Month: June 2021

Classic laser rock shows are back at the Saint-Louis planetarium

ST. LOUIS, Mo. – You can travel back in time during the McDonnell Planetarium laser show series. The dome will merge art, light, with a classic art soundtrack with stunning visuals. The St. Louis Science Center claims 3D atmospheric effects are an unforgettable experience. Laser shows have been an attraction at the planetarium for decades. […]

21 most iconic rock music from the 80s

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 in the realm of music. rock […]

Classic rock band to release live album recorded in Hudson Valley

An iconic classic rock band is celebrating their 50th anniversary with the release of a brand new live album recorded right here in the Hudson Valley. Just months before the global pandemic hit the United States, Daryl’s house in Pawling was packed for an unforgettable performance. Now that concert is commemorated on a brand new […]

DPAO’s summer concerts return with country, comedy and classic rock | Arts and entertainment

WATERTOWN – The Disabled People’s Action Benefit Concerts return this summer as a country, comedy and classic rock ‘n roll act take the stage. For the first time in more than 40 years, DPAO was unable to host its annual concert series last year, as the COVID-19 pandemic and state-related restrictions made such gatherings impossible. […]

Styx’s “Crash of the Crown” is a glorious comeback for classic rock giants

Rating: 4.0 / 5.0 With 17 studio albums, nine live albums and 16 compilation albums, Styx has consistently shown that he can stand the test of time. Formed in 1972, Styx has already built an indestructible legacy for himself, exploring genres such as progressive rock, art rock, and everything in between. Released on June 18 […]

Classic Rock Magazine: 30 Years of Pearl Jam, and the Seven Weeks That Saved Rock

Thirty years later, the story of Pearl Jam is one of fame, fortune, struggling to stay in control of one’s career, destiny and integrity, and having to suffer more than its fair share of tragedy. It’s a story we tell in the new issue of Classic rock. “We have always looked out for each other,” […]

Eight classic rock bands that fascinated the world

New Delhi: If there is one genre of music that has received more than an equal share of contempt and devotion from fans, it would undoubtedly be Rock n Roll. Presented by some as havoc on their ears while for others a door to a new world, rock music has certainly made many mouths talk […]

Willow Smith was “bullied at school” for liking rock music

Willow Smith is hoping to bring more black performances to the rock music genre after talking about her personal experiences with bullying because of her musical tastes. In an interview with V Magazine, Smith revealed that she faces a backlash because she is black and enjoys genres like rock, metal, and pop-punk. “[B]Being a black […]

Inhailer Radio Celebrates Four Years of Modern Indie Rock Return to Cincinnati

Inhaling Radio gives Cincinnati what it lacks.Photo: Abe B. Ryokan At the lowest point of the Cincinnati music scene just a few years ago, there was no radio arena that featured independent music performers and local performers. But then Inhailer Radio came along to bring underground indie music to Cincinnati and beyond, just when the […]

Willow Smith says she was bullied for listening to rock music like Paramore

In a recent interview with Magazine V, Willow Smith opens up about her years-long love affair with rock music, calming that she was ‘bullied’ for listening Paramore. Willow Smith released her punk rock single, “Transparent Soul,” earlier this year, with fans and the critics alike seeming to take to this new genre for her immediately. […]

Black Music Month Begins – Daily Local

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 musical roads for generations to come, […]

Why mythology puts magic in rock music

In January 1989, the New Musical Express brought together three renowned songwriters at the Montague Arms pub in Peckham, south-east London. The magazine touted it as a “pop summit” between Nick Cave’s “unholy trinity”, Mark E Smith of The Fall and Shane MacGowan of The Pogues, who called the group “three intellectual loons.” At this […]

Parrot named Tico goes viral for singing classic rock

He repeats the classics. Rock’n’roll has a new star: it has a lot of fans, is prone to colorful, feathery clothes, and it can moan hits better than others. Tico, a double yellow-headed Amazon parrot, has gathered 135,000 YouTube subscribers who watch the animal perform popular rock songs, including “Semi-Charmed Life” by Third Eye Blind, […]

There’s an all-time new classic rock song ‘Number One’

The greatest rock and roll song of all time isn’t “Stairway to Heaven”, “Layla” or “Freebird”. This Memorial Day weekend, the house of rock and roll performed its annual countdown to the 500 best songs of all time. The countdown also coincided with the 45th anniversary of WPDH’s first signing as a rock station in […]

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