[ad_1] By Tiffany Hu (January 4, 2022, 4:42 PM EST) – The Ninth Circuit reversed a lower court’s decision to certify two categories of artists and musicians who sued Wolfgang’s Vault online concert archive for alleged infringement of copyright, concluding that individual problems predominate over those affecting the proposed classes.Read More →

[ad_1] Metaphor, allegory, and ambiguous language are often used in music to disguise the true meaning of a song. The lyrics to Lucy In The Sky With Diamonds went over the heads of many who were unfamiliar with LSD. Blondie’s One Way Or Another may sound like a romantic ballad,Read More →

[ad_1] By Michel Christophe Rock Music Menu Columnist It’s beyond last minute to find a gift for the music lover in your life, but don’t panic; Rock Music Menu is here with the annual holiday gift guide to help the desperate. This week, we’re looking at 10 of the bestRead More →

[ad_1] Emilie Weaving is not your usual Stem ambassador Many 10-year-old girls write letters to themselves as adults. Few say that when they are older they will be the team manager of Italian motorcycle rider Valentino Rossi. Almost 20 years later, mechanical engineer Emilie Weaving is still chasing her dream,Read More →

[ad_1] My column as we see it in the November 2021 issue of Stereophile was a heartfelt expression of regret for my inability to connect with current rock music. It ended with a request for recommendations. I have them. What’s more, most (but not quite) of those who responded foundRead More →

[ad_1] Covering someone else’s gear has been the norm since rock and roll has been around. While some people like to think that artists “borrow” their song ideas a little too much, the foundation of rock was the same blues groups that jam in their garage on other people’s material.Read More →

[ad_1] Charmie Joy Pagulong – The Filipina Star November 14, 2021 | 00:00 Måneskin thinks rock music is coming back. “I think slowly, maybe it’s coming back. The fact that this kind of music is working really well again proves to people and bands that maybe they want to doRead More →

[ad_1] Rock and roll tends to take care of itself much more than the pop market. While most costumes tend to let their great performers down like flies, people like Radiohead and U2 wouldn’t be where they are today if they didn’t get it right on their next rounds ofRead More →

[ad_1] Nico Marks spent his youthful days in Long Beach, surfing, skateboarding, and listening and playing punk rock music. For a while, Nico Marks lived on a beach in Jamaica. He made a living working as a plumber on the island paradise. He loved the beaches, surfing and playing music.Read More →

[ad_1] Although throughout the ’90s MTV began to dedicate more of its slots to reality shows and celebrity-centric slag, music video gaming was still going strong. A larger budget, developments in CGI, and the emergence of new musical genres have all contributed to ever more innovative and exciting ways ofRead More →

[ad_1] In many ways, the 2000s were a great time for rock ‘n’ roll. Arguably the last stand of guitar music, there were formidable new bands like Arctic Monkeys, veterans like Radiohead hitting a rich series of shapes, a brief but glorious New York scene bringing us The Strokes etRead More →

[ad_1] LENOX – Many locals still call it “the duck farm” – officially, the Stonover Inn, a historic Under Mountain Road property owned for 20 years by former rock music producer Tom Werman and his wife, Suky, an educator who reinvented himself as an art gallery curator for the farm’sRead More →

[ad_1] The history of music is littered with those moments that changed the cause of its evolution. As music scholars endlessly debate the origins of this genre or movement, it’s difficult to pinpoint exactly what sparked certain trends. That said, there are those moments that are universally accepted as beingRead More →

[ad_1] There is a certain respect that comes with being the leader of a group. No matter what’s going on in the studio, people will have their eyes drawn to you every time they take the stage. You better make sure you have that stage presence because you might haveRead More →

[ad_1] The role of the bassist has been pretty much written in rock music since its inception. If you are having a hard time with the singer overcoming you, imagine how the guy holding the bass in the background feels. That being said, there are still some bass players whoRead More →

[ad_1] The 90s may have been the last great decade for rock music. With guitar bands booming thanks to Nirvana and the excesses of the ’70s and’ 80s going out of style, there has never been a better time to form a band and start making tracks. Complexity and indulgenceRead More →

[ad_1] Quarrels between musicians are as much a part of rock music as guitars and cocaine. With all the fragile egos swirling around in a haze of booze, adultery and media tabloids, it’s inevitable that music’s big names will end up rubbing shoulders in a less than cordial mansion. SometimesRead More →

[ad_1] Fathom Events and Greenwich Entertainment are proud to announce that “NEEDTOBREATHE: Into the Mystery” will hit theaters nationwide in a special one-night film event on November 3rd. This intimate documentary chronicles the recording of GRAMMY® Award-nominated rock group NEEDTOBREATHE’s latest album, while in quarantine in a historic house turnedRead More →

[ad_1] The Nova Twins discussed the resurgence of rock and punk music at festivals this summer, saying rock is “getting back to its time.” The duo were talking to NME for a new Big Read cover after their sets at Reading & Leeds festivals last month, and explained how rockRead More →

[ad_1] Photograph by KATHY TRAN. EOn Christmas Day itself, David Romano and his family were eating Chinese food in New York City. President of the Local Favorite Restaurants group and creator of traditional restaurants, Romano found a special place in his heart for Chinese cuisine and culture, which he experiencedRead More →

[ad_1] As concerts and tours are halted around the world due to the ongoing coronavirus pandemic, some festivals are bravely continuing despite this. Yet while some high-profile multi-day events like Lollapalooza have run successfully this summer, Bonnaroo won’t be so lucky as the extravagance has been canceled due to theRead More →

[ad_1] When the Rolling Stones announced earlier this month that their longtime partner Steve Jordan would replace Charlie Watts on drums for upcoming ‘No Filter’ concerts, with the latter recovering from a ‘procedure’ Undisclosed, there was a collective breathing. by longtime fans of the group. Watts was 80 years oldRead More →

[ad_1] Story The history of Austin’s famous indie rock scene dates back to the heyday of psychedelic rock in the 60s and 70s. The original Vulcan gas company, the precursor of the infamous Armadillo World Headquarters, incubated Austin’s indie music scene in which some of the country’s greatest rock figuresRead More →

[ad_1] Glash was not a melodic night but a rock band – the group of passionate and courageous young people often pleaded. The dogmatic environment could not see the difference between the two. Odisha and in particular Cuttack have organized melodic evenings (orchestral groups) promoted by music professionals from Odia,Read More →

[ad_1] Glash was not a melodic night but a rock band – the group of passionate and courageous young people often pleaded. The dogmatic environment could not see the difference between the two. Odisha and in particular Cuttack have organized melodic evenings (orchestral groups) promoted by music professionals from Odia,Read More →