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Rock Father: Unleashed

From life to business and thoughts on what’s happening in the world around us, this is the place where James Zahn aka The Rock Father offers unfiltered, uncensored commentary, opinions, and insight into everything and anything when inspiration strikes. This journal is The Rock Father: Unleashed.

It's nearing midnight, and I'm sitting here in my office at Rock Father HQ with tears in my eyes. No, I'm not crying, but the eyes are definitely misty with happy tears as I type these words and assess...
I have been working on this blog entry since November 25. Over the past few weeks, I've gone back and forth on it, updating, adding new information, and finally setting it free...I really wish that we could all just...
If you happen to be into STAR WARS (and don't lie, you are), then this post is for you. A follow-up to my recent blog on the status of Patrick Read Johnson's film 5-25-77, word has come down that Nick...
In keeping with the illusion of the "Rock and Roll Lifestyle," I could tell you that last Thursday night, I drove into Chicago proper, where I spent the evening having drinks with a group of lovely women, admiring the...
If you've ever dreamed of owning a bass played by PRIMUS frontman Les Claypool, you now have a chance - and one that benefits a worthy cause. Two years ago, Claypool's nephew, Matthew was diagnosed with a rare form...
As countless conflicts continue to rage around the Globe, there's always a few that seem to get swept under the mental rug and forgotten about. We often think of the mess in the Middle East, with those "name-brand" clashes...
I have a real problem with nostalgia. Hard thing is, in my adventures in-and-out of the entertainment world, and now as a parent, nostalgia plays a big part of everyday life. You're always sucked into the past, whether to...
Ah yes, the traditional "evil baby" movie of the year is upon us. Like ROSEMARY'S BABY, THE OMEN, IT'S ALIVE, ORPHAN and countless others before it, DEVIL'S DUE (no, not the comic book company) is arriving courtesy of 20th...
I turned 36 last week, and while many people would say "that isn't really old," I sure feel old when I think about how much Trick or Treating has changed over the past 30 years or so. Raising a...
There was this issue about a week and a half ago... you might've heard about it here on The Rock Father, or on The Good Men Project... or on The Huffington Post... or even from Willie Geist over at...