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About Sean O'Loughlin -- former publisher of Rock n Roll Yellow Pages and a member of the United States Press Agency and the US Press Association is a part of the underground Team Rock n Roll Movement which seeks to resurrect Rock Music.
Along with historiography, much of this issue's content emphasizes textual criticism and viewing rock music and musicians in their proper social, artistic, and economic context, reflecting the prevailing academic disciplines of the principal editors and contributors--namely, literary- and communications-based fields.
There are a number of younger priests too I'm sure, who have grown up listening to rock music in their teenage years.
Radio One DJ Bethan Elfyn, who has recently been recording a documentary on Welsh rock music, said pop music fans were more fickle when it comes to supporting a favourite artist.
He also wrote, edited and designed his own rock music fanzine Cleveland Rocks, as well as working for the then fledgling rock music magazine Kerrang.
The venue, which was originally the Xposure Rock Club, offers a range of rock music every Friday and Saturday, with live bands performing on Bank Holidays.
The documentary ``American Hardcore'' charts the ear-splitting history of hardcore punk rock music.
Ushers handed out complementary ear plugs and fluorescent glow sticks for this communion service punctuated by the Irish band's rock music.
I sure did; when I heard that banana album it turned me on my head because I had never really heard a stringed instrument used in that way in rock music.
A rock 'n roll insider, Wendy combines her abilities as a scholar, a writer, and a fan to share with her readers an engaging and informative account of the world of rock music with its roadies, concerts, life on the road, and the recording studios in general, and Ron Woods of the Rolling Stones in particular.
NEIL YOUNG NATION is more than just a review of his life, however: author Kevin Chong set off on a road trip to research his subject, following the places which influenced Young's music: NEIL YOUNG NATION is at once an account of Chong's personal journey as well as a survey of his findings about Neil Young, rock music, and encounters Neil had with fans and fellow musicians along the way.
The new Babyshambles record, Down In Albion, is an instant classic and ensures that Doherty takes his place among the true greats of British rock music.
RANDY "BISCUIT" TURNER, 56, front man for the 1970s punk rock group the Big Boys and one of the only openly gay men in the original wave of punk rock music in America.
First prominent in the "Counterculture" of the 1960s and 70s, the phenomenon has become increasingly salient with the rise of right- wing-extremist rock music and racist skinhead violence in Europe since the fall of Communism.
Although, many people will acknowledge that the "original architects" of rock music were black (musicians such as Chuck Berry, Carl Perkins, Etta James and Little Richard), few may be aware that there are plenty of musicians today who are still rockin'.