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New York Sunday News

New York Sunday News

The New York Sunday News was the sister publication of the New York Daily News.

24 articles

John Lennon, Yoko Ono: The Top of Pop: John & Yoko

Report by Lillian Roxon, New York Sunday News, 20 June 1971

JOHN AND Yoko Lennon have come to town. ...

Three Dog Night: Flower Flight to Dallas

Report by Lillian Roxon, New York Sunday News, 13 August 1971

YOU'VE HEARD about "Ship of Fools". Now let me tell you about the "Flower Flight" — a far-too-early plane that flew to Dallas recently for ...

Superstar as Rock Theater

Comment by Lillian Roxon, New York Sunday News, 24 October 1971

THE PROBLEM with Jesus Christ Superstar as a rock spectacle is not that it goes too far, but that it doesn't go far enough. ...

David Bowie: Clothes Make the Bowie

Profile by Lillian Roxon, New York Sunday News, 20 February 1972

WHEN I WAS in England recently, a lot of excitement seemed to be about David Bowie, a singer-songwriter, who, in the past, has managed to ...

Dionne Warwicke: elegance, simplicity and Maplewood, N.J.

Profile and Interview by Lillian Roxon, New York Sunday News, 20 February 1972

THE COFFEE table is marble and kidney shaped with little gilt legs. The bar is a wooden cylinder with a vase of pink feather flowers ...

Emerson Lake & Palmer: The Top of Pop: A Rock Fan Writes

Column by Lillian Roxon, New York Sunday News, 23 April 1972

THAT FINE dividing line between fan and groupie is often razor thin and rather shaky. I used to admire groupies because they at least broke ...

David Bowie: The Elvis Of the Seventies

Comment by Lillian Roxon, New York Sunday News, 18 June 1972

IT WAS just after the Elvis concert and David Bowie and I were sitting in his suite at the Park Lane Hotel (that's where record ...

Labelle: Nona Hendryx of Liberated Labelle

Profile and Interview by Lillian Roxon, New York Sunday News, 2 July 1972

SOUL! NONA Hendryx of Labelle, a group of three young black women that has been together more than 10 years, gets this sweet look on ...

The Jackson 5: Jackson 5: Black and Talented

Report by Lillian Roxon, New York Sunday News, 9 July 1972

I THOUGHT I was going; to die. There was just me, them — and him. Not a soul over 16 in sight, just me entirely ...

New York Dolls, The Osmonds: The Top of Pop: The Dolls Will Be Heard From

Column by Lillian Roxon, New York Sunday News, 3 September 1972

THREE HEROES. You pay your money and you take your choice. Which one is yours? ...

David Bowie, The Rowan Brothers, Slade, T. Rex: Like Wow, What A Week That Was!

Report by Lillian Roxon, New York Sunday News, 24 September 1972

DIARY OF A ROCK WRITER, instalment two, or why-does-it-all-have-to-happen-in-one-week? ...

The GTOs, Helen Reddy: A Requiem For Miss Christine

Comment by Lillian Roxon, New York Sunday News, 26 November 1972

THE DEATH OF Christine Frka has depressed me deeply. Miss Christine (she never used that troublesome last name) had hershining face on this page a ...

Black Sabbath: Festival Hall, Brisbane, Queensland

Live Review by Lillian Roxon, New York Sunday News, 4 February 1973

The Spooky Black Sabbath in Brisbane ...

The Rolling Stones: Rolling Stones Gather No Groupies

Report by Lillian Roxon, New York Sunday News, 25 February 1973

GERI MILLER, where are you? They had a party for the Rolling Stones here in Sydney, Australia, this week, and it might as well havebeen ...

The Rolling Stones: A Case of the Mick Jaggers

Report by Lillian Roxon, New York Sunday News, 11 March 1973

IT WAS one of the funniest cartoons I have ever seen. A mother is standing there, looking rather alarmed, holding on to her son whose ...

Focus: Philharmonic Hall, New York NY

Live Review by Lillian Roxon, New York Sunday News, 1 April 1973

The Focus is on a Group Called Focus ...

Rod McKuen, Helen Reddy, Slade: A Rock Critic's Rough and Reddy Life

Report by Lillian Roxon, New York Sunday News, 29 April 1973

THE LIFE of a rock and roll writer, as I have said all too often before, is not all sunshine and roses. The Friday night ...

Led Zeppelin: The High-Flying Led Zeppelin Tour

Interview by Lillian Roxon, New York Sunday News, 13 May 1973

THE WAY I've been hearing it, it's already the biggest tour in rock and roll history — 33 concerts in 30 cities, a gross that ...

The Faces: Yes, All You Rock Fans, Your Idols Love Letters

Interview by Lillian Roxon, New York Sunday News, 20 May 1973

IF YOU'VE ever wanted to write to Rod Stewart or any one of the Faces, now's your chance. I don't want to sound like the ...

The Jackson 5, Jermaine Jackson: Let's Hear a Scream For the Jackson Five

Profile by Lillian Roxon, New York Sunday News, 17 June 1973

"Hey, Jackson Five fan! Look at all this outasight J-5 groovy good stuff you can order! Hurry! Send away today! Fast delivery! Money-back guarantee" ...

Chicago: The Weary Life Of a Wandering Minstrel

Interview by Lillian Roxon, New York Sunday News, 24 June 1973

Chicago, a group that packed Madison Square Garden, may not look it, but they're a tired bunch of performers. ...

"Mama" Cass Elliot, The Mamas and The Papas, Michelle Phillips: Recalling the '60s With Mama Michelle

Interview by Lillian Roxon, New York Sunday News, 8 July 1973

I DON'T CARE how many superannuated Peter Noone groupies rushed the stage, Richard Nader's '60s nostalgia night was still a bomb, with a total lack ...

Al Green: The Soft-Sell World of Al Green

Interview by Lillian Roxon, New York Sunday News, 15 July 1973

IT IS THE HOTTEST, most enervating Sunday in all creation. I am in Manhattan, and it is like a steambath. He is in far off ...

Commander Cody: The Early Sound Of 'Now' Music

Interview by Lillian Roxon, New York Sunday News, 29 July 1973

HIS FIRST BAND was called the Fantastic Surfing Beavers and, according to Commander Cody, it was the worst band that ever existed. I was sorry ...

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