The calendar is about to turn to May, which means three things: The weather is warming up. Most of us are switching to iced coffee. Summer concert season is kicking off! We’re most excited about […]
This U.K.-based artist painted her face to look like classic album covers for the past two Record Store Days. Here’s a selection of some of the famous classic rock albums she’s done.
AC/DC can still bring the thunder – as evidenced by their headlining performance at Coachella 2015 in California. Check out the video highlights!
Look who threw out the ceremonial first pitch at the 2015 Red Sox home opener! Tom Brady, along with Bill Belichick, Robert Kraft and the Lombardi Trophy, made a surprise appearance at Fenway Park before taking the ball and throwing it home.
It’s rare for a guitar player to popularize the use of a single effect. But Eddie Van Halen is one such guitarist capable of doing that. Here’s how his use of the flanger on “Unchained”
A to Z: Neil Young’s ‘The Needle and the Damage Done’ is a Timeless Examination of the Downward Spiral of Addiction
Neil Young wanted to save Danny Whitten. The former Crazy Horse guitarist had fallen down the rabbit hole of addiction, and Neil knew no other way to express his concern and try to save him but to write a song. So he penned “Needle and the Damage Done” in the early 1970s, an achingly intimate and somber dirge on the dark world that drug & alcohol addiction occupies.
If “Morrison Hotel” was the Doors’ return to form, “L.A. Woman” was their triumph. Here’s how the album and its iconic title track made the Doors have fun again.
It’s widely known that members of Black Sabbath once got into some kind of fight with a group of Neo-Nazis, but somewhere along the way that tale became the basis for the band’s riff-tacular metal classic “Fairies Wear Boots”. NOT the case.
Did you know that Lynyrd Skynyrd’s “Call Me the Breeze” is a cover? It’s OK if you didn’t. Their version of the song became more popular than the original ever did.
We lost former AC/DC frontman Bon Scott far too early. As we reflect on his life, we wonder what his legacy as a rock star is today (hint: it’s still a good one).