You can’t go wrong with old school Guns and Roses before Slash left and Axel consoled himself with chimichangas and lard. This concert from back in ’88, 24 years ago. It’s So Easy Mr Brownstone Outta Get Me Sweet Child of Mine My Michelle Welcome to the Jungle Night Train Paradise City Rocket Queen Knocking […]
No one has a better entrance than James Brown. Here’s one of his classics, Out Of Sight!
Bang your head to Slayer’s classic, Disciple!
The song is an oldie, but the blonde guy’s voice when he’s singing makes this youtube clip absolute gold!
Back in March of 1966, The Myron Cope wrote an article about baseball legend Roberto Clemente. Here’s the whole article for any one interested in reading it. The man really played thru some pain and still overcame tons of hardships before passing away. Check out the Full article here!
Marilyn Manson dropped the Portrait of an American Family Album in July of 1994 and brought “shock-rock” to the forefront of the music scene. Discovered and Produced by Nine Inch Nails’ Trent Reznor, it was finally certified Gold in 2003. It is the first and only Marilyn Manson studio album
Back in the ’80’s, Tipper Gore’s panties got in a bunch and she along with some other bored housewives of Senators, City Councelors, decided to cause a ruckus about obscenity in music. They created a committee called the Parents Music Resource Center to try and hide explicit music and remove songs from airplay. They attacked […]
One of the best metal CD’s of all time! Metallica’s Master Of Puppets!!! Released in 1986, it was Metallica’s first Gold record, and it was all done with no radio airplay or music videos. This was the last album that Cliff Burton was on before he passed. The album is now certified 6 times platinum […]
Latavia is a Serbian fortified wine, . You’ll want to definitely keep it chilled because it has one helluva bite when it’s warm. You can sip on and and1 glass of this will have you feeling warm and ready to go, or hook it for shots. This will make up about seven 5ths of Latavi […]
In a career that spanned six decades, James Joseph Brown profoundly influenced the development of many different musical genres. Brown performed in concerts, first making his rounds across the Chitlin’ Circuit, and then across the country and later around the world, along with appearing in shows on television and in movies. Although he contributed much to the […]