Twin Danger: Frank Sinatra Meets The ClashRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Jun 28 | WNED

    ... NPR's Arun Rath: "We always said about how we wanted the band to look and be on stage: if Frank Sinatra was in The Clash." Vanessa Bley came up with the name Twin Danger. She explains why: "In Manhattan, I'd go to this bar near 21st and Park . ...


  11. Glastonbury's best kept secretsRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Jun 27 | Newsday

    A mythical and magical underground bar, a hot tub, a sauna, a woodland chill-out zone, even flushing toilets. We investigate the best-kept secrets at the Glastonbury Festival.


  12. Johnny Cash and Joe Strummer cover Bob Marley - What is your favorite cover?Read the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Jun 27 | WKXW-FM Trenton

    Did you have any idea this cover existed? I certainly didn't, but I'm glad I stumbled upon it. Johnny Cash and Joe Strummer from The Clash covered "Redemption Song" by Bob Marley.


  13. Lunch BuffetRead the original story w/Photo

    May 21, 2015 | The Washington Monthly

    Who says Friday mornings in the summer have to be dull? Next Friday we'll have a jobs report, though I doubt that will be quite as exciting. * Interesting that same-sex marriage decision has bumped the terrorist attacks from the top of the front page of the Guardian webpage.


  14. Day's End and Weekend WatchRead the original story w/Photo

    May 21, 2015 | The Washington Monthly

    ... David Atkins and D.R. Tucker will be in for Weekend Blogging tomorrow. Let's close with Mick Jones performing the Clash classic "Should I Stay or Should I Go?" with the Libertines at an anti-racism concert in 2004. Ed Kilgore edits the Political ...


  15. The Lesson Today Is How To DieRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jun 26 | Q104.5

    ... called Carbon/Silicon with Tony James, who was previously in a British punk band that started the same year as The Clash and whose lead singer went on to a solo career. What was that band's name? To answer this question, send an email with your name ...


  16. The Charlatans play 'nice surprise' set to open day one of Glastonbury 2015Read the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jun 26 | NME

    ... then danced during the breakdown of 'Let The Good Times Be Never Ending' and dedicated the song to Mick Jones of The Clash, who celebrates his 60th birthday today. Leading the band through a greatest hits set, Burgess said "Love that song" after ...


  17. Daylight VideoRead the original story w/Photo

    May 21, 2015 | The Washington Monthly

    Mick Jones turns 60 today. Here he is with The Clash singing "Stay Free" from Give 'Em Enough Rope in New Jersey in 1980.


  18. Converse Rubber Tracks Opens Permanent Boston LocationRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jun 26 | Billboard

    ... Casablancas and Santigold in 2008 , Andre 3000, Gorillaz and James Murphy in 2012 and Diplo, Frank Ocean and The Clash's Mick Jones and Paul Simonon in 2014 , Lewis has other ambitions for the acts who come through Rubber Tracks' doors. The platform ...


  19. Birmingham Mail Nostalgia - A look back at June 26 in years gone byRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jun 26 | IcBurton

    ... Gilberto Gil, musician turned politician, 73; Georgie Fame, singer/songwriter, 72; Mick Jones, rock guitarist (The Clash), 60; Chris Isaak, singer, 59; Colin Greenwood, rock musician (Radiohead), 46; Sean Hayes, actor, 45; Chris O'Donnell, actor, ...


  20. Rio Ferdinand smiles as he's seen out after wife Rebecca Ellison's deathRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jun 25 | Daily Mail

    EXCLUSIVE: How 'rocker' prison guard charged with sneaking blades to escaped 'Shawshank' inmates in frozen hamburgers still cares for ailing wife who insisted they split - so he could have a life with girlfriend Vogue faces angry backlash from critics who claim style bible made 'harmful' comments about Cara Delevingne's sexuality which suggested it might be a 'phase' White supremacists, knife brawls and 'incessant screams': Life inside the terrifying maximum security prison known as 'Guantanamo North' where Boston Bomber will wait for the needle Taylor Swift confirms she WILL stream her latest album on Apple Music as firm reveals it has also signed up Pharrell, Drake and Elton John to present radio shows Trying to get pregnant? Orgasm before your partner, ditch the lattes and banish cling film... expert reveals top tips to boost your fertility Conrad Hilton's hotel mogul father 'was ... (more)