Rebellion has a funny way of landing artists in the circles they set out to escape...
The Tank, as everyone calls it, still looms over Rangely in rusty majesty, looking a bit like Devil's Tower.
Streaming is fueling a metamorphosis of the music business...
In the post-historical period there will be neither art nor philosophy, just the perpetual caretaking of the museum of human history.
Sex, drugs, and rock and roll will always have problems like sexual assault, violence and rebellion intrinsically related to them
The guy got a bad rap in the music biz, but when the dust settled his gambles paid off. At least, most of them did.
“Unwanted touching by opportunistic fuckwits at gigs is so common that it actually feels trivial to talk about it…”
Critics think that the genre was an embarrassing dead end. So why do fans and musicians still love it?
London, ON's Saul Holiff handled Johnny Cash's bookings, no-shows, divorce, record deals, drugs, overdoses, and arrests. He was also their for the best of times.
Brower's salesmanship, love of R&R and ability to attract investors is more than a story. It's pure entertainment and its plot more fanciful than any fiction.
It used to be cool to 'hate' Nickelback but after a time the refrain becomes meaningless and even unhip, but the band has always taken its lumps with a grain of salt and offered back humour instead of witty sarcasm.