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By Heran Mamo 2/22/2021 Maroon 5 will join forces with Megan Thee Stallion for the first time on their upcoming single “Beautiful Mistakes,” which will be released on March 3. Fans had been suspicious of their collaboration earlier this month, when the Grammy-winning pop group posted behind-the-scenes snapshots of the music video on their Instagram Story. Maroon 5 also tweeted out […]

By Paul Grein 2/22/2021 Aretha Franklin is the only artist in Grammy history to win in a category eight years running. All hail the Queen! Every era has had its “Grammy favorites,” the artists who seem to have the inside track at piling up awards and nominations. They are sometimes derisively referred to as “Grammy pets,” […]

The legendary dance duo has called it quits 28 years after forming in Paris By Jazz Monroe February 22, 2021 Daft Punk, photo by David Black Daft Punk, the Parisian duo responsible for some of the most popular dance and pop songs ever made, have split. They broke the news with an 8-minute video titled “Epilogue,” excerpted […]

Renegades: Born in the USA finds the long-time friends discussing “race, fatherhood, marriage, and the state of America” By Sam Sodomsky February 22, 2021 Bruce Springsteen and Barack Obama, photo by Rob DeMartin Bruce Springsteen and former President Barack Obama have launched a new Spotify podcast via the Obamas’ Higher Ground production company. Titled Renegades: Born in the USA, the […]

With the French duo calling it quits, we revisit some of their most compelling visuals. By Pitchfork February 22, 2021 Daft Punk at the 2014 Grammy Awards (Photo by Dan MacMedan/WireImage) Earlier today, Daft Punk announced their breakup with a video of an exploding robot, taken from their 2006 film Electroma. It’s a fitting epilogue for a duo that harnessed […]

After the band Cream broke up, Eric Clapton wanted to join a music group that he had just heard for the first time, but he never got up the nerve to ask them. What group was this? Clapton was not so pleased anymore with the heavy rock blues-rock he did with Cream. When he heard […]

Jon Mixon Outside observation: He didn’t try very hard – Jagger’s solo efforts are rather notable for their lack of “heft”. Despite being a decent songwriter and having the wealth and backing to make stronger albums, he just didn’t. It was always a side job – The Rolling Stones was (and remains) his major source […]

Jesse Sutton· Okay, so I’ve heard this one a million times. According to legend, Clapton’s quote was “I wouldn’t know, ask Prince.” I love this anecdote. I love any time guitarists express admiration for other guitarists. Professional respect at its most pure. I loved it when I read that Frank Zappa had a ton of […]

Magnus Greel· My answer: TOTO. Though they’ve had a shifting line up over the years, their core of musicians are some of the best in the business. As TOTO they have released 14 albums, sold over 40 million albums, and won six Grammys. TOTO’s individual musicians, Steve Lukather (guitar/vocals), David Paich (keyboards/vocals), Jeff Porcaro (drums), […]

Miltos Antoniades:- Of course he will be remembered as one of the greats. He was one of the most influential guitarists in modern music. He came out and showed the world what tapping is. Then all the shredders followed. But EVH’s value in not only as an innovator. Unlike most of the copycats that followed […]

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