Morgan Arrington thinks he has it all. Then one day, his world gets turned upside down when his girlfriend leaves him for another woman. Then, his position as a support technician at a large software company gets eliminated and moved out of state. If that wasn't bad enough, his band of friends asks him to leave because they want to change musical directions. These events break Morgan mentally, and he attempts suicide. Either through divine intervention, or a strong hallucination, he discovers the will to go on and rights his life, and discovers the true love that he never thought he'd find...
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Ophir Aderlock, an Aries, enjoys skateboarding, spinning vinyl, and attempting to destroy his older brother's opportunities as a successful collegiate athlete. He likes spontaneous travel and living out of his girlfriend's car, finding acceptance among deadbeat punkers with no futures, and joining bands to seduce professional snowboarders.
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Sheila Brown and Mary McCormick are lovers and the lead and rhythm guitarists for the band Great Big Something. They are having relationship problems and decide to go into counseling to work on them. In the meantime, their band flourishes, even as Rhonda Polansky and Claudia Weinburg, the bassist and drummer for the band, break up in the middle of a tour, causing Sheila, Mary and the band's keyboardist Martha Geiger to scramble to find a replacement.Great Big Something is part of the first openly gay/lesbian rock music scene, which is dedicated to eliminating the homophobia and sexism of alternative and mainstream rock. Read Great big Something and find out if Sleila, Mary and their band mates resolve their problems and whether they can overcome prejudice in the rock scene.
"Who stole the soul?" The man behind the console for Public Enemy's "Fear of a Black Planet" amongst countless other records, tells his riveting story about a man, a dream, a jaded industry, and a life spent searching for one thing... Love. Love in life, music, and self. From the innocence of a boy fascinated with the music industry, to the exhilaration of realizing dreams, to the devastation of heartbreak and separation, Seven (Alan Scott Plotkin) shows us his "Musical Life" in and out of the music industry. He is a world-class producer, songwriter, arranger, drummer, guitarist, novelist, a true New Yorker, a jokester, smart-ass, cut-up, and a man who can out talk anyone and out entertain anyone... but mostly, he is a talented human being who has touched the lives of many. This is the side of Seven that few people know...This is "Exile In Rosedale!"