Brimming with hope and resilience, “The Rising,” the 9/11-inspired recording by Bruce Springsteen is BBP!’s Album of the Week.
Biff Bam Pop!’s Perry Schwartz talks to former Black Crowes drummer Steve Gorman about his new book Hard To Handle: The Life and Death of the Black Crowes – A Memoir.
If you had the opportunity to catch Bruce Springsteen and the E Street Band on their triumphant Wrecking Ball Tour in 2012/2013, you’ll recall that one of the show’s highlights … Continue reading Back To The Future: Bruce Springsteen’s High Hopes Reviewed
There have been a ton of solid new releases over the past few weeks. Green Day, Grizzly Bear, Band Of Horses, The Killers and Mumford & Sons all have new … Continue reading Pink and Richie Sambora? In The Same Article?
If you’re a guitar player, or if you’ve ever owned or purchased a guitar, you have a story. There’s something romantic about owning a guitar and especially about your very … Continue reading My First Guitar – Tales of True Love and Lost Chords Reviewed
Bob Dylan has spent the last decade-and-a-half criss-crossing the world on his ‘never-ending tour’ while releasing four critically-acclaimed albums and one head-scratching holiday record. Next week Dylan releases Tempest, his … Continue reading Exclusive Album Review – Bob Dylan`s Tempest Takes Us On A Dark Journey
It’s the time of year where parents rejoice and children across the country begin counting the days until summer. Somehow, the back-to-school season is upon us again, and summer 2012 … Continue reading BIFF BAM POP! Presents The Essential Back To School Playlist
While August has been fairly lacklustre in terms of solid new album releases, there’s a ton of great material on the horizon for Fall 2012. Many artists have released singles … Continue reading Fall Music Preview – Looking At New Singles From Green Day, Matchbox 20, Bob Dylan And More!
Lynyrd Skynyrd, or at least the group of musicians currently using the name made famous in classic rock circles back in the mid- 1970’s, have a new album titled Last … Continue reading Will The South Rise Again? Lynyrd Skynyrd Return With Last Of A Dyin’ Breed
KISS may have released their debut, self-titled album nearly 40 years ago but, it wasn’t until the release of 1975’s ALIVE! live album that the band received mass notoriety beyond … Continue reading KISS Revisit Destroyer & Prepare to Unleash a Monster
Back in May when rumours started swirling about changes to the American Idol judging panel we made some suggestions for getting ‘AI’ back on top as the preeminent singing/talent reality … Continue reading Mariah Carey Joins American Idol, But Who Will Bring The Viewers Back?
Last week’s new releases left me feeling completely uninspired, so instead I decided to take a look at the lengths some bands will go to make their fans feel special. … Continue reading Are You In The Club? How Some Rock n Roll Fan Clubs Reward Fan Loyalty