Tag: Music History

Jane Wiedlin’s Excellent Adventure!

Jane Wieldin was amongst the thick of it when LA punk was born in the 1970’s and she helped propel […]

Kate Bush is anything but cool.

Kate Bush is anything but cool. Yet despite her oddness, particularly her brand of pop music, she hit a strange […]

Vitalogy: Weird, Wonderful and Iconic!

At the end of 1993, there was no bigger band in the world than Pearl Jam, except maybe Nirvana. If […]

Hallelujah, Amen and Goodbye Leonard Cohen.

My thoughts are with Leonard Cohen’s family and friends during this sad time. Yesterday, we lost one of the most […]

My Halloween Special: Skyhooks’ Horror Movie (song).

How do I even begin to describe to my wider audience who Skyhooks are? In short, they were a pre […]

Singer Songwriter Lisa Mitchell has still ‘So Much To Say’!

I am here today to talk about the very talented Lisa Mitchell. Last week she released her new album Warriors and […]

Paul McCartney’s School of Rock

On October 8th, 2013, arguably my favourite Beatle, Paul McCartney, made a surprise visit to the Frank Sinatra School for […]

Jagged Little Pill Is Still Awesome !

Before the year 1995, I have to admit I had never heard of Alanis Morissette. I think its fair to […]

‘Rider on the Storm’ no more.

When you think of great front-men of rock history, Mick Jagger, Freddy Mercury, Eddie Vedder and Michael Hutchene, all instantly […]

The 2000 Incident: Tragedy at Roskilde.

The first ever staging of the Roskilde Festival near Copenhagen, on the island of Zealand, Demark, was in 1971. It […]