Take a look back on five classic music videos that were deemed unsuitable to air on TV.
Last week, rumors of a breakup swirled around AC/DC after news broke that guitarist Malcolm Young was suffering from an illness. Though the band issued a statement that Young would be “taking a break” due […]
In a recent interview, Dave Davies said that to honor the 50th anniversary of their debut, the band might actually reunite for a tour. But we’ve all heard that before.
Like fellow folkies Dawes, Mumford & Sons seems to be one of the most predominant new acts to be name-checked by rock’s royalty. Let’s take a look at which other musical icons have endorsed Marcus Mumford and his mates.
Let’s take a look at this week’s albums, reissues and other musical goodies from classic artists making musical waves yet again.
Though the U.S. charts don’t show the same influence, the Olympics effect is out in full force on on the U.K. charts this week.
With all the issues NBC has had during their broadcast of the London Olympics – from tape delaying, to spoiling results in their news coverage – it seems fitting that they saved their biggest fail for Olympics Closing Ceremony.
The ceremony featured a “Symphony of British Music” over the last 50 years, which included a mega-set by The Who; a touch of Queen, Pink Floyd and The Kinks; five songs by the Beatles (though no Beatles performed in the ceremony); and the first performance in years by the reunited Spice Girls.
[lastfm link_type="artist_info"]The Kinks[/lastfm] have announced their intent to re-release the band’s earliest albums as expanded double CDs. Gibson reports the CDs will start hitting shelves on March 28, 2011. Included in the March re-releases are […]
The Dreamgirls of MOTOWN are on TOP This Week Lyndon Johnson has been re-elected President of the United States. In a landslide victory earlier this month which was just as much a part of […]