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Tag Archives: Neil Young

Strong Like Bull’s Top 5 classic music videos from the 80s

Posted by on September 17, 2019

Kansas rock n’ rollers Strong Like Bull recently released their new single for the song “Live While You Can.” The group’s overall style is filled with classic influences from the 70s and 90s mixed with today consisting of styles ranging from AC/DC, Motley Crue, Metallica, and some Buckcherry. With that being said, we thought it […]

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Spotify hit with $1.6 billion lawsuit over Rage Against the Machine, Tom Petty, Weezer songs

Posted by on January 2, 2018

If the last few years has taught us anything about consumption of music, it’s that streaming is the preferred method of hearing it. Yet as Spotify, Apple Music,  Tidal, Amazon and more continue to capture the ears and wallets of music lovers everywhere, it’s still kind of the wild west out there when it comes […]

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2017’s Black Friday ‘Record Store Day’ releases include Anthrax, At The Drive-In, Kreator and more

Posted by on October 18, 2017

While we haven’t had the chance to fully celebrate Halloween, we did receive an extensive list of albums that are being exclusively released on Black Friday (November 24th). These ‘Record Store Day’ releases include a wide range from Iggy Pop, Clutch, Janis Joplin, Anthrax, At The Drive-In, Kreator, Venom, Black Label Society and more. Wanna […]

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Watch Metallica play “Hardwired” acoustic, jam with Neil Young

Posted by on October 24, 2016

Neil Young’s annual Bridge School Benefit, a non-profit charity event, took place over the weekend. Of course Neil Young performed at the all-acoustic event, but this year, Metallica joined for a special nine-song acoustic yet. The set included covers of songs by The Clash, Deep Purple and ended with a version of Buffalo Springfield’s “Mr. Soul” […]

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Rolling Stones ask presidential candidate Donald Trump to stop using their music on campaign

Posted by on May 5, 2016

Music is a key part of any political rally, particularly when the candidate shows up for their speech. Sometimes, the artists behind the music played at this events aren’t too keen to be associated with these political parties or candidates and ask them to stop playing their music, just like Rolling Stones recently did to […]

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Prong cover album artwork, full track listing revealed

Posted by on January 13, 2015

We’ve been telling you about the March 31 release of legendary trio Prong’s first full-length cover album, Songs From The Black Hole, since November. We knew some of the covers that we could expect on the upcoming album, but now the full track listing has been unveiled, as well as the album art. TRACK LISTING: 1. […]

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Here’s Dave Mustaine’s daughter Electra singing Neil Young with Stryper’s Michael Sweet

Posted by on May 6, 2014

Stryper frontman Michael Sweet released a book, Honestly: My Life and Stryper Revealed , today. It also happens to be the day that the singer released a solo album, I’m Not Your Suicide. As we reported earlier, Dave Mustaine’s 16 year-old daughter, Electra, appears on the album, dueting with Sweet on a cover of Neil Young’s “Heart of […]

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Stryper frontman Michael Sweet to duet with Dave Mustaine’s daughter, pen book

Posted by on January 28, 2014

Last year was a comeback of epic proportions for Christian rock band Stryper. Their album, No More Hell to Pay, sold nearly 10,000 copies in it’s first week, and was actually a nice return to form for the band. Now lead singer Michael Sweet is making the most of 2014 by announcing not only a solo […]

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Review: ‘Sound City’ Is A Love Letter To Rock And Roll

Posted by on February 1, 2013

It’s not a spoiler by now to say that Sound City, which premiered yesterday in theaters and is available on demand today, climaxes with a jam session featuring Paul McCartney, director Dave Grohl’s musical idol, and the surviving members of Nirvana. And anyone that’s seen the trailer for the film, about the rise and fall […]

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Axl Rose Embarrasses Himself At Bridge School Benefit

Posted by on October 23, 2012

Some Guns N’ Roses songs lend themselves to acoustic versions (“Patience” and “Used to Love Her” come to mind, mainly because they are acoustic). But you haven’t heard “Welcome to the Jungle” done much acoustically, and well, there’s a reason for that. At this past weekend’s 24th annual Bridge School Benefit, Axl and whoever else […]

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