Everything old is new again
While the name might suggest adolescent freshness, the California-based Teenage News magazine is actually replete with features on music past. The debut issue includes interviews with the likes of famed Runaways producer Kim Fowley, the New York Dolls' Sylvain Sylvain, Cheap Trick's Bun. E. Carlos and Todd Rundgren. Bobby Jameson, a 1960s-era singer-songwriter, also makes a cameo with an essay chronicling his time recording with Mick Jagger, Keith Richards and Jimmy Page. Edited (and largely written) by the 20-something Gus Bernadicou, the stories here dig deep into rock 'n' roll trivia, yet maintain a perspective that's young and accessible. http://teenagenews.storenvy.com.