EDGEOUT RECORDS PRESENTS THE FUTURE OF ROCK MUSIC AT #HAPPENS @ THE BARBERSHOP (LAS VEGAS SPEAKEASY) Tweet that Bluphoria has completed its development phase. The group entered East Iris Studios at Nashville last January to record their first album with an 11-time GRAMMY®-nominated GRAMMY®-winning mixer/producer Mark Needham (MacFleetwood, The Killers,Read More →

Slash joins Travis Mills on Apple Music 1 to discuss the release of 4 (with Myles Kennedy and The Conspirators), his experience working with Spatial Audio, the current state of rock, embracing TikTok, being the very first release on the new Gibson label, and more. Read an excerpt below (courtesyRead More →

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 →

Queen guitarist Brian May praised one of rock’s pioneers The Beatles and admitted they are the pinnacle of rock writing and music. Brian May is known for being the guitarist and keyboardist of his co-founded rock band Queen. The legendary musician’s huge impact on his band Queen made them 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 →

Rock music has been around for about 70 years and has been subjected to countless methods of experimentation and expansion along the way. Thus, it can be difficult for modern bands to bring something genuinely new and commendable to the table. Or so it may seem. Of course, the artRead 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 →

As we slowly recover from the Coronavirus hangover, life is getting more enjoyable day by day. Last year we saw a moderate return to normalcy, with concert halls reopening and music festivals dispersing. With Glastonbury returning this year, after a two-year hiatus, we can look forward to the triumphant returnRead More →

Today in Old White Guy Opinions: Elvis Costello doesn’t care much about rock music these days. The 67-year-old pop rock legend – who has just released his 32nd studio album, The boy named if – said in a recent interview that he thinks modern rock has lost its spark. “IRead More →

To this day, singles continue to be a staple of the music scene, both as tasters of new albums from established artists and as hooks for cultivating a fanbase for up-and-coming artists. Within the universe of the music maniac, however, there is a relatively small but absolutely fascinating subsection (orRead More →

John Cooperthe leader of grammys-nominated Christian rock band SKILLETspoke to “Watch Washington with Tony Perkins” about how music and his band’s music in particular affects the way people perceive the world. He said (as transcribed by BLABBERMOUTH.NET): “Music is a fantastic vehicle. Music, what’s the right word for that? MusicRead More →

Elvis Costello has admitted that he “doesn’t like” modern rock music very much because “the rhythm is so square”. Costello was interviewed by rolling stone which further drew the rock veteran to writing guitar music, with the singer replying “I don’t like rock music very much. I like rock ‘Read More →

Published on: 01/15/2022 – 02:46 Paris (AFP)- There had to be something in the water in 1972 – there almost certainly was for these guys. It was a year that spawned several instant American classics – and one that apparently teleported from outer space – that came to define rockRead More →

Ever since rock greats Journey and ’80s arcade giants Bally Midway came together to create a video game named after the band, the genres of music and gaming have become near perfect. Rock giants like Mötley Crüe and Aerosmith have since followed suit, inspired by Journey before them, the latterRead More →

Jeff Beck and Stevie Wonder The death of Maurice White of Earth, Wind & Fire in 2016 made us reflect on how soul and classic rock music went from friendly cousins ​​in the early 1960s to brothers with different mothers over the years. decade and into the 70s. If youRead More →

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, butRead More →

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 best rockRead More →

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 found themselvesRead More →

Rock and roll fans know that the band that suggests the genre has lost its relevance has lost good taste. When you listen to some of the best rock bands of all time, it becomes clear that rock music is sure to pass the test of time and live asRead More →

Young rock artist Lakotah creates a new wave of creativity with her latest track “Silver Eyes”. The track is available on major music platforms. (ProNewsReport Editorial): – Los Angeles, Calif., November 23, 2021 (Issuewire.com) – Breathtaking musical arrangement and unwavering vocal skills come together in the final track “Silver eyes”Read 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 →

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 do it,Read More →

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. ButRead More →

Rock music has embraced various aspects of “fem” since its inception. In the 60s Jimi Hendrix wore brightly colored scarves, skinny jeans and floral shirts, but the trend exploded in the 80s with hair metal. Rock and roll even used the flower associated with women as metaphors to describe life,Read More →

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’s renovatedRead More →

Few nations have a musical history as rich as that of Ireland. The oral tradition of the Emerald Isle has allowed tales and legends to survive for many years in the form of song. Rebel hymns, bucolic scenes, and political numbers have been passed down from generation to generation, withRead More →

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 who manageRead More →

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 indulgence wereRead More →

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. Sometimes theseRead More →

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 turned intoRead More →