3 minimum reading Dave Bash was one of the first North American musical performances for late South Asians ‘90s. He is best known as the lead guitarist of the Canadian rock band Sum 41. His musical influences were heavily influenced by bands like Genesis, Foreigner, Led Zeppelin, Rage Against TheRead 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 →

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 of dance.Read 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 →

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, givingRead More →

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, givingRead More →

“I remember about a year after I started playing, I started to learn the Back in black solo; [that’s when] I discovered vibrato. I was like, ‘It actually sounds, for a brief moment here and there, kinda like the song!’ “ Playful guitarist Ayla Tesler-Mabe recalls the defining moment ofRead More →

Click to enlarge Thomas Faucon/Flickr A photo of the planetarium from the 1960s. The Saint Louis Center hosts a summer series of laser light shows dedicated to classic rock and other retro music. Pink Floyd, the Beatles, Led Zeppelin and Queen will all be there St. Louis Science Center (5050Read 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 →

Since you’re a fan of the classic rock era, we’re wondering how many big names you’ve been lucky enough to see perform live. We’ve listed 100 of the biggest names and fully recognize that many of your favorites may not be listed. (You’ll notice artists like the Doors, Jimi Hendrix,Read 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 →

This article originally appeared on VICE Romania. For young Romanians living under communism, the biggest night of the week was “Youth Thursday”. Organized by youth clubs in schools, universities and factories, the dance parties launched some of the biggest Romanian rock and jazz bands of the time. Unsurprisingly, the RomanianRead More →

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 rock genre.Read More →

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. They inspiredRead More →

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 and releaseRead More →

File photo of the eagles At its core, rock n ‘roll is half country and half blues, but sometimes there is a little more of one of these elements in a song than the other. Other times there are many more. Hence the often used descriptors “blues rock” and “countryRead More →