With tomorrow night’s Rock and Roll hall of Fame induction ceremonies taking place in Cleveland, I can’t help but reminded of those deserving artists who have yet to make the cut. Among them Detroit’s own […]
After refusing requests for visitors the past 84 years, the world’s most famous recording studio is opening its doors to fans — and the best news is you won’t have to fly to London to see it.
Be listening tomorrow (Thursday April 16th) between 10 am & 3 pm for your chance to win tickets to this Saturday’s Rock & Roll Hall of Fame induction ceremonies for the class of 2015. The […]
Per CBS News, “When a Man Loves a Woman” was “the first No. 1 hit from Alabama’s burgeoning Muscle Shoals music scene, where Aretha Franklin and the Rolling Stones among others would record, and the first gold record for Atlantic Records.”
What do you get when you cross a rock star with another rock star? The folks at West Coast Shaving in Chino Hills, California have taken the members of 30 bands and Photoshopped them into […]
It was 45 years ago today (April 10th, 1970) that Paul McCartney’s departure from the Beatles was made public, in effect announcing to the world what many fans had suspected over the past six months — the Beatles had broken up.
The Telegraph newspaper of London has compiled a list of what it calls “10 songs that nobody understands.”
With a few years of quality touring under the Rolling Stones’ belt, Mick Jagger is open to recording a new album with the band. The last new material from the group came back in 2012 with the two bonus tracks — “Doom And Gloom” and “One More Shot” — from the band’s 50th anniversary hits collection, Grrr!
Don McLean’s original handwritten lyrics to “American Pie” sold this morning for $1.2 million, according to the BBC. That’s actually a bit below pre-sale estimates.
According to both the Detroit News and Free Press this morning, Prince announced late Friday that he will be performing in Detroit this coming Thursday April 9th. The venue for the show will be revealed this […]