by Steve Corbett I missed going to Woodstock – three days of peace and music. Having just graduated high school that summer of ’69, I went to work in a political job my dad got me at a bleak state office building. My wife Stephanie stayed home, too. Believe it […]
by Kidman J. Williams Rude boys and girls bust out your 50-inch Jnco jeans and designer wallet chains! Roots of Creation has made a collection of Dub music that will make your grandma jive and your bong quiver. And when your grandma does start dancing, make sure to get that […]
Then there’s the story about Hunter shooting icicles off of a cabin John had rented near Woody Creek. John was not amused. They did not share a love for shooting guns.
by Kidman J. Williams Blondie hit the music scene with striking good looks while running parallel lines with the late 70’s punk scene, disco, their Warhol artistic sensibility, and the post punk/new wave genre that was to come. Debbie Harry was being primed to become the look and sound of […]
His towering rage on being informed that the other Doors had sold their number one hit, “Light My Fire,” for a Buick television commercial, is a landmark of the entire era.
by: Ty Reynolds Independent rap sensation Tom MacDonald has spent the better part of the first half of 2021 living up to his reputation for controversy by publicly attaching his name to one of the all-time greats, Eminem, through a 1-2 combination of references in two of his biggest hits […]
Seriously, now. Trust me. You will have to listen to [Mom] the song, readers. Sierra’s voice is shockingly unique. It’s a slow mellow shuffle, paced by world-class drummer and brilliant father Burleigh Drummond, and a tasty keyboard solo by the song’s subject, her mom… It’s indescribable.
by: Kidman J. Williams Mom fed you. Mom clothed you. Mama wiped your nasty little butt for you so you didn’t have a rash and stink up her apartment. She sacrificed her youth, beauty, and maybe even a few dreams of her own to make sure that you grew up […]
by: Kidman J. Williams Friday April 8th, 1994.. I was just fifteen years old. I wasn’t old enough to drive, vote or drink legally; although in a brief and awkward carnal meeting that made Adam Sandler look like Don Juan, I did lose my virginity. Our faithful music reporter and […]
by: Donnie Casto II There is hope for authentic Gen X music lovers who are tired of reliving the 90’s with the hits of yesteryear syndrome. Sure, we all love the golden age of grunge, but after a listen to the Albany trio known as reaLation a 40 something grunge […]