Tag Archive: Tom Petty

Album of the Year 2010

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Here’s the album of the year for 2010!

Top 5 Solo Careers

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The rock and roll ego can be large. Sometimes the pull from the record company to do a solo record and the stacks of cash being thrown at an artist can be enticing. Or in some cases, you just can’t stand the sight of the other band members anymore. Here’s a look at the top five most successful solo careers of artists who branched out on their own and in some cases, became even more famous than their former group.The criteria for this top 5 is as follows: Quantity and quality of material is first and foremost, followed by overall sales.

Dylan, Springsteen, Petty Release Massive Re-Issues

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Bob Dylan, Bruce Springsteen, and Tom Petty dig deep into their archives and unveil monumental re-issues of some of their most classic recordings.

Tom Petty Turns 60

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For 34 years Tom Petty has been on the rock and roll scene. And from the beginning, he has established himself as one of rock’s finest song writers and band leaders. A tip of the top hat to Petty as he turns 60.

Tom Petty – Mojo – CD Review

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Tom Petty is tripping. Again. Over the last 30 years, he has transformed his first band, Mudcrutch, into the Heartbreakers, battled record label MCA over record prices, explored his Southern roots on the Southern Accents album, tried his hand at psycadelica with “Don’t Come Around Here No More,” became Bob Dylan’s backing band for a few years, joined rock’s greatest supergroup, the Traveling Wilburys, and sold over 60 million albums. Whew! Many roads traveled, much success.

Tom Petty – Top 5 Coast Jams

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Roll down the window, ease that seat back, and crank the knob… it’s Coast Jams time! Tom Petty and his faithful band, The Heartbreakers, have been an unstoppable, hit-making machine over the course of the last 30 years. Check out Tom Petty’s Top 5 coast jams.

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