CompilationsRock N' Roll On The Road
Toronto is a great city to visit, especially if you are the type who enjoys good food, movies and music. It might not be a known fact worldwide, but everyone who lives in Toronto is very aware of the vibrant music scene that is slowly making an impression on the...
If you think you can go to Ireland and somehow not hear “Galway Girl” one million times, you are sadly mistaken.
I took Pamela Des Barres rock tour of Hollyweird and Laurel Canyon on May 21 as part of my road trip through the American Southwest, and I’ve been mulling about how I should relay my experience ever since.
I swear I'm only a psycho when it comes to my music and literary heroes... I was in my mid teens by the time I really got in to T.Rex. By that point I already knew "Bang A Gong" and "20th Century Boy" (like everyone else in the English speaking planet does), but one...
A playlist of the music that inspired me to take my roadtrip through California, Nevada, and Arizona.
Gram Parsons, for those of you who aren’t privy, was an American musician who spent his life devoted to making Cosmic American Music (a term he coined himself); a mixture of country, blues, soul, folk, and rock.
Paying a visit to the Integratron and taking part in a sound bath is an absolute must-do for any trip to Landers or Joshua Tree, California.
Did I ever tell you about the time that I saw Jack White twice in 48 hours and Against Me! twice in 12 hours - all in the same weekend? When I music festival, I music festival HARD and follow artists from city to city and venue to venue. In hindsight, this method is...
The Woodstock Music and Arts Festival, held Aug. 15-18, 1969, was held on a dairy farm owned by Max Yasgur, and was the event that defined a generation.
Planning a trip to 1960’s San Francisco? Then a stop by the infamous Grateful Dead House at 710 Ashbury is an absolute must.