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Capitol Records Celebrates Its 75th Anniversary With Hollywood Gala

Get The Knack to Get Vinyl Reissue

Posted by Jim Falkenstein on November 30, 2016

This November 15th, Capitol Records kicked off its year-long 75th Anniversary Celebration with … Berton and Prescott as special invitees.

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Grande Ballroom Book Includes Doug’s Early Career

Posted by Jim Falkenstein on August 24, 2016

A new book, The Grande Ballroom: Detroit’s Rock ‘N’ Roll Palace, by Leo Early. Fans of The Knack and Doug Fieger will be thrilled to know that this publication will include photos and details about his first band, Sky, and his early days on the Detroit music scene.


Berton’s Musical Makes Chicago Debut

Posted by Jim Falkenstein on August 24, 2016

It is with tremendous pride we announce the world-premiere production of the pop rock musical Helldrivers of Daytona, with music by our very own Berton Averre!

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Doug Fieger’s Music Featured in Chris Wood Retrospective

Posted by Jim Falkenstein on April 12, 2016

This June 24th,a limited edition retrospective of works by Chris Wood will be released. Among the tracks will be “There In The Greenbriar,” written by Doug. It’s a great honor…

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Everybody Wants Some!!

Posted by Jim Falkenstein on April 12, 2016

We are proud to announce that “My Sharona” appears prominently in Richard Linklater’s much anticipated new film Everybody Wants Some!!

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Toppermost of the Poppermost!

Posted by Jim Falkenstein on September 25, 2015

Play On! Power Pop Heroes: Volume Three proudly featuring The Knack on its cover and a foreword by Berton Averre


Tributes From Doug’s Family

Posted by Jim Falkenstein on May 28, 2015

Last February 14th marked the 5th anniversary of Doug’s passing… his brother, Geoffrey, and his sister, Beth, paid loving tribute

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The Knack & Omnivore Get High Praise

Posted by Jim Falkenstein on May 28, 2015

The May 19th reissue of Zoom, with bonus tracks, new artwork and commentary by Berton and Prescott, has been generating some glowing reviews