We’re at the tail end of that magical time of year when pampered artistes gather together to pat themselves on the back and make pretentious speeches while wearing dubious fashion – AWARD SEASON!
The contributions to popular music by African American artists is difficult to overstate, so we’re not even gonna try. Instead, here are some incredible pieces of history from some true legends.
Heads or Tails? Sometimes the flip of a coin can literally be the difference between life and death.
A few years back, we acquired some absolutely amazing gear directly from the Rush camp. Here’s one of Geddy’s iconic Rickenbacker basses.
This guitar is quite possibly the single most important piece of music history in the Hard Rock collection.
The one and only ALICE COOPER chats with the Mighty Manfred about his latest album Paranormal and looks back on 50 years of a life in rock ‘n’ roll. This one is a must-listen!
In anticipation of Dirty Heads’ 6th album, Swim Team, singer/guitarist Duddy B chatted with Jeff Nolan about the state of the group.
Welcome to PRETENTIOUS POETRY – where we take a look at classic rock lyrics as paraphrased by a sophomore English major. Today’s installment is the AC/DC classic “Back in Black”. Brace yourself for true idiocy.
The 40th anniversary of his death got me to thinking – Does Elvis Presley still matter in the 21st century? The answer is yes, but with a few caveats.
On the eve of the release of posthumous covers album, Under Cöver, drummer Mikkey Dee chatted with Jeff Nolan about life after Lemmy.