If there’s one rock and roll band that has endured for a long time, one of them has to be The Rolling Stones. Since 1962, this band has been performing their music all over the world and the members have shown that age will not stop them from doing what they love most.
Even in their senior years, Mick Jagger, Keith Richards, Ronnie Wood and Charlie Watts still have the energy to rock and roll all for their loyal fans. For their 50th year, the band started going on tour in November 2012 for the first time in five years. They performed in London and the U.S. which were all highly successful as tickets were sold out in a very short time.
To celebrate their golden jubilee, you can check out some cool postcards on the HowtheStonesroll website.
The graphics are a representation of the band’s journey from the time they first performed at the Marquee Club to their 50th anniversary concerts at the O2 arena in London. Snippets of information about the graphics are also provided making it a very informative postcard worth sharing with music lovers.
Whether you’re a fan of the Rolling Stones or not, you are free to share the postcards on your favorite social media or your blog.
Music has long been a fairly popular theme in TV shows – it is after all one of the elements that allow a show to linger in your brain in the form of catchy theme songs or memorable performances. You probably already know about shows like Glee and Smash, but there are actually musical shows out there that are better than them. Here are some examples:
The Asian pop music scene has been at its most exciting in the last five years. Whereas before, it was only the Japanese music scene that has gained the attention of the rest of the world, the last few years have seen emergence of new music markets like China (Hong Kong), Taiwan, and South Korea – which is exploding like crazy. One of the newer music markets that’s getting the attention of the rest of the world is Taiwan’s music scene. The Thai music scene is growing at a remarkable pace and it is also getting more worldwide recognition. If you study at a Thai language school, you’ll definitely hear the new Thai pop that is so hot right now. More »
People can’t stop talking about Jennifer Lopez. She’s one of the most successful women in Hollywood. She’s sold over 55 million records, and was included in VH1’s “100 Greatest Women in Music.” She’s also one of the highest paid actresses, and by 2012, her net worth was estimated at a staggering $250 million. Not bad for a girl who grew up in the Bronx! More »
Android smartphones, just like any smartphone, is the perfect device for both business and entertainment. And when it comes to portable entertainment, listening to music is the perfect activity for those who are on the go.
There are many music apps that you can read about in various Android websites. If you’re looking for music apps that you want to install on your Android device here are some that you should definitely check out: More »
Songs about cars and driving are awesome because a lot of the time spent listening to music is in your vehicle while the song blasts through your speakers and pours out of your rolled-down windows. Or maybe you only listen to music on you iPod. Either way, songs about cars are awesome, so here are 7 of the best songs about cars and/or driving.
One of the things I love most about the holiday season is the special genre of music, filled with both old and new tunes. I love listening to old favorites, classic orchestras, and even some of today’s newest artists as they try to put a spin on favorites done by some of the best in years past. Holiday music, whether religious or simply mushy, will always hold a special place in my heart. That’s why I was so excited to find so many hot new holiday albums ready for release this year. Here are just 5 I am positive you’ll love.
A Holiday Carole: Carole King
Carole King has certainly made a name for herself within the music industry – part of why I’m so excited to see her releasing some tracks with her own voice instead of lyrics for others to sing. This album features lots of favorites, including My Favorite Things and Carol of the Bells, as well as several tunes you may not be familiar with. If you love Tapestry, you’ll love this album as well. The album will be released on November 1st. More »
It’s never really too early to start planning your New Year’s Even celebration – especially if you’re the kind of person who loves to ring in the New Year in style. While you may just be thinking about your party plans, the folks in Las Vegas have been planning for months. This year’s line-up of New Year’s Eve concerts is absolutely stellar and air fare to this glittering city is generally pretty reasonable. I’m loving the schedule of shows and you will, too. Here’s a glimpse of what’s on tap.
Heading to Fremont Street
While you’ll find a ton of exciting events happening with the casinos on the strip, the heart of the party will be on Fremont Street at what is known as the Fremont Street Experience. The events on Fremont street begin a little after 6pm and will continue up until midnight. While the concerts are awesome, there are a few things you should know about the 3-stage event. More »
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How often do you go out to eat at restaurants? Some people prefer to go out a lot, while others choose to stay home and make their own meals. Whichever the case may be, the fact is that the average person spends some time in the kitchen preparing his or her own meals. This is especially true for people who have a family to take care of.
Fortunately, cooking is becoming more and more a popular activity. Thanks to the “celebrification” of cooking, people are seeing it as a cool and fun thing to do. From the television to magazines to web sites, it is a very common thing to see chefs who have become celebrities on their own right. Accordingly, people look to these sources for their own ideas of what to create in their kitchens. More »
Brooklyn, New York band The Drums is set to release their sophomore album, Portamento, on September 12.
The Drums has wowed audiences from the moment they released their first songs – soaring guitars punctuated by droning, groovy bass on a lo-fi platform. The Drums’ starkness is a great counterpoint to how absolutely catchy their grooves are. I dare you to listen to I Wanna Go Surfing without imitating that infectious whistling they use to great effect. This is a band that has man-sized confidence in their music even if they’re just going to be two albums’ old. More »