The glam-metal era of the ‘80s spawned great guitarists, but also some underrated players who never got the recognition they deserved.
Some of the most famous and best guitarists in the world rely on the legendary Gibson Les Paul for their sound and style.
Facts about Stradivarius not generally known. Making decorated violins. Made violas, cellos, mandolins, guitars and harps. Thefts and mishaps—all contribute to Stradivari's fascinating life.
Some of the best known Christmas songs have been covered by a variety of artists. We look at Nat King Cole's classic tune, "The Christmas Song (Chestnuts Roasting on an Open Fire)," and rank 14 contenders. Who do you prefer?
All worship leaders are not alike. They may be talented, but certain leadership traits suggest that the person leading worship in your church is more of a music leader than a worship leader.
A surface view of the whole history of the pop-punk genre, from it's roots that date back to the 70s up to more recent years. Includes a lot of hardcore punk history as well.
On New Year's Day, 1985, VH1, the sister channel of MTV, made its cable debut. Marshall Fish lists the videos played during the network's first hour on the air, and some trivia to go with them.
Do you recall singing the song Three Little Fishies? I loved this song as a kid, and wanted to know more about how this wonderful children's song came to be.
The Silk Road was an important means of cultural exchange. This hub explores the history of the Silk Road and how trade impacted developments in music between the cultures impacted on the Road.
Ever wonder who played at Woodstock? This series highlights the artists who performed at Woodstock August 15-18, 1969. Paul Butterfield was the fourth act on the final, unofficial Day 4 of the festival.
Ever wonder who played at Woodstock? This series highlights the artists who performed at Woodstock August 15-18, 1969. The 10th and final act on Day 3, which had actually become Day 4 due to massive delays throughout the festival, was Jimi Hendrix. Hendrix was the last act at Woodstock.
Woodstock was a music festival that ran from August 15-18, 1969. Both Woodstock and Yasgur's farm are celebrated in this song usually associated with Crosby, Stills & Nash. The song was actually written by Joni Mitchell.
Ever wonder who played at Woodstock? This series highlights the artists who performed at Woodstock August 15-18, 1969. The second last act was Sha Na Na. They hit the stage just after 7:30 a.m. on what was the unofficial Day 4 of the festival.
With the imminent demise of iTunes and introduction of Music, why has Apple continued to ignore lossless audio?
Some of the best known Christmas songs have been covered by a variety of artists. We look at the Christmas carol, "Away in a Manger," and compare the traditional church choir version with performances by 14 popular artists. Who do you prefer?