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Speedie John

Speedie John is: Former Major Label Artist (Fuzztones- RCA/ Sundazed/Beggars Banquet) also gigged or recorded with: The Speedies (NYC)/ Sylvain, Sylvain (NY Dolls)/ The Hexxers (Golly Gee Records) Sprauge Bros (Twin Tone Records). / Rod & The Tonemasters/ Rik L Rik( Posh Boy-LA)/Tonebender/The Honeydippers/ Neil Mooney(Straw Dog Records)/ White Line Fever/ Super Honky/ Wives & Lovers/ The Celestials/ Loose Cannons/Dulcie Younger/Link Protrudi &The Jaymen/ Tralier Park Casanovas/Born Losers (LA) The Accidents (NYC) Tish & Snooky (NYC)/ Dave Vanian (Damned)/ Ian Astbury (Cult) Wes Beech (Plasmatics)/ Florida Slim & The Hurricanes/Rip Carson/Rockin Ryan/ Tammy O'Lea/ Lemmy (Motorhead), Nikki & The Corvettes, Also worked with Members of Blondie (Frankie & Clem), Members of The Stray Cats(Slim Jim), RockCats(Danny Harvey) & Former members of The Misfits(Arthur McGuckin & Brian Keats) . Currently playing with The Hexxers/ Truly Lover Trio/ & Wives & Lovers

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Porky, Tweedy & The Professor go to Dodge City 10.16.2006

Feed The Birds - Wigpigeons Have Landed
A new comic tells the story of how pigeons decide which of them gets to sit on the heads of statues.
Lichfield: The shutter falls silent
The Royal photographer was more famous than most of his subjects
Toward the Infinite Junkyard Boogie Nirvana
The Howling Hex return with maybe their most distilled vision of the fractured underbelly of the festival of existence.
The Limit as x Approaches Tortoise
In the mid-nineties, Tortoise was either hailed as the future of music or its death knell, depending on how they set with you, but of course, they proved to be neither of those things. So what are they?
From the Moshpit # 12 - Test Icicles
London's Test Icicles know it's over...
Crushing Society Under Their Wheels: Vic Chesnutt and Robert Wyatt
Chesnutt and Wyatt share more than wheelchairs, funny voices and cult followings. They also share the title of being possibly the last great songwriters.
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