The Rock'n'Roll Hall of Famer grew up a Yankees fan, and could have easily made his mark with a Louisville Slugger than his 1965 Mosrite.
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Like a teenager calling a Top 40 station, George was always struggling to get his song played. The Beatles' hit machine created a formidable musical…
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Picture it: Downtown Houston. Internationally-known EMI Records recording artist hops into my car. Only one of us knows our destination. What could I…
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Bats'n'Tats: Pennsylvania native and Arizona Wildcat an intriguing first baseman/DH/OF with a Will Clark comp. A dozen photos help reveal the…
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They combined Stygian dynamism with Foreigner's radio-friendly sheen. With David Kershenbaum's crafty, '80s-era new wavey production and Valentine's…
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Stephen Michael Schwartz, Off the Clef #s 1 Thru 5, The Complete & Expanded Late '70s Songwriting Collabs! EXCLUSIVE INTERVIEW + "Wendy…Listen now (3 min) | Stephen's late-1970s creative pivot from recording to network sitcom-acting included writing songs with some rock legends …
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Being raised in Houston during the 1960s heyday of the Dome provided many treasured memories beyond baseball.
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A new 6-year contract extension justly rewards a player who's setting exit velo and home run distance records. But, it's his all-around hitting skills…
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Melodic and pleasant, their clever nuances may have escaped power poppers. Too light to make it onto FM rock radio, plus the promo clout of CBS had its…
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Answering a casting call for a "David Cassidy-type" led to a year on the musical family sitcom, where his real-life father-in-law played his father!
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In Roger and Debbie's home dugout, glove makes the world go 'round, and one of their cleat-clad lads just made his MLB debut.
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Stephen Michael Schwartz, Off the Clef #5: The Late '70s Collab Sessions, "Only Everyday" w/Jay Asher, Sung by Clint Holmes SONG DEMOListen now (3 min) | Veteran songwriting legend, Barry Mann ("You've Lost That Loving Feeling" et al), gives the thumbs up to Stephen and Jay's "Only…
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