60 Years Ago: Charlie Watts Officially Joins The Rolling Stones

60 Years Ago: Charlie Watts Officially Joins The Rolling Stones

Photo by Getty Images On January 9th, 1963, The Rolling Stones would change forever. It was the day that Charlie Watts would join the band and continue playing with them until his death in 2021 at the age of 80. The Rolling Stones had formed a year earlier in 1962 with vocalist Mick Jagger, guitarist…read more »

55 Years Ago: The Beatles’ “Magical Mystery Tour” Goes to #1

55 Years Ago: The Beatles’ “Magical Mystery Tour” Goes to #1

After The Beatles dove into experimentation with Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band in 1967 and influenced a whole new era of psychedelic rock, they decided to take it a step further with their next album. Magical Mystery Tour, the soundtrack to the film of the same name, would be released in November 1967 and…read more »

50 Years Ago: Aerosmith Makes Their Debut With Self-Titled Album

50 Years Ago: Aerosmith Makes Their Debut With Self-Titled Album

January 5th, 1973 made a rather large mark in rock ‘n’ roll history. The date might not have been the one that launched Aerosmith into complete stardom, but it did reveal to the world what the rockers from Boston, Massachusetts were all about. It was exactly 50 years ago from today when Aerosmith released their…read more »

“Rolling Stone” Lists Their “200 Greatest Singers of All Time”

“Rolling Stone” Lists Their “200 Greatest Singers of All Time”

Photo by Getty Images Musical talent seems to be a subjective opinion, but when Rolling Stone announces their infamous “top” lists, many tend to be persuaded by the powerful music magazine. Such is case this week as Rolling Stone just released a list of the “200 Greatest Singers of All Time.” The list touches every…read more »

10 Albums Turning 50 In 2023

10 Albums Turning 50 In 2023

Happy New Year! We’re feeling 2023 is going to be quite the year. Along with new releases we are anticipating, 2023 also marks some pretty significant anniversaries of many legendary albums. 1973 was one of the greatest years in rock ‘n’ roll history, and it blows our minds that the records released that year will…read more »

2022 Wrap-Up: Favorite Concert Moments

2022 Wrap-Up: Favorite Concert Moments

What a year for live music! 2021 slowly saw the return of concerts after a long period of pandemic quarantine, but 2022 brought concerts back at full force! We were lucky enough to witness many of these shows in person, so here’s a recap of just a few of our favorite concert moments of the…read more »

2022 Wrap-Up: Rock Albums Released in 2022

2022 Wrap-Up: Rock Albums Released in 2022

If 2022 proved anything, it was that rock is alive and well. New rock bands appeared with their own fresh take while many legendary bands continued to release new material. From Ozzy Osbourne to Dorothy and everything in between, here are just ten incredible new albums that were released this year: Ozzy Osbourne: Patient Number…read more »

2022 Wrap-Up: Musicians Lost in 2022

2022 Wrap-Up: Musicians Lost in 2022

Photo by Getty Images As we wrap up the year, we look back on all the memories that were made in music in 2022. While the year was full of incredible musical feats, it also encompassed some huge losses. Sadly, we had to say goodbye to so many incredible legends. Although they might not physically…read more »

Terry Hall of The Specials Dies At 63

Terry Hall of The Specials Dies At 63

Photo by David Corio/Getty Images Terry Hall was the lead singer of English ska revival band The Specials since 1977. Sadly, a social media post announced that Hall passed away on December 18th of an apparent short illness. He was 63. The Specials wrote on social media, “”It is with great sadness that we announce…read more »

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