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Chris Squire, Co-Founder of Rock Band Yes, Dies at 67

Wielding a Rickenbacker 4001 electric bass, Chris Squire years ago helped bring bass to the forefront in a world of axemen. A founding member of the prog rock band Yes, he died on Sunday at age 67, from leukemia. Yes confirmed Squire’s...Show More Summary

Chris Squire, bassist and co-founder of Yes, dies

Chris Squire, co-founder and bassist of the progressive rock band Yes, died at age 67 on Saturday in his hometown of Phoenix.

Yes Musician Chris Squire Dead at 67 After Leukemia Battle

Co-founder and bassist of rock band Yes, Chris Squire, has died at the age of 67. The longtime musician had been battling a rare form of leukemia. Yes keyboardist Geoff Downes first tweeted the news, writing, “Utterly devastated beyond words to have to report the sad news of the passing of my dear friend, bandmate [...]

Julianne Hough Heats Up Women’s Health July/August 2015 Cover

She’s always been easy on the eyes, and Julianne Hough is featured on the front of the July/August 2015 issue of Women's Health magazine. The 26-year-old “Rock of Ages” actress shows off her marvelous derriere in a blue swimsuit as she...Show More Summary

'Clueless: The Musical' Moves Forward With 'Rock of Ages' Director

The rumored Clueless: The Musical is finally moving forward officially. Filmmaker Amy Heckerling, who wrote and directed the original movie, confirmed the news to Entertainment Tonight. She also confirmed that Kristin Hanggi, who directed the Broadway production Rock of Ages from 2009 through 2015, would be leading this production and that...

The Breakbeat Poets: New American Poetry in the Age of Hip Hop

"Hip-Hop is the largest youth culture in the history of the planet rock. It has produced generations of artists who have revolutionized their genre(s) by applying the aesthetic innovations of the culture. The BreakBeat Poets features...Show More Summary

Forever Young: Rock and Roll As the Antidote to Aging

A few weeks ago I was visiting a friend in Los Angeles who had recently retired after a lifetime of working in the music industry. Before my visit I had spotted her in a documentary film about an iconic recording session in the 1980s with some of the top names in the business. Show More Summary

An Unlikely Teacher

At the tender age of nine months, my shot at the picture perfect childhood was ripped apart. Divorce rocked my family and gone were my chances of Christmas mornings, movie nights or dinners with my parents side by side. It would have...Show More Summary

Photo Gallery: A Big Day in the Columbia Gorge

By Michael Lanza To some hikers, the Rock of Ages Trail on the Oregon side of the Columbia Gorge will feel like the supreme challenge, a gauntlet thrown down; to others, it could seem like a cruel joke. My friend … Continue reading ...

These 1920s Street Styles Are a Gorgeous Blast From the Past

It doesn't need to be Halloween for New York beauties to rock retro 1920s hair and makeup. On the weekend of June 13, music-lovers gathered for the 2015 Jazz Age Lawn Party on Governors Island. There, we spotted S-waves, merlot lips, and dreamy vintage hair accessories. Keep reading to see stunning throwback looks to inspire your next night out!

Gig: Blues For BB – Cockermouth, Cumbria: Sunday, 5th July

(The Olly Alcock Band) On Sunday, 5th July, 2015, some of Cumbria’s finest blues and rock musicians will celebrate the life and music of BB King, who died on 14th May, aged 89. BB inspired pretty well every musician who plays the blues today, including all those who will be playing at this event. ‘Blues […]

Zeno Clash dev announces The Deadly Tower of Monsters

ACE Team - the developer behind Zeno Clash, Rock of Ages and Abyss Odyssey - has revealed its latest game, a B-movie inspired romp called The Deadly Tower of Monsters. Steeped in the culture of 50s sci-fi pulp, The Deadly Tower of Monsters will contain: lizard-men, UFOs, nuclear ants, dinosaurs, robot monkeys and more. Show More Summary

Christopher Lee, Lord of the Rings Actor and Heavy Metal Rock Star, Dead at 93

Christopher Lee, the iconic screen actor who brought some of Hollywood’s most memorable villains to life, died at age 93. According to The Telegraph, Lee died in the hospital following heart and respiratory problems. With his dourlyShow More Summary

3 REITs to Play the Aging of the Baby Boomers

The Baby Boomers are at an interesting juncture of their lives: Too old to rock ‘n’ roll, too young to die. This is a colorful way to describe the years of late career and early retirement, but it is nothing to take lightly. The aging of the Baby Boomers is the single biggest mega trend […]

Ty Simpkins Tells Us Why He Wishes Jurassic World Actually Existed

For a child actor of his age, Ty Simpkins is -- indeed -- a rock star. With his success in not only the Insidious franchise, but also his turn in Shane Black's Iron Man 3, he's already built a name for himself as a brainy smart alec, in an industry that loves to unbelievably peg kids as either adorable or wise beyond their years. Show More Summary

Weathering and river discharge surprisingly constant during Ice Age cycles

Over geologic time, the work of rain and other processes that chemically dissolve rocks into constituent molecules that wash out to sea can diminish mountains and reshape continents. Scientists are interested in the rates of these chemical...Show More Summary

RIP: Joe Cocker

It was a sad day in the world of Rock and Roll as we learned today that Joe Cocker died of lung cancer at the age of 70. The English Blues/Rocker hit worldwide prominence in the late 60’s on both sides of the pond where his Beatles cover...Show More Summary

RIP: Johnny Winter

The Rock and Roll world lost another great one today with the passing of Johnny Winter, who died in his hotel room in Zurich, Switzerland today at the age of 70. It is unknown at this time what was the cause of his death. The distinctively...Show More Summary

RIP: Bob Welch

The World of Rock and Roll has anothe casualty as former Fleetwood Mac guitarist and 70's Solo star, Bob Welch passed away today at the age of 66 to a self inflicted gun shot to the chest. Welch was with Fleetwood Mac in the "transition years" of 1971 to 1974 and was not part of the bands mainstream explosion in 1975. Show More Summary

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