Not many bands today truly embody the spirit and drive of a classic hard rocking band. Many try, but only a few succeed. Airbourne is one of those bands succeeding with their distinctive style and sound making every song an instant classic. There isn’t a song in their catalogue that doesn’t get the heart racing and fist pumping.
Without a doubt, singer-songwriter Taylor Swift is a world-wide musical phenomenon with over 42 million Facebook fans watching her every move as she lays down hit after hit and sells out stadiums night after night.
Over a decade in the making, Cinderella frontman, Tom Keifer, is boldly launching his solo career with a thrilling and terrific new album, The Way Life Goes ; an appropriate title, considering the multiple obstacles he’s faced.
Lou Gramm the lead singer of the iconic band Foreigner, is ready to tell his story in his new book, Juke Box Hero: My Five Decades in Rock n’ Roll.
Walk in to the National GUITAR Museum’s traveling exhibit, “GUITAR: The Instrument that Rocked the World”, and you find yourself surrounded by a troupe of intriguing guitars that captivate and urge you to play. The road show changes each time it hits a new town since the museum’s founder, HP Newquist, wants to not only inform, but to surprise. The National GUITAR Museum and the exhibit are both part of a vision Newquist to promote his favorite musical instrument – the guitar.
The heavy metal legends, Judas Priest, whose influence on generations of musicians and metalheads is incalculable, celebrate their 40th year as recording artists with a live concert DVD, Epitaph – a unique live career retrospective.
Avid Beatles fans have been blaming Yoko Ono for the break-up of the Beatles for over 40 years. In a surprise gesture, Paul McCartney has come to her defense
Last fall, Marshall Crenshaw announced his launch of a subscription whereby his fans could receive a series of three 10-inch vinyl EPs, each of which would include a new A-side backed with a cover song and a remake of a song from his earlier career.
If you dig searing lead guitar, bluesy singing and slamming Stax-style power funk, grab Ana Popovic’s groovin’ new album Can You Stand the Heat, which entered the Billboard Blues Chart at #9 upon its release April 16.
While the Verizon Center in Washington, D.C. is home to the Washington Capitals of the National Hockey League and their rally cry to “Rock the Red”, it would be The RED Tour of multi-platinum superstar Taylor Swift doing the rocking on this evening, for the first of back to back sold out performances.