The Rock and Roll Hall of Fame has announced the 2010 nominees. The diverse list includes Abba, The Chantels, Jimmy … Continued
Monthly Archives: September 2009
The Slants founder Simon Young doesn’t care to be just an average bass player in his electro/rock/punk outfit. “I … Continued
For the throng of Twilight diehards out there, author Stephenie Meyer released the complete New Moon album soundtrack today on … Continued
Check out Rolling Stone for a music preview featuring albums by Paramore, John Mayer, Avril Lavigne and 57 other of … Continued
With Fender headquarters located in Scottsdale, Ariz., I’d like to give a big welcome to several of our Fender artists … Continued
Walking through the lobby of Scottsdale’s posh hotel Valley Ho, I pass a group of whispering young ladies clearly abuzz … Continued
Jessica Hopper authored The Girls Guide to Rocking, a recently published how-to book that covers how to start a band, book gigs and get rolling to rock stardom.
Take a look at the debut blog for AutoVaughn, winners of our Road Worn competition. This entry is brought to you by AutoVaughn’s lead singer, Darren Edwards.
Monday, Aug. 10, 2009, marks the 100th birthday of Leo Fender (1909-1991). Here we present an essay on Fender’s founder and a legacy that, a century after his birth, is stronger than ever …
Woodstock. Peace, love and … the blues? As much as Woodstock was the sound of the modern rock being heard on FM dials and in album form, it was also a sound heavily reliant on the blues. Acts that shaped Woodstock were creating a new form of expression rooted not in psychedelia, but in black American music from Mississippi, Chicago and Texas that was decades old.