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Capital Records
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Grand Funk Railroad Goes Red White & Blue In July Of 1973

A band from Flint was rocking nationwide big time this week in 1973. Grand Funk Railroad’s single “We're An American Band" entered the music charts on its way to #1. The tune was the bands first #1 single. A month later the album of the same name would be #1.

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Kiss, Grand Funk Railroad Guitarist Bruce Kulick Gets Married

Big congratulations to former Kiss and current solo and Grand Funk Railroad guitarist Bruce Kulick, who got married to fiancee Lisa Lane this weekend in Los Angeles. "It was a magical day, with many wonderful memories to share," he enthused on his Facebook page.

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Capitol Records
Capitol Records
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41 Years Ago: Grand Funk Railroad’s Equipment Seized by Former Manager

In December 1972, Grand Funk Railroad found themselves in the middle of an unprecedented legal battle with their former manager Terry Knight. The battle would scar the band financially for years to come.

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Hulton Archive, Hulton Archive
Hulton Archive, Hulton Archive
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Grand Funk Railroad Were Huge 43 Years Ago

1970 was a big year Grand Funk Railroad their third album “Closer to Home” became the group's third gold record in one year.The collection reached #6 this week 1970. Plus they would have two sold out concerts at Madison Square Garden in New York City in 1970.

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Capitol Records
Capitol Records
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40 Years Ago: Grand Funk Railroad’s ‘We’re an American Band’ Album Released

Grand Funk Railroad were huge during the first half of the '70s. Every album they released between 1969 and 1975 went either gold or platinum, and in 1971 they even beat the Beatles' box-office record at Shea Stadium, selling out the venue in less than 72 hours.

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Grand Funk Railroad’s Mark Farner on Drugs, Soldiers, and Breakups

In a recent interview, Mark Farner, one-time leader of Grand Funk Railroad, talked about the legacy of the mighty band.  “We were a bunch of 20-year-old rock and rollers who were putting our thoughts out there and looking for answers, and so were our fans.” he said. ” We were saying what everybody wanted to say.”

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Capitol Records
Capitol Records
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Early Grand Funk Railroad – Today’s Vault

Flint's famous sons Grand Funk Railroad supply the trip back today via the Closer To Home album.  Definitely one of the albums highlights would be the moody Mean Mistreater, a fan fave since the albums release 100 years ago.  Well, seems like it!  Memories from Mark Don & Mel, around 5:20pm.

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Wounded Bird Records
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Rarely Heard Solo Mark Farner – Today’s Vinyl Vault

I still remember the excitement we all felt at the radio station in 1977 when word got out that Mark Farner was releasing a solo album.  I think most of Flint was!  We gave it significant airplay but it never caught on nationally and dropped off

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Capitol Records
Capitol Records
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Flint’s Famous Sons – GFRR on Today’s Vinyl Vault

Lets get the "way back machine" programmed for 1969 today and feature some good old classic Grand Funk Railroad.  A brand new band then, still trying to find their chops.  That means loud and raw - before the big poppy hits came.  It's M

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Hulton Archive, Getty Images
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Grand Funk Railroad – Back to the Beginning on The Vinyl Vault

Flint's famous sons, Grand Funk Railroad get a spin on today's Vault with a track from their very first album in 1969, 'On Time'.  They were too, a perfect raw sound at the perfect time!  Plus, Mark

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