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    Top 10 Rock Keyboardists

    Sunday, January 15th, 2012

    With so many guitar heroes, it’s easy to forget that piano has always been at the heart of rock and roll. From the original ivory pounders of the ‘50s, who took a cue from boogie-woogie and blues piano, to the synth pioneers of the late ’60s and ’70s and modern innovators of today, these musicians […]

    Top 10 Women in Rock

    Thursday, October 27th, 2011

    Rock and roll has always been a male-dominated arena, but there’s no overemphasizing the great impact female rockers have had on the last 50 years of music. Here we acknowledge the women who not only paved the way for others by changing people’s expectations of women in rock and dismantling gender barriers, but who stretched […]

    Top 5 Metallica Albums and Songs

    Saturday, July 30th, 2011

    Metallica is the greatest heavy metal band that ever existed. They certainly weren’t the first, and they won’t be the last, but their influence is everywhere. In a career that has now spanned 30 (!) years, Metallica has released 9 major albums with new material, as well as several other albums featuring covers and live […]

    2010 Year in Review

    Saturday, January 1st, 2011

    Another year has passed, and one of the things I like to spout off around the beginning of the year is the importance of trying something new. When it comes to music, expanding your horizons is both exciting and rewarding. While we may sometimes think that we only really like a few different kinds of […]

    The Beatles Are On iTunes!

    Wednesday, November 17th, 2010

    So, the big news from Apple is that the Beatles are now available on iTunes. People have been waiting forever for this day, and many believed it would never happen, but it’s now official! Hooray! Of course, before I go any further, let me say that I use iTunes all the time, and I own […]

    Ten Great Songs from the 50s

    Saturday, August 7th, 2010

    The decade that popular music began is largely forgotten today; unless it is considered for the Grammy Hall of Fame award. Deemed as “your parent’s music”, the croons of the 50’s are difficult if not impossible to find on your local radio band in 2010. Having something to do with this might be the fact […]

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