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Steve Green

A certified personal trainer and graduate of Northwestern University (M.A. in Sport Adminstration), Steve is resident fitness expert and music snob of JustAGuy. In addition to fitness and music, Steve also enjoys sports. Feel free to trash talk him at steve@justaguy.us.

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New Music Review: A$AP Returns, Boosie Tries to Breakthrough

A slower week in new releases did see a boost thanks to A$AP Rocky surprise releasing his album. Also, a new release from Southern superstar Boosie and everyone’s favorite punk band from high school, Anti-Flag.

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Just A Guy Favorite Albums of 2014: Part 2

As I did last year, I’ll be sharing some of my favorite albums from 2014. I’m fortunate to be able to listen to a lot of music and after putting it off for a few weeks, I’ve finally narrowed this

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Just A Guy Favorite Albums of 2014: Part 1

As I did last year, I’ll be sharing some of my favorite albums from 2014. I’m fortunate to be able to listen to a lot of music and after putting it off for a few weeks, I’ve finally narrowed this

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JAC Classics: A Nod Is As Good As A Wink…to a Blind Horse by the Faces

With so much new music available today, sometimes it’s good to look to the past. Welcome the JAG Classics where we examine the albums of yesteryear. Today we look at A Nod Is As Good As A Wink…to a Blind

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Robert DeLong Does Electronic Music (Better than Anyone)

Robert DeLong came into Chicago for a late night show at Lincoln Hall. Despite it being a Monday, and the show starting at 11pm, a nice sized crowd came out to catch one of the most talented electronic artists around,

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X Ambassadors Hit Lincoln Hall

X Ambassadors have certainly come a long way in a year. When I first saw them, they were one of the opening acts for The Mowgli’s. I then caught them at a street festival earlier in the Summer. So the

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New Music Review: Yellowcard, Hozier and Sixx AM

A big week for new releases. Well established bands like Yellowcard and Sixx AM added to their catalogs while newcomer Hozier dropped a stellar debut album. Read below as I give my thoughts on the three new albums. As always

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JAG Classics: Quadrophenia by The Who

With so much new music available today, sometimes it’s good to look to the past. Welcome the JAG Classics where we examine the albums of yesteryear. Today we look at Quadrophenia by The Who. The Who were bonafide rock stars by

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New Music Review: Julian Casablancas and Empires

This week in music saw a wonderfully weird release from Julian Casablancas +The Voidz, as well as a major label debut from Empires. Below, I’ll share a few thoughts on the new releases and why you should be picking up

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ShowYouSuck Rocks Huge Riot Fest Crowd

You would have been hard pressed to find anyone more excited for this year’s edition of Riot Fest than ShowYouSuck. If you followed his Twitter feed in the days and weeks leading up to the annual festival, you saw just

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