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  • The used-record bin at your local thrift shop can provide an endless cavalcade of unintentional comedy. Gaze in horror at these vinyl atrocities from days gone by!

    Weird Records Found At Thrift Stores

    Weird Records Found At Thrift Stores

    by Keith Abt4

  • Most music trivia fans know that "Video Killed the Radio Star" was the first video played on MTV. But which videos were shown after that? Marshall Fish looks at some of them.

    List of First 25 Videos Played on MTV

    List of First 25 Videos Played on MTV

    by Marshall Fish0

  • 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.

    Stradivarius: Fascinating Facts You Might Not Know

    Stradivarius: Fascinating Facts You Might Not Know

    by Frances Metcalfe6

  • Ever wonder who played at Woodstock? This series highlights the artists who performed at Woodstock August 15-18, 1969. The second act on Day 3 was Country Joe & The Fish. Joe Cocker had just finished his set about 3:30 p.m. when the skies had opened up, causing yet another delay.

    Woodstock Performers: Country Joe & The Fish

    Woodstock Performers: Country Joe & The Fish

    by Kaili Bisson4

  • Ever wonder who played at Woodstock? This series highlights the artists who performed at Woodstock August 15-18, 1969. Day 2 at Woodstock meant the rock bands were up, and the third act to appear at Woodstock on Saturday August 16, 1969 was Santana. Relatively unknown, Santana was a festival hit.

    Woodstock Performers: Santana

    Woodstock Performers: Santana

    by Kaili Bisson8

  • In 1932, a scandal occurred so close to the British Royal Family that the details are still being hushed up to this day. It involved a very public relationship between Lady Edwina Mountbatten and a colored cabaret singer from Grenada called Leslie "Hutch" Hutchinson.

    Royal Scandal: The Lady, the Lord, and the Cabaret Singer

    Royal Scandal: The Lady, the Lord, and the Cabaret Singer

    by gunsock9

  • With all the glitz and glamour in the KPop industry, it's easy to miss on the fact that there are times when the artists don't get their due share when it comes to royalties.

    How Korean Musicians Earn From Music Royalty

    How Korean Musicians Earn From Music Royalty

    by Fairlane Raymundo0

  • Taking your band to the next level is the goal of many aspiring artist, but just how do you get a record deal? It's a little tricky, but these seven tips should put you on the right path.

    How to Get a Record Deal: 7 Simple Tips

    How to Get a Record Deal: 7 Simple Tips

    by Robert P Sullivan1

  • The piano was invented during the Baroque period, but why? What was the reasoning behind it, and what instrument did it essentially replace?

    Piano in the Baroque Period

    Piano in the Baroque Period

    by JohnMello4

  • Stephen Marley once said that “music is a like a conversation.” He was, of course, speaking about the actual process of making music. But, what happens when you actually have to sit and talk with a musician about their craft? Here are some tips on how to handle an interview with a musician.

    How to Interview a Professional Musician

    How to Interview a Professional Musician

    by Anton Sanatov0

  • Neil Percival Young was born in the year of our Lord 1945 on the twelfth day of November, in Toronto, Canada. Since then, well, he's gone on to become one of Canada's favorite sons, a wonderful singer, songwriter, and musician. Neil began performing...

    Neil Young and Martin Acoustic Guitars

    Neil Young and Martin Acoustic Guitars

    by Wesman Todd Shaw11

  • Learn from my experiences with college radio and studying grant writing in grad school to increase your chances of becoming a successful grant writer who secures money for your college radio station.

    College Radio Station Grants and How to Get Them

    College Radio Station Grants and How to Get Them

    by Natasha2

  • If you want to make money with a local “covers” or “originals” band, you must first create a professionally-minded business plan. Then stick to it.

    Creating a Money-Making Local Band

    Creating a Money-Making Local Band

    by Teri Silver0

  • Ever wonder who played at Woodstock? This series highlights the artists who performed at Woodstock August 15-18, 1969. The 14th and final act on Day 2 was Jefferson Airplane. Day 2 was so long, Grace Slick and company actually began their set at 7:00 a.m. on the Sunday of the festival.

    Woodstock Performers: Jefferson Airplane

    Woodstock Performers: Jefferson Airplane

    by Kaili Bisson4

  • In this article we explore the poster art of the legendary graphic artist Stanley "Mouse" Miller, who created many iconic images including the Grateful Dead's skeletons and roses.

    The Poster Art of Stanley Mouse

    The Poster Art of Stanley Mouse

    by Fox Music2

  • Ever wonder who played at Woodstock? This series highlights the artists who performed at Woodstock August 15-18, 1969. Day 2 at Woodstock meant the rock bands were up, and the second artist to appear on Saturday August 16, 1969 was Country Joe McDonald. He also performed with The Fish on Day 3.

    Woodstock Performers: Country Joe McDonald

    Woodstock Performers: Country Joe McDonald

    by Kaili Bisson4

  • With the imminent demise of iTunes and introduction of Music, why has Apple continued to ignore lossless audio?

    Apple Misses Again With Music

    Apple Misses Again With Music

    by Michael Monahan0

  • Bernard Lansky was clothier to the king of rock and roll. His clothing stores have attracted a multitude of entertainers from all over the world.

    The Man Who Dressed Elvis

    The Man Who Dressed Elvis

    by Robert Odell Jr2

  • Collecting magazines is a hobby that many enjoy. Rolling Stone Magazine is a big collector's favorite. Music history has been and still is captured in a newspaper/magazine that originated in 1967.

    Collecting Rolling Stone Magazine Vintage Issues

    Collecting Rolling Stone Magazine Vintage Issues

    by TL Stahling15

  • Want to write your own jazz music? Here's a technique you can use that'll do the job nicely.

    How to Write Jazz Music

    How to Write Jazz Music

    by JohnMello12

  • It's a world of drama, excess, and opulence. Most people today don't take the time to know anything about it, and as a result the grand opera has suffered from stereotypes and disdain. But occasionally, there comes a singer who rises above to become...

    Today's Best Opera Singers: Tenors, Baritones, and Basses

    Today's Best Opera Singers: Tenors, Baritones, and Basses

    by collegatariat16

  • 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.

    Woodstock Performers: Sha Na Na

    Woodstock Performers: Sha Na Na

    by Kaili Bisson4

  • If you've ever wondered how to make a remix of your own, I explain how to do it in 3 easy steps. The topic is huge, so I've tried to keep it as simple as possible with live examples.

    How to Remix a Song in Three Easy Steps

    How to Remix a Song in Three Easy Steps

    by purex23

  • The Civil Rights Movement changed the face of America forever. But that movement would never have succeeded without its songs. Here are 10 of the songs (with lyrics) that had the greatest impact on the struggle for equal rights in the 1950s and 60s.

    10 Greatest Songs of the Civil Rights Movement

    10 Greatest Songs of the Civil Rights Movement

    by Ronald E Franklin18

  • 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.

    Woodstock Performers: Paul Butterfield Blues Band

    Woodstock Performers: Paul Butterfield Blues Band

    by Kaili Bisson6

  • 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?

    Who Sang It Best? "Away in a Manger (Luther's Cradle Song)"

    Who Sang It Best? "Away in a Manger (Luther's Cradle Song)"

    by FlourishAnyway34

  • Ever wonder who played at Woodstock? This series highlights the artists who performed at Woodstock August 15-18, 1969. The fourth act on Day 3 was The Band. Already veterans of the music scene, this great roots-rock outfit was a perfect fit for the Woodstock festival.

    Woodstock Performers: The Band

    Woodstock Performers: The Band

    by Kaili Bisson6

  • Ever wonder who played at Woodstock? This series highlights the artists who performed at Woodstock August 15-18, 1969. Day 1 of the festival was devoted to folk and acoustic acts, and the very first performer on the opening day of Woodstock was Richie Havens.

    Woodstock Performers: Richie Havens

    Woodstock Performers: Richie Havens

    by Kaili Bisson6

  • Ever wonder who played at Woodstock? This series highlights the artists who performed at Woodstock August 15-18, 1969. The seventh performer on the opening day of the festival was Arlo Guthrie, the man who gave us "Coming Into Los Angeles."

    Woodstock Performers: Arlo Guthrie

    Woodstock Performers: Arlo Guthrie

    by Kaili Bisson2

  • Ever wonder who played at Woodstock? This series highlights the artists who performed at Woodstock August 15-18, 1969. The seventh act on Day 3, which was now well into Day 4, was Crosby, Stills & Nash. Neil Young had just been added to the lineup, making Woodstock the first gig ever for CSN&Y.

    Woodstock Performers: Crosby, Stills & Nash (and Young)

    Woodstock Performers: Crosby, Stills & Nash (and Young)

    by Kaili Bisson6

  • How do you set words to music? Find out where to start and how to turn any lyrics into a song.

    How to Set Words to Music

    How to Set Words to Music

    by JohnMello23

  • Ever wonder who played at Woodstock? This series highlights the artists who performed at Woodstock August 15-18, 1969. The sixth act on Day 3 was Blood, Sweat & Tears. They were already huge, so it was no surprise they were booked. BS&T hit the stage at 1:30 a.m., the unofficial Day 4 of the fest.

    Woodstock Performers: Blood, Sweat & Tears

    Woodstock Performers: Blood, Sweat & Tears

    by Kaili Bisson6

  • To the casual observer, art school would not seem like a good training ground for rock performers. Yet, many singers like Joni Mitchell and John Lennon first studied art before they became musicians.

    Art School Dropouts Who Became Successful Musicians

    Art School Dropouts Who Became Successful Musicians

    by Harry Nielsen0

  • How to remove noise from audio? When you write a song part or record audio, it can be really great. But, sometimes it is ruined by background noise. This especially happens after normalizing audio.

    How to Remove Background Noise From Any Audio

    How to Remove Background Noise From Any Audio

    by Tyler Bracken1

  • Ever wonder who played at Woodstock? This series highlights the artists who performed at Woodstock August 15-18, 1969. The eighth act on Day 2 was another band with a big frontman, Leslie West. That band was Mountain.

    Woodstock Performers: Mountain

    Woodstock Performers: Mountain

    by Kaili Bisson6

  • The Beatles have sold more discs than any other pop group and now all their songs have been remastered and a game called the Beatles Rock Band has been issued.

    The Beatles

    The Beatles

    by Philip Cooper19

  • Want to know how to write ragtime music for the piano? One way to do it is to base your work on an existing melody or part of an existing melody. Can you guess which one I used?

    How to Write Ragtime Music on the Piano

    How to Write Ragtime Music on the Piano

    by JohnMello4

  • Through the efforts of the early pioneers of instrumental music the "Band" has changed throughout the years. This article explores these changes as we look at the evolution of the Concert Band.

    The Evolution of the Concert Band

    The Evolution of the Concert Band

    by Reginald Thomas5

  • The vinyl LP bin at your local thrift store is a great place to find weird, forgotten records from days gone by. Take a look at what I scrounged up during a recent expedition.

    Weird Thrift Store Record Finds

    Weird Thrift Store Record Finds

    by Keith Abt6

  • Serving as a companion piece to my previous article on "Interviewing Professional Musicians," this brief album-reviewing guide should provide some thoughtful insight to those who are interested in consolidating their music critiquing skills.

    How to Write an Album Review

    How to Write an Album Review

    by Anton Sanatov0

  • Ever wonder who played at Woodstock? This series highlights the artists who performed at Woodstock August 15-18, 1969. The first official act on Day 3 was the mad Englishman, Joe Cocker. Jefferson Airplane had finished their set just after 08:00 a.m., allowing the crowd to finally get some shuteye.

    Woodstock Performers: Joe Cocker

    Woodstock Performers: Joe Cocker

    by Kaili Bisson4

  • Ever wonder who played at Woodstock? This series highlights the artists who performed at Woodstock August 15-18, 1969. The sixth performer on the opening day of the festival was Melanie Safka, who filled in when the Incredible String Band refused to play in the rain.

    Woodstock Performers: Melanie

    Woodstock Performers: Melanie

    by Kaili Bisson5

  • Ever wonder who played at Woodstock? This series highlights the artists who performed at Woodstock August 15-18, 1969. Day 2 at Woodstock meant the rock acts were up, and the 12th act to appear on Saturday (actually Sunday a.m.) was funk-rock band, Sly and the Family Stone.

    Woodstock Performers: Sly and the Family Stone

    Woodstock Performers: Sly and the Family Stone

    by Kaili Bisson8

  • Ever wonder who played at Woodstock? This series highlights the artists who performed at Woodstock August 15-18, 1969. The 13th act on Day 2 was British band The Who. Day 2 was so long, The Who's set actually began at 5:00 a.m. on the Sunday of the festival, right after Sly & The Family Stone.

    Woodstock Performers: The Who

    Woodstock Performers: The Who

    by Kaili Bisson6

  • 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.

    The Story Behind the Song "Woodstock" by Joni Mitchell

    The Story Behind the Song "Woodstock" by Joni Mitchell

    by Kaili Bisson6

  • This series highlights the artists who performed at Woodstock August 15-18, 1969. Day 2 at Woodstock meant the rock bands were up, and the seventh act to appear at Woodstock on Saturday August 16, 1969 was Canned Heat.

    Woodstock Performers: Canned Heat

    Woodstock Performers: Canned Heat

    by Kaili Bisson4

  • From the 1920s through the 1950s, on Thursday nights, droves of white patrons thronged Beale Street to see the star-studded Midnight Rambles, featuring world-famous black entertainers.

    The Beale Street Thursday Night Switch

    The Beale Street Thursday Night Switch

    by Robert Odell Jr2

  • This series highlights the artists who performed at Woodstock August 15-18, 1969. Day 2 at Woodstock meant the rock bands were up, but The Incredible String Band, who were supposed to appear on Day 1, had been rescheduled due to rain and ended up being the sixth act to perform on August 16, 1969.

    Woodstock Performers: The Incredible String Band

    Woodstock Performers: The Incredible String Band

    by Kaili Bisson4

  • This article provides insights to those who wish to understand the music career. The music industry covers a wide range of professions. However, this article focuses mainly on jobs that involve the skill and knowledge of playing a musical instrument.

    Career Options for Playing a Musical Instrument

    Career Options for Playing a Musical Instrument

    by Goh Tong Keat4

  • When producing music especially for the hip hop genre there are two common ways to go about it. One is to use the traditional MPC, and another is to use DAW (Digital Audio Workstation)

    MPC vs Digital Audio Workstation

    MPC vs Digital Audio Workstation

    by Hezekiah5

  • 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.

    History of Pop-Punk Music with Timeline

    History of Pop-Punk Music with Timeline

    by Kay B5

  • In This Hub-Page We Explore the Album Cover Art Created by Graphic Artists Alton Kelley and Stanley Mouse Both Veterans Of the Early San Francisco Psychedelic Scene & Have Created Many Iconic Images.

    Album Cover Art by Stanley Mouse & Alton Kelley

    Album Cover Art by Stanley Mouse & Alton Kelley

    by Fox Music2

  • They don’t write songs like this anymore and there are those of a sour disposition who might be heard to mutter “Bloody good thing too.”

    British Music Hall Comedy Songs

    British Music Hall Comedy Songs

    by Rupert Taylor0

  • Many people think that tweens and teens make up much of the music buying population. But older people actually buy the most music. So, why do record labels market most music to the demographic that buys the least music?

    Who Is Buying the Most Music? It's Not Who You Think

    Who Is Buying the Most Music? It's Not Who You Think

    by JoanCA24

  • Fender guitar history - "Stratocaster is to Rock 'n' Roll as star is to shine! Few electrics are as popular as this iconic 6-string. Since 1954, 'Strats' have dominated the rock music scene."

    The Fender Stratocaster: a Classic Rock Guitar

    The Fender Stratocaster: a Classic Rock Guitar

    by Earl Noah Bernsby6

  • Ever wonder who played at Woodstock? This series highlights the artists who performed at Woodstock August 15-18, 1969. The third act on Day 3 was Ten Years After. Their set was plagued by technical challenges, but the last song of their set made stars of Alvin Lee and Ten Years After.

    Woodstock Performers: Ten Years After

    Woodstock Performers: Ten Years After

    by Kaili Bisson6

  • Mary Austin was the only woman that Freddie Mercury ever loved. They had a profound, unconventional relationship that transcended mere physicality. Freddie wrote the exquisite ballad, "Love of My Life," for her, and indeed, she was.

    Mary Austin: Her Epic Romance with Freddie Mercury

    Mary Austin: Her Epic Romance with Freddie Mercury

    by Rainbeaux0

  • Why are famous and talented entertainers called DIVA when they want to be taken seriously—what does that term really mean? This lady singer takes a look at the physicality of being a vocalist, as well as behaviors of a few of the music and fashion industries' well-known divas.

    What Is a Diva?

    What Is a Diva?

    by Teri Silver0

  • Following the positive reception of my previous two "music journalism" related articles (see bottom of the page), I decided to complete this modest instructional trilogy with a brief guide on how to carry out a review (or reportage) of a live concert.

    How to Review a Live Concert

    How to Review a Live Concert

    by Anton Sanatov0

  • It was during the Classical period that the piano's popularity grew among composers and audiences alike. But how did it happen?

    Piano in the Classical Period

    Piano in the Classical Period

    by JohnMello14

  • In 1944 Andrew "Sunbeam" Mitchell and his bride, Ernestine McKinney, opened what became the famous Club Handy on Beale Street. The club attracted some of the biggest names on the Chitlin' Circuit.

    Club Handy, a Major Stop on the Chitlin' Circuit

    Club Handy, a Major Stop on the Chitlin' Circuit

    by Robert Odell Jr0

  • Ever wonder who played at Woodstock? This series highlights the artists who performed at Woodstock August 15-18, 1969. Day 2 at Woodstock meant the rock acts were up, and the 11th act to appear on Saturday (actually Sunday a.m.) was already a legend. "The Queen of Psychedelic Soul," Janis Joplin.

    Woodstock Performers: Janis Joplin

    Woodstock Performers: Janis Joplin

    by Kaili Bisson2

  • Ever wonder who played at Woodstock? This series highlights the artists who performed at Woodstock August 15-18, 1969. The ninth act on Day 2 was California band the Grateful Dead. Their set, including a long-drawn-out version of "Turn On Your Lovelight," finally ended around midnight.

    Woodstock Performers: Grateful Dead

    Woodstock Performers: Grateful Dead

    by Kaili Bisson4

  • Setting up a home recording studio is easy and affordable (if you have a tight budget) but there are some things that must be done in preparation, so you build a home studio that’s efficient and professional.

    How to Set Up a Simple Recording Studio at Home

    How to Set Up a Simple Recording Studio at Home

    by viryabo14

  • 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 Performers: Jimi Hendrix

    Woodstock Performers: Jimi Hendrix

    by Kaili Bisson4

  • In July 2016, Hastings Entertainment announced that all 128 of their music/video/book superstores were closing - a victim of changing trends in the way Americans consume media.

    Farewell to Hastings Entertainment Stores

    Farewell to Hastings Entertainment Stores

    by Keith Abt34

  • Whether you want to host a college radio show for fun, or are hoping to peruse a career in the industry, hosting your own college radio show can be fun and rewarding if you do a little show planning and preparation.

    Ideas for How to Host Your Own College Radio Show

    Ideas for How to Host Your Own College Radio Show

    by Natasha13

  • Ever wonder who played at Woodstock? This series highlights the artists who performed at Woodstock August 15-18, 1969. Day 2 at Woodstock meant the rock bands were up, and the tenth act to appear at Woodstock on what was now Sunday was Creedence Clearwater Revival. It was classic swamp-rock.

    Woodstock Performers: Creedence Clearwater Revival

    Woodstock Performers: Creedence Clearwater Revival

    by Kaili Bisson10

  • Ever wonder who played at Woodstock? This series highlights the artists who performed at Woodstock August 15-18, 1969. The fifth act on Day 3 was blues guitar great, Johnny Winter. Johnny's brother Edgar Winter was In the band at that time, and the brothers played a blistering set

    Woodstock Performers: Johnny Winter

    Woodstock Performers: Johnny Winter

    by Kaili Bisson8

  • Which Application is better? Fl Studio 11 Or Reason 7. People argue about these programs all the time. I'm here to set it straight, supplying only facts!

    Is FL Studio 11 Better Than Reason 7?

    Is FL Studio 11 Better Than Reason 7?

    by Ghost Producer55

  • Ever wonder who played at Woodstock? This series highlights the artists who performed at Woodstock August 15-18, 1969. The fifth performer on the opening day of the festival was Ravi Shankar, who played through a downpour. Pandit Ravi Shankar was a true Master of the sitar.

    Woodstock Performers: Ravi Shankar

    Woodstock Performers: Ravi Shankar

    by Kaili Bisson8

  • Leonin and Perotin are two of the earliest composers of Western classical music that we have record of. Through the music they left behind we are able to see a clearer picture of where classical music came from.

    The Beginning of Modern Music — Leonin and Perotin

    The Beginning of Modern Music — Leonin and Perotin

    by Music-and-Art-450

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