Don’t Worry Baby

Everything will turn out alright.

The Seeker

I won’t get what I’m after til the day I die.

Salad Days Or Bust

"2015 really has been a bumper year for music documentaries. We’re only half way through, but already a couple of names jump out and strike you as some of the best films of the year, let alone the best music docs. But while films like Amy and Montage Of Heck have received relatively generous marketing campaigns to get the …

Kick Out The Jams Mother Fucker

"Usually, when the band stops playing and the mob doesn’t have any-thing to focus on, the riot starts. At least that’s the way it generally went down with my band: The MC5.  We played a fair amount of riots in our day. It was Riot Season in America. It happens every few years. The Belle …

Fat, Old, White Guys Who Wear Make Up

"Before KISS became a kid-friendly marketing machine with their own line of dolls and comic books aimed at the eight-to-sixteen demographic, the group maintained a darker, edgier, and more decidedly adult image. KISS, after all, came from the same sleazy New York scene as the Dolls and were demonstrably more musically aggro than most of their early ‘70s contemporaries—and let’s not forget the lyrical themes …

Keep On Rocking

"Although the story about Stephen Stills auditioning for the Monkees is apparently at least somewhat apocryphal—Stills says that he only wanted to sell the group’s management some of his songs—he did play guitar on one Monkee’s song, the Headsoundtrack’s “Long Title: Do I Have to Do This All Over Again?” Stills longtime musical partner Neil Young, however, was …

Sabbath in the Playland

Check out this nonsense I found while playing on the Internet. It's a band of McDonald's playing Sabbath. Enjoy.

KISS is the worst but…

The idea that a guitar magazine would teach anyone to play ska is hilarious.

The King Of Rock And Roll

REIGN OVER ME — "Pete Townshend has issued an apology after he swore at a 7-year-old girl during his performance of 'Quadrophenia' in Hamilton, Ontario on Feb. 19. Video footage from the concert shows just how unimpressed the 67-year-old musician was when the young fan held up a sign that read, 'Smash Your Guitar, Pete!' The former The Who …

Robert Lockwood Jr. – A Man You Should All Know

CLEVELAND — "Robert Lockwood, Jr. is an amazing musician who passed away at the ripe old age of 91. He was a man I was privileged to see live more times I can count and even speak with on occasion. I saw him play once in Memphis which although he was a Clevelander, seemed perfect. He …