Dennis Dunaway Interview: , the original bassist for The Alice Cooper Group has announced an exciting new project for his new song, “Cold Cold Coffin.” The Music Room: Hi Dennis. It is a real honor to be able to speak with you, and I appreciate you taking time out to speak with me. I wantContinue Reading
Inside Abbey Road’s User-Friendly Makeover With the addition of newer, more affordable studios and the appointment of Chief Creative Advisor Nile Rodgers, the Fab Four’s former playground has been reborn By KORY GROW Noel Gallagher at Abbey Road. With more affordable studios and the appointment of Creative Advisor Nile Rodgers, the legendary studio hasContinue Reading
The Kinks’ Dave Davies, 1975, photo by Michael Putland/Getty Images The Kinks’ Dave Davies has announced a new album of unreleased solo material. Decade arrives October 12 via Red River Entertainment/Green Amp. It includes works recorded from 1971 to 1979. Listen to the record’s lead single, “Cradle to the Grave,” below. “I am so pleasedContinue Reading
The Bizarre Life & Sad Death Of Nikki Sixx’s Doppelganger By Jon Hotten August 27, 2016 Classic Rock In the late 80s, unknown musician Matthew Trippe claimed to have replaced Nikki Sixx in Motley Crue. Now the true story of Trippe’s strange life can finally be told Matthew Trippe died in December 2014. YouContinue Reading
The Canadian was performing with the Minnesota Orchestra, but one musician didn’t take kindly to his remarks. Give’em hell Rufus!!!! Source: Trumpeter backing Rufus Wainwright storms offstage over political comment – Blog | q | CBC Radio
Source: What Björk’s Cryptocurrency-Paired Album Means For The Music Industry Given the above, there’s no question that blockchain will revolutionize the music industry in a powerful way, and it’s very possible that in a few years we’ll look back on this moment as the pivotal intersection point. Only time will tell.
Source: Universal are tearing down all cover song videos on Facebook – RouteNote Blog It was inevitable. It is a money grab and also a power grab, cause they don’t have as much of either as they used to.
We’re celebrating the vocal mic’s 50th anniversary with true tales from its storied past, courtesy of Shure Historian Michael Pettersen. Source: 10 Things You Might Not Know About the SM58 | Shure Blog The Shure SM58 has become the touchstone for a professional vocal microphone, perfect in form, function, and feel. For many musicians, itContinue Reading
Amid rumors of bankruptcy, SoundCloud finds itself where many of its forebears have: slouching unsuccessfully towards scale and profitability. Source: The SoundCloud You Loved Is Doomed | Pitchfork “After being shopped last year for $1 billion, SoundCloud could end up being sold so cheaply that its founders may have trouble turning a profit. Deezer, whichContinue Reading
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