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TODAY’S 4:20 FAIL! Now THAT’s Customer Service!


This story likely won’t do much to raise Comcast’s popularity—or lack thereof. A Washington state woman on Tuesday reached out to consumer advocate Christopher Elliott with a problem. She needed to change the name on her Comcast bill, and after phone calls and an in-person visit to a Comcast location, remained unsuccessful. The bill continued to read: “A–hole Brown.” Yes, ... Read More »



  I am very, very proud to announce that The Pete Cummings Band will be opening for Ted Nugent on the Rockyard stage for Westworld’s Cyclefest during AZ Bike Week 2015!  We’ll be playing from 5PM – 8PM. Get further details at www.azbikeweek.com Hope to see you there!!   -Pete   Read More »



IN OTHER NEWS Alice Cooper, Elton John and more. Alice Cooper sat in with his buddy Johnny Depp last week during a show at the NAMM convention in Anaheim, California. Alice did “Brown Sugar,” “Revolution,” “I’m Eighteen,” “School’s Out,” “Come Together” and “My Generation.” Joe Walsh also sat in, doing “Funk 49,” “Rocky Mountain Way,” “Walk Away” and a cover ... Read More »

Heavy Company.


RANDY BACHMAN: Heavy Frampton Blues    Title track to his new album, Heavy Blues, has been posted online. Randy Bachman has leaked the title track off his new album, Heavy Blues. Recorded with two ladies — Anna Ruddick on bass and Dale Anne Brendan on drums — “Heavy Blues” features Peter Frampton on lead guitar. Frampton says, “I had a blast playing ... Read More »

New Who?

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THE WHO: 11 For 50 Their catalog is getting a vinyl makeover in celebration of their 50th anniversary. In celebration of The Who‘s 50th anniversary, all 11 of their studio albums, plus the recently released The Who Hits 50, are being reissued on 180-gram vinyl. Each album will also have its original issue artwork, including: Tommy – Original six-panel fold out ... Read More »

Sunset Strip Memories.


BEATLES, DOORS: Before Billboards Went Digital An exhibit of legendary Sunset Boulevard billboards will go on display in L.A. in March. In addition to all the great music that was made, and is still being made, inside the clubs along Sunset Boulevard in West Hollywood, there were all those over-the-top billboards advertising new albums up and down the strip. Robert ... Read More »