I know this happened quite a while ago, but his death really hit me hard. I was a big fan. Saw him a few times in Cleveland.
The New Orleans jazz patriarch died on April 1 at age 85. He is survived by six sons, four of whom are musicians: Pulitzer and Grammy winner Wynton...
I recently picked up a book by Ron Wood of THE Rolling Stones called "Ronnie Wood Artist". Man, I am pleasantly surprised. The dude has another highly refined talent.
Any of you guys have this book?
How 'bout another book displaying a not so well known talent of your favorite artist?
It looks intriguing. I was wondering whether anyone has one or has tried to use one.
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The thread titled 1st song you ever learned made me wonder, what was the first drum solo that you guys ever learned.
For me it was In-A-Gadda-Da-Vida. Man, I loved that song and solo....back in the day!
So, which one was it for you guys/girls?
I apologize if someone has asked this question...
This is for you Nine Inch Nails fans.
Does any know whether the new recordings Ghosts V: Together and Ghosts VI: Locusts are available on CD?
If not, does anyone know if they will be, and when?
Thanks in advance.
I don't know how this will work out. but I'd thought I'd give it a try.
With so many folks being laid off and needing to work, I thought I'd set something up here for folks that have jobs available where they work for people in their area.
So, if you need help in your company let people know...
I was wondering who is still able to work during the COVID-19 pandemic?
I work for a major insurance company in Cleveland and about 95% of our employees are now working from home.
I am one of the 5% still working downtown, and actually feel safer because I am the only person on the entire...
I have recently become a big Rolling Stones fan. I just picked up a live concert DVD from the library, but have yet to watch it. I've got a couple more on hold.
Which made me wonder: What is your favorite Rolling Stones live concert DVD?
I recently have become a big fan of the Rolling Stones. I know, I'm way behind a lot of you guys/girls. I'm a big Prog Rock and Heavy Metal fan. Couldn't tell how I recently got hooked on the Stones.
I think I read somewhere that Charlie Watts is another great that never took drum lessons...
I recently picked up the newest CD "Nine" by Blink 182 from our wonderful local library.
While I'm not really a fan of Blink 182's style of music, I enjoyed this CD, and find them to be a talented group.
I find that Travis Barker creates groovy parts for each song. I also think that he is...
I recently ordered the newest CD by Sons Of Apollo called "MMXX". I'm listening to it now.
So far it seems like a good one. I'm glad that Mike Portnoy finally got into/started a good band.
Anyone else listen to it? What are your thoughts?
I bought a new book last night at a big book store.
It's called "Sympathy For The Drummer; Why Charlie Watts Matters" by Mike Edison.
I can't wait to delve into it. Has anyone read it yet? Is it a good one?
I picked up a live Diana Krall DVD from the Montreal Jazz Festival. I listened to it because Peter Erskine played for her during the concert
I had heard of Diana Krall, but never heard anything by her.
Wow! I was pleasantly surprised when I heard her. I really like her style and the fact...
I have a 2016 V6 Mustang with about 65K miles.
I was curious as to what type (not brand) of oil I should use. Straight oil, hybrid between oil and synthetic, all synthetic or one of the fancy ones that I don't even know what's in it?
I have been using the hybrid. The guy at the garage said...