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Dec 22, 2016

If there’s anyone who knows about screaming and about screaming guitar, it would be The Citizen. Ever since he was an impressionable teenager, he’s given everyone the impression that no man steps on his toes while he’s stepping on his wah-wah pedal.

So on this episode of “I Am Citizen Abels,” entitled, “Play It Even Louder” , which was recorded December 16, 2016, The Citizen is takin’ it to the streets with famed music journalist and enthusiast, Brad Tolinski, who himself is no stranger to rock guitar, rock and roll, rock stars, and other things that looked stoned in dark sunglasses. Tolinski and The Citizen discuss everything from why black guitarists were discriminated against for everything but their music, why Jimmy Page seems to have that time of the month every day, and why rock guitar will never die. Hopefully.

If you know anything about The Citizen, you know after talking to someone like Brad Tolinski, he wants to go back to New York City, stand up at the microphone at Madison Square Garden, and tell everyone, “I do believe I’ve had enough.” What he’s had enough of you’ll have to figure out. Rock on, it’s only rock and roll. But we like it.

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