May 12, 2011

Rock Hall pays tribute to pioneering lady rockers

By MEGHAN BARR, Associated Press Meghan Barr, Associated Press – Thu May 12, 3:02 pm ET CLEVELAND – When Wanda Jackson was a girl with a gravelly voice who opened for Elvis Presley in the 1950s, nobody had ever heard a woman sing like that before. By then, Presley was already gyrating his way to superstardom. But Jackson —
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Pink Floyd fans everywhere are excited about this!

“There is a slight sense that we are coming to the end of the period where people will buy the physical record with all the packaging and the information and so on,” Mason, 67, told Reuters at the Hollywood outpost of the band’s EMI Records label. Pink Floyd in race against time to reissue albums
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