Monthly Archive: August 2010


Learning To Fly

Lady Antebellum covers Tom Petty’s “Learning to Fly” in a recent iTunes session. The question for the day, “Will more classic rock songs be covered by country artists?”


Neon Trees

httpv://–Yu4kzz0 A throwback to the 1980s with a mix of new rock, ala the Killers, emerges Neon Trees with their hit “Animal”. This is a feel good song to end...


The Power of Love

25 years ago today, Huey Lewis and the News hit the top of the Hot 100 chart for the first time, as “The Power of Love” ascended to number 1. ...



Check out this new product we built, it’s kind of like the new way to sell CD’s at a show. Instead of having to print CD’s (that no one really...


VH1 Save The Music

Support VH1’s Save The Music. Children interested in learning to play a musical instrument should be given every opportunity to succeed. VH1’s program continues to raise money to develop future...


Five Finger Death Punch

httpv:// Does active rock have a new king of the hill? Finger Finger Death Punch delivers a remake of the 1970s classic “Bad Company” by Bad Company that never sounded...


What’s In Your Record Collection?

Back in the day, if a friend invited you over to their house within minutes you’d know what they are listening to by simply looking at the CDs on their...


Everybody Wants To Rule The World

httpv:// Last week Ray Schuck reminded us about the genius of Tear For Fears. This in turn sparked rolling in my mind, the ending credits of one of my favorite...


Go For A Soda

httpv:// Guitar Rock never sounded so good on the 1985 classic “Go For A Soda” by Canada’s Kim Mitchell. Surprisingly the other day I heard this tune on Cleveland’s new...


Crow’s Eco-friendly Concert Rider

In the late 1970s, Van Halen was consistently ridiculed because their concert rider stated “no brown M&Ms” in their dressing rooms. Now according to The Smoking Gun, Sheryl Crow is...