• Sergio Cortes Is Offering The World A Chance To See Michael Jackson Again

    By / October 20, 2015

    There’s some aspects of life where people seldom get a second chance. One of the most notable is when a celebrated performer passes away. People often plan to see the greats perform live in person. But the general responsibilities of life simply tend to get in the way. Sadly though, another aspect of life is… Read more

  • Letter from 1977 of Historical Interest to Punk Rock Scholars

    By / June 15, 2015

    A typed letter that Epic music executive Bruce Harris wrote to punk music fan and journalist Paul Dougherty in 1977 about the band the Clash has been unearthed. The letter explains the decision Harris made at the time to not release the Clash’s debut album in the United States although it was doing well commercially… Read more

  • J.Cole’s Song Fire Squad continues to draw attention

    By / January 1, 2015

    What was J.Cole’s intention behind his song “Fire Squad” which is featured on his new album Forest Hills Drive. Some believe that he used his lyrical talent to diss Caucasian hip hop and R&B stars such as Eminem, Justin Timberlake, and even Iggy Azalea. If you haven’t listened to the song yet, please do sp… Read more

  • Green Day, Lou Reed, Ringo Starr: 2015 Rock and Roll Hall of Fame Inductees

    By / December 18, 2014

    Green Day, Ringo Starr, and Lou Reed have been announced as 2015 Rock and Roll Hall of Fame inductees. The induction ceremony is a big point for Green Day, inducted the first year that the band has been eligible for nomination. Ringo Starr will be inducted as a solo artist, as will the late Lou… Read more

  • The 1984 Flashback

    By / November 13, 2014

    The Taylor Swift ‘1989’ album continues to break record sales for 2014. Rolling Stone is also taking a look back at the 80’s as well. The magazine has compiled a list of the best singles in 1984. It was a magnificent year that spun some of the greatest classics in music history. Michael Jackson ruled… Read more

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