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Thank you Susan SuScreen Shot 2017-05-25 at 13.21.59rftone for the very cool article :)

The music of the 1980s has endured through generations encompassing, with a graceful diversity, many genres. UK punk/new wave band, The Revillos, brought energy and camp-ish fun to the scene with band members taking “comic book” names like Max Atom who joined the band as a guitarist in 1982. Being a fan of British rock music since 1964 I was listening to The Revillos way back when before I started to play guitar professionally in my own punk/new wave bands. Little did I know in 2016 I’d be shaking hands with Max Atom, now award winning blues artist, Trevor Sewell, in LA’s famed Whiskey a Go-Go. Trevor and I are both member of the NARAS, now known as The Recording Academy, and we finally met after much e-mail communication during Grammy weekend of that year. Hearing The Trevor Sewell Band perform a song from his then latest CD, “Hollow” and meeting Trevor was a high point of that weekend for me.

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