Talkin’ Rock n’ Roll Portraits with Artist William K. Stidham

Talkin’ Rock n’ Roll Portraits with Artist William K. Stidham

Adversity. Rediscovery. Spirituality and Resurgence. William K. Stidham’s Sacred Heart Series is a collection of celebrity rendered paintings with subtext. Stidham is an introspective man who believes in the human spirit and the power of positive synergy. ”A collection of iconic people who shifted the planet with their gifts, vision, talent, passion… heart energy!” From […]

David Gilmour Working on New Solo LP with Graham Nash, David Crosby

David Gilmour Working on New Solo LP with Graham Nash, David Crosby

Not content to let Roger Waters assume all the headlines, Pink Floyd‘s David Gilmour is also apparently working on a new solo album. In a twist, the news was not announced by Gilmour himself, but rather Graham Nash – who divulged that he and David Crosby were planning to provide vocals for Gilmour in a […]

Guitarist Steve Howe of Yes (Interview)

Guitarist Steve Howe of Yes (Interview)

Steve Howe, a 40-year rock veteran chats with Rock Cellar Magazine about the evolution of Yes, life on the road as a vegetarian, and the rising interest of albums in the singles-driven digital age.

March Album Reviews

Bruce Springsteen Michael Brunnock Sinéad O’Connor Pink Floyd Mars Volta Andrew Bird The Cranberries Bruce Springsteen Wrecking Ball Bruce Springsteen’s 17th studio album, Wrecking Ball, is another solid entry into his storied career, a culturally-relevant discussion of struggle, injustice, and the so-called “American Dream”. Coming two years after the mildly-received Working on a Dream, Wrecking […]

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