[ad_1] You usually think of the “90s” when you think of indie music. And while that genre certainly exploded in that decade thanks to Oasis, Blur, and a whole host of other lesser-known artists (this list of NME is a great place to start if you want to dive intoRead More →

[ad_1] The biggest temptation that accompanies everyone in the music industry is the idea of ​​selling yourself. We all have to make a living at the end of the day, and sometimes it’s a little easier to make a name for yourself by simply following the trends rather than stickingRead More →

[ad_1] Every musician, good or bad, has at least one classic song to offer the world. Even if you think some artists are beyond repair, there are always those subtle glimpses of quality that might give you hope for what they might do later. It happens to all of us…evenRead More →

[ad_1] FORT WAYNE, Ind. (ADAMS) – The City of Fort Wayne Neighborhood Planning and Activation Task Force announced that 38 neighborhood associations are receiving grants totaling more than $170,000 to support community-led projects. These projects range from new landscaping in common areas to replacing neighborhood signage. Any registered Fort WayneRead More →

[ad_1] NEWS | CHARACTERISTICS | PREVIEWS | EVENTS originally published: 02/24/2022 (ORADELL, NJ) — Bergen County Players (BCP)one of America’s oldest small theater companies, presents the uplifting, uplifting and joyful classic rock musical divine spell. Under the direction of Lynne Lupfer, this musical sensation, the premiere of internationally acclaimed composerRead More →

[ad_1] EDGEOUT RECORDS PRESENTS THE FUTURE OF ROCK MUSIC AT #HAPPENS @ THE BARBERSHOP (LAS VEGAS SPEAKEASY) Tweet that Bluphoria has completed its development phase. The group entered East Iris Studios at Nashville last January to record their first album with an 11-time GRAMMY®-nominated GRAMMY®-winning mixer/producer Mark Needham (MacFleetwood, TheRead More →

[ad_1] Jujubee’s Kentucky Futurity victory celebration (photo by Amanada Stephens) Hightstown, New Jersey— It’s not uncommon for music to be part of an athlete’s daily training routine. Even when the athlete is a horse. In this case, the trotter of the year 2021, Jujubee. “He likes hard rock,” Jujubee keeperRead More →

[ad_1] Slash joins Travis Mills on Apple Music 1 to discuss the release of 4 (with Myles Kennedy and The Conspirators), his experience working with Spatial Audio, the current state of rock, embracing TikTok, being the very first release on the new Gibson label, and more. Read an excerpt belowRead More →

[ad_1] During the 2022 BRIT Awards red carpet, it was revealed that Ed Sheeran would open the show with ‘Bad Habits’, the hit single from his album Equals (=). The announcement came as no surprise, as starting Britain’s biggest music event of the year with the country’s biggest star performingRead More →

[ad_1] Queen guitarist Brian May praised one of rock’s pioneers The Beatles and admitted they are the pinnacle of rock writing and music. Brian May is known for being the guitarist and keyboardist of his co-founded rock band Queen. The legendary musician’s huge impact on his band Queen made themRead More →

[ad_1] Anyone who still says rock has been dead since the mid-2000s needs to seriously get their ears checked. Over the past decade, we’ve seen some of the greatest rock music the world has ever produced come to fruition. It’s just not the way you expected it to be. OfRead More →

[ad_1] As Far Out Magazine Details, in the early 70s, David Bowie was alien rockstar Ziggy Stardust, as featured in 1972’s “Ziggy Stardust and the Spiders From Mars”. Then he was a tougher version of the same character as Aladdin Sane, on the 1973 album of the same name. OnRead More →

[ad_1] Is classic rock dead? Surely not. Just look at Greta Van Fleet, Dirty Honey and Tyler Bryant, who have all built rabid loyal followers for that nostalgic dirty electric guitar sound. And now another band looking to fan the flames of outspoken rock ‘n’ roll is Bomber, a quartetRead More →

[ad_1] When rock and roll was first released, it wasn’t necessarily considered the most heartfelt music in the world. While someone like Little Richard or Jerry Lee Lewis may have lit the scene at the time, it can’t really be said that the songs exactly came from a personal placeRead More →

[ad_1] There are tons of rock and roll bands that have been considered the greatest by musicians. In 2016, Metallic co-founder and singer James Hetfield showed his admiration for the rock genre and named some of his favorite rock bands. Born August 3, 1963, James Hetfield was the leader, guitarist,Read More →

[ad_1] Classic rock once again serves as the soundtrack to some of this year’s biggest and best Super Bowl commercials. You can read more about the songs and see all the commercials below. Amazon Alexa: Fleetwood Mac’s “Little Lies”Scarlett Johansson and Colin Jost play this place for Amazon Alexa, asRead More →

[ad_1] Hindsight is a virtue, especially in the case of changing public opinion over time. Things that were once fondly remembered are now considered archaic, even embarrassing. The reverse is also true. There are a host of albums, now considered classics in their field, that were viewed far less favorablyRead More →

[ad_1] We’ve all heard of the British invasion, right? That period of the 1960s when America was flooded with great rock bands like The Beatles, The Rolling Stones, Cream, The Kinks and many more. And how this movement lasted until the 70s with other bands like Led Zeppelin. This time,Read More →

[ad_1] Rock music has been around for about 70 years and has been subjected to countless methods of experimentation and expansion along the way. Thus, it can be difficult for modern bands to bring something genuinely new and commendable to the table. Or so it may seem. Of course, theRead More →

[ad_1] The 80s were a time when rock music leapfrogged in a multitude of directions. Most of the 70s was very similar to what had come before. The mainstream was filled with extended guitar solos and rock star showboating – that was until punk came along to wipe the slateRead More →

[ad_1] Great artists tend to clash a lot. This is definitely the case for the two leading men of Pink Floyd: singer/guitarist David Gilmour and bassist/vocalist Roger Waters. Like Far Out Magazine Details, Gilmour joined the band in 1968 and saw his influence grow until he and Waters were inRead More →

[ad_1] INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. (ADAMS) – The Indiana Institute of Criminal Justice announced the results of the enhanced law enforcement effort that took place over the holidays to reduce traffic accidents and fatalities. The Safe Family Travel campaign ran from Thanksgiving to New Years and led to increased high-visibility patrols andRead More →

[ad_1] Any conversation about the origins of hard rock simply needs to include a proper homage to The Who. Like Pearl Jam Eddie Vedder written for rolling stone (who ranked The Who as the 29th greatest musical artist of all time), “They wanted to be louder, so they asked JimRead More →

[ad_1] This week, two projects revolving around legendary 20th-century rock figures were streamed, though the topics and projects couldn’t be more different. First, the documentary “Poly Styrene: I Am a Cliche” will be in theaters nationwide on Wednesday for a one-night-only big-screen event before becoming available for digital rental onRead More →

[ad_1] This week, two projects revolving around legendary 20th-century rock figures were streamed, though the topics and projects couldn’t be more different. First, the documentary “Poly Styrene: I Am a Cliche” will be in theaters nationwide on Wednesday for a one-night-only big-screen event before becoming available for digital rental onRead More →