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 →

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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 →

The Van Wezel will host the KANSAS in Sarasota on Friday January 28 at 8 p.m. With a legendary career spanning nearly five decades, KANSAS has established themselves as one of America’s iconic classical rock bands. This Topeka garage band released their first album in 1974 after being discovered byRead More →

After a long year of 2020 almost entirely devoid of live music, 2021 has brought with it the return of concerts. Many rules and restrictions were in place as artists and venues tried to move forward amid the ongoing COVID pandemic. Yet vaccination proof and crowd size restrictions were smallRead More →

Some, especially in the image-conscious rock world, enter the holiday season reluctantly, perhaps ringing a sleigh bell here, and briefly donning a Santa hat there, hoping that no one will notice – or remember. The Darkness, on the other hand, had released a Christmas single even before their debut albumRead More →

The general sound, aesthetics and attitude of rock music have changed a lot over the decades. The blues is where it all started, and it eventually evolved into rockabilly and regular rock’n’roll in the 1950s. From the mid to late 1960s there was psychedelic rock and then some. artists beganRead More →

Since the dawn of man, humans have searched for ways to feel better. Beyond food, shelter, and clothing … humans like to feel good. Music, perhaps hitting a log with a stick, has long been one of the methods of appeasing the wild beast. Another calming method, of course, hasRead More →

The New York Times published a guest opinion piece last week titled “Should classic rock songs be toppled like Confederate statues?” He then renamed the editorial to more reflect what the article postulates: “Can we separate art from artist?” “ The author focuses most of his anger on Don McLean’sRead More →

Maxxon is a sweet, curious, and kind boy of Caucasian and Hispanic descent. He is generally easy-going and calm. His favorite activities are cycling and watching TV. Maxxon is fascinated by broadcasting and radio. He also enjoys interacting with adults and loves music, especially classic rock. Maxxon has a goodRead More →

Winner, lose © (Graeme Jennings / Washington Examiner) YOUNGKIN-109.JPG United States today preleased a report on November 3 announcing “historic firsts” for candidates of color in the November 2 election. Loading error The words “Winsome” and “Sears” are particularly missing from the original version of the article. “As the pollsRead More →

Winner, lose United States today preleased a report on November 3 announcing “historic firsts” for candidates of color in the November 2 election. The words “Winsome” and “Sears” are particularly missing from the original version of the article. “As the polls closed on Tuesday night, states across the country sawRead More →

Rock and Roll Music Hall of Fame induction ceremonies are filled with unforgettable moments, but the 2018 ceremony was memorable for what does not have to arrive. Dire Straits was eventually inducted that year, but singer and guitar virtuoso Mark Knopfler declined to attend and none of their songs wereRead More →

Rock music has embraced various aspects of “fem” since its inception. In the 60s Jimi Hendrix wore brightly colored scarves, skinny jeans and floral shirts, but the trend exploded in the 80s with hair metal. Rock and roll even used the flower associated with women as metaphors to describe life,Read More →

Photo: Getty Images/iStockphoto He who sings prays twice, said Saint Augustine. Maybe that’s why music has always seemed like a great teacher to me, although not all of the messages have been holy. In fact, the instrument I least like to hear at Catholic mass, the acoustic guitar, I likeRead More →

(LR) Styx and Patti LaBelle will soon be performing at the Hard Rock Casino in Cincinnati.Photos: facebook.com/styxtheband and facebook.com/pattilabelle Two legendary artists in very different genres will soon be in Cincinnati. Progressive rock band Styx and R & B / Gospel / Pop queen Patti LaBelle will be heading toRead More →

Click to enlarge Photos: facebook.com/styxtheband and facebook.com/pattilabelle (LR) Styx and Patti LaBelle will be performing at the Hard Rock Casino in Cincinnati soon. Two legendary artists in very different genres will soon be in Cincinnati. Progressive rock band Styx and R & B / Gospel / Pop queen Patti LaBelleRead More →

HomeSafe The classic rock & roll evening Seminole Hard Rock Hotel & Casino, Hollywood January 29, 2022 • WHO: HomeSafe with Event Chairs Steve Bernstein and Abby Bernstein-Henderson • WHAT: The classic rock and roll evening HomeSafe’s annual fundraiser, The Classic Rock and Roll Party, includes a full dinner, openRead More →

Michel Baltierra Classic rock in Puyallup (Photo by Mike Baltierra) It was a fantastic night of classic rock and roll in front of a large crowd who went out on a cold midweek evening to have a great time at the Washington State Fair in Puyallup. Styx, who is onRead More →

Classic rock, especially of the Woodstock era, has grown from middle-aged to old-fashioned status during the 21st century. Four recent jazz projects shine a light on the venerable subgenre’s disproportionate influence, with covers of seminal material from a blues-based supergroup, folk-rock icons, the ultimate guitar hero and the band ofRead More →