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Month: June 2021

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The Houston rapper’s single arrives June 11 By Madison Bloom June 7, 2021 A new Megan Thee Stallion single is coming soon: “Thot Shit” arrives June 11. Check out the announcement below. According to a press release, “Thot Shit” will find Megan Thee Stallion returning to her Tina Snow alter ego. The song is also described as one “that celebrates […]

The staff of Pitchfork listens to a lot of new music. A lot of it. On any given day our writers, editors, and contributors go through an imposing number of new releases, giving recommendations to each other and discovering new favorites along the way. Each Monday, with our Pitchfork Selects playlist, we’re sharing what our writers are […]

Keith Thompson He didn’t even show up when they were inducted into the RnR HOF. I don’t think there’s a rift between Mark Knopfler and Dire Straits, it’s just that Dire Straits is a part of Mark Knopfler’s past and he’s more interested in doing what he’s doing now. He has a solo career and […]

Mika Busch Hmm, that’s hard to say. I think I might start with Peter Gabriel’s sometime bassist, Tony Levin. Speaking of which, when Peter Gabriel left Genesis and Phil Collins took over lead vocals, they needed someone to play drums on tour. I think Bill Bruford would be a nice addition to my band. Particularly since he’s no stranger to “supergroups”… here is […]

By 1968 there were a number of blues rock bands that were becoming very popular. Cream, the Jimi Hendrix Experience, and the newly formed Led Zeppelin just to name a few. Mick and Keith wanted in on this. They saw the changing musical tastes and that their more flowery music was going out of style. […]

Back when the Moody Blues was actually a blues band (or R&B band), they recorded ‘Go Now!,’ a cover they mostly changed by adding that exclamation point to the title. (Denny Laine, the later Wings guitarist, played lead for them during those times.) It was released in January of 1964. Then, once they began to […]

Edward Ruff:- Creedence Clearwater’s band members were angry with John Fogerty after eight top ten singles and six million-selling albums, and insisted on writing and singing in 1971. John had written and sang everything until then. They started fighting and first John, then Tom Fogerty quit. The result was, John came back, and the remaining […]

Leland Shenfield:- OK, A lot of these answers are individuals. Let’s try a BAND that plays one of the HIGHEST QUALITY and most DIFFICULT styles of music: Progressive Rock. Let’s talk: RUSH. Rush 1976. Double double necks. Crazy, I know, but needed for the songs that they used them on, because they are crazy. Rush […]

Rick Bonner The question often comes up about the difference between John Lennon and Paul McCartney, they were exceptional together and separately talented. This is my take. Paul is a gifted composer who can effortlessly create melodic, memorable songs using a variety of styles and influences. John, on the other hand has the ability to […]

Guns N’ Roses have announced a rescheduled North American tour for 2021. The majority of the July concert dates announced last year have been cancelled or postponed to a later date; the tour is now set to begin July 31 with a show at Hersheypark Stadium in Hershey, Pennsylvania. Mammoth WVH—the band fronted by Wolfgang Van Halen—is set to support. Other cities […]