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Puddle of Mudd ReDiscovered

Puddle of Mudd’s new album Re:(Disc)overed has some great covers on it. Who would have thought the band would redo such a wide variety of great classic rock songs? “Gimme Shelter” opens the album with a fresh remake of the original intensity of the Stones. On “Old Man” Wes Scantlin’s vocals work quite nicely within […]


Billboard Social 50 Chart

Billboard Magazine has a new chart…the Social 50. 50 chart positions explore each artist, with links for The Basics, Chart History, Biography, Albums, Compilations, Songs, Video, Lyrics and Discussions by fans of each artist. This is a pretty exciting collection of data for each artist, as seen across the world wide web. Billboard’s Social 50 […]


Record Store Day

This Saturday April 17th is Record Store Day! Go shop your local record store this Saturday and check out what you might be missing; limited vinyl singles, EP’s and special releases from hundreds of bands! Your local indie record shop is THE place to discover great music, gather with your friends, hang out and listen […]


Jim Marshall 1936-2010

Jim Marshall captured the eye of the essence of popular music for the past fifty years. The Beatles, Bob Dylan, Grateful Dead, Janis Joplin, Jefferson Airplane, Jimi Hendrix, Johnny Cash, John Coltrane, Miles Davis, Ray Charles, the Rolling Stones, Santana and the Who were all pictured through Marshall’s cameras. Jim Marshall passed away last week, […]


Nicky Hopkins

February 24, 1944 was the birthdate for a great pianist, Nicky Hopkins. He’s recorded with all four of the Beatles, The Who, The Rolling Stones, The Kinks, Donovan, Jeff Beck, Jefferson Airplane, Steve Miller Band, Cat Stevens and Quicksilver Messenger Service. You’ve heard Nicky Hopkins on The Beatles’ “Revolution,” The Stones “Gimme Shelter” and “Happy […]