Matt Aliberti Blue Oyster Cult is a criminally underrated band. I can count on one hand the songs that i dislike, their catalog is full of interesting, edgy well crafted songs that span across the entire genre of rock. They are more than Don’t Fear the Reaper and Burning for You, which accounts for 95 […]

Jagua Nana Michael Jackson is already a historical figure. In addition, Michael Jackson remains the only man in the history of art to be popular in every part of the world, and that’s still the case even about a decade after his death.

Matt Kroner Yes he did. His first solo album titled David Gilmour was released in 1978. His second solo album, About Face was released in 1984. On an Island came out in 2006 and Rattle That Lock came out in 2015. David Gilmour also did the guitar work for The Orb’s album titled The Orb […]

Bob Smith Jefferson Starship.. Ok, not to be confused with Jefferson Airplane or Starship. The band originally began life as Jefferson Airplane in 1965. The band saw success early in their careers, headlining the Monterey Pop Festival in 1967, Isle of Wight Festival in 1968,Woodstock in 1969 and Altamont Free Concert 1969 . Read: Procol […]

Our brains reward us for seeking out what we already know. So why should we reach to listen to something we don’t? By Jeremy D. Larson Listening to new music is hard. Not hard compared to going to space or war, but hard compared to listening to music we already know. I assume most Americans—especially those […]

Tim Kennedy To be fair to Quincy he has worked with some incredibly talented musicians in his long career. The Beatles though surely not lousy were perhaps inferior players compared to the excellent session musicians Quincy has worked with but it wasn’t for their musicianship that the Beatles were famed. They were great innovators, great […]

Find out who’s up for Best New Artist, Album of the Year, Song of the Year, and more By Allison Hussey, Quinn Moreland, and Evan Minsker November 24, 2020 The 60th Annual GRAMMY Awards®, January 2018 (DON EMMERT/AFP via Getty Images) It’s that time of year once again—the 2021 Grammy Awards nominations were announced today (November 24). Leading the field is Beyoncé, […]

The Daily Show comedian replaces Alicia Keys, who hosted the past two years By Matthew Strauss November 24, 2020 Trevor Noah, January 2020 (Kevin Mazur/Getty Images for The Recording Academy) Trevor Noah will host the 2021 Grammy Awards, the Recording Academy announced. He’ll take the place of Alicia Keys, who has hosted the 2019 and ’20 editions of the Grammys. Before Keys, James […]

By Melinda Newman 11/24/2020 Country radio may still not give women artists their due, but the Grammy voters heard them loud and clear Tuesday morning (Nov. 24), when the nominees for the 63rd annual Grammy Awards were announced. In the best country album category, four solo female acts and a co-ed group received nominations, shutting out […]

By Paul Grein 11/24/2020 Every year’s Grammy nominations brings its share of snubs and surprises. But this year also brought some absolute shockers. Take a look: Snub: The Weeknd, whose propulsive “Blinding Lights” is one of the year’s biggest and best hits, wasn’t nominated in any category. The Weeknd had better luck five years ago when he was up […]

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