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Jimi Hendrix

Singer, Guitarist, Songwriter (1942–1970)

Guitarist, singer, and songwriter, Jimi Hendrix delighted audiences in the 1960s with his outrageous electric guitar playing skills and his experimental sound.Born on November 27, 1942, in Seattle, Washington, Jimi Hendrix learned to play guitar as a teenager, and grew up to become a rock guitar legend who excited audiences in the 1960s with his innovative electric guitar playing. 761 more words

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Inez & Vinoodh X Frame Denim

Frame Denim is a cool brand which specializes in jeans and rock’n’roll attitude-filled clothes. Following the footsteps of Karlie Kloss who designed jeans for long-legged girls, the dutch photographers Inez & Vinoodh have turned their hand to denim design, collaborating with Frame on a capsule collection. 95 more words


Yellow Cable's Summer Music Monday, The Everly Brothers, "Til I Kissed You"

The Everly Brothers were indeed brothers, Phil and Don. They were most  popular during the 1960s with country influenced rock and their close harmony style.  The brothers  were honored by induction into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, Country Hall of Fame,  and being included on “Rolling Stone’s” 100 greatest artists. 35 more words

My first 5 Hip-Hop Influences

1. Stevie Wonder I just called to say was the first song I heard and was like wow this guy moves the soul inside of me. 164 more words


Song of the Week: Baby Please Don't Go, Them

 Click Here to Listen to “Baby Please Don’t Go,” by Them

Start with the basics: this isn’t a Van Morrison original. American bluesman Big Joe Williams first made “Baby Please Don’t Go” a hit in 1935, and since then everyone under the sun and their sister has covered it. 464 more words


Lizzy van der ligt

Blogger from the Netherlands


She is a dutch vintage lover and details are her bestfriend. She knows how to keep it crazy in a fashionable, rock & roll and stylish way. 66 more words


It's Alright, Ma (I'm Only Leaving): Touring Bob Dylan's Hometown

I cross the Fond Du Lac Reservation on Highway 2 and approach the little town of Floodwood. The road’s empty save for one car about a football field behind me. 2,333 more words

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