Chrissie Hynde always was one to tell it like it is. With the Pretenders. You knew what you got when they took the stage or released material. Good, hard nosed, quality rock and roll. With pop bands today you get, well you get exhibitionism
I was a big Cat Stevens fan. It was 1971 that I think I fell in love with Tea for the Tillerman. It just seemed to speak of the times and what I was going through. As time went on and Cat Stevens converted to Islam and changed his name and quit making music he faded from the music scene
I've had numerous artists on my so called bucket list to see and experience. On the top of, or at least in the top five, listed artists stands a phenomenal artist that live would be an incredible night
All week long poet, musician, writer and sage Inda Eaton had a rare appearance at the Ramkota in Casper tonight. After spending a week in the Casper schools working on her education project Inda had energy left to play something for her fans
Former Casper native, musician, poet, philosopher, writer Inda Eaton will be playing in Casper tomorrow night, Friday night, in the Spirits Lounge in the Best Western Ramkota Hotel. Music starts at 5pm
The first time I heard a Kinks song I was hooked. Ray Davies, his brother and the rest of the band were just heads and tails above other British Pop/Rock bands. It's like when I first heard "You Really Got Me
Jimmy Fallon's Tuesday night's "Pros and Cons," segment was dedicated to helping the newly single Britney Spears find her a new man. The budding lingerie designer recently split from her boyfriend David Lucado, who reportedly cheated on her.
It was 36 years ago today. . . in 1978, that the band U2 opened for the amazing band The Stranglers at the Top Hat Ballroom outside of Dublin, Ireland. Today that rock and roll icon released thier new album called "Songs of Innocence" and they did it for free.U2 made the unex
As rockers we know the relevance of Pink Floyd's 1979 concept album The Wall. Now it's a movie and Roger Waters hopes that continued interest in The Wall signals a change for the better in society. The movie version of the wall debuted in Canada this weekend
The man with rock's largest tongue, and most recognizable band, has declared Rock dead. Kiss's Gene Simmons did an in-depth interview with his son on the subject of rock and roll today. And according to Simmons
Coach Bobby Knight has had some very public wrecks. Throwing chairs in games. Assualting players in practice. Being one of the best basketball coaches on the planet. Now he's had a little run in with an animal in Wyoming
Neil Young is eclectic. I know this because he's one of my favorite artists. I spent ten minutes once talking to Neil. Thirty years ago in Cheyenne. Neil last month filed for divorce from his wife of 36 years, Pegi Young
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