[ad_1] Presented at the Trop Rock Music Awards Show on November 4 in Key West LOOK: Brevard singer-songwriter John McDonald received the Trop Rock Music Association’s Single of the Year award for the title track from his current album, Islandology. Above, McDonald speaks to Space Coast Daily’s Giles Malone aboutRead More →

[ad_1] It’s never easy trying to find your audience in the music world. When you sit down to write something from the heart, there’s almost a fluke that comes into play, almost praying that someone else understands the kind of emotions you’re dealing with in your songs. It’s nice whenRead More →

[ad_1] It’s never easy trying to find your audience in the music world. When you sit down to write something from the heart, there’s almost a fluke that comes into play, almost praying that someone else understands the kind of emotions you’re dealing with in your songs. It’s nice whenRead More →

[ad_1] Eds: This story was provided by The Conversation for AP customers. The Associated Press does not guarantee the content. David W. Stowe, Michigan State University (THE CONVERSATION) After three multi-platinum and six platinum albums, 30 million albums sold and more than a billion streams, singer Amy Grant is aboutRead More →

[ad_1] Bruce Springsteen recently shared his thoughts on the current state of rock, admitting he wouldn’t want to be an up-and-coming musician from today because “it’s just a different world”. In his last appearance on The Howard Stern Showthe singer-songwriter commented on how the musical landscape has changed drastically overRead More →

[ad_1] Elton John on stage in 1971. CC by SA 2.0. 1 credit “Hold me close, young Tony Danza.” In a 1996 episode of Friends, Phoebe Buffay, the endearing moron played by Lisa Kudrow, said the most romantic song of all time was the one Elton John wrote for theRead More →

[ad_1] This music consortium is best known for being experimental with a sophisticated edge of power. Doc Snow is an up-and-coming artist whose original creations dance beyond the ordinary boundaries that the music industry tries to maintain. The tunes from his new album, damage, bring together rock, classic, folk, jazzRead More →

[ad_1] Richard W. Stout III ‘Indigo Groove’ is a gripping album that depicts Buffalo, Jr., and Marc Ford’s splendid ability to let groove take over and dazzle audiences. OLD LYME, CONNECTICUT, USA, November 1, 2022 /EINPresswire.com/ — A Rock record that will undoubtedly delight the public, ‘Indigo Groove‘ is theRead More →

[ad_1] Jerry Lee LewisThe rock and roll innovator whose career stumbled after marrying 13-year-old cousin Myra Gale Brown has died aged 87. Lewis’ passing was announced on Friday, October 28 by his publicist, Zach Farnum of the 117 Group. His death had previously been mistakenly reported by TMZ and otherRead More →

[ad_1] The post office Jerry Lee Lewis, rock music pioneer, dead at 87 appeared first on Result. Jerry Lee LewisThe rock and roll innovator whose career stumbled after marrying 13-year-old cousin Myra Gale Brown has died aged 87. Lewis’ passing was announced on Friday, October 28 by his publicist, ZachRead More →

[ad_1] FORT WAYNE, Indiana (ADAMS) – The City of Fort Wayne Community Development Division Neighborhood Planning and Activation Administrator has been selected to attend the 14th Annual Vanguard Conference in El Paso, Texas . Dan Baisden will attend a three-day series of presentations, workshops and neighborhood tours that will coverRead More →

[ad_1] What happened to rock music? With pop and hip hop dominating the charts, it feels like the days of bands are over. Where is it? We study the state of the rock It’s a debate on the tip of the tongue of music journalists and guitar-loving musos. Is rockRead More →

[ad_1] Defining what is distinctly 80s rock can be a bit tricky. With the bleeding of the 70s and a booming music scene that encouraged innovation and excess, the genre took off in many directions with a number of different rock flavors battling the charts. Nevertheless, there are a handfulRead More →

[ad_1] Matteo Colombo Getty Images The Las Vegas Strip has evolved over the years from hosting glitzy, albeit kitsch, performers like Donny & Marie, magicians Siegfried & Roy and pianist Liberace in the past to currently booking a parade of traditional musical performers in long-term residences. What hotel casino ownersRead More →

[ad_1] Matteo Colombo Getty Images The Las Vegas Strip has evolved over the years from hosting glitzy, albeit kitsch, performers like Donny & Marie, magicians Siegfried & Roy and pianist Liberace in the past to currently booking a parade of traditional musical performers in long-term residences. What hotel casino ownersRead More →

[ad_1] The Las Vegas Strip has evolved over the years from hosting glitzy, albeit kitsch, performers like Donny & Marie, magicians Siegfried & Roy and pianist Liberace in the past to currently booking a parade of traditional musical performers in long-term residences. What hotel casino owners know is that itRead More →

[ad_1] There’s no right way to headbang to rock and roll forever. Even if you were born to the same songs Chuck Berry wrote years ago, there comes a time when everyone needs a break and detoxes from loud guitars and screaming vocals. There’s no shame in stepping out ofRead More →

[ad_1] Let the music speak (Photo by Marcelo Hernandez/Getty Images) Rock ‘n’ roll songs are iconic. The stuff of legends. What are some of the best? Here are our picks… “Purple Haze” – Jimi Hendrix (Photo by -/Svenska Dagbladet/AFP via Getty Images) “Freebird” – Lynyrd Skynyrd (Will Chandler/staff) “Stairway toRead More →

[ad_1] The Las Vegas Strip has evolved over the years from hosting glitzy, albeit kitsch, performers like Donny & Marie, magicians Siegfried & Roy and pianist Liberace in the past to currently booking a parade of traditional musical performers in long-term residences. What hotel casino owners know is that itRead More →

[ad_1] There’s no right way to headbang to rock and roll forever. Even if you were born to the same songs Chuck Berry wrote years ago, there comes a time when everyone needs a break and detoxes from loud guitars and screaming vocals. There’s no shame in stepping out ofRead More →

[ad_1] There’s no one right way to headbang to rock and roll forever. Even if you were born to the same songs Chuck Berry wrote years ago, there comes a time when everyone needs a break and detoxes from loud guitars and screaming vocals. There’s no shame in stepping outRead More →

[ad_1] When the few indie musicians who attended All About Music this year left, they didn’t say goodbye, but “See you November 5th.” It was a no-brainer that if not sooner they would meet on the day the legendary Independence Rock (I-Rock) will be back after a nine-year hiatus. ForRead More →

[ad_1] Roger Daltrey and Pete Townshend performing with The Who in Hamburg, 1972. CC by SA 2.0. Credit: Heinrich Klaffs https://flickr.com/people/47686431@N04 Around a thousand years ago, the elite class in Ireland began to take surnames which began with O’ – O’Sullivan, O’Brien, O’Connor – with the O’ translating to ‘little-Read More →