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Live Friday Nights: Pearl Jam - Unplugged

It’s amazing how good this show is. Maybe I’m watered down by today’s music, but nobody puts on a show like this anymore. Never mind “Unplugged” not being a thing anymore, which is a terrible shame, but the energy in this performance is a thing of the past. 145 more words


10 Catchy Pop-Rock Songs to get your feet tapping

There’s no theme or anything of that sort to this post. I just wanted to write about the first 10 Pop-Rock songs that pop into my head. 675 more words


Singles (Deluxe Version) [Original Motion Picture Soundtrack]

Alice in Chain’s Layne Staley at the water fountain looking like he is gonna boost a wallet.

Following yesterday’s post about the 20 year anniversary of the release of Singles, I jumped on CouchPotato and pulled down a decent 720p rip and spun it up thinking I would putter about the house while listening to some of the songs that were featured in the film and maybe even cringe a bit at how the film may not have held up over the one score that has elapsed since. 539 more words


Our 5 Most Anticipated Performances of the Pilgrimage Music & Cultural Festival 2017


Music fans are less than a week away from one of the best music festivals of the year, with the Pilgrimage Music & Cultural Festival… 502 more words


Today In Music History: 09/19/17

On this day in 1968 “Harper Valley P.T.A.” by Jeannie C. Riley was the #1 song.

It was on this day in 1969, that Creedence Clearwater Revival, hit No.1 in the UK with “Bad Moon Rising.” The song peaked at #2 here in the US. 200 more words


Gram Parsons End At Joshua Tree, No Nukes, Simon And Garfunkel Play To Half-Million At Central Park: This Day In Classic Rock [Videos]

Creedence Clearwater Revival were at their peak today in 1969. Their album Green River was at number one on the U.S. album charts, and the song… 507 more words


Pearl Jam’s Stone Gossard Shares Message of Unity for Troubled Times

Pearl Jam guitarist Stone Gossard shared an emotional message for our turbulent times via the band’s official website.

Gossard acknowledged a wide range of troubles, including the recent hurricanes, and the violence in Charlottesville. 241 more words

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