Friday, July 17, 2009

Greg Allman In Rolling Stone

I meant to post this back when it first came out but I forgot. The last issue of Rolling Stone (the new one is a tribute to Michael Jackson) has some very interesting articles in it, if you can get over the fact that the cover feature is the Jonas Brothers. (Actually they're not that bad.) First is a very enlightening article about Goldman-Sachs and their role in the present economic slump. And there's an article that Vinnie will no doubt be interested in, if he hasn't already seen it, about Greg Allman.

I think the new format has given the Stone a new lease on life.

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