Richmond punk rock band Avail will play Brown’s Island this Saturday after a pair of sold-out local gigs three years ago. The concert, Over the James, named after the band’s seminal 1998 album, will include performances by Quicksand, Cave In, Ceremony, Screaming Females and Terminal Bliss. “There’s no better placeRead More →

Summer is when Atlantic City casinos have traditionally scheduled entertainment offerings that go beyond the standard single-night headliner bookings. Among them are three attractions that together span a wide artistic (and demographic) spectrum. Individually, each has a lot to recommend it: Magical mysterious doors At Ocean, the musical revue everyRead More →

The-Green-Room-Willow-Still – Credit: Ashley Battle/Rolling Stone Willow is known for her diverse musical tastes, from teen pop to R&B to punk and more. But one influence has become even more accentuated for her lately: the explosive and glam rock of the 1970s of Queen. “If you really think about it,Read More →

INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. (ADAMS) – An Indiana distillery with local ties has a playful new take on bourbon. Hotel Tango Distillery has just unveiled its latest offering – a nostalgic toasted marshmallow flavored bourbon. Hotel Tango Distillery, a veteran-owned brand that creates “premium and disciplined” spirits, has launched its “Shmallow ToastedRead More →

Some modern films are re-released too soon, and some, criminally neglected at the time, are just ripe for more than worthy of reappraisal. That’s certainly the case with the excellent redemption rock doc”Anvil! Anvil’s story! since 2009. Celebrating its 13th anniversary this fall, Utopia Breakdown announced this week that itRead More →

In a new interview with the NMEPixies’ Black Francois reflected on the current fortunes of rock music from his perspective as a musician who emerged long before the internet age of streaming services. Compared to how they did – at least when I was a kid – it’s not praisedRead More →

INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. (ADAMS) – The Indiana Housing and Community Development Authority is suspending new applications for Indiana’s Emergency Rental Assistance Program. This is because the agency believes that all federal emergency rent assistance funds will soon be exhausted. They are still processing requests that were sent before the break. SoRead More →

Bach to Rock, the American music school for students of all ages The San Diego school opened a month before the pandemic closings. Mengjia Chen quickly turned to virtual classes. His determination and dedication to getting the school off the ground was inspirational, said Brian Gross, president of Bach toRead More →

Top franchise owners share expert tips for success in 4-part series BETHESDA, MD., July 20, 2022 /PRNewswire-PRWeb/ — From Bach to Rock (B2R), America’s music school for students of all ages, today announces the launch of the final profile of its franchisee pitch campaign, which features top Bach to RockRead More →

There’s no denying the power of having a leader in hard rock. In the great tradition of the likes of Led Zeppelin’s Robert Plant, the singer was normally seen as the band’s de facto spokesperson, belting out his heart night after night and becoming the go-to personality every time heRead More →

For Mötley Crüe, inspiration struck – as it often does – under influence. It was the early 1980s and bandmates Vince Neil, Tommy Lee and Nikki Sixx were drinking Löwenbräu beer, a German drink. The umlauts in the name seemed to strike a chord with them. “I remember it likeRead More →

ORLANDO, Florida. – Concerts can be loud, energetic or soothing depending on the type of music. No matter the genre, concerts are fun for everyone, and even better when they’re free. [TRENDING: Flagler commissioner argues with troopers as he’s cited for speeding twice | Father of suspect in Mount DoraRead More →

My tastes coalesced around rock music, especially the harder and faster kind, by the time I was in college. They used to be pop oriented: the Beatles are my first and forever musical love. My two older brothers were into music. One of them skewed pop/top-40. The other biased, psychedelicRead More →

INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. (ADAMS) – Lt. Governor Suzanne Crouch and the Indiana Housing and Community Development Authority (IHCDA) announced a partnership with the Indiana Bar Foundation, Inc. (IBF) to provide legal services to Hoosiers facing eviction. IBF responded to a request for proposal (RFP) and received $13.1 million to provide legalRead More →

FORT WAYNE, Ind. (ADAMS) – The Bloomingdale’s Neighborhood Association and Historic Wells Street Business Corridor are the recipients of the 2022 AARP Community Challenge Grant. The area that connects to downtown Fort Wayne has made great improvements in recent years. The Bloomingdale neighborhood hopes the grant will improve livability forRead More →

Bugs Bunny always knew how to spot a sucker Think you know your classic rock trivia? The point here is actually whether your friends do. We’ve rounded up chart fact questions for some of the biggest names in music, and intentionally selected some that may seem like they have obviousRead More →

Country the United States of AmericaUS Virgin IslandsU.S. Minor Outlying IslandsCanadaMexico, United Mexican StatesBahamas, Commonwealth ofCuba, Republic ofDominican RepublicHaiti, Republic ofJamaicaAfghanistanAlbania, People’s Socialist Republic ofAlgeria, People’s Democratic Republic ofAmerican SamoaAndorra, Principality ofAngola, Republic ofAnguillaAntarctica (the territory south of 60 degrees S)Antigua and BarbudaArgentina, Argentine RepublicArmeniaArubaAustralia, Commonwealth ofAustria, Republic ofAzerbaijan, RepublicRead More →

Music is a complex world, defined by larger-than-life personalities and vastly different hordes of fans. Due to the wide variety and demands of attentive fans within the industry, music has grown to an immeasurably broad spectrum over the decades to suit everyone’s tastes. From jazz to grindcore, the music offersRead More →

St. Paul creator Tommy Sar recommends viewing the play”Cambodian rock bandat the Jungle Theater in Minneapolis, co-produced by Theater Mu. The play follows a Khmer Rouge survivor returning to Cambodia after 30 years as his daughter pursues a war criminal. Key to the show is its music, as the actor-musiciansRead More →

James Rado, actor, playwright and director best known for creating (with collaborator Gerome Ragni) the groundbreaking 1967 production “Hair: The American Tribal Love-Rock Musical,” has died at age 90. A publicist and friend of Rado’s confirmed to The Associated Press that he died of cardiopulmonary arrest Tuesday in New York.Read More →

Stones manager Andrew Loog Oldham had worked with Beatles manager Brian Epstein. Together they had helped shape the Liverpudlians’ image, but Epstein fired Oldham after an argument. “We were the instrument of [Oldham’s] revenge on Epstein,” Keith Richards wrote in his autobiography Life. Oldham didn’t understand right away. He triedRead More →

By Dana Hendrickson Email Dana Hendrickson About this blog: I hope readers of my blog will join me and other members of the Menlo Park community in a collective effort to transform our downtown into a much more where residents enjoy much more positive experiences and… ( Continued) About thisRead More →

Casinos are places where people go to have fun. They want to be entertained and have fun. The main means of entertainment are, of course, all these beautiful casino games. But the party doesn’t stop there! Another way to excite visitors is to play rock music. This musical genre isRead More →

In a recent interview with classic rock magazine, Motley Crue bassist and main songwriter Nikki Sixx lamented the current state of music, calling most of what he hears today “extremely overproduced” Advertising. Scroll to continue reading. “My criticism is that it is extremely overproduced in many cases,” 6x said. “It’sRead More →