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  • The late '60s witnessed a musical explosion of music that people still listen to today. As a result of the fierce competition, many excellent performers never received wide recognition.

    10 Bands from the Late '60s That Almost Made It

    10 Bands from the Late '60s That Almost Made It

    by Harry Nielsen0

  • Nirvana is the name of one of the most famous and influential rock bands of the 20th Century. The band is famous for its grunge and punk sound, heavy drums, interesting riffs and poetic lyrics. The band consisted of Kurt Cobain, Dave Grohl and Krist...

    Top 10 Best Nirvana Songs

    Top 10 Best Nirvana Songs

    by HumanPerception24

  • The four members of KISS took a massive gamble when they all released solo albums on the same day in September 1978. Instead of platinum success, it was the beginning of the end for the original band.

    KISS: The 1978 Solo Albums Fiasco

    KISS: The 1978 Solo Albums Fiasco

    by Keith Abt14

  • While the raucous sound of Jimi Hendrix's lead guitar playing is still celebrated, the deeper ballads of Hendrix serve to tell the whole story of Jimi.

    5 Best Soft Jimi Hendrix Songs

    5 Best Soft Jimi Hendrix Songs

    by The Write Life1

  • Here lies my all-time favorite bands of the moment. I am constantly finding new bands to listen to, and can always post a new Hub when something good comes along!

    Grunge and Punk Music Are Not Dead

    Grunge and Punk Music Are Not Dead

    by Joe Reid0

  • There was something really magical happening with music in the 60s and early 70s. Psychedelic Rock music gave voice to the dreams of an idealistic, if unrealistic generation.

    Ten Great Psychedelic Rock Albums

    Ten Great Psychedelic Rock Albums

    by Sherry Hewins10

  • "Hallelujah" was the first song I heard by the late Jeff Buckley and everything still stands still for me in that moment back in 2002. I remember sitting in my friend's basement bedroom, completely confused about who I wanted to be and...

    An Interpretation of Leonard Cohen's

    An Interpretation of Leonard Cohen's "Hallelujah"

    by kristycutsforth28

  • Third Day is a great Christian rock band. Cari Jean lists her favorite Third Day songs which includes Thief, King of Glory, Creed, My Hope is You, I Need a Miracle, and more.

    My Ten Favorite Third Day Songs

    My Ten Favorite Third Day Songs

    by Cari Jean30

  • Elvis burst on the scene in the 1950s with much controversy. His dark black hair, vocal style, and shake and wiggle were patterned after black entertainers, like Ukelele Ike.

    How Did Elvis Get His Shake and Wiggle?

    How Did Elvis Get His Shake and Wiggle?

    by Robert Odell Jr4

  • This article suggests a list of the 10 Best California Rock Bands of All Time. Each band must have started its career in California and be known primarily as a rock and roll band.

    10 Best California Rock Bands of All Time

    10 Best California Rock Bands of All Time

    by Kelley9

  • Jeff Buckley is probably most well-known for his cover of Leonard Cohen's "Hallelujah." But he also has an entire discography of equally stellar songs. Here's 10 of Jeff Buckley's best songs.

    The Best Jeff Buckley Songs You've Never Heard Of

    The Best Jeff Buckley Songs You've Never Heard Of

    by Brittany Doherty0

  • One of my passions is music, past and present. During the years as a middle school and high school teacher, my favorite topics would be about music history and rock music was very fun to teach.

    The Birth of Rock 'n' Roll

    The Birth of Rock 'n' Roll

    by Reginald Thomas0

  • Buffalo Springfield made a splash on the music scene but lasted only for two years

    Buffalo Springfield

    Buffalo Springfield

    by Gypsy Rose Lee8