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Sammy Hagar and The Circle

Sammy Hagar on Selective Memory

Sammy Hagar and the Circle proved there was only one way to rock at the Rose Music Center in Dayton, Ohio If there has ever been a person that is truly a staple in the world of rock music it would have to be the Red Rocker. Sammy Hagar has been

A Look Back to Van Halen’s 5150

Van Halen on Selective Memory

In 1986, Van Halen released their most successful album to date. Today, we still debate the Sammy Hagar era versus David Lee Roth I remember when “Why Can’t This Be Love” hit the radio airwaves. Besides hearing it on WZPL as a borderline pop/rock crossover (this song ended up hitting the

John Oates – Good Road To Follow (PS Records)

John Oates - Good Road To Follow (www.selectivememorymag.com)

Where John Oates spent his last album—Mississippi Mile—playing tribute to Delta-based blues and R&B, Good Road To Follow is spent making a name for himself. Not that he needs to make a name for himself. He is John Oates after all! But where this album treads is a departure from

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