Category Archives: Blogs

‘The Batman’ Trailer Features Nirvana’s ‘Something in the Way’

‘The Batman’ Trailer Features Nirvana’s ‘Something in the Way’

The new Batman trailer with Twilight’s Robert Pattinson features a revamped cinematic take on Nirvana’s ‘Something in the Way’, which closed out their ever-classic album Nevermind. Kurt Cobain played this song during his MTV Unplugged performance, but The Batman trailer rendition becomes a massive arrangement with piano, hard percussion, and of course dramatic build. Sam Kesler…MORE

Steve Talks with Aerosmith’s Brad Whitford!

Steve Talks with Aerosmith’s Brad Whitford!

Steve had a chance to catch up with Aerosmith’s guitarist Brad Whitford! They talked about life in 2020, being in one of the greatest rock bands in the world, and a few other surprising takes from 50 years on the road. Absolutely a pleasure to catch up with the great Brad Whitford, check out the…MORE

Make Your Vote Count!

Make Your Vote Count!

Whether you’re going out to the polls or getting ready to send in your ballot, make sure your vote counts during this election! Register, make sure you’re registered in your state, and learn what you need to vote on November 3rd. VoteSaveAmerica.com has all you need to be prepared, so get to know your candidates…MORE

Rolling Stones Drop Lost Track Featuring Jimmy Page – HuffPost

Rolling Stones Drop Lost Track Featuring Jimmy Page – HuffPost

According to Huffington Post, The Rolling Stones just dropped a surprise song: a lost classic from nearly half a century ago, featuring Led Zeppelin’s Jimmy Page. “The Stones recorded ‘Scarlet’ with Jimmy Page of Led Zeppelin in 1974, but the track was never officially released. Stones guitarist Keith Richards said the collaboration happened when the band…MORE

Cheap Trick’s Rick Nielsen Gives Free Guitar Lesson on Instagram

Cheap Trick’s Rick Nielsen Gives Free Guitar Lesson on Instagram

A few weeks ago, Rick Nielsen of Cheap Trick took to Instagram to offered up a “free and easy guitar lesson whilst we languish in self-quarantine limbo.” He wrote, “For over forty years at least once a month other bands or musicians, some well known, most are not, (YET) will treat me with their version of how…MORE

Peter Green and Santana Perform ‘Black Magic Woman’ – Rolling Stone

Peter Green and Santana Perform ‘Black Magic Woman’ – Rolling Stone

The sad news came down Saturday that Fleetwood Mac co-founder Peter Green died at age 73. “It is with great sadness that the family of Peter Green announce his death this weekend, peacefully in his sleep,” his family said in a statement. “A further statement will be provided in the coming days.” Green’s tenure in Fleetwood Mac lasted a mere three…MORE

AC/DC’s Back In Black Turns 40!

AC/DC’s Back In Black Turns 40!

In honor of AC/DC’s legendary album Back In Black, we’re dedicating Friday, July 24th’s show to the incredible songs which revolutionized rock ‘n roll 40 years ago. Back in 1980, AC/DC lead singer Bon Scott passed away unexpectedly on February 19th, leaving the band to rethink the future. With the encouragement of friends and family,…MORE

Foo Fighters’ Debut Album Turns 25

Foo Fighters’ Debut Album Turns 25

After the death of Kurt Cobain, Dave Grohl called up his friend Barrett Jones for some studio time. Claiming that he started recording “just for fun”, Grohl wrote and produced an entire album on his own, hiding the project behind a new name to protect its identity. It was a cathartic experience to try and…MORE

The 20 Most Underrated Rock Albums – Louder Sound Online

The 20 Most Underrated Rock Albums – Louder Sound Online

Louder Sound online picked their choices for the 20 most underrated classic rock albums ever. Look, we’ve all got an opinion, but did your favorite make the list? “Overlooked comebacks and heroic failures, bonkers concept albums and electro-metal diversions – here are 20 underrated classic rock albums that deserve more than a second chance”  …MORE

Blogs

Steve Talks with Van Halen Bassist Michael Anthony!

Steve Talks with Van Halen Bassist Michael Anthony!

Steve Gorman Rocks! Interview Steve got the chance to catch up with Van Halen bassist Michael Anthony on Friday! Michael reminisced on the first time he heard Sammy Hagar sing, immediately realizing Van Halen had a new frontman. He talked about his work with superbands Chickenfoot and The Circle, and looked back on Van Halen’s worldwide dominance!

Steve Talks with Sammy Hagar!

Steve Talks with Sammy Hagar!

Steve Gorman Rocks! Interview Steve had the chance to catch up with the Red Rocker himself, Sammy Hagar! They chatted about the moment Sammy “became the leader” of Van Halen, reminisced about Eddie Van Halen and his legacy, and talked about how different it was recording an album during a pandemic. Sammy’s current band The…

New Jim Morrison Writings to be Released in June!

New Jim Morrison Writings to be Released in June!

The world will see new Jim Morrison for the first time in decades as “The Collected Works” has been unearthed and gathered together for release. Before his death in 1971, the Doors frontman handwrote a list titled “Plan for Book” that includes unrecorded lyrics, poetry, excerpts from notebooks, and even a film treatment. David Browne…

Steve Talks with Cheap Trick’s Rick Nielsen!

Steve Talks with Cheap Trick’s Rick Nielsen!

Steve Gorman Rocks! Interview: Steve had a chance to catch up with one of our favorite people, Rick Nielsen of Cheap Trick! Rick talked about Cheap Trick’s legacy, their new killer single “Light Up The Fire”, and reminisced about touring days and fun on the road. Check out the interview below!        …