Doc Greene

Sep 10

“We’re not in the business of providing news and information. We’re not in the business of providing well-researched music. We’re simply in the business of selling our customers products.” — Lowry Mays, Founder & CEO of Clear Channel

Aug 29

Nathan Hubbard, Ex-Ticketmaster CEO, On Bringing Commerce To Twitter: ‘The Music Industry Should Be Tremendously Excited' (Q&A) | Billboard

Aug 22

After 12 years, music man Mark Bingham shutters Piety Street Recording studio -

Piety Street Studios

Aug 20

rollingstone:

Plant began as a pop singer – one of his first recordings was a cover of the Young Rascals’ “You Better Run.” He then morphed into a metal belter, serving Middle-earth folk on the side. His first solo incarnation was as a lounge lizard in the Honeydrippers. Now, he’s an alt-country crooner. But he isn’t so much a music vulture as a music nerd. He has traveled many miles in service of his geekdom, spending a night a few years ago in the Joshua Tree Inn room in California where Gram Parsons overdosed and driving over to the Bentonia, Mississippi, home of blues singer Jack Owens. He didn’t ring the doorbell, just drove around the block.
Happy 65th birthday Robert Plant! Read our 2011 feature on how the rock legend let go of Led Zeppelin and rebooted his solo career.

rollingstone:

Plant began as a pop singer – one of his first recordings was a cover of the Young Rascals’ “You Better Run.” He then morphed into a metal belter, serving Middle-earth folk on the side. His first solo incarnation was as a lounge lizard in the Honeydrippers. Now, he’s an alt-country crooner. But he isn’t so much a music vulture as a music nerd. He has traveled many miles in service of his geekdom, spending a night a few years ago in the Joshua Tree Inn room in California where Gram Parsons overdosed and driving over to the Bentonia, Mississippi, home of blues singer Jack Owens. He didn’t ring the doorbell, just drove around the block.

Happy 65th birthday Robert Plant! Read our 2011 feature on how the rock legend let go of Led Zeppelin and rebooted his solo career.

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Aug 16

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thestrutny:

39 years ago today!
(via Watch The Ramones perform their first ever CBGB show)
On August 16th, 1974 a newly formed band named The Ramones made their debut at NYC’s legendary CBGB.  Watch Here

thestrutny:

39 years ago today!

(via Watch The Ramones perform their first ever CBGB show)

On August 16th, 1974 a newly formed band named The Ramones made their debut at NYC’s legendary CBGB.  Watch Here

Disc Makers Presents: The Home Studio Handbook -