Month: April 2021

Rock fans crown America’s Best Garage Band South of Eden in Driven to Perform competition sponsored by Cooper Tire and legendary rocker Alice Cooper

FINDLAY, Ohio – (COMMERCIAL THREAD) – After scouring the country to find America’s most talented garage bands and opening the vote to fans across the country, Cooper Tire and legendary rocker Alice Cooper announced the winner of the “Garage Band Contest” Driven to Perform ”. It’s official, South of Eden will take home the winning […]

Rock music fans crown South of Eden’s Best American Garage Band in Driven to Perform competition sponsored by Cooper Tire and legendary rocker Alice Cooper

As the winner of the contest, South of Eden will open for Evanescence in a live concert on May 13 After scouring the country for America’s most talented garage bands and opening the vote to fans across the country, Cooper Tire and legendary rocker Alice Cooper have announced the winner of the “Driven to Perform” […]

Modern covers of old songs | Classic rock covers

[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 see the artist put his signature […]

QUEEN / JOURNEY Celebrates Classic Rock at the Prima Theater

“Don’t stop Believin.” “Bohemian Rhapsody.” “Another that bites the dust.” If you ask a millennial or a baby boomer, they know these songs. Queen & Journey’s golden songbook includes some of the world’s most beloved rock songs. Manifesting the excitement that emanates from the melodies and lyrics we all know and love, the Prima Theater […]

This classic rock band still on top of the world with the latest release

Wayne parry | The Associated Press Cheap tip, “In another world” (BMG) In another world, it’s still 1979, and Cheap Trick is arguably America’s greatest rock band. Songs like “Here’s Looking at You” dominate FM radio and teenagers jump on “The Party”, singing with “do-do-dos” reminiscent of Jimi Hendrix’s “Crosstown Traffic”. “On Top of the […]

15 years ago emo took over the world and changed rock music forever – Kerrang!

Fall Out Boy’s Black Clouds And Underdogs tour wrapped up in May, including a victorious headliner at the first-ever Slam Dunk Festival in Leeds Millennium Square. They then entered the studio with producer Babyface, as Pete reflected more on the flourishing emo scene. “Everyone’s little black hearts are going to break,” he said of the […]

WATCH: Alternative rock bands Mayonnaise, 647 cover Taylor Swift’s “Love Story”

Mayonnaise and 647 cover “Fearless” by Taylor Swift. Image: screenshot from YouTube / Mayonnaise PH Alternative rock bands Mayonnaise and 647 gave fans their own take on Taylor Swift’s “Love Story” amid the release of the pop star’s re-recorded “Fearless” album. The two groups collaborated during Mayonnaise’s weekly “TBT” (Throwback Thursday) sessions where, as the […]

Chris Jericho – There aren’t a lot of new rock bands, it’s scary

Fozzy frontman Chris Jericho is afraid of the future of rock’n’roll because he thinks there aren’t many new rock bands. Although he has noted a few newcomers like Greta Van Fleet and the Struts, he wonders who the next generation of rockers will be. During a conversation with Rick beatoJericho was discussing that bands like […]

John Cooper of Skillet says his mother “Jesus Freak” felt rock music was “the devil’s greatest tool”

In a new interview with “The Dr Jeff Show”, John cooper, the leader and bassist of Grammy– nominated Christian rock group SKILLET, spoke about his musical education and his introduction to rock music. He said (as transcribed by BLABBERMOUTH.NET): “My parents were Christians. My mother was a fanatic Jesus freak, okay? A Jesus fanatic freak. […]

The 100 Most Influential Guitarists of All Time: Only in Classic Rock, On Sale Now

What would rock’n’roll be without guitarists, eh? Answer: nowhere – because there wouldn’t be scary rock and roll. This month, we take a look at some of the sound architects without whom the musical landscape would be (and sound) much different. Join us on our in-depth dive celebrating many players who don’t always get the […]

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