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When John Legend finished recording his seventh studio album in February, he, like everyone, couldn’t have imagined the state of society four months later, juggling both a global pandemic and a social revolution, with the police killing of George Floyd causing civil unrest in the streets of America. On a Zoom listening session for his […]

The latest single from Imploding the Mirage The Killers are back with the newest single from their upcoming new album Imploding the Mirage. This one’s called “My Own Soul’s Warning.” The track features and was co-produced by Foxygen’s Jonathan Rado. The new song follows “Caution” and “Fire in Bone.” Listen to it below. The cover […]

Music is the reason I exist. I’ve been in attendance at so many live performances I’ve long since lost count. I started in the 1970’s going to every show I could and since I’m totally hooked, I’ve been to many hundreds of shows since. But if I have to qualify them by which were the […]

Thom Harmand· Clinical Care Coordinator at Pinnacle Treatment (2017–present) I can only speak from my own experience for one, another from someone who was there; I went to see Matthew Sweet at a club in Orange County, CA several year ago, and according to the manager there were only about 40 people there. Of course I had a […]

Jo Sosna· Low quality adulting, NPC energy, always dehydrated In 2019, BTS have sold out stadiums worldwide, had 3 consecutive #1 albums on BB200, multiple charting songs on the Hot 100, RIAA Gold and Platinum, and the best selling album globally. Whether you’re a fan or not, it’s impossible to deny their global impact. So […]

James O’Connor· Music is the reason I exist. Englishman and overall genius, Alan Parsons was an audio engineer, songwriter, musician and record producer that became most famous in the early days of his career as the engineer on the final Beatles albums, Abbey Road and Let It Be, then producing and engineering one of the best selling albums of all time, Pink Floyd’s Dark […]

Great question! Competitive yet obviously personal. There are so many because of the music boom in the 70’s & 80’s, but I’ll list some Pop Classics not posted yet (hopefully). The Stone Roses – 1989 For many of us, the Roses’ eponymous debut was a dreary, bleak, Pop sensation. I still listen to this today. When I […]

Some had ice in the stomach, and waited to see what Jimi actually could bring, while others had the runs just from the bits they had heard, and the rumors of course. Jeff Beck and a few of the others took it cool, but I dont think there can be any doubt, that all could […]

Béla Fleck and drummer Steve Jordan also feature on the new song, which benefits the MusicCares COVID-19 Relief Fund Funk bass legend Bootsy Collins has released a new song “Stars,” featuring Dr. Cornel West, Béla Fleck, drummer Steve Jordan, young country artist EmiSunshine, and more. All proceeds from the track will benefit the MusicCares COVID-19 Relief Fund. Check out […]

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