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‘American Horror Story’ Recap: Everyone’s Back at Camp Redwood in ‘Rest in Pieces’

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‘American Horror Story’ Recap: Everyone’s Back at Camp Redwood in ‘Rest in Pieces’
Spoiler Alert: Do not read if you have not yet watched “Rest in Pieces,” the eighth episode of “American Horror Story: 1984.”

It’s almost time for the big finish on “American Horror Story” Season 9. The penultimate episode of the “1984” season, entitled “Rest in Pieces,” started on the day before Halloween, 1989, and saw a return to Camp Redwood for all of the key players.

Sitting in a diner, Brooke (Emma Roberts) vowed to Donna (Angelica Ross) that she was going to kill Margaret (Leslie Grossman) before she runs off to start a new life. But because they were talking about such dark things in a public place, it didn’t take long for a motor-mouth reporter named Stacy to wander up to them. At first she just wanted to complain about how awful their time period is, ranting about “Iran-Contra, the TV show ‘Small Wonder’ and crack.” But she obviously
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Watch John Fogerty Play ‘Fortunate Son’ at Red Rocks From New Concert Film

Watch John Fogerty Play ‘Fortunate Son’ at Red Rocks From New Concert Film
John Fogerty celebrated the 50th anniversary of Woodstock this year by playing a series of special gigs packed with songs from the original 1969 festival. Many were by Creedence Clearwater Revival, but he also covered tunes by fellow Woodstock vets Joe Cocker, Jimi Hendrix and Sly & The Family Stone. Throughout the show, he’d even have friends and members of his family dance around the venue in full hippie regalia as psychedelic colors filled the stage.

Cameras were rolling when the show came to Colorado’s Red Rocks Amphitheater on June
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John Fogerty's 50 Year Trip: Live at Red Rocks Concert Film to Hit Theaters

Tony Sokol Oct 22, 2019

Creedence Clearwater Revival's performance wasn't part of the Woodstock live album or film but John Fogerty sings its praises.

Lead singers in rock groups all have good voices. John Fogerty has a sound. It's a swampy rasp that tells the history of rock and roll with every passing note. His voice he gave to a generation. "Down On the Corner" and "Up Around the Bend" were happy signposts. "Fortunate Son" and "Run through the Jungle" were working man's anthems for peace and equality. "Who’ll Stop the Rain" encapsulated the experience of a three-day summer music festival which never stops jamming. Celebrating 50 years since Creedence Clearwater Revival played at Woodstock, Fathom Events will project the new concert film John Fogerty – 50 Year Trip: Live at Red Rocks at cinemas nationwide.

The show was recorded at Red Rocks Amphitheatre in Morrison, Colorado, on June 20, 2019, as part of Fogerty’s nationwide “My 50 Year Trip” tour.
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Real Life Rock Top 10: Colson Whitehead, Pere Ubu, Beyonce

1. Aisha Harris, “Lion Queen (Beyoncé) Has Her Say,” New York Times (July 20). New Horizons in Democratic Theory Dep’t: “To hear Beyoncé speak is such a rare occurrence that any instance of it, no matter how fleeting, feels special, like catching a glimpse of a shooting star.”

2. Bruce Springsteen, Western Stars (Columbia). Battle of the Bands: Harry Nilsson v. Glen Campbell. On the record, it’s a draw, and really, who cares? Off the record, the world is smaller without Glen Campbell. It isn’t without Nilsson. And it isn’t bigger with this.
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