The Bottom Line: Volume Can Be Very Loud

The Bottom Line: Volume Can Be Very Loud

Another entry in our new category The Bottom Line, The Bottom Line – featuring anecdotes and musings from Bill Cinque, seasoned music industry vet and author of The Amazing Adventures of a Marginally Successful Musician, available now in our Online Store…   Ah, volume, my pet peeve. I have never seen a more divisive issue than […]

The Stone Roses Announce Three U.K. Gigs for 2016…What’s Next?

The Stone Roses Announce Three U.K. Gigs for 2016…What’s Next?

Since reforming in 2011, British music legends the Stone Roses haven’t done much. They did play a handful of live gigs, including a co-headlining Coachella appearance with Blur, but beyond some high-profile performances they didn’t do much else. This week, the band announced three massive gigs for summer 2016. They’ll play two shows at Etihad Stadium in […]

Tune In: Grateful Dead Detail ‘Fare Thee Well’ YouTube Stream, Full DVD/Blu-ray Box Set

Tune In: Grateful Dead Detail ‘Fare Thee Well’ YouTube Stream, Full DVD/Blu-ray Box Set

This weekend, Deadheads will gather at Levi’s Stadium in Santa Clara, California for the first shows of the Grateful Dead‘s Fare Thee Well performances – with the final performances slated for the following weekend in Chicago, Illinois. Previously, plans were announced to make the shows available for streaming via pay-per-view and at select theaters around […]

Neil Young Books Two Solo Acoustic Gigs in Los Angeles on 3/29 and 3/30

Neil Young Books Two Solo Acoustic Gigs in Los Angeles on 3/29 and 3/30

In January, Neil Young played a pair of solo acoustic gigs at Carnegie Hall in New York City – and reports were that the shows were masterful, two-hour-plus performances of songs throughout his legednary career. Apparently eager to bring the show to the West Coast, Young has announced plans for two more solo acoustic performances, […]