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Help fund a new documentary about Creem Magazine

There’s only a couple weeks to go to fund Boy Howdy! The Story of CREEM Magazine, a new documentary by filmmaker Scott Crawford about the world’s only rock and roll magazine. This looks like a pretty cool project. It’s being produced by Creem founder Barry Kramer’s son, J.J. Kramer, whose dad died when he was … Continue reading Help fund a new documentary about Creem Magazine

Creem Magazine’s Legacy: 70s vs. 80s

In the alley behind CREEM's Cass Corridor offices, 1969Detroit’s Metro Times has a great two-part feature by Bill Holdship on the life, death and strange resurrection of America’s only rock and roll magazine, Creem.

Creem’s Replacements Interview from 1986

From the September 1986 issue of Creem: Drinking (And Drinking Lots More!) with the Replacements. CREEM: Does it matter to you personally? Do you really care what the critics think? PW: I’ll be honest. It does. I’d like to lie and say it means nothing. Not that we think we’re great or anything. We know … Continue reading Creem’s Replacements Interview from 1986