Like It Is: Bob Dylan Explains What Really Killed Rock ’n’ Roll
Brent L. Smith

Illuminating article, though a smidge oversimplified. Racial division often happens because like-minded people of the same race usually naturally come together to do the same thing more because it’s comfortable, like lunch tables in high school, and it’s not racial division in a negative sense as much as it is human nature.

But anyway, that just a small point of disagreement. What are some of the leading bands that you think are keeping rock n’ roll alive, and where can I go (other than Janky Smooth) to find out more about them? I’m intrigued.

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