Month: January 2022

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By Muiris Mac Cartaine:- It depends on the market but by 1975 Pink Floyd had cemented their earlier commercial breakthrough in the U.S. and continued their elevated success in the U.K. & elsewhere. 1973’s Dark Side of the Moon, was a U.S. # 1 and an album that would take up residency in the UK […]

By Scott MacFeeters:- It was his maturity. This is true of several great guitarists of the era. Eric Clapton was prominent in the Yardbirds and John Mayalls Bluesbreakers before hitting it big with Cream. Jimmy Page was one of the most sought after session guitarists in London from 1963 to 1966, playing on albums for […]

By Michael D. Mirne:- You mean Randy Meisner, who played bass on the first 5 Eagles albums. My opinion is that he just grew weary of being in show business. He was a great bassist and he loved playing music, but he just didn’t like all the things that came with it. The touring, the […]

The Nashville-based singer reflects on the journey to her sophomore EP Written By Ilana Kaplan January 24, 2022 – 11:00 am At 25, Charlotte Sands has already seen the ups and downs of the music world. (Photo by Nickalaus Stafford) When Charlotte Sands posted a TikTok at the beginning of COVID asking Yungblud to let her open for him on tour, she didn’t […]

Written By SPIN Staff January 22, 2022 – 1:00 pm The latest Fraggle Rock revival, Back to the Rock, premiered on Apple TV+ yesterday, and to celebrate the occasion Foo Fighters revealed that they wrote a song for its soundtrack. Aptly titled “Fraggle Rock Rock,” the track sees Dave Grohl pay homage to the show’s original theme song while also penning some pretty wacky lyrics […]

Bono and bandmate the Edge appeared on the Awards Chatter podcast on Monday (Jan. 17), as the band is generating Oscar buzz for “Your Song Saved My Life” off last year’s Sing 2 soundtrack. By Rania Aniftos 01/18/2022   Bono attends the premiere of Illumination’s “Sing 2” on December 12, 2021, in Los Angeles, California Emma McIntyre/GI Sure, U2 have won 22 Grammy awards from […]

By Jason Lipshutz:- This week, Christina Aguilera stuns in Spanish, YoungBoy Never Broke Again never sleeps, and Charlie Puth lights up our 2022 pop playlists. Check out all of this week’s First Stream picks below: Christina Aguilera, La Fuerza  Christina Aguilera’s Spanish-language music fans may have had to wait over two decades for new tunes to follow 2000’s Mi Reflejo, […]

By Lorent Frond: – I will mostly focus on Deep Purple and Led Zeppelin below. King Crimson, Yes and Genesis (Gabriel era) are progressive rock bands and had more musical and technical than commercial ambitions. They appealed to a specific, rather intelligent, discerning and discriminating audience. As such, they cannot really be compared to Led […]

By Steve Haeger:- I should go through the answers first, but without looking I’m going with “Me and Bobby McGhee,” originally written by Kris Kristofferson. Kristofferson is not necessarily a household name, but he is on the Country Music Hall of Fame, received the lifetime achievement award from the Country Music Association in 2018, and […]

By Rocci Disopa:- If you’re talking playing-wise, ‘Hell No’… He is a solid groove, pocket player. One of the best! You can’t play on 100 plus million records and be a slouch. It doesn’t work that way. Mick has been laying it down since the early 60’s playing in local London bands until he got […]

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