Pearl Jam and its enigmatic frontman, Eddie Vedder, have addressed the subject of gun control as far back as 1991, namely with “Jeremy” and the song’s powerful music video.
Nearly 20 years after publishing his “unauthorized autobiography,” X-Ray, former Kinks frontman Ray Davies is preparing to return to bookstores this October with Americana.
Adam Yauch, best known as “MCA” of rap pioneers Beastie Boys, was a major figure not only in popular music, but also in the city of New York, specifically the borough of Brooklyn where he grew up.
One song is the most famous tune ever written by Boston’s most revered band. Another is a classic in its own right and perfectly captures the setting and spirit of Massachusetts in its lyrics. So which one deserves to be the official state rock song?
The Modern Lovers’ classic “Roadrunner” may proclaim in its lyrics that it’s “in love with Massachusetts,” but does the state love it back?
Social media was set ablaze last night with reactions to President Obama’s re-election, and no surprise – musicians got in on the celebrating or hating.
“The extreme right that feels everything they say are right and that God means it to be this way and that this is the way it is, are no different than the Taliban.” – Stevie Wonder
If we see one more Raggedy Ann and Andy…
Fresh off stumping for Obama last week in Ohio and Iowa, Bruce Springsteen has announced another campaign appearance for the president. The Boss will play a free concert at an Obama rally in Charlottesville, Virginia this Tuesday, October 23rd.
Simmons, who voted for Obama in 2008, now calls him “a piss-poor president” but “a wonderful family man.”