We lost one of the all-time great songwriters this week in Jim Steinman.
Bad Hair Day, more than any other album of the era, shaped my musical interests as a kid who was just starting to discover music on my own.
Daft Punk was a game changer for 11 year old me.
Rock’s acerbic mutineer would have turned 74 today.
22 years after the New Radicals broke up, lead singer Gregg Alexander got the band back together for a special show
2020 may have been one of the most daft years in recent history, but gods damn did we get a lot of great music. Music coming both in spite of all 2020 threw at us, and inspired by the trials and tribulations we all collectively went through. These are the albums that really moved me this year.
Farewell to the great guitarist Peter Green.
I did the 10 Day/10 Albums thing and included Spice Girls. So fuck it on wanting to be edgy and cool. I want to make sure I get my experiences with music right.
Albums from old favourites to new discoveries highlighted the close of a wild decade in musice
On February 3rd, 1959, a plane crash claimed the lives of 3 of the biggest rock stars of the era, Buddy Holly, Ritchie Valens and the Big Bopper. However, I choose not to view it as when the music died… rather when the music lived.
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I was raised on oldies and classic rock, came of age in the alt-rock dominant 90s, and was a country radio DJ for 10 years. I love listening to and discovering music. I’m here to celebrate old favourites and find new jams.
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