When it comes to rock and roll, you would think that a garage is a garage is a garage. Sure, the space might not actually be a garage per se. Maybe the rock and roll lab in question is actually a warehouse, or a "practice studio." But the physical structure of the place doesn't matter any more than where it's located -- and anyone who spends enough time in there and has enough talent and gets enough breaks should have some remote shot at fulfilling a... More >>>