Hello, I am concerned. I tend that most or many of the images on rock bands are insterted on the left sight of the sections they represent as era. Isn't it more proper, more readable and clean to put it on the right? From a point of view of the reader the text should follow and then it will stop on the images on the right that interupt and complete the view of the articles? Don't you see it as a better opton? Let the images interact in full articles and sections, not in blustered 10 line-texts. I ask as a concerned editor, working on musical articles for 13 full years. Thanks beforehand!
To - update info on The Rick Lawndale Band 2011 Rick Lawndale issued a country flavored Cd on Sunspot called "Ponderosa Parkway" featuring guests Oscar Rospide, Paul Feldman and Bill McClellan. Rick is currently working on the Rick Lawndale Unplugged Volume 1 cs. â Preceding unsigned comment added by 22.214.171.124 (talk) 03:21, 12 August 2014 (UTC)
You're in the wrong place. Go to Lawndale (band) and edit the article there, though the band's notability looks tenuous at present and it at risk of being nominated for deletion. Ritchie333(talk)(cont) 09:32, 12 August 2014 (UTC)
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