Month: May 2022

Måneskin’s Damiano David responds to Mick Jagger’s opinion on rock music

Mick Jagger’s comments on the rock industry caused a stir among fans after an interview, and now Måneskin frontman Damiano David is speaking out to share his thoughts on the legend’s opinion. According iHeartthe Rolling Stones singer answered a question about Harry Styles, and he mentioned that up-and-coming musicians like Machine Gun Kelly and Yungblud […]

Keith Richards once gave hilarious reviews of 10 other rock bands like The Band (“a Little Too Perfect”) and Bee Gees (“All Kids Stuff”)

On the eve of their 1969 US tour, Rolling Stones lead guitarist Keith Richards sat down for an interview with music writer Ritchie York. The location was the band’s headquarters near Oxford Circus in London. Topics ranged from a newly hired guitarist to an upcoming album to truly hilarious band reviews delivered in Richards’ inimitable […]

Cannibal Corpse + Deicide Members Drop New Classic Rock Song

The members of Cannibal Corpse and Deicide first started discussing a rock supergroup called Umbilicus in the summer of 2020, and they just released their first-ever single, a classic rock track called “Hello Future.” Umbilicus features Cannibal Corpse’s Paul Mazurkiewicz on drums, Deicide’s Taylor Nordberg on guitar, Anarchus bassist Vernon Blake and Fore vocalist Brian […]

Cherie Westrich’s Gen X Journey From Alternative Rock Bands To Politician MAGA

Now, 20 years later, having been inspired to enter politics by former President Donald Trump’s 2016 campaign, Westrich is a staunchly conservative state representative from southeast Iowa, who is pro-guns and anti-vaccines. That might be an unusual trajectory for someone who played the moog synthesizer in a popular alt-rock band, but, given the politics of […]

Fort Wayne Philharmonic to Pay Tribute to Classic Rock Bands –

The vision of the Fort Wayne Philharmonic Orchestra is to “…present great art in the most excellent manner possible and create innovative programs in many styles and media, resulting in exceptional experiences for each individual as they are drawn, engaged and delighted. » Press release FORT WAYNE – The Fort Wayne Philharmonic, featuring Brent Havens, […]

Format matters: more stations switching to classic rock and contemporary Christian. | Narrative

Whether it’s year-over-year or year-to-date trends, things are looking up for classic rock and contemporary Christianity, both with more stations than there were. is one year old, and adding more every month so far in 2022, based on Indoor Radiothe Format Counts monthly monitor of US stations. Compared to April 2021, Classic Rock has the […]

Rock Music in Utah – Eos

It’s easy to think that Utah’s sculptural red rock towers are immobile, if not immovable. Yet the rock towers twist, sway and sway imperceptibly in response to vibrations and seismic activity. Recently graduated geophysics student from the University of Utah Riley Finnegan measured the ambient vibrations of 14 large-scale structures in southern Utah, then included […]

Live music programming: strings, blues and classic rock this week

Photo by Christina Wnek Palaver ropes8 p.m. Thursday. State Theater, 609 Congress St., Portland, $18, $25 reserved seats, $5 students. Strings is a musician-led string ensemble whose mission is to empower and inspire community through music. The Welcome Home – Music and Stories of Welcome in Maine show tours eight locations in Maine, and […]

10 banned hard rock music videos

If you’re of a certain vintage, you’ll have fond memories of music television. Entire stations were devoted to airing accompanying videos for many of the most popular new songs: from straightforward performances to those that challenged the medium with appropriate stories or imagery to accentuate the song’s themes. However, before the days of YouTube, channels […]

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