Jujubee’s Kentucky Futurity victory celebration (photo by Amanada Stephens) Hightstown, New Jersey— It’s not uncommon for music to be part of an athlete’s daily training routine. Even when the athlete is a horse. In this case, the trotter of the year 2021, Jujubee. “He likes hard rock,” Jujubee keeper MikeRead More →

The 80s were a time when rock music leapfrogged in a multitude of directions. Most of the 70s was very similar to what had come before. The mainstream was filled with extended guitar solos and rock star showboating – that was until punk came along to wipe the slate clean.Read More →

Any conversation about the origins of hard rock simply needs to include a proper homage to The Who. Like Pearl Jam Eddie Vedder written for rolling stone (who ranked The Who as the 29th greatest musical artist of all time), “They wanted to be louder, so they asked Jim MarshallRead 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 →

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 of representingRead 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 →

From left to right, Thom Jennings, Brian VanderMeulen, Ron Borsma and Dan Dahlstrom. By Riley Connell MCBAIN – There is going to be a jaw-dropping barn concert this Saturday. McBain band JustUs will perform covers of classic rock icons like the Eagles and Santana, as well as original tunes. JustUsRead More →

Pandora today announced the expansion of its ‘Billionaires’ Signature Artist program with the launch of programming highlighting the most broadcast acts on Pandora across key genres. Available now, Pandora launched eight new Pop, Country, Hip Hop, Alternative, Dance, Classic Rock, R&B and Hard Rock stations that feature music from artistsRead More →

The 80s are best known for punk rock, preppies, funk, New Wave, and voluminous hair. Fashion was outrageous like the music people made. It gave birth to the rap and breakdance that many Millennials now consider old school. However, the 1980s also marked some of the most iconic events inRead More →

The rock pub was definitely music to have a few pints of beer Pub rock was both a musical idea and a political movement in British rock from the early 1970s to the early 1980s when the heroes of the 1960s outgrown the audience they had played for, from fromRead More →

FINDLAY, Ohio – (COMMERCIAL THREAD) – After scouring the country to find America’s most talented garage bands and opening the vote to fans across the country, Cooper Tire and legendary rocker Alice Cooper announced the winner of the “Garage Band Contest” Driven to Perform ”. It’s official, South of EdenRead More →

As the winner of the contest, South of Eden will open for Evanescence in a live concert on May 13 After scouring the country for America’s most talented garage bands and opening the vote to fans across the country, Cooper Tire and legendary rocker Alice Cooper have announced the winnerRead More →

There is always a sense of camaraderie in a touring rock band. No matter how many people are in the band, it always comes down to a big musical family doing their best to make sure they give the best of themselves to the audience. At least that’s what itRead More →

What is the recipe for becoming one of the top 100 classical rock artists? It takes tremendous influence, longevity, revolutionary importance and some indelible quality. But being a huge presence doesn’t necessarily mean that all of these qualities have to be present at once. For some of those listed below,Read More →

The rock pub was definitely music to drink a few pints of beer at Pub rock was both a musical idea and a political movement in British rock from the early 1970s to the early 1980s, when 1960s heroes had outgrown the audiences they had once played for, beginning asRead More →

Rock and roll is a genre that too often tends to become Americanized. Although rock has spread to all corners of the world, the United States has always embraced the musical genre as its own. As far as America brought to rock, the genre actually hardened once it hit EnglishRead More →

While Korean rock music has been largely overshadowed in recent years by the vibrant world of K-pop idols and the burgeoning Korean hip-hop scene, that’s not to say the genre has little to offer in comparison. In fact, there are many hidden (as well as not so hidden) gems inRead More →

There’s no shortage of world-beating hard rock albums around the world. Whether it’s Black Sabbath on Paranoid, Metallica on Master of Puppets or Guns N Roses on Appetite for Destruction, musicians have taken the genre in every avenue. The muted heaviness of hard rock was fused with Southern groove, sludge,Read More →

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 everything elseRead More →

The rock pub was definitely music to drink a few pints of beer at Pub rock was both a musical idea and a political movement in British rock from the early 1970s to the early 1980s, when 1960s heroes had outgrown the audiences they had once played for, beginning asRead More →