A long time ago in a city called “Los Angeles” a form of hard rock was born. Hair Metal was the product of many bands listening to too much Van Halen, mixed in with the New York Dolls, Thin Lizzy and T. Rex.
As the Mad Men generation started to lose its grip on reality, their contribution Saturday morning kids shows got totally weird.
Grand Theft Auto V features 17 radio stations, 15 of them with diverse playlists curated by notable DJs making for a top-shelf airwaves experience.
As Pete Seeger once said, “The right song at the right time can change history.” But what does history do when the right song comes at the wrong time?
Tom Petty has a beef with country music. Or, at least, the current state of country, if comments he made to Rolling Stone this week are any indication.
A couple of weeks ago, Black Sabbath‘s reunion album, 13–produced by Rick Rubin–topped the album charts.
Pop star Justin Bieber collapsed during a performance at London’s O2 Arena last week (March 7), requiring medical attention and a brief hospital stay.
Introduced at the 7th annual Academy Awards in 1934, the category of Best Original Song has seen its share of high times and lean years.
Obviously you haven’t forgotten “Gangnam Style” or NASA’s Curiosity rover landing on Mars. Who could ever forget wondering what the fiscal cliff is or Superstorm Sandy? But did you already forget about Texts from Hillary? […]
Really, everything you need to know on the subject of love and heartache can be taught by listening to Dylan.