Tag: debut album

Classic rock band America performs ‘Horse with No Name’ at the Weinberg Center in Frederick

Classic rock band America continues to perform after more than half a decade. Learn more about the rockers before their concert in Frederick, Maryland. Listen to our full conversation on my “Beyond the Fame” podcast. WTOP’s Jason Fraley Gives a Glimpse of America at the Weinberg Center (Part 1) They delivered classic rock hits from […]


EDGEOUT RECORDS PRESENTS THE FUTURE OF ROCK MUSIC AT #HAPPENS @ THE BARBERSHOP (LAS VEGAS SPEAKEASY) Tweet that Bluphoria has completed its development phase. The group entered East Iris Studios at Nashville last January to record their first album with a GRAMMY®-winning and 11-time GRAMMY®-nominated mixer/producer Mark Needham (MacFleetwood, The Killers, P!nk, Imagine Dragons). The […]

Bomber guitarists Anton Sköld and Max Huddén prove that classic rock is alive and well in this rhythmic version of Zarathustra

Is classic rock dead? Surely not. Just look at Greta Van Fleet, Dirty Honey and Tyler Bryant, who have all built rabid loyal followers for that nostalgic dirty electric guitar sound. And now another band looking to fan the flames of outspoken rock ‘n’ roll is Bomber, a quartet from Malmö, Sweden, who are set […]

Four classic rock bands will take the stage at United Wireless Arena – Dodge City Daily Globe

Vincent Marshall Dodge City Globe Do you live to rock? Well, there’s a tour for that in Dodge City as the Live to Rock tour of classic rock bands Skid Row, Quiet Riot, Warrant and Winger hits the United Wireless Arena in Dodge City on Saturday, May 7, featuring the show starts at 7 p.m. […]

Slash composes the classic rock crunch on Call Off the Dogs, his new single with Myles Kennedy and the Conspirators

slash dropped Remind the dogs, the third single from his forthcoming fourth album with Myles Kennedy and the Conspirators, 4. Continuation of previously released singles The river rises and fill my world, Remind the dogs sees the Guns N’ Roses man serve up an abundance of crisp classic rock-inspired riffs behind Myles Kennedy’s anthemic vocals, […]

Classic Rock Legends CACTUS Live Concert Finally Sees An Official Release

This is where it all began for the quartet dubbed “The American Led Zeppelin” – on a 1970 bill that also included The Jimi Hendrix Experience, Grateful Dead and Steve Miller Band. Vocalist Rusty Day, guitarist Jim McCarty, bassist Tim Bogert and drummer Carmine Appice, collectively known as Cactus, made their auspicious debut at their […]

Obituary: John Miles, musician whose most famous hit is the classic rock ballad, Music

Death: December 5, 2021. JOHN Miles, who died at the age of 72, was a singer and songwriter whose composition, Music, became a classic rock track, which traveled far beyond its 1970s roots. Written and recorded for his debut album, Rebel (1976), Music is a first-person ode to the redemptive power of his subject. The […]

Today’s Crossword: Musicians Who Almost Play an Instrument and Other Classic Rock Trivia

This file photo from December 13, 1993 shows Kurt Cobain of the Seattle band Nirvana performing in the United States. Image credit: AP What happened behind the scenes on your favorite classic rock albums? Click start to read today’s crossword and identify the artists behind the song titles we share with you. Here are some […]

Recalling the great rock bands of the 1970s, Black Hills soul amplifies an echo of the past

The first album is now available Determined to fill the void left behind the legends of the 70s hard rock and blues era, Black Hills Soul embarks on a musical journey like no other. The group consists of four experienced songwriters and performers who have come together to pursue their lifelong musical passions and to […]

Watch the exclusive Crown Lands concert in partnership with Prog, Classic Rock and Louder

Remember you can watch an exclusive live broadcast featuring Canadian prog duo Crown Lands through Program, Classic rock and Stronger this evening. The hour-long show will air in all Stronger marks at 7:00 p.m. GMT / 2:00 p.m. EST. Just click on that story again at the right time. The duo, Cody Bowles and Kevin […]

Crown Lands to Broadcast Exclusive Live Concert Featuring Prog, Classic Rock and Metal Hammer

Canadian progressive rock duo Crown Lands have announced that they will be broadcasting an exclusive live performance with Louder on November 18 at 7:00 p.m. GMT / 2:00 p.m. EST. The hour-long concert will be held on all associated Louder channels including Prog, Classic Rock and Metal hammer. The live-produced and broadcast concert celebrates all […]

“Burn” In the Unruly Fires of Polluted Noise Rock by Ugly Twin (music video premiere)

Recently I noticed a little drama on Twitter about someone declaring tapes to be “out of date” – now, as with any internet drama, much of that shouldn’t impact your life and be avoided at all costs. But the crash raised an interesting duality: From a data storage perspective, the tape is definitely obsolete. The […]

Half a Century of America: Classic Rock Band Performs at the Palace on Friday

Over fifty years later, America still carries its harmonic rock and roll flag. CONTRIBUTEDAmerica – Gerry Beckley, left, and Dewey Bunnell – come to the Palace Theater on Friday. On Friday, America – who is Gerry Beckley and Dewey Bunnell – heads to Waterbury to perform on stage at the Palace Theater. The group is […]

Brighton and Hove News »A night of loud punk rock music in Hove

Jimi from Top Left Club live at Brunswick Basement Bar, Hove 23.10.21 (photo Watkins cris/PunkInFocus) (Click on the photo to enlarge) HAUT GAUCHE CLUB + OHMNS + HUMAN INVENTION – LE CAVE BAR, BRUNSWICK, HOVE 23.10.21 Local concert promoters Weirdsville and Stay sick tonight put a trio of punk rock bands in front of Brunswick […]

How Canadian rock music came to fruition at Massey Hall in the 1990s

Many luminaries of the country’s music scene have moved from balcony to stage during this decade, writes David McPherson Richard Beland The Tragically Hip first gained international attention on the Massey Hall stage in the late 1980s. The following is taken from the forthcoming Massey Hall book by David McPherson, which will be published by […]

10 obscure but brilliant Japanese psych rock bands – including the original Ghost

As krautrock took hold of the traditionally-bound German music scene in the late 1960s and early 1990s, a similar psychedelic revolution was taking place in Japan – diverse but complementary, utopian in spirit, but finding this sense of wonder in legendary pastoral pasts as well as legendary futures. This urge to explore has continued to […]

Robert Plant says old rock bands look “decrepit”

Led Zeppelin will always be one of the greatest rock’n’roll groups in musical history, even if his own Robert Plant sometimes doesn’t care. Plant has always been critical of Zeppelin. There are songs he really likes, like “Kashmir”. But there are also songs he absolutely despises, including one of Zeppelin’s greatest hits, “Stairway to Heaven”. […]

The pillars of classic rock Foreigner will perform at Everett

EVERETT – If you were a teenager in the late 1970s and early 1980s, you would hear Foreigner everywhere – from rock ‘n’ roll radio stations to the eight-track turntable in your car. Now you can see them live in Everett. Foreigner, one of the best-selling rock bands of all time, is scheduled to perform […]

10 Best Rock Music Movies, Ranked According To IMDb

Rock and roll has a long history and has been one of the most popular genres of music since its invention. Thankfully, this has spawned a slew of great movies as well. Still, it’s hard to say what exactly makes a good “rock” movie. RELATED: 10 Best Rock Musicians’ Appearances In Movies Some viewers focus […]

Punk rock bands kick off their album releases at Ore Dock – The North Wind

Exposed brickwork covered in installations by local artists. Wooden beams wrapped in fairy lights. A scene made of pallets stacked like building blocks. If you’re a fan of the Marquette music scene, you’ve definitely been here. The industrial interior of the Ore Dock Brewing Co. is a frequent destination for local and regional musicians of […]

Matt Stevens: “I like the idea of ​​ambitious rock music …”

As anyone with a laptop computer and an insatiable thirst for new music will tell you, most of the most exciting new stuff can be found on the internet, as the traditional record label route is gradually becoming an annoying anachronism. Proudly sneaking under the mainstream radar, guitarist Matt Stevens’ 2010 album Ghost was one […]

The Rams take the stage to introduce rock bands

Rams Head On Stage’s August schedule features rock ‘n’ roll band Hollis Brown and dance-rock ensemble Elektric Voodoo. Hollis BrownFriday 27 August, at 7.30 p.m. Hollis Brown is an American rock’n’roll band. Named after a song by Bob Dylan (“The Ballad of Hollis Brown”), the band was formed by Queens, New York natives and songwriters […]

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 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 […]

How the Pakistani group defended rock music in the subcontinent

As Pakistan teetered under President Zia-ul Haq’s oppressive cultural repression in the 1980s, a groundbreaking rock music scene was brewing underground in universities and five-star hotels. Pop rock group Strings, formed in 1988 in Karachi, was a solid pillar of this movement, capturing the imaginations of millions of people not only in Pakistan, but across […]

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 […]

Pioneer women in heavy metal and hard rock

You can count on two hands the pioneering women of heavy metal and hard rock music. That said, these artists – from the Runaways to Vixen to the late Wendy O. Williams – set the stage. and set the bar high for those who came after. And there are many – the Butcher Babies, Lzzy […]

New rock groups | Rock groups that bring the genre to life

[Photos via: POORSTACY/YouTube, Young Culture/YouTube, Coach Party/Spotify, Like Machines/Spotify] It seems that every few years there is a debate, often caused by TO KISS singer Simmons Gene, whether or not rock the music is dead. Simmons particularly singled out many factors that he said “killed” rock music, such as record companies in 2014. More recently […]

RICHIE KOTZEN on a new album with IRON MAIDEN’s ADRIAN SMITH – “Classic Rock, But A Little On The Heavier Side”

Jimmy Kay of The Metal Voice in Canada recently sat down with Richie Kotzen (Mr. Big, Poison, The Winery Dogs), who is promoting the debut album of his collaboration project with Adrian Smith from Iron Maiden. Smith / Kotzen, will release their self-titled debut album on March 26, 2021 via BMG. On how the two […]

The freshest rock music comes from the Sahara desert: three essential artists

The image of the Sahara Desert with camels, tents, and robed men playing Fender guitars is a confusing but incredibly cool thing to see. When most people think of rock music, they rarely associate it with African culture. The modern guitar, especially electric, is mainly assumed by Western culture. But for the Tuaregs, the guitar […]

The day five hard-rock groups released heartbreaking albums

For Alice in Chains, their first album facelift represented an introduction to rock fans around the world. The group cut their teeth in Seattle, hosting house parties and local clubs as part of the burgeoning grunge movement. The band’s distinct sound caught the attention of Columbia Records, who quickly signed a recording contract with Alice […]

2000s rock bands that looked like Nickelback (but better)

Do you remember when rock and roll ruled the airwaves? I’m not talking about the Rolling Stones or Motley Crue. I’m talking about that clean modern rock of the early 2000s, when all the rock bands that appeared were just Nickelback carbon copies. Rock had long been headed in a more commercial direction, but the […]

Music Reviews: New Albums from Columbia Rock Bands Boo Hag and Wombat Junction | Concerts and musical news

Boo Hag, Graveyard (self-published) Find it: boohagmusic.com It’s a classic conundrum for most rock bands, but it’s especially acute for a minimalist, garage-oriented rock band like Boo Hag: where exactly are we going? The Columbia duo seemed to burst onto the stage fully formed, with protean guitar riffs, thundering drums and personality to spare. The […]

Beyond Santana: Malo and the Forgotten Wave of 1970s Latin Rock Bands

Morning editionThe One-Hit Wonders / Second-Best Songs series focuses on musicians or bands whose U.S. careers are defined by one monster hit, and explains why their catalogs have so much more to offer. In this episode, Felix Contreras of NPR, the host of Alt.Latino, argues that the band Malo, known primarily for their 1972 Top […]

Six up-and-coming rock bands you need to hear – NEIU Independent

The era of Rock n’ Roll supremacy is over. Today’s airwaves are dominated by rap, hip-hop and pop artists, with occasional EDM songs. However, just because rock is no longer the preeminent category doesn’t mean capable artists aren’t honing their craft anymore. In fact, many underrated artists continue to release outstanding music with little to […]

Q&A: Guitarist Zack Feinberg talks about Revivalists’ place in modern rock

Modern rock often struggles to stay innovative and avoid clichés. The Revivalists try to separate themselves from the plethora of groups facing this problem with their energetic live performances. The New Orleans-based eight-person rock band released their fourth album, “Take good care,“ in November 2018, and will perform at the Greek Theater in Los Angeles […]

The 20 Greatest British Rock Bands of All Time | London Evening Standard

F From hard rock to punk, new wave, indie and britpop, British bands have defined entire genres and influenced millions of rock fans over the years. The UK music scene has produced some of the world’s most iconic bands and artists, whose work remains equally popular and revered to this day. From Joy Division to […]

While traditional modern rock searches for soul, post-punk is on the rise

It’s no secret that traditional modern rock bands have struggled in recent years. If you know where to look, you’ll always find a seemingly endless amount of great music, but if you haven’t done your due diligence, you might just feel like the genre is lacking air. Bands like Imagine Dragons, The 1975, Bastille and […]

Korean rock bands are shaking up the status quo

While the country is best known for its clean, meticulous pop, these bands are leading a renaissance of rawer music. guitar music South Korea’s meticulous and sophisticated pop music is its greatest cultural export, having found its way not only to international music charts, but also to Olympic sporting events, political delegations, and since yesterday, […]

The best indie rock bands of all time | London Evening Standard

W When it comes to rock music, the nickname “indie” is confusing. Originally used to refer to groups that operated with a do-it-yourself philosophy, outside of the mainstream and out of the eyes of the majors, it has since become a reference to a certain sound – loosely defined by upbeat guitars, rhythms of music. […]

Review: Tal National and modern high-octane rock from Africa

Sidi Touré, Toubalbero | 1/2BKO, Mali Foli Coura | 1/2Tal National, Tantabara | ??Imarhan, Temet | ?? With American rock bands looking for avant-garde EDM and elsewhere for a rejuvenation of the genre, African electric guitars and traditional instruments once again yawn, scream and crack with new intensity after some kind of interruption. of the […]

20 awesome country songs from rock bands

File photo of the eagles At its core, rock n ‘roll is half country and half blues, but sometimes there is a little more of one of these elements in a song than the other. Other times there are many more. Hence the often used descriptors “blues rock” and “country rock”. The Eagles are perhaps […]

Back To Top