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From Liverpool with Love

Baltimore-Beatles connection behind documentary on Fab Four’s Freda As a card-carrying AARP member and aging Baby Boomer who grew up in the ’60s, it’s needless to say that I grew up loving everything to do with The Beatles. So when … Continue reading

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Hip Shops In 1965-68 Baltimore, Beatniks, Mods, and The Psychedelic Propeller

By David Robert Crews (Magic City Morning Star, 5/13/2008) Those longhaired lads in this 1967 era photo are The Psychedelic Propeller Rock n’ Roll band. They are sitting on the railroad tracks behind the house where I grew up-in Dundalk, … Continue reading

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Sharon Bernstein Peyton Remembers the Bluesette

By Sharon Bernstein Peyton (via BaltimoreJam.org) “The Bluesette/Blues Back Alley, owned by Art and Sharon Peyton, was a non-alcoholic night club in central Baltimore City at 2439 North Charles Street, near 25th St., Charles Village. It was in operation from 1965 … Continue reading

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Attempting to Recapture Sweet Era of the Bluesette

By Michael Olesker (The Baltimore Sun, 11/18/2005) “…What kind of place was the Bluesette? You walked in and found yourself enveloped in sound: live rock bands playing weekends until midnight (emphatically loud music, too – loud enough that, one night, … Continue reading

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