Tuacahn tells the story of a rock and roll legend

Sponsored by: Showtimes: June 24 – August 13, 2022 Haven Indoor Theatre. (Johan Pearson) | Tuacahn, The Story of Buddy Holly. Written by Lisa Larson from Tuacahn | June 13, 2022, 5:33 pm Back before the Beatles. Back before Bobby Riddell and Chubby made her big checker. Before the many household names that shaped the … Read more

What does Hedley’s Jacob Hoggard trial say about his rock lifestyle

When Jacob Hoggard started texting a 15-year-old fan after a concert in a small town in Ontario in 2016, the girl was thrilled. He was the lead singer of her favorite band, Hedley – a band she’s loved since she was 10 years old. In their first text exchange, she said she sent him pictures … Read more

The makers of ‘Onyx Experience’ talk about how much black rock music loves them

TORONTO — Director Andrew Hamilton says his new musical, The Onyx Experience, is not only a poignant celebration of Canada’s underappreciated black rock scene, but a rehab for a musical genre he’s been told it couldn’t be of its own making. The film maker remembers being a passionate rock and metal fan growing up in … Read more

Travel: Rock, Blues, and Soul Made Memphis | social communication

If Nashville had built its musical bones on country music, Memphis became a music mecca with the blues on Beale Street in the early 1900s. Later in the twentieth century, Sam Phillips, Sun Records, and Elvis Presley heralded the era of rock ‘n’ roll, billy rock, and rhythm and blues. Stax Records Celebrated Soul. And … Read more

The melting pot of rock ‘n’ roll: ‘Million Dollar Quartet’ introduces early rock energy Thursday | Sweetened

“Million Dollar Quartet” depicts the set of Jerry Lee Lewis, Carl Perkins, Elvis Presley and Johnny Cash. West Summer Repertory Theater begins its first show Thursday. Mark Ryan/Star Herald Jerry Lee Lewis, Karl Perkins, Elvis Presley, and Johnny Cash are four legends in the music world, who came together on December 4, 1956, through a … Read more

Florence’s Parallel Lives Role in Southern Literature and American Rock Curve Together in Highways and Rocky Ships, her first album in 21 years

Florence Door: Highways and missile ships View version Saturday, June 11, 8 p.m., $15 | Cat’s Cradle Back Room, Carborough Florence Door, who teaches contemporary literature, American novel and songwriting at UNC-Chapel Hill, will be releasing her second album, Highways and missile shipsvia Propeller audio recordings June 10. A wise and tender ensemble of Southern … Read more

Fuzz, reactions and folklore of a legendary Japanese rock band

With just fluff, ooh-wah, tape delay and amazing wattage tweeters, Takashi Mizutani’s sounds from his electric guitar were incredibly seismic. He had never played five notes when someone in limbo would, his mastery of the guitar was in the feel, texture, and net tremors of the ground and vibrato of his instrument. Listening to Mizutani’s … Read more

AC’s Rock Fest hosts a stack of bands from the 80s to the present | Events

Saturday will see performances from Chevelle, Hinder, Stephen Pearcy: The Voice of Ratt, Great White, Slaughter, Doro and more, while Sunday will feature Stone Temple Pilots, Hoobastank, Puddle of Mudd, John 5 and the Creatures, LA Guns and Dangerous Toys And performing one of these is unlike the others from rapper Treach of Naughty By … Read more

Fitz and the Tantrums, Ween to rock the stage this week

Connecticut (WTNH) — Indie pop, metal, and psychedelics are taking center stage in Connecticut this week as songwriters Fitz, Tantrums and Ween will perform in the state. See our full list of up-and-coming artists playing in Connecticut this week: Monday 6 June – Sunday 12 June where | June 9: Westville Music Bowl, New Haven … Read more