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.
Jeffery X Martin talks about his five favorite songs from 1973 on this week’s installment of ‘Songs in the Key of X,’ brought to you in stereo!
Classic rock lovers in your life will swoon over these boxed sets this holiday, featuring music from some of the most influential bands ever recorded.
Today marks the 50th anniversary of the Beach Boys’ Pet Sounds, an album that at the time was considered a failure for the band, only going gold and not generating any … Continue reading Happy 50th Anniversary Pet Sounds!
Other than a nameless Venom appearance, I can’t really figure out what the point of this episode really is. We have a wild goose chase, with little logic to the … Continue reading Guardians of the Galaxy S01 E08: Hitchin’ a Ride
Remember the story of the guitar player who met the devil at the crossroads and sold his soul for guitar-picking fame and fortune? Did you ever slowly spin your classic … Continue reading Worship Music, Comics & The Devil With THIS DAMNED BAND #1 On The Wednesday Run
So Justin Bieber’s partying with Brazilian call-girls and Lady Gaga sleeps with her bandmates. It’s all a bit… *yawn*, ya know? Each era has its debauched poster-children, from Pete Doherty … Continue reading What Blues Now? Ultra-Rare Stones Doc Screens at TIFF
The holiday season is always full of awesome box sets for fans of classic rock, and 2013 is no different. Our friends at Universal Music have a number of strong … Continue reading Biff Bam Pop’s 2013 Holiday Gift Guide – Boxing Up The Band and The Who
It’s been a pretty big year for classic rock fans when it comes to anniversaries. In this edition of our Holiday Gift Guide, we take a look at two that … Continue reading Holiday Gift Guide 2013: Celebrate Musical Memories With The Rolling Stones and Grateful Dead DVDS
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
I learned a lot during my university years. How to write a really good essay…how to navigate the waters of women…and how to open my ears even further to sounds … Continue reading Saturday At The Movies: The Zombies Live At Metropolis Studios, London
One of Canada’s highly regarded progressive rock bands has always been Saga. Songs like Wind Him Up, The Flyer and On The Loose are ingrained in our rock and roll … Continue reading Exclusive Interview: Saga’s Michael Sadler Talks 20/20, Returning To The Band, And More!