HRH: Muse

HRH Winter 2010 cover, MuseIt didn’t occur to me until just now that I haven’t written a story for HRH, the Hard Rock Hotel’s glossy on-property magazine, since the fall of 2008. I was actually assigned a story for last spring’s issue, but due to a bunch of nonsense you don’t really need to know about, but one day I will include in my tell-all memoir, “Screwing It Up,” I turned the story over to another writer and have been absent from HRH‘s pages since then … until now.

As you may determine from that sexy, silvery cover you see to your right, the new issue’s cover story is about Muse, who rocked the Joint at the Hard Rock back in December. And this guy wrote it. “No Resistance” is 1776 words of pure gushing Pj prose exploring the bombastic rock band’s struggles to become king of the U.S. rock scene (which they haven’t yet, but SHOULD).

Photography for the article comes courtesy of Erik Kabik, a good dude and great shutterbug. When the digital version is put online, I’ll link to it. In the meantime, you’ll have to actually get off your couch and go to the Hard Rock to pick up an issue if you want to read it. Which I highly recommend.

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