Monthly Archives: October 2021

The rapper Dave Grohl called “punk rock”

Foo Fighters frontman Dave Grohl is a punk rock scholar, a fanatic who was there sweating in the 1980s, working in various bands with little success before his fortunes changed when Nirvana came to the scene. ‘to call. Its influential presence is undeniable. While it’s hard to argue that Grohl …

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OK, so you are a “sold” punk rock. Now what?

“There are stories of kids sitting on the floor playing their majors songs, kids turning their backs on them. They got spit on a lot,” Ozzi says. It didn’t matter that their only release on a major, the years 1995 Very expensive, was the hardest the group had pushed themselves. …

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15 artists who bring rock to life

For most of the past decades, opponents have deregistered rock music, claiming the genre is dead. It may not be as big as it was in its formative years, but it remains a strong and vital scene with a number of bands keeping rock alive. While rock ‘n’ roll may …

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Punk Rock Bowling 2021 – Day 3 – Live in Las Vegas

Day three of Punk Rock Bowling started off with perhaps the biggest “challenge set” of the weekend. Boldness? Blag Dahlia was instructed to make a three hours acoustic brunch set… in the morning… to a group of hungry people… who were probably hungover. I arrived at the Downtown Grand restaurant …

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Grasping At Pieces debuts at the Sanctuary on Saturday

Punk rock history is being written this weekend as a brand new Montgomery / Prattville band, Grasping At Pieces, debuts live at the Sanctuary. “It’s like a mix of old Californian hard core, and also some of the oldest bands in Alabama. The Knockabouts, Dead Pigeons and all that,” said …

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