It’s hard to believe The Ramones never had a No. 1 hit. One of the greatest punk rock bands in the world performed over 2,000 live shows and on August 6, 1996, they played their final gig. They weren’t going out without a bang. The Ramones booked the Palace in Los Angeles and invited a Who’s Who of 90s rock. Pearl Jam’s Eddie Vedder, Soundgarden’s Chris Cornell
Following the release of ‘The Monsanto Years,’ Neil Young continues his fight against Monsanto, genetically modified organisms and more recently a bill moving through Congress that will eliminate existing GMO labeling laws in all states if passed. Neil hopes you’ll read his letter and watch ‘Seeding Fear,’
Just saw this story on PR Newswire that Rock and Roll Fantasy Camp 2015 is happening in Hollywood this November. The camp will feature two world-renowned artists that shaped and influenced the world of rock and roll as we know it: Ginger Baker of Cream and David Crosby of Crosby Stills and Nash.
At Neil Young's concert tour stop in Vermont on Sunday night he announced he was donating $100,000 toward Vermont’s legal bills to defend the state’s GMO labeling law. On “The Monsanto Years,” Neils new album some of the tunes deal with the subject of GMO(genetically modified organism).
Your old, vinyl long-playing albums are being given a second life away from the turntable. Patrick Chirico, owner of Wrecords by Monkey in Brooklyn, New York, has found another use for LPs, turning them into a variety of other life forms.
Iggy Pop, Grace Jones, Black Flag’s Henry Rollins and Eagles of Death Metal’s Jesse Hughes are starring in a new silent movie described as a “loud and dark fairy tale” about Satan’s guitar. Gutterdämmerung, a film directed by Bjorn Tagemose, is being billed as ‘The Loudest Silent Movie on Earth.’
If you love the sounds of drums like I do sit back for the next few minutes and enjoy the artistry of Stewart Copeland. Stewart is celebrating his 63 birthday today and I would imagine one or two of his birthday cakes over the years have been decorated to look like a snare drum.
This week in 1982, Robert Plant released his first solo album, "Pictures At Eleven." The collection would top out at #5 on the charts. From the August 16, 1982 Rolling Stone Magazine a review of the album by Kurt Loder. Here's what Kurt had to say.
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