Fairfield County Advocate


Fairfield County Advocate (subsequently renamed Fairfield County Weekly) started in 1978 as one of four free alternative Advocate newspapers.

1986 January 15


Why Pin It On Rock and Roll
By John Anthony Wilcox and Robert J. Sodaro, p 10

Rock and roll has come under fire – again. This time it's a group of Washington women, many the wives of prominent politicians, calling themselves the Parents Music Resource Center (PMRC). The PMRC, which is claiming at least a moral victory in its latest skirmish with the record industry, claims that rock and roll lyrics are corrupting an unsuspecting youth, turning them towards drugs and the devil. One of the few musicians to take an active stand against the PMRC's attempts at censoring rock and roll is the always-outspoken Frank Zappa. Here are some of his thoughts on the subject. (read more)

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1988 April 18


Perfectly Frank
By C.W. Vrtacek, p 31

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