Looking at that rig makes me want one badly, I eye them enviously on the American interstates now.
These forty betties, chicks, punks, chanteuses and mad women from the hills represent the purest realization of rock and roll sexuality.
“1234” shot up the charts, ushering in the age of “pop stardom via Apple commercial placement,” paving the road for the Ting Tings and the Submarines. “It eventually supernova’d beyond me,” Feist says, “and at that point [the music] was speaking about me rather than me about it. I just started to fade from the picture.” In November 2008, Feisthad officially faded. I didn’t recognize those walls in life and I let myself hit them.
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“I think a lot about the forging and morphing of metal from one thing to another, and the effort needed to go down and dig for it,” Feist, 35, says of the LP’s title.Behold: the Forty Sexiest Frontwomen in Rock History.(Frontman fans — stay tuned.) Oh, and a couple of ground rules: one, points for longevity; and two, Madonna is trying too hard.A person that was born or lived/lives in Toronto or have spent a large part or formative of their career in that city Toronto, Ontario, Canada (Ter-ron-tone-ee-in) Similar to the term Canadian. (Moderated by: Allen / UKC)(Users Browsing this Forum: Larry Atherton, Wes Coffman, CONRAD FRYAR, Autumn Clements, corky crowder, Redbone Chic, Chuck C., ov_blues, kbrown, ag-man, Eric Krebehenne, D. The women you're about to meet have derived their everlasting power from one place over the past fifty years: the land of rock. They came to us with their guitars and their pianos and their voices.