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 Musician’s Horoscope

The Musician’s Horoscope

Rock Cellar Magazine is proud to introduce a new category called 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…  AQUARIUS This week, Aquarians will reach their creative peak. Money will be […]

Nobody Walks in Los Angeles

Nobody Walks in Los Angeles

Rock Cellar Magazine is proud to introduce a new category called 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…  _____________________________________ Guitarist wanted. Must have reliable transpo. The above ad appears in […]

The Music World’s Most Overused Phrases Or, How Can I Say You Suck Without Saying You Suck?

The Music World’s Most Overused Phrases Or, How Can I Say You Suck Without Saying You Suck?

Rock Cellar Magazine is proud to introduce a new category called 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… _______________________________ You poor thing, you really think your band sounded great. Tsk […]

Rock Meccas of NYC: What Are They Now?

In the 1960s, New York City was the center of the recording industry and home to a wealth of small clubs and theaters that hosted the cream of rock music. Fans could catch bands on their way up at smaller venues with moderate ticket prices. But 1969’s Woodstock festival changed the industry and superstars began […]