Category Archives: America

American History: Dewey Bunnell on 50 Years (Give or Take) of Music

Among Beatlemaniacs, there’s a famous 1963 interview clip with the Fab Four in which they’re asked what the future might hold when the bubble inevitably bursts on their showbiz career. Ringo Starr—apparently serious—said that he fancied opening a string of … Continue reading

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America’s Book of History

If you’re a fan of the band America – the trio behind the classic rock warhorses as, well, “A Horse with No Name” along with “Sister Golden Hair,” “Ventura Highway,” “Tin Man,” “Lonely People,” “Sandman,” “I Need You,” and “You … Continue reading

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America’s Dewey Bunnell on That Elusive Horse with No Name

Below is an excerpt from my interview with Dewey Bunnell of America, which originally appeared in The Houston Press. Read Part 1 and Part 2 of my piece in their entirety. It is one of the ’70s’ most analyzed — … Continue reading

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