Results tagged with 'rock and roll'
Published Feb. 3, 2016
MSOE cranks out a steady crop of the world's best engineers, including many in the motorcycle industry both here and around the world. In the local music scene, MSOE has its own radio station that rides a steady road with the city's motorcycle community.
Published Oct. 15, 2013
Congress out in Washington D.C. may be struggling to get the band back together and in working order, much to the frustration of every single American citizen, but The Congress from Denver, however, isn't having any of those issues. Much the opposite of their titular government officials, the old school rock and roll band has been growing in popularity, due in most part to their soulful brand of classic rock music.
Published July 18, 2013
There is always an internal debate about how early one needs to arrive at a show, particularly when the opening act is a mystery. Choose incorrectly and you're stuck impulsively checking Twitter all night, sucking down cocktails too quickly, and waiting impatiently for the opening act to utter those magic words, "This is our last song." Luckily the opening band was well worth the gamble. It only took a few chords before the conversations quieted and many heads turned. This, everyone's eyes seemed to agree, was going to be a good night.
Published Jan. 30, 2013
Dave Grohl's "Sound City" is a heartfelt, exuberant tribute to the old days of recording that oozes with affection from everyone involved. And if that's not enough, it comes with a kicking soundtrack. Times have been far worse.
Published Sept. 26, 2007
With apologies to Nick Hornby, I'm not much of a list-maker anymore. Sure, I was the music geek kid with a list -- and a ready-made mix tape -- for every eventuality, but now I love music more than I enjoy trying to quantify it.
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