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What To Expect Your First Time At A Live Country Music Venue

Though everyone would like to make a rousing argument for why their favorite music is superior to others, there is no denying that one of the biggest draws of fans is live country music. Country music has seen a surge in popularity over the last few years due, in part, to a dedicated attempt by country artists to make the music connect with the “everyday man”.

Bands Whose Self Titled Albums Are Not Their Debuts

Providing a worthy diversion from all of the college bowl games on New Year’s Day was a documentary of the band Chicago, which aired on a national cable news channel. The program tastefully presented its chronological development as well as multiple interviews with five of the seven co-founders. One unique characteristic of the band, besides its gorgeous blend of horns and electric guitar rock, concerns its album names.

Seven Songs Condemning The All Too Common Crime Of Robbery

Since the announcement that Bob Dylan had been honored with the Nobel Prize for Literature, fans have been quoting their favorite among his thousands of lyrics. Most people prefer selections from what was Dylan’s most commercially successful era in the mid sixties, when he issued Highway 61 Revisited, Bringing It All Back Home and Blond on Blond. The line I find most appealing, right now anyway, comes from an album released fifteen years after those three.

New Albums To Look Forward To In 2017

The music world lost numerous popular artists in 2016, the latest of which was George Michael. The British singer who first gained fame as part of the duo Wham passed away on Christmas Day, adding to a list of obituaries that includes David Bowie, Prince, Glen Frey, Keith Emerson and Greg Lake. In spite of those passages, the year did manage to leave us with something to be thankful for.

Emo Music: Is It Disappearing?

Recently, I attended a Brand New concert and wondered after I left the show, how popular is Emo music still in today’s society? Emo music was at its peak in the early to mid-2000s, and was a big part for teenagers and young adults in the United States. Bands that fell into this genre were bands like My Chemical Romance, American Football, and Dashboard Confessional.

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