Category Archives: Global Rock News


Jack White

Vinyl proves it’s still king as Blunderbuss overtakes Abbey Road.

Keynotes From the Keynote – Bruce Springsteen’s SXSW 2012 Keynote Speech


Bruce Springsteen’s soul has always burned for rock ‘n’ roll. Those who have seen him live over the years can attest. Personally, I have never seen a performer put more into every single chord played, every single chorus sung, or every single three to four hour show he performs. The man is music. And his appreciation for music, the history of music, and the future of music, everything about music, is part of his make-up. Bruce loves music. There is no doubt.

Lukas Nelson – Making His Own Legend, One Show at a Time

Lukas Nelson

Only one hand is needed when counting rock and roll’s most successful sons. The shadow that some fathers cast can be long and daunting. And actually, it’s country music that seems to have had the most successful kin.

You Tube of The Week – B.B. King

BB King

In his 80′s, and still massaging the blues out of his guitar, Lucille, the king of the blues, B.B. King will be in town this week playing Humphreys by the Bay Monday August 5th. This man plays like he came out of the womb with guitar attached. Leaning back, smiling, playing the music of his soul, this video is an example of the beauty of B.B.’s talent.

Dylan Proves Talent Trumps Age

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Dylan proves talent trumps age at the Orange County Fair. Like an aging blues man uninterested in retirement and existing only for the opportunity to play his songs, Bob Dylan at 70 is still challenging himself live. One of rock’s greatest chameleons, Dylan has morphed into an improvising interpreter of all the different sides of himself.

Metallica and Lou Reed, or Mick Jagger, Dave Stewart, and Joss Stone?


Both combinations of talent are putting out albums. Which one makes more sense?

Clarence Clemons Passes Away at Age 69

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The sad news came wafting out of Florida Saturday night like the somber notes he would caress out of his saxophone; Clarence Clemons had passed away. For over 40 years the loveable “Big Man,” the ying to Springsteen’s yang, changed the landscape of rock and roll with a saxophone sound that was just as prevalent as any lead guitar.

You Tube Of The Week – Bruce Springsteen “Jungleland” featuring Clarence Clemons


You Tube Of The Week – Bruce Springsteen “Jungleland” featuring Clarence Clemons

Clarence Clemons Suffers a Stroke

Clarence Clemons

Clarence “Big Man” Clemons, the long time saxophone side kick of Bruce Springsteen and the E Street Band, suffered a stroke this weekend in Florida.

Steve Miller – Let Your Hair Down – Album Review


And as far as blues cover records go, this one has enough luster to separate itself from the standard safe approach most take when covering the blues. Miller is having fun here and it comes through without trying to over step these classics and make them something they are not.

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