Jeff Beck, Duane Eddy, Darrel Higham and Paul Pigat Make for An Epic Concert Event

“I lit the fuse – I’ll let the rest of the bomb go off now,” said Gretsch artist Paul Pigat of Cousin Harley after his opening and blistering rockabilly set at Thursday night’s Duane Eddy and Cliff Gallup Tribute Concert in Santa Ana, Calif. The rest of the bomb being of course, the King of

See Biffy Clyro’s New Video for ‘Howl’

Scottish rock trio Biffy Clyro's latest effort Ellipsis shot straight to No. 1 on the UK chart, and now the band is targeting its U.S. audience with the first music video from the new album to be released stateside. Directed by Marc Klasfeld (the same man responsible for some of the famous Red Hot Chili

Watch ‘The Gretsch Sound: A Guitar Pull with Emmanuel, Pennington, Robinson and Striking Matches’

The Country Music Hall of Fame booked a special music celebration event to send off the American Sound and Beauty: Guitars from the Bachman-Gretsch Collection. And for those who couldn't attend in person, you are in luck as "The Gretsch Sound: A Guitar Pull with Emmanuel, Pennington, Robinson and Striking Matches" was streamed online, and

Guns N’ Roses Kick Off Not in This Lifetime Tour

Guns N’ Roses have reclaimed their rightful place in the rock ‘n’ roll spotlight, triumphantly returning to the stage at Detroit's Ford Field for their debut show on the "Not in This Lifetime" tour. Frontman Axl Rose (back in full force after suffering a broken bone in his foot earlier in the year) and original

The Shelters Take on Classic Sounds with a Modern Twist on Debut Album

“Fuzzy, bluesy and melodic ... it’s as if the Laurel Canyon harmonies of the 1970s spent the glam rock ‘80s in The Viper Room on the Sunset Strip before getting a 2015 update in Silverlake.” – Paste Magazine Paste Magazine’s editor-in-chief Joshua Jackson could not have described Los Angeles-based quartet the Shelters anymore perfectly, and

The Shelters Make a Smashing Debut in “Rebel Heart” Video

Los Angeles-based rock band the Shelters seem posed to make a mark on the music scene. Sebastian Harris, Josh Jove, Jacob Pillot, and Chase Simpson formed the band in 2014 and lucked out when Tom Petty caught one of their performances. So impressed by the group, Petty invited the band to record in his home

Jamestown Revival Spreads Their Movement at Stagecoach

“Jamestown Revival is more than music.  It's an idea, and it's a movement.  It's grass roots, and it's back porch.  Our strength is in numbers, but our individuality is ever present.  We appreciate the simpler things, and we know where we came from.  We value timelessness over trendiness, and quality over quantity.  We are Revivalists...”

Stagecoach’s Friday Roundup: Kristian Bush, Dale Watson, Lucero, Eric Church & More

The hipster, celebrity crowd that came out in hoards the last two weeks to the Empire Polo Club grounds in Indio, Calif., for Coachella has been totally transformed for this weekend's Stagecoach festival. Western hats, boots and Daisy Dukes are now abound as country fans flooded the grounds today for the annual three-day festival. Here

See Brandi Carlile Perfom on ‘Seth Meyer’

Earlier this month, Brandi Carlile was scheduled to play New York's Madison Square Gardens, but first she took her incredible vocal chops by Late Night With Seth Meyers where she performed the throttling "Mainstream Kid" off 2015's The Firewatcher's Daughter as well as her unforgettable single, "The Story." Not to be biased, but those of

Cheap Trick Rock the ‘Today Show’

Weather forecast brought to you by Cheap Trick’s Tom Petersson and his 12-string bass? Hell yes! The newly inducted Rock and Roll Hall of Fame band  rocked the New York set of the Today Show last week, showcasing both a classic hit and a brand-new tune. Watch after the jump as the legendary act performs “I Want You To Want Me” and new song “When I Wake Up Tomorrow” off  17th studio album Bang, Zoom, Crazy… Hello.