Dubbed a post-punk band from London, The Should were never the most well-known band of the 80s. They did however have some really cool tunes. “I Can’t Escape Myself” is one of them.
Today’s jam of the day from one of the greatest guitar players of all time, Jimi Hendrix. This 14-minute live performance in Stockholm of ’69 is one of my all-time favorites of Jimi’s jams. You’re gonna dig it.
Coffee shop and Chipotle songs that just grow on you.
If you’re a real punk rock fan, the following is essential viewing.
“A changing of the guard…”
Nirvana probably wouldn’t have existed if not for Mudhoney.
Here is a full live performance of Nirvana at a club in Connecticut on September 26th, 1991, just two days after Nevermind was released.
This is one of my top 10 concerts that I wish I had have attended.
For over 50 years the Rolling Stones have wowed audiences in over 50 countries. They are one of the most iconic touring bands of all time. Here are some of the greatest, most iconic photos of the Rolling Stones on tour.
I’m overjoyed that I found this. It’s a film of Black Sabbath playing live at the L’Olympia Bruno Coquatrix in Paris on 20 December 1970. This is an epic concert.
Most people know that rock ‘n’ roll music started with the blues. Few blues artists were as influential as Robert Johnson. In fact, it’s safe to say that rock legends such as the Rolling Stones, Bob Dylan, Eric Clapton, The Yardbirds and the Allman Brothers [Read more…]
In his short career as a musician, Kurt Kobain gave (often unwillingly) many interviews with MTV, Rolling Stone and a number of popular media outlets. In many of these interviews, especially when he was with his band mates, Krist Novoselic and Dave Grohl, he didn’t [Read more…]
The members of the British rock band Oasis were probably always the rightful kings of the 90s Brit Pop movement, but their gig at Knebworth Park in August of 1996 made it official. Indeed, this iconic concert was their coronation before their fan all over [Read more…]