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Lone Justice

Lone Justice

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Lone Justice: Country Not For Clods

Interview by Bill Bentley, L.A. Weekly, 14 July 1983

THERE'S A scene in The Last Picture Show in which Ben Johnson confronts a crowd of kids who, as a prank, have set up a ...

Lone Justice: A Tale Of The New West

Profile and Interview by Barney Hoskyns, New Musical Express, 18 May 1985

EIGHT YEARS on and it's official — we are no longer bored with the USA. ...

Lone Justice, Marquee, London

Live Review by Richard Cook, New Musical Express, 22 June 1985

TWICE I see this group in a couple of weeks and both times I wind up more exhausted than exhilarated. Lone Justice are trying so ...

Lone Justice: Lone Justice

Review by Mitchell Cohen, Creem, September 1985

LONE JUSTICE'S Maria McKee is one tough cookie. Barely out of her teens, she comes on with a spitfire defiance and a repertoire of yelps, ...

Maria McKee: Sweet Heart Of The Radio

Report and Interview by Mat Snow, New Musical Express, 1 November 1986

So, what's it to be then? Is MARIA McKEE of LONE JUSTICE last year's pretty thing or next year's Queen of the airwaves? MAT SNOW ...

Lone Justice: Shelter (Geffen WX73)

Review by Stuart Bailie, Record Mirror, 8 November 1986

THERE'S STILL some mileage to be gotten from those old traditions of rock and country music, all it takes is a little imagination and instinct. ...

Lone Justice: Marquee, London

Live Review by Len Brown, New Musical Express, 28 February 1987

MARIA McKEE bites yer lugs. Sometimes it's a sensual experience; a shiver in the stirrup, a tickle on the lobe. Sometimes it's excruciating; the yelp ...

Lone Justice: The Palace, Hollywood CA

Live Review by Dave DiMartino, Billboard, 28 February 1987

IT WAS A warm homecoming in one way, a tentative one in another. Geffen's Lone Justice returned home for this first "official" gig with its ...

Lone Justice: Shelter (Geffen)

Review by Craig Zeller, Creem, April 1987

JUST MY luck. Shelter is a stinker, and the thought of having to expound on that opinion simply bores me to distraction. I mean, there ...

The Other Side of '80s L.A. Rock

Retrospective by Mitchell Cohen, Music Aficionado, 2018

THE IMAGE OF Los Angeles rock in the '80s is imprinted like a tacky tattoo: bands with poofed-up hair and eyeliner, girls with poofed-up hair ...

see also Maria McKee


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