A Rock Critic's Greatest Hits

I shared bourbon with Keith Richards, followed my nose to track down Bob Marley, and had Bruce Springsteen practically drip sweat on me. In 30 years of covering rock for the Globe, I collected enough stories to last a lifetime. These are a few of my favorites.

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By Steve Morse
April 9, 2006

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MY LIFELONG OBSESSION with rock music began as a teenager, when I went to see the Rolling Stones at the Manning Bowl in Lynn in 1966. It was a short-lived gig that featured a mini-riot, when fans rushed a small stage and police repelled them with tear gas as Mick Jagger, Keith Richards, and company piled into cars and left. ... (Full article: 3729 words)

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