Everyone stop. Doing anymore ice bucket challenges after this will be lame and boring after this masterpiece.
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Stevie Nicks announces new solo album of songs written between 1967-1988 but never fully recorded until now. Some tracks have turned up on bootlegs, but the official versions will finally be committed to vinyl when “24 Karat Gold: Songs from the Vault” hits stores October 7, 2014.
7Seconds proved that “Young ‘Til I Die” is a lifestyle not a slogan last night at the Grog Shop in Cleveland, Ohio. The godfathers of hardcore also proved that aging doesn’t have to mean mellowing as they hammered through an hour-plus set that pulled from first-EP hits and brand new songs with equal noise and gusto. I don’t think I’ve ever sung-along so much at a show before. Here’s to the next 30 years, boys!
!!! played to thousands in a room of a hundred last night at the Beachland Tavern in Cleveland, Ohio. Undeterred by the small venue and tight quarters, the Cali dance-rock quintet didn’t let up for an hour and a half. Nic Offer spun and shimmied into crowd when the stage couldn’t contain him, and the dedicated fans in attendance responded with floor-shaking gusto. It may have been the biggest small show I’ve ever attended.
And for their part, Cleveland’s own The Very Knees opened the show right with an equally frenetic set that rattled bar stools and got everyone shaking.
This song is rock. http://open.spotify.com/track/1AX8ki6OEbpSm8DCZ9W3l9
Welcome to Amazon Essentials, a weekly feature highlighting a classic album available for Amazon Prime members free in Prime Music.
This is a great, concise look-back interview on a truly landmark album…