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Earlier this year, the world of music was looking forward to celebrating the 91st birthday of Chuck Berry last month.
Last year, Thor re-released “Keep The Dogs Away”. Their latest offering is a big improvement.
If you haven’t heard of Aerial School, you are not alone. If you are a fan of melodic rock, you could do worse than check them out.
Chuck Berry will turn 90 on October 18; incredibly his name is largely unknown to many of today’s young music fans.
Thirty-five years ago, Rainbow played Boston. The live recording is now available.
There are times when I am either deeply depressed, or I just need to hold on to my sadness. For those times, I have a list of songs that get me through that period. They are songs that feel like they understand where I am in my depression. I call this playlist of songs “Alter...
This is both a music and film review...i am still in a very strange place listening to the haunting music and seeing the images of both Tom Hiddleston and Tilda Swinton...so perfect they fit the parts they play....enjoy
A look into the history of one of the greatest bands of all time. From triumph to tragedy, Led Zeppelin is loved by young and old.
The last testimony album from one of the greatest songwriter.
I have heard the Beatles Sgt Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band album in bits and pieces, it was only recently I listened to it as it was made, all the songs in order, at one listening. This is my review, more or less.
American writer Steve Almond thinks the song 'Africa' by Toto is so laughably contemptible that he felt the need to get up on stage and talk about it. I discuss, in an open letter to him, why I think he should use his time more wisely (especially his time on stage), and not be so musi...
Songs where there is more talking than singing really catch my attention. What is the message being presented? I heard this song three or four times before I thought I caught it all, and then did a lyric check to be sure. This song has stirred up some controversy, so I wanted to shed ...
A review of new rock band, Verses's EP called no world for us
Alkaline Trio touched down in Belfast to bring their dark pop punk to an eager crowd; and it was a set that was real fans of the band, not part-time event goers
Debut album from Northern Ireland band Ajenda sees them unveil a subtle rock approach
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