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 →

Originating in the 70s, punk was the product of a generation of young people who had had enough of social conformity and the jaded political landscape. The Sex Pistols embodied the punk rock ethos more than anyone and helped launch the genre into the big leagues of mainstream radio, influencingRead More →

BARNEVELD — Unity Hall kicks off the summer with an upbeat evening of classic rock by Central NY’s Better Than Bowling and hot blues from Syracuse’s Colin Aberdeen at 8 p.m. on Friday, June 17, in the hall’s historic auditorium at 101 Vanderkemp Ave. at Barneveld. Doors will open atRead More →

As good news for TV geeks, family guy was renewed by Fox for another season and is still a great source of comedy after nearly 25 years. Meanwhile, the iconic show has successfully embraced numerous musical references and cameos across a wide range of genres, from popular songs to darlingRead More →

In the grand scheme of rock and roll instruments, keyboards really aren’t considered that cool. If you think it’s hard on your self-esteem as a bassist, just imagine trying to be the big bad rockstar while sitting behind that gigantic piano. That’s not to say the piano doesn’t have itsRead More →

PREMA Racing’s Dennis Hauger has spent more than two years on the official F1 road, so it’s high time we got to know the Norwegian driver a little better. We caught up with the reigning Formula 3 champion, who talked about his idols, named the song he always listens toRead More →

Robert Plante and Alison Krauss started on Climb the Roof Tour by performing at Marvin Sands Center for the Performing Arts in Canandaigua, New York. Nevertheless, during their presentation, they carried out various Led Zeppelin classics. The two artists relied on their joint albums Raise the roof and raise sand.Read More →

NRBQ Photo provided by Chocolate Church Arts Center The Chocolate Church Arts Center at 804 Washington St. in Bath will present a performance by classic rock band NRBQ on Friday, June 10. NRBQ (originally short for “New Rhythm and Blues Quartet”) formed in the mid-1960s and released their self-titled debutRead More →

When Record Store Day celebrated its 15th anniversary this year, it was a testament to the continuing revival of the vinyl format. Today, popular online audio recording database Discogs is taking it a step further by announcing the first-ever Independent Record Store Month, which will run throughout June. Taking itsRead More →

When Record Store Day celebrated its 15th anniversary this year, it was a testament to the continued revival of the vinyl format. Today, popular online audio recording database Discogs is taking it a step further by announcing the first-ever Independent Record Store Month, which will run throughout June. Taking itsRead More →

When Record Store Day celebrated its 15th anniversary this year, it was a testament to the continuing revival of the vinyl format. Today, popular online audio recording database Discogs is taking it a step further by announcing the first-ever Independent Record Store Month, which will run throughout June. Taking itsRead More →

FORT WAYNE, Ind. (ADAMS) – Fort Wayne City Councilwoman Sharon Tucker announced the upcoming Activate SouthEast (PASE) Fort Wayne project, an innovative program designed to engage and enable entrepreneurs to locate their service businesses in the southeast quadrant of Fort Wayne. town. The PASE Fort Wayne program has two components:Read More →

First, the bad sides. Box Office Mojo says that “The Rocker,” the 2008 musical featuring this fictional ’80s hair metal band, was a major box office bomb despite a truly impressive ensemble cast that would make “The Departed” jealous (Rainn Wilson, Emma Stone, Josh Gad, Jason Sudeikis, Will Arnett, JaneRead More →

(MENAFN-EIN Presswire) Johnnathan “FIST” releases new hit album FIST’s groundbreaking album combines musical masterpieces from different golden eras of music to produce an innovative consortium of tracks for listeners. LOS ANGELES, CALIFORNIA, USA, June 1, 2022 /EINPresswire.com/ — Johnnathan “FIST” Edwards is a 51-year-old rising star who has been producingRead More →

Johnnathan “FIST” releases new hit album FIST’s groundbreaking album combines musical masterpieces from different golden eras of music to produce an innovative consortium of tracks for listeners. LOS ANGELES, CALIFORNIA, USA, June 1, 2022 /EINPresswire.com/ — Johnnathan “FIST” Edwards is a 51-year-old rising star who has been producing music forRead More →