‘Songs in the Key of X’ whisks you away to the magical land of 1972, where hard rock, funk, and jazz fusion lived side by side on the charts!
In honor of its 30th anniversary, BBP!’s Tim Murr looks back at the personal impact Lou Reed’s New York album had on him.
This week’s episode of ‘Songs in the Key of X’ looks at shock rock, where the kids love it, the parents hate it, and the hailing of Satan abounds.
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
Not counting last year’s “Ordinary Love” from the Mandela: Long Walk to Freedom film and this year’s “Invisible” for Product Red, it’s been five years since we last heard from … Continue reading A Rock ‘N’ Roll Crucible: U2–Songs Of Innocence (2014) Reviewed
Tonight the Rolling Stones play the final scheduled date on their 50…and Counting tour. The setting will be London’s Hyde Park, where thousands will gather for what, for the first … Continue reading The Rolling Stones – Tonight Could Really Be The Last TIme