In the universe of biographical films, “What’s Love Got To Do With It” reigns supreme. This extraordinary cinematic offering encapsulates the themes of endurance, fortitude, and the power of transformation that Tina Turner embodied.Continue reading
Tag Archives: Classic Rock
Review: KISS LIFE Magazine (2023)
In honor of KISS’ 50th anniversary and the band’s End of the Road Tour, LIFE Magazine released a special limited edition magazine celebrating the history of KISS. Below is a video revealing what’s inside this magazine. Enjoy!Continue reading
Remembering Tina Turner: The ‘Queen of Rock & Roll’
Today, I, and millions worldwide, mourn the loss and celebrate the monumental legacy of the iconic ‘Queen of Rock & Roll,’ Anna Mae Bullock, widely known as Tina Turner, who passed away at 83. Originating from humble beginnings in Nutbush, Tennessee, Turner’s unique voice and electrifying performances charmed audiences worldwide, establishing her as a global superstar in a career spanning over half a century. With her passing, we remember a woman who broke barriers, set records, and whose life story of hardship and triumph is an enduring beacon of resilience. As we navigate through the sorrow of her loss, let us reflect upon her transformative career and indelible impact on the world of music.Continue reading
TOM KEIFER #KEIFERBAND Release New Video For “Untitled”; Special Edition ‘-Rise+’ Vinyl Set For Release July 7
Hard rock fans! If you’ve been craving a grinding, blues soaked, heavy groove, then TOM KEIFER #KEIFERBAND’s “Untitled,” just might be the fix. Drawing inspiration from the classic album cuts of the ‘70s vinyl era, “Untitled”‘s unconventional, nearly six-minute arrangement, is the antithesis of today’s radio single format. Written by Tom Keifer and Savannah Keifer, the heavy, dark jam and lyric of “Untitled” screams a cautionary tale of evil, deception and the consequences that follow.Continue reading
Review – KISS Off The Soundboard: Live In Poughkeepsie, NY 1984
On April 7, rock icons KISS will release the next installment of their Off The Soundboard official live bootleg series with KISS – Off The Soundboard: Poughkeepsie, New York, 1984. Recorded live at the Mid-Hudson Arena on November 28th, 1984, during the Animalize World Tour, this is the fifth in a series of live releases by the band and will be available to stream and download, with a 2-LP standard black vinyl set, CD, and a limited edition 2-LP set pressed on 180g custard yellow vinyl. This new live album is now available to buy on Amazon. Below is my video review of KISS – Off The Soundboard: Poughkeepsie, New York, 1984 and more details about this exciting release.Continue reading
The Ultimate Guide To KISS
A new magazine is now available for a limited time: The Ultimate Guide To KISS. This special edition collector’s publication celebrates KISS’ 50th anniversary and coincides with the final year of the band’s End Of The Road World Tour. Watch my video review below to see every page of this new KISS magazine.Continue reading
Best of Bloganuary 2023
In January, I took part in a WordPress challenge called Bloganuary. Every day for 31 days, I received a writing prompt to inspire me to write a post for that day, which I did. During those 31 days, I sang a song for you, wrote a poem, shared childhood memories, offered advice and aspirations, and much more. Below are what I consider to be the best of Bloganuary in no particular order. Thank you to those who read my posts and engaged with them. I appreciate it. I hope you enjoy this greatest hits retrospective of this fun writing challenge.Continue reading
Where is the best place to watch the sunset near you?
Where is the best place to watch the sunset near you? There’s nothing quite like watching a beautiful sunset. Read on for my answer to this question, and let me know yours.Continue reading
What would you title your autobiography?
Today’s Bloganuary prompt is “What would you title the chapters of your autobiography?” I don’t like that question because I think it’s too difficult to answer accurately, and I don’t think the answer is compelling. Instead, I’ve modified it to: What would you title your autobiography? That’s a far better question, easier to answer, and makes for a more readable post. Below is my answer to this question, and don’t forget to let me know yours.Continue reading
What is a song or poem that speaks to you and why?
What is a song or poem that speaks to you and why? For me, it’s “Hell Yeah” by Neil Diamond. Watch the video below of me singing “Hell Yeah” a capella, let me know your thoughts on it, and share with me what song or poem speaks to you and why.Continue reading