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T.Rex, along with other acts like David Bowie, The Sweet and Slade topped the pop charts in Britain, appealing to a generation that had been too young to adapt the revolutionary ethos of the Sixties.
Unfortunately,… Read More
Guitar Shop TV recently caught up with legendary British blues guitarist Kim Simmonds, who performed on the same bill with Johnny and Edgar Winter and Rick Derringer. Simmonds is an exciting guitarist and in our view underappreciated within his peer group. Considered one of the architects of British blues, he started playing professionally in 1966 in London, England, and formed the Brtish blues rock group Savoy Brown in 1966.
Could Prince Harry have any more of a bad boy image? Just last month pictures surfaced of his Royal Highness partying drunk and naked in a Vegas hotel room. No sooner has that royal scandal blown ever than it has emerged that Liam Gallagher now wants to party with the Prince.
Last week Billboard Magazine reported that the Rolling Stones will reunite onstage for a quartet of shows in London and New York this coming November. This week the band also announced that they will also be releasing a new commemorative greatest hits album that same month.
2012 marks the 50th anniversary of the London blues group that went on to become the biggest rock band… Read More
As its name would seem to imply, Ain’t Nothin’ But the Blues is a venue that exclusively features English and American blues music. Styled appropriately after a vintage Chicago juke joint and wallpapered with sheet music, ANBTB revels in its role as one of London’s most authentic blues clubs.
The venue features live bands every night of the week. Many of London’s top blues acts are regulars at the club with names like Ned Evett, the Kingly All Stars, and Big Joe Louis and His Blues… Read More
It was a grandstand performance, topping off a rousing opening ceremony witnessed by billions of people around the world; Sir Paul McCartney leading Wembley Arena, and in a manner of speaking, the entire whole world, in a sing-along of the Beatles classic “Hey Jude.”
And for bringing down the house, and the final curtain, on a ceremony that lasted more than four hours and officially opened the Read More