crawdaddy


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Rolling Stone, Crawdaddy, Creem, and Transoceanic Trouser Press are just a few of the vehicles that attracted writers covering the rock music scene and anything peripheral to it, which included politics and fashion.
The winning gumbo--as voted on by the judges was made by the father-and-son team of Greg and Austin Schneider, appropriately named Crawdaddy (Greg) and Baby Crawfish.
Was Central Park this week any place for a guy who was executive editor at the legendary Crawdaddy from 1971 to 1979 -- and co-created the first magazine piece on Bruce Springsteen -- when my generation's main exposure to Ludvig Van was via Stanley Kubrick's "A Clockwork Orange"?
IS it a crabrish, clawfish, craw, crawdab, crawdad, crawdaddy, crawfish, crawler, crayfish, creekcrab, crawfish, freshwater lobster, ghost shrimp, mudbug, spiny lobster, or yabby?
Not Mad, not Cracked, not Penthouse, not Popular Mechanics, not Creem, not Crawdaddy, not National Lampoon.
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For example, The Crawdaddy Cove Holiday Inn Hotel and Suites in Madison, Wis.
Rolling Stones at The Crawdaddy Club, Richmond, April 28, 1963.
bas gone the way of Rolling Stone, Creem, Crawdaddy, and about a million contemporary rock zines.
Playing a revved-up version of classic blues and r&b similar to the Rolling Stones (whose residency at London's famed Crawdaddy club they took over), the group was soon a favorite on the English r&b circuit.
petted, protected, fed, paid, flattered, and given every liberty," may have all but disappeared from the New Orleans phone book, yet French culture is still strong and well--as the many Breton-inflected crawdaddy etouffee and zydeco music festivals can attest--in the Cajun belt.
Yesterday, Crawdaddy earned $1,500 for winning the Firecracker Challenge, on top of the regular winner's prize, which depends on the grade of race and the handle (betting turnover).
For almost thirty years now, since the rounding of Crawdaddy, critics who write about rock and pop have been validated (in market terms, anyway) by the mass size of the audiences and dollars involved, and now (intellectually) by postmodernist academic fashion.
He was president and owner of the seminal American alternative label, 415 Records, one of the founders of rock criticism, and invented the term "Heavy Metal" during his sojourn at Crawdaddy magazine.
Their last appearance was a legendary sold out performance at Crawdaddy in 2011 which has lived long in the memory for anyone who was there.