This article summarizes the life and career of grunge artist Kurt Cobain. The author asks the question of whether the public could have prevented Cobain's suicide from a gunshot wound. The story also provides some commentary on preventing suicide.
I love music. I like all genres (well, disco not so much, and ditto for gangsta rap); especially bluegrass, swing, and jazz; but most of all, rock and roll....
One of the best alternative rock band to watch! You probably heard something from them in the screening of The Fault in Our Stars, find out 4 other songs you should listen from them!
This article provides an in-depth biography of Chuck Berry. The story is based on the autobiography of Chuck Berry entitled "Chuck Berry." At the conclusion, the author tries to answer the question: Is Chuck Berry the King of Rock and Roll?
Albums dedicated to cover songs are typically a labor of love from recording artists, and these seven albums are great examples of how effective such works can be. Any fans of the groups listed and/or specific musical genres should absolutely give them a listen.
I talk to The 427's Chris van Keir about writing soundtracks to films that don't exist, finding musical inspiration and galvanizing an audience.
It just don't add up. They say you can't stop rock n' roll but I say you can't count rock n' roll. Here are some of the worst arithmetical miscalculations from the world of popular music.
Progressive rock unlike any other - a truly unique musical experience straight out of El Paso, Texas. I promise, you haven't heard anything like this before.
The article provides a brief history of parody, particularly as it relates to rock and roll artists. Also shown are ten videos that represent the best rock and roll parodies.
An interview with Andrew Kerr, recently deceased. From The Last of the Hippies. "It was the most blessed thing in my life," says Kerr now. "The chance to live out a dream, a really crazy dream."