there are many significant performances in Rock n’ Roll history that took place on The Ed Sullivan ShowRead more "Rockin’ and Rollin’ The Ed Sullivan Show"
Enter Marion Keisker, without whom, Rock N’ Roll may have never existed.Read more "Let’s All Take A Moment To Thank Marion"
Combining the likes of funk, classical, gospel, and electronic music to make a rock n’ roll album is not a conventional thought, but to Muse it could never have been any other way.Read more "The Hard Rocking and Classical Swaying of Muse"
“The day the music died” represents the first impactful loss to the world of rock and roll music. Buddy Holly, Ritchie Valens and J.P. Richardson (aka The Big Bopper) all tragically lost their lives in a plane crash on February 3, 1959 near Clear Lake, Iowa. These men were three of the four acts traveling […]Read more "The Day the Music Died"
MTV changed what it meant to be a musician in the 1980’s and will forever be a nostalgic, feel good, memory for the teens and young adults growing up during that time.Read more "I Want My MTV!"
Chris Cornell was the co-founder and experimental lead vocalist for Sound Garden who not only led this movement, but went on to have an astoundingly successful career that spanned more than two decades.Read more "The Life and Legend; Chris Cornell"
At 6:00 pm on July 13, 1985, Queen was prepared to take the stage and play a 20 minuet long set at what many say was the most successful rock n’ roll show in history, Live Aid.Read more "Queen’s Domination at Live Aid"