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- The Living End. Blackett, Matt // Guitar Player;May2001, Vol. 35 Issue 5, p61
Features Chris Cheney, guitarist of the music band Living End, and the music recording 'Roll On.'
- PUNK ROCK PHOENIX. Blackett, Matt // Guitar Player;Mar2004, Vol. 38 Issue 3, p87
Interviews The Living End guitarist Chris Cheney of Australia about a life-threatening automobile accident he encountered in 2001.
- THRASH-A-BILLY BOOT CAMP. Gold, Jude // Guitar Player;Aug2004, Vol. 38 Issue 8, p104
Features Chris Cheney, guitarist and frontman of Australian rock band Living End, and his guitar-playing style. INSET: FINDING FRESH OLD SOUNDS.
- Living End Front Man Survives Car Wreck. // Onstage;Jan2002, Vol. 3 Issue 1, p13
Reports on the involvement of rock band Living End vocalist Chris Cheney in a car accident near his house at Victoria, Australia. Cause of the accident; Cancellation of the band's performance at the 2001 ARIA Awards because of the accident.
- Gig Etiquette. // Dolly;Sep2008, Issue 455, p141
An interview with two members of the Australian rock band The Living End. Because the group is famous for their live shows, Chris Cheney discloses to readers the group's gig etiquette. When asked about their most rock 'n' roll moment, drummer Andy Strachan cites visiting the Playboy Mansion in...
- IT'S A LIVING. Goldsworthy, Nellie // Ralph;Aug2008, p47
An interview with the members of the rock band Living End on bowling is presented. When asked how he rates himself as a bowler, vocalist and guitar player Chris Cheney says he is awesome. Double bass player Scott Owen claims that bowling balls on ladies would be painful and just end in bruises....
- LIVING THE GOOD LIFE. Mckelvey, Ben // Ralph;Feb2006, p42
The article presents an interview with Chris Cheney, frontman of the rock group the Living End. He cites the methods they used in recording their album "State of Emergency." He states that the band drinks vodka before performing. He relates his experience during the band's concert tour in the...
- Reprise's Living End 'Rolls On' With Aussie Punkabilly Sound. Aiese, Eric // Billboard;03/03/2001, Vol. 113 Issue 9, p12
Discusses the band Living End, in light of the release of the music recording 'Roll On.' Experiences of singer/songwriter/guitarist Chris Cheney growing up in Australia listening to rockabilly; Influence of the rockabilly music on the music of Living End; Other influences on the band, including...
- LIVING DANGEROUSLY. McKelvey, Ben; Dennett, Gavin // Ralph;Nov2003, p66
Interviews Chris Cheney, member of the band The Living End. Reason of drummer Travis Demsey in leaving the band; Information on their music release "Modern Artillery."