Monthly Archives: July 2017

Me and my guitar: Sikth’s Graham ‘Pin’ Pinney – MusicRadar

MusicRadar Me and my guitar: Sikth’s Graham ‘Pin’ PinneyMusicRadar“This is a slim guitar, that one is pretty much neck [deep]. I could talk for hours about how Doug thinks about things. His philosophy is looking at density and how he got this tone. Basically, this Swamp ash, being a lighter wood, is thicker, the … […]

6 Infamous Times Rock Music Was Blamed for Tragedies

Subscribe to Loudwire on Rock and metal largely operate under the radar of the mainstream eye. The demonization of groups has emanated from media coverage surrounding negative events where an artist is often misrepresented or misunderstood as news anchors and analysts mistake image and lyrics for something conveniently fitting within the confines of their narrative. […]

Boys Plays Guitar Cover of Toto’s ‘Hold the Line’ With Only His Feet

BTW The five original members that formed the rock band Toto were considered fantastic studio musicians before they rocketed through the musical world in the late 1970s and early 1980s, with bonafide Billboard hits like “Africa” and “Rosanna.” Knowing Toto’s musical pedigree makes the following video even more impressive, considering the boy in the video below […]

San Francisco art gallery to show vintage rock and roll posters

Monterey International Pop Festival, Southern California’s distinct early entry in the concert poster field.(Photo: Haight Street Art Center) In the late 1960s, San Francisco was the epicenter of counterculture. Thousands of people converged on the city for gatherings of like-minded people who shunned mainstream society and embraced the free-thinking progressive nature of the hippie movement. […]

The Frame | The Summer of Love was about more than just music

In the summer of 1967, music and popular culture changed forever. The Vietnam War and race riots caused the new generation to question social norms and the women’s movement was burgeoning. The result was a counterculture that used music and art as a form of activism and protest.   In the new book “1967: a […]