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Drake Bell “Ready Steady Go”

It’s been a long time since we’ve heard from young pop star/actor Drake Bell. The former “Drake & Josh” star has always had a taste for vintage sounds, and has no interest in following the conventional Disney pop star template. Ready Steady Go! brings the slick rockabilly sound to a new generation of fans with […]

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The Power Popaholic Interview: Mike Viola

One of the best interviews ever! Mike Viola talks about “Ghoul” trading cards, The Major Labels, A new album with Ryan Adams and so much more. 22 minutes, and worth every second! Check it out on our top menu or click here.

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The Power Popaholic Interview: Leslie West (Mountain)

  Leslie West is one of those little known guitar legends that everyone has heard, but few know just how influential he really is. In this interview, despite his leg amputation he’s all fired up for the release of Still Climbing. Leslie has been in rock for so long, there are few musicians he hasn’t […]

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The Power Popaholic Interview: Matt Whitby

Matt Whitby is a power pop critic who lives in England and writes about music for popunderground. Recently he started a wonderfully simple site called www.disbandables.com The site tracks down some of my favorite power pop bands who have disbanded, then finds the lead musician(s) involved and has them answer a exit questionnaire. I love […]

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The Power Popaholic Interview: Kenny Howes

Kenny Howes fresh off his tour with The Smithereens was interviewed by Power Popaholic correspondent Elizabeth Racz. Read the interview here or check it out in our Artists Interview menu. The video above showcases Kenny’s vocal chops on a cover of The Who’s “Love, Reign o’er Me” from Quadrophenia.

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