Because it’s Tuesday and the latest class for the hall was announced last week. First, the Winston-Salem Journal has a nice write-up on the “5” Royales, which will enter the hall in April as an early influence. And yes, them were from Winston-Salem though sadly the last member of the band died in 2005. And […]
Last week, the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame announced their list of inductees for 2015. After two months of voting by an international body of more than 600 artists and music industry insiders, the votes were tallied and the resulting winners will be celebrated at the official ceremony on April 18th, 2015. Show More Summary
Joe Cocker, who died Monday at 70, couldn’t be surpassed for pure vocal nastiness, but he was never inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame. It’s time to rectify that now.
The Rock and Roll hall of famer, Darlene Love, performed “Christmas (Baby Please Come Home)” on The Late Show with David Letterman. Love went all out for the big performance. Check out the video. The tradition of performing on the show began in 1986, when Love was just beginning with a 4 piece band. Not […]
McCann Melbourne has rolled out another “Dumb Ways to Die” spot supporting Metro Trains Melbourne for the holidays, following this Halloween effort. The simple 30-second ad is centered around a re-working of “Deck the Halls,” replacing...Show More Summary
Thousand Foot Krutch and Rock 'n' Roll Hall of Fame inductee Alice Cooper teamed up in order to benefit underprivileged teens this holiday season.
Everyone has one.
Dennis DeYoung is one of the good guys in rock 'n' roll. Maybe one of the last ones too, since these days the only bands getting attention don't play instruments and rely on autotune. In any case, the former Styx frontman (who still puts on a HELL of a show now with a new band) …
Ringo Starr's Letter to the Rock N Ro... Apparently Ringo Starr didn't know he was inducted to the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame when he wrote this "angry" letter to them asking why he's not in yet. Submitted by: zpoitras Regular Keywords:...Show More Summary
Including Bill Withers, Lou Reed, and Joan Jett.
Tonight, I'm joined by Rock and Roll Hall of Famer Lindsey Buckingham, who reflects on his career with one of the most critically acclaimed musical groups of all time, Fleetwood Mac. The Grammy-winning guitarist and vocalist has reunited...Show More Summary
Heavy metal fans are left banging their heads…against the wall.
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Some American idiots, a man who walked on the Wild Side, and the goofy drummer for one of the all-time greatest bands will be inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame next year, the institution announced Monday. Read More > Other Links From TVGuide.com Lou Reed Ringo Starr Green Day Bill Withers Stevie Ray Vaughan Joan Jett and the Blackhearts
Being inducted into The Rock and Roll Hall of Fame is like winning a combo Grammy/Oscar and getting a high five from Elvis' ghost all at the same time. So we can't even begin to imagine how 2015's inductee are feeling! Who made the cut for next year? Green Day, Joan Jett and the Blackhearts, Lou Reed, [...]
The next round of Hall of Fame inductees have been chosen, and they are questionable, to say the least
The 2015 Rock And Roll Hall Of Fame inductees may have been announced this morning, but anyone who’s anyone knows the only awards that matter in the music business are those coveted Grammy Hall Of Fame slots. This year, 27 differentShow More Summary
The band got its start in Chicago and Butterfield grew up in Hyde Park. [ more › ]
The Rock & Roll Hall Of Fame has unveiled its list of inductees for the 2015 class. Via Rolling Stone: Lou Reed, Green Day, Stevie Ray Vaughan and Double Trouble, Joan Jett and the Blackhearts, Bill Withers and the Paul Butterfield Blues Band will all join the class of 2015. Show More Summary