During the 2022 BRIT Awards red carpet, it was revealed that Ed Sheeran would open the show with ‘Bad Habits’, the hit single from his album Equals (=). The announcement came as no surprise, as starting Britain’s biggest music event of the year with the country’s biggest star performing oneRead More →

Anyone who still says rock has been dead since the mid-2000s needs to seriously get their ears checked. Over the past decade, we’ve seen some of the greatest rock music the world has ever produced come to fruition. It’s just not the way you expected it to be. Of course,Read 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 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 being groundbreakingRead More →

Determined to host this year’s Philly Music Fest, organizers have carefully considered various safety protocols, as well as vaccination and infection rates in the Philadelphia area, and will move forward with the annual music festival in non-profit made up entirely of Philly Band. Due to the ongoing pandemic, some necessaryRead 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 →

Bringing together 20 artists from Poland and the UK, anti-racism rock album One race – Human race. Music Against Racism: Part 2 just released for the first time on vinyl. Originally distributed in 1998 by the independent Polish label QQRYQ Productions, the compilation was initiated by Marcin Kornak (1968-2014): aRead More →

Black Music Month kicks off this month and features reissues of classics from some of the world’s greatest artists including Charles Mingus, Curtis Mayfield, Milt Jackson & Ray Charles, Zapp & Roger, The Drifters, The Time and Miles’ unreleased music. Davis and Roberta Flack. Influential black artists paved the musicalRead More →

[Photos via YouTube] Even though we are always on the lookout for new things, covers old songs from our favorite artists are always gifts welcomed with open arms. There’s something about a cover that’s always exciting, especially when it’s other musicians showing off their karaoke skills. It’s cool to seeRead More →

Recent sales data has shown that classic rock is still the most divisive of the genre. John Swanson | Courtesy photoThe weight of physical copies of albums compared to streaming makes a big difference. While a large portion of today’s young people think rock music is a thing of theRead More →

NASHVILLE, TN – OCTOBER 27: Musician Chris Cornell performs at the Ryman Auditorium on October 27, 2015 in Nashville, Tennessee. (Photo by Rick Diamond / Getty Images) Miley Cyrus’ interpretation of “Zombies” from Cranberries2020 was the year of Rock and Roll for Miley Cyrus. She has covered a large majorityRead 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 →

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 used toRead More →