The charismatic Kansas violinist Robby Steinhardt dies at age 71

Robby Steinhardt, violinist and co-lead vocalist of the rock legends Kansas, died Saturday, July 17th. Steinhardt was often referred to as the most charismatic member of Kansas, and though he has departed from the band several times, his role on developing the band’s original signature sound as well as his interaction with the audience is widely recognized. We look back briefly at his life and career

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Rock-n-Soul Singer-Songwriter, Sophie Avidane, Releases Captivating New Album, River Child

New York City raised singer-songwriter, Sophie Avidane, introduces herself with her soulful spirit, rock‘n’roll heart, and an eclectic infatuation with creating new music. Her smokey vocals and smooth arrangements combine to form one of the year’s most compelling EP releases, River Child.

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Symphonic Metal Act, Anaria, Release Haunting Remake of Heart’s Classic “Alone”

“Back in February, we had the idea to do a cover and decided to pitch it to our fans to decide,” says lead singer, Jessica Mercy. “It was such a pleasure for all of us to reimagine this classic tune as a cinematic hard rock piece.”

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Washington D.C. Electronic Artist, Zaeus, Reimagines Classic Song “House of the Rising Sun”

Once described as the first folk rock hit, “House of the Rising Sun” returns with a new sound brought by DC Based electronic artist, Zaeus. Self described as ‘Electroanalogue’, Zaeus takes the classic song to the downtempo vibes of chillout music, while maintaining select folk elements that made it a #1 song in the US, France and the UK

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“Stronger Than Dirt. Ridin’ Jim Morrison’s HWY Until The End” by Fred Baggen, a new, fresh and updated recollection and guide to Jim Morrison and The Doors fans

“Stronger Than Dirt. Ridin’ Jim Morrison’s HWY Until The End” by Fred Baggen offers personal insights all put together through a dedicated fan perspective as well as from people that were close to The Lizard King, including detailed valuable guides to their music, both official and bootleg releases, as well as to the Paris of Jim Morrison.

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Two incredible ‘80s Action Heroes are crashing Call of Duty: Black Ops Cold War, Call of Duty: Warzone and Call of Duty: Mobile this week with an unmissable and explosive mid-season update

It’s time to travel back to the 1980’s with two of the most iconic characters of that decade The ’80s Action Heroes event kicks off with limited-time bundles and game modes, in addition to the weapons, maps, and other features already expected during this season. This content will be live on May 19 at 9 PM PT, following updates to Black Ops Cold War on May 18 at 9 PM PT, in Warzone on May 19 at 9 PM PT and in Call of Duty: Mobile on May 20 at 5pm PT.

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An interview with former Yell! singer Daniel James

After a hiatus of several years, Daniel James has returned to music with the new self-penned single “Set Your Spirit Free”, a positive message inspired by coming out of the lockdown. In this exclusive interview, James recalls some of his memories as a Pop music star in the 1980’s, working with Mike Stock and Matt Aitken, of the iconic team Stock, Aitken and Waterman, being signed to Fanfare records through Simon Cowell, meeting and working with legendary music publisher Dick Leary and even some curiosity stories about how George Michael’s late sister Melanie once dyed his hair blond. He also candidly talks about music and acting and his views on today’s music industry.

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Ex-Yell! singer & Simon Cowell protegee Daniel James releases new single “Set Your Spirit Free”

Ex-Yell! vocalist and actor Daniel James is back with a self-penned single ‘Set Your Spirit Free’, a song filled with emotions about coming out of lockdown that sends a message of hope that come June 21st we will be free to live fully again.

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The recording studio wizard Phil Spector passes at age 81 from COVID-related complications – Listen to 10 of his essential studio masterpieces

There are cases that the end of man’s life should not define or obliterate his legacy and talent. Aside of the controversies and scandals that surrounds his personal life, it is undeniable the influence and contribution that the creator of the “Wall of Sound” gave to music, producing and sometimes co-writing songs for artists such as The Ronettes, Ike and Tina Turner, The Beatles, John Lennon and the Ramones among others. Phil Spector has passed at age 81 while serving a sentence for murder, but here, we remember his precious bold legacy to music.

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