[ad_1] Boo Hag, Graveyard (self-published) Find it: boohagmusic.com It’s a classic conundrum for most rock bands, but it’s especially acute for a minimalist, garage-oriented rock band like Boo Hag: where exactly are we going? The Columbia duo seemed to burst onto the stage fully formed, with protean guitar riffs, thunderingRead More →

[ad_1] The 70s were known as one of the golden ages of hard rock music. Once bands like Led Zeppelin and Deep Purple came to the fore, the world suddenly craved more rock music centered around hard-hitting riffs and chaotic performances from its members. The period was so concentrated thatRead More →

[ad_1] The violin is a very versatile instrument. Centuries ago, the violin was mostly seen in courts and orchestras. However, over time the violin has evolved and been incorporated into emerging musical genres. As modern artists dabbled in classical instruments and expanded its use into the realm of rock, theRead More →

[ad_1] There are plenty of instances where bands thrive when they’re in the studio creating some of the most finely crafted tracks ever created. The art of peddling your sound to achieve a flawless masterpiece is always a commendable endeavor. However, what separates technicians from professional musicians is how youRead More →

[ad_1] There is a strange, but stubbornly entrenched stereotype that the French are passive, arrogant types who don’t like confrontation. It’s the kind of image held by the people who order Freedom Fries from McDonalds, who never paid attention to the footage of battles going on amid political protests onRead More →

[ad_1] The 80s gained a reputation for being a bit of a pompous decade. It felt like everything in pop had gotten a whole lot bigger and draped in a neon coating. On the other side of the spectrum, the 80s turned into a phenomenal decade for hard rock. AtRead More →

[ad_1] Two days before the Grammy Awards, Aerosmith will receive the MusiCares Person of the Year 2020 award. Not only has Aerosmith made an impact in the music industry, but they have also dedicated time to philanthropic efforts over five decades. These rockers are true icons of the classic rockRead More →

[ad_1] Billboard – the media responsible for compiling the American charts – has just published a series of end of decade charts. The Hot 100 isn’t too surprising considering we’re all fairly aware of the decade’s most ubiquitous tunes, but BillboardThe 50 Best Rock Songs of the Decade paints aRead More →

[ad_1] There was a time when the success of a single depended on its music video. With an innovative and imaginative music trailer, one song would almost guarantee a big spin on music television, and the rest, as they say, was history. What would become of Queen’s I want toRead More →

[ad_1] Modern rock often struggles to stay innovative and avoid clichés. The Revivalists try to separate themselves from the plethora of groups facing this problem with their energetic live performances. The New Orleans-based eight-person rock band released their fourth album, “Take good care,“ in November 2018, and will perform atRead More →

[ad_1] Most of us grew up idolizing one rock band or the other. We hung their pictures in our bedrooms, stood in line to buy their albums and concert tickets, and tried to learn the guitar or another musical instrument to cover their songs in our makeshift basement studios. TheyRead More →

[ad_1] The heart of this question, famously posed by Shakespeare in Romeo and Juliet, asks if the intrinsic value of an item is modified by its title. Even though UCR isn’t just Verona, or even your high school English class, we can apply the same question to our favorite rockRead More →

[ad_1] A good soundtrack can turn a decent video game into a classic. While most soundtracks are given to game sound designers, well-known artists have left their mark on game soundtracks over the years. Here are 11 of the best. Read more: My Chemical Romance Could Be Reunited, Jonas BrothersRead More →

[ad_1] Being a fan of rock music these days is both awesome and a bit boring. It’s great because there’s never been so much diversity in choices and services, plus bands pushing the boundaries. However, the genre, arguably, has never been less popular in the grand scheme of things. LongRead More →

[ad_1] Riasat Raihan written about the flourishing scenario of rock music in Dhaka. Bangladesh’s rock music scenario, especially in rapidly urbanizing Dhaka, is booming. Urban educated young people have developed a strong interest in this local creative musical enterprise. When young people talk about local rock or metal, the namesRead More →

[ad_1] 1. The Beatles John Pratt / Keystone / Getty Trained in: Liverpool, UK in 1960All album sales in the United States: 178.0 millionMost popular album: The BeatlesAnnual Wikipedia page visits: 9 168 431 Detailed results and methodology Rock music is unique in that the artists mostly work together andRead More →

[ad_1] Vicki Peterson, formerly of The Bangles There is a good argument to be made that rock ‘n’ roll was invented in New Orleans in 1947 by Roy Brown with “Good Rocking Tonight”. Then you have Fats Domino, Little Richard (his first singles were recorded in New Orleans) and everythingRead More →

[ad_1] While the country is best known for its clean and meticulous pop, these groups are leading a renaissance of guitar music South Korea’s meticulous and sophisticated pop music is its greatest cultural export, having found its place not only in the international music charts, but also in Olympic sportingRead More →

[ad_1] From left to right, BB Borden, Rick Willis, Doug Gray, Marcus Henderson, Tony Black and Chris Hicks of the Marshall Tucker Band. (Photo submitted) Copyright © 2021 Roswell Daily Record Very few bands have influenced an entire generation with their style and have remained as relevant to rock andRead More →

[ad_1] Very few bands have influenced an entire generation with their style and remained as relevant to rock and country music as The Marshall Tucker Band has. Alabama, Garth Brooks, Travis Tritt and Blake Shelton all cite The Marshall Tucker Band as one of their biggest influences. Trendsetter, the voiceRead More →

[ad_1] When the line-up for Coachella 2018 was announced in January, a lot of people wondered where all the rock bands were. Even Louis Tomlinson, perhaps one of the least rock n ‘roll musicians alive, was confused. Unlike previous Coachella Bills, which often featured prominent bands like Radiohead and usedRead More →