If you’re a keen one for concerts just like me, but are not quite sure what is coming up this year, hopefully my list will help you out. Read below for my top picks for rock concerts around Scotland this year!
It’s an honest accomplishment of mine that I’ve held back this long to make a blog post on Jack White.
As soon as I start talking about him, I don’t really seem to stop. To me, he is quite frankly one of my favourite, and greatest musicians of all time, and I don’t use the term ‘favourite’ that often.
I didn’t plan on writing a blog post today. However, last night I watched a BBC documentary about the last 5 years of David Bowie. To say it moved me would be an understatement. By the end I was left with a tear in my eye, the documentary really captured David’s more intimate life and I was truly left inspired.
From now on, on the 4th of January every year, I want everyone to celebrate the mighty band called The Doors. This is a request not only by me, but also by the city of Los Angeles, who have proclaimed the date as the ‘Day of The Doors’.
In true Jim Morrison style, it would be fitting to go wild, go crazy, and simply not care.
As 2016 comes to an end, I think we can all say it has whizzed past. It doesn’t seem that long ago when I heard the news of the passing of David Bowie, or the death of legend Prince either. But there has been some great music to focus on, so here’s my top 5 rock songs of this year.
Warning: This blog post contains excessive Pearl Jam fangirling.
If you haven’t already figured it out, Pearl Jam are getting inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame 2017. Along with others… but we’ll get to that later.
Last Friday, Canadian rock band Rush released a reissue for 2112, as this year marked the landmark album’s 40th anniversary. The reissue features a variety of raw and rare, live and unreleased songs, along with covers by artists carefully selected by the band.