As we slowly recover from the Coronavirus hangover, life is getting more enjoyable day by day. Last year we saw a moderate return to normalcy, with concert halls reopening and music festivals dispersing. With Glastonbury returning this year, after a two-year hiatus, we can look forward to the triumphant returnRead More →

When did rock music embrace darkness? It’s an intriguing question. Folk music, of course, has long recorded both the joys and sorrows of life, triumphs and tragedies, but it was arguably not until the 1960s when the reach of popular music widened. is expanded through such high-profile artists and bandsRead More →

The 60s are often over-romanticized by those who remember it and those who want it. While they may not have been flower heaven, some would suggest, however, the decade-long period produced undeniably superb music that still influences and sounds amazing today. It took many attributes to make them a topRead More →

Bengal rookie Evan McPherson (file photo from Bengal) through Geoff Hobson as reported by bengals.com NASHVILLE, Tenn. — The Bengals enter next Sunday’s AFC title game on rookie Evan McPherson’s 52-yard field goal that downed the Titans, 19-16 After stuffing fourth-and-first Derrick Henry, Bengals center linebacker Logan Wilson caught cornerbackRead More →

Today in Old White Guy Opinions: Elvis Costello doesn’t care much about rock music these days. The 67-year-old pop rock legend – who has just released his 32nd studio album, The boy named if – said in a recent interview that he thinks modern rock has lost its spark. “IRead More →

To this day, singles continue to be a staple of the music scene, both as tasters of new albums from established artists and as hooks for cultivating a fanbase for up-and-coming artists. Within the universe of the music maniac, however, there is a relatively small but absolutely fascinating subsection (orRead More →

John Cooperthe leader of grammys-nominated Christian rock band SKILLETspoke to “Watch Washington with Tony Perkins” about how music and his band’s music in particular affects the way people perceive the world. He said (as transcribed by BLABBERMOUTH.NET): “Music is a fantastic vehicle. Music, what’s the right word for that? MusicRead More →

Elvis Costello has admitted that he “doesn’t like” modern rock music very much because “the rhythm is so square”. Costello was interviewed by rolling stone which further drew the rock veteran to writing guitar music, with the singer replying “I don’t like rock music very much. I like rock ‘Read More →

Elvis Costello has admitted that he “doesn’t like” modern rock music very much because “the rhythm is so square”. Costello was interviewed by rolling stone which further drew the rock veteran to writing guitar music, with the singer replying “I don’t like rock music very much. I like rock ‘€Read More →

Published on: 01/15/2022 – 02:46 Paris (AFP)- There had to be something in the water in 1972 – there almost certainly was for these guys. It was a year that spawned several instant American classics – and one that apparently teleported from outer space – that came to define rockRead More →

slash dropped Remind the dogs, the third single from his forthcoming fourth album with Myles Kennedy and the Conspirators, 4. Continuation of previously released singles The river rises and fill my world, Remind the dogs sees the Guns N’ Roses man serve up an abundance of crisp classic rock-inspired riffsRead More →

Ever since rock greats Journey and ’80s arcade giants Bally Midway came together to create a video game named after the band, the genres of music and gaming have become near perfect. Rock giants like Mötley Crüe and Aerosmith have since followed suit, inspired by Journey before them, the latterRead More →

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No casual rock fan will argue that the most important instrument is the guitar. No matter how many people like Sting or Elton John become famous playing another instrument, the reason we remember icons like Jimi Hendrix and Eddie Van Halen is because they have a six-string in their hand.Read More →

Since the dawn of MTV in 1981, music videos have played an increasingly important role in the industry. Artists and record labels are, of course, always looking for new ways to market their work. For years, musicians have visually enriched their live shows with elaborate costumes, sets and designer lighting.Read More →

Tony Rock learned a long time ago that he cannot accept the fact that he is Chris Rock’s brother. As such, he remains a motivated and hardworking performer, whether he performs in films and television projects, in stand-up comedies, or through recurring gigs like his time as a panelist onRead More →

Tony Rock learned a long time ago that he cannot accept the fact that he is Chris Rock’s brother. As such, he remains a motivated and hardworking performer, whether he performs in films and television projects, in stand-up comedies, or through recurring gigs like his time as a panelist onRead More →

Tony Rock learned a long time ago that he cannot accept the fact that he is Chris Rock’s brother. As such, he remains a motivated and hardworking performer, whether he performs in films and television projects, in stand-up comedies, or through recurring gigs like his time as a panelist onRead More →

The classic rock show Upcoming dates include: Friday January 7th, Portsmouth Guildhall; Tuesday January 18, Guildford’s G Live; Thursday January 20, Eastbourne Congress Theater; and Tuesday, January 25, Crawley’s Hawth. Music director James Cole said: “It has been difficult. When this tour takes place, it will be two years sinceRead More →

Jeff Beck and Stevie Wonder The death of Maurice White of Earth, Wind & Fire in 2016 made us reflect on how soul and classic rock music went from friendly cousins ​​in the early 1960s to brothers with different mothers over the years. decade and into the 70s. If youRead More →