No official cause of death has been confirmed for the writer, producer and manager.
World famous punk-rock record producer Kim Fowley passed away at the age of 75 on Thursday (January 25th 2015) following a long battle with cancer. However, it is so far unclear on his actual cause of death.
Kim Fowley dies aged 75
Best known for putting together the all-girl rock group The Runaways back in 1975 (an event that was subsequently put to film starring Kristen Stewart, Dakota Fanning and Michael Shannon), Fowley was a huge name in the world of 70s and 80s punk having produced three of the band's albums 'The Runaways', 'Queens of Noise' and 'Waitin' for the Night' as well as managing them.
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With 17 innovative new tunes, Ariel Pink returns with new album this November.
Ariel Pink finally goes solo with his upcoming album release 'Pom Pom'; his first venture away from the band Ariel Pink's Haunted Graffiti and filled with the same amount of leftfield pop and musical adventure.
Ariel Pink goes solo with 'Pom Pom'
In just over an hour, LA artist Ariel Pink - AKA Ariel Marcus Rosenberg - brings us more of his unique brand of avant-garde psychedelic pop with his very first solo release 'Pom Pom'. He recently unveiled a taster for what's to come in the form of his new song 'Put Your Number In My Phone'; an upbeat yet still chilled-out tune with probably one of the most infectious choruses you'll hear for a while.
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To look at the life of Rodney is to look at a near-complete history of several decades of music. A shy kid from a broken home, Rodney left Mountain View, California, for Hollywood in the early 1960s and never really left. Quickly making himself at home on the Sunset Strip scene, Rodney surrounded himself with every kind of celebrity, especially from the music industry. One interviewee after another comments on his Andy Warhol-like blank demeanor that allows the famous and talented to see reflections of themselves. But there is also an eternally childlike innocence to him that was quickly picked up on: Cher, who practically adopted Rodney for a time with Sonny, talks about how you could just tell that Rodney never wanted anything from you, just to be there and absorb the glittery experience was enough. There's a sense of a kid trying to make up for his own fractured past with a famous family, and also just looking for someone to take care of him.
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