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INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. (ADAMS) – The Indiana Institute of Criminal Justice announced the results of the enhanced law enforcement effort that took place over the holidays to reduce traffic accidents and fatalities. The Safe Family Travel campaign ran from Thanksgiving to New Years and led to increased high-visibility patrols and sobrietyRead More →

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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 →

Winner, lose © (Graeme Jennings / Washington Examiner) YOUNGKIN-109.JPG United States today preleased a report on November 3 announcing “historic firsts” for candidates of color in the November 2 election. Loading error The words “Winsome” and “Sears” are particularly missing from the original version of the article. “As the pollsRead More →

Winner, lose United States today preleased a report on November 3 announcing “historic firsts” for candidates of color in the November 2 election. The words “Winsome” and “Sears” are particularly missing from the original version of the article. “As the polls closed on Tuesday night, states across the country sawRead More →

What’s the first thing you imagine when you think of Canada? Well, speaking very stereotypically, it could be frozen wide-mouthed tundra, rugged loggers, poutine, or unfailing politeness. Further down this list would likely be a thriving music scene. But Canada’s rock and roll credentials have long been established. They mayRead More →

Here in the United States, despite being the best-known band to emerge from the Britpop explosion in the mid-90s, Oasis never quite conquered America. Yet in their home country, the UK, they were more than gigantic, as evidenced by their two-night adventure in August 1996 in Knebworth, England. The documentaryRead More →

As concerts and tours are halted around the world due to the ongoing coronavirus pandemic, some festivals are bravely continuing despite this. Yet while some high-profile multi-day events like Lollapalooza have run successfully this summer, Bonnaroo won’t be so lucky as the extravagance has been canceled due to the weather.Read 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 →

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 →

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 →

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 →

The sounds of classic rock have always had more international connections than you might imagine. While many people immediately focus on America when it comes to the rock genre, the larger forms of rock and roll have always resembled a dialogue between the United States and the United Kingdom. RockRead More →

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 to beRead 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 →

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 and countryRead More →