Los Angeles Herald Examiner
The Los Angeles Herald Examiner was a major Los Angeles daily newspaper. First published in 1903, it closed in 1989.
List of articles in the library
Ramblin' Jack Elliott: Elliott is Still Rambling
Profile and Interview by Steven X Rea, Los Angeles Herald Examiner, 31 July 1981
30 years of storytelling and Elliott is still ramblin' ...
Rodney Crowell: Crowell's Got Cash But He Has His Own Career
Interview by Steven X Rea, Los Angeles Herald Examiner, 18 September 1981
A favorite of Willie and Emmylou, he's a family man with wife Rosanne ...
Delbert McClinton: The Last of the Great Texas Honky-Tonkers
Interview by Todd Everett, Los Angeles Herald Examiner, 24 December 1981
YOU TAKE a right turn off the Pacific Coast Highway and head into the hills of Malibu. If you pick the right road and travel ...
McCabe's Hippie Spirit Celebrates Anniversary
Report and Interview by Todd Everett, Los Angeles Herald Examiner, 30 January 1982
TOMORROW, MCCABE'S guitar shop in Santa Monica is marking its 13th anniversary, even though its actual opening took place in October, 1969 (which means, if ...
Nick Lowe: Life Among "Witless Clods"
Interview by Steven X Rea, Los Angeles Herald Examiner, 12 March 1982
IT'S 1:30 IN the afternoon when Nick Lowe pries open the sliding door of his West Hollywood hotel room and peers up at the sky ...
Split Enz: This May Be The Beginning Of The Enz
Interview by Steven X Rea, Los Angeles Herald Examiner, 7 May 1982
BACK IN the '70s, the members of Split Enz sported sky-high pyramids of multicolored hair, decked themselves out in Fellini-esque clown suits, plastered their faces ...
John Mellencamp: John Cougar: No wonder he's feeling so up
Interview by Gene Sculatti, Los Angeles Herald Examiner, 7 August 1982
Who is John Cougar and why are people saying these things about him? Critics are calling him a shameless Mick Jagger mimic and the Rich ...
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