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Glastonbury 2017 Festival Review: Top 10 Sets

Photography by Nathan Dainty

For about a decade, I have been obsessed with Glastonbury. I’ve watched nearly every major set on YouTube over the years, always squealing with delight each time the festival is randomly broadcasted on TV. 4,254 more words


Does your car sing?

1967 Plymouth Barracuda

This car appeared in my 12 days of Hot Rods list, but it deserves a little more attention than a list entry. Of the cars shows I attended in 2015, the Steel Days car show was the most impressive with the quality of cars there. 103 more words

Steel Days Car Show

My Beatles Weekend: 'Eight Days A Week' Documentary & Classic Album Sundays, 'Sgt Pepper'

Weekends this summer have been pretty quiet since my daughter visited us over Memorial Day. The Rock Chick and I have been laying low, as the saying goes. 1,194 more words


Got to love the Babymetal ad truck campaigns

The business strategies behind the success of Babymetal is there for all to see. If you have a good product, flaunt it! I really do have a soft spot for the ad truck campaigns that seems to be a part of what you do if you are serious about something in Japan, and it is nice to see that Babymetal has had a number of these almost from the very early days and onwards. 97 more words


Members of Korn joined Babymetal on stage for Tour Finale yesterday

Rob Zombie and James Shaffer of Korn joined Babymetal on stage in Nampa (Idaho) yesterday for “Gimme Chocolate!!”, and thus ended this particular tour on another incredible high note. 41 more words



Canadians Nickelback return with new album ‘Feed The Machine‘ landing on June 17th… and this week’s Rockshow interview features Chad Kroeger talking about their ninth studio release. 8 more words

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Weekly Recommended Listens: June 2017, Week 3: Sixties Rock: The American Musical Response To The First British Invasion

Hi everyone, this week we’re continuing our look at the sounds of American rock bands that came to musical prominence in the era just after the Beatles arrived in America in 1964 — so we’re roughly looking at music released between 1964 – 1969 but music that is more traditional rock than late sixties heavy rock. 1,305 more words