Interest: 1970s


Rock Cellar Magazine
June 30, 2021
Barry Goudreau’s Big ’70s Rock Sound Blasts Off on ‘The Road,’ His New Album with the Engine Room (Q&A)

In a departure from his blues rock-laden debut album with Engine Room, Barry Goudreau’s new record The Road, which was released in March, harkens back largely to the big, sweeping...


Rock Cellar Magazine
May 13, 2021
Don Letts Q&A: English Filmmaker/DJ/Legend on New Memoir, His Journey and Distinctive Worldview, the Clash and Beyond

Don Letts was at the epicenter of the punk rock explosion in late-1970s London, as the manager of the King’s Road shop Acme Attraction and as a DJ at the...


Rock Cellar Magazine
May 11, 2021
St. Vincent Shares Funky “Down” Music Video; ‘Daddy’s Home’ Album Out 5/14

This Friday, May 14, St. Vincent will release her anticipated new album, Daddy’s Home — which, so far, has proven to be decidedly heavy on style and throwback vibes. The...


Rock Cellar Magazine
April 22, 2021
Rest in Peace Les McKeown, Singer of the Bay City Rollers: 1955-2021

Les McKeown, the lead singer of Scottish pop/rock band Bay City Rollers during the group’s peak in the 1970s, has passed away at the age of 65. McKeown’s social media...


Rock Cellar Magazine
April 7, 2021
Transport Back to the ’70s in St. Vincent’s Trippy New Video for ‘The Melting of the Sun’

We’re a little over a month away from the release of Daddy’s Home, the new album from St. Vincent, and the build-up thus far has found Annie Clark quite busy...


Rock Cellar Magazine
April 5, 2021
Watch St. Vincent Turn Back the Clock to Perform ‘Pay Your Way in Pain’ and ‘The Melting of the Sun’ on ‘SNL’

The aesthetic surrounding Annie Clark (a.k.a. the genre-defying St. Vincent) and her upcoming album, Daddy’s Home, is one of vintage vibes with an underlying darkness — and that’s precisely what...


Rock Cellar Magazine
March 11, 2021
Turn Me On: Hearty Har’s Shane & Tyler Fogerty on Dad’s Legacy & Forging Their Own Path with ‘Radio Astro’

Hearty Har — the Los Angeles-band fronted by Tyler and Shane Fogerty — cut its collective teeth on the Southern California club circuit over the past decade. But the project’s...


Rock Cellar Magazine
February 22, 2021
Raspberries: An Influential Case for the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame

Why the Raspberries will ALWAYS matter to me, and why they SHOULD matter to you In early February, the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame announced its 2021 nominations. Carole...


Rock Cellar Magazine
April 14, 2020
‘Desolation Angels’ at 40: Paul Rodgers, Simon Kirke and Mick Ralphs on Bad Company’s Classic LP (The Interview)

Following up the Burning Sky album, an adventurous excursion into experimentation and wide vista sonic landscapes, Bad Company returned to the charts in a big way with 1979’s Desolation Angels....


Rock Cellar Magazine
January 14, 2020
Top 11 Classic Songs Featured in Recent Television Commercials

Whether you watch an actual TV or subscribe to one or more streaming platforms, the concept of “television commercials” remains a huge part of consuming entertainment — and more than...