Rock music journalist Angie Moon gives some advice and tips for interviewing musicians.
Angie Moon's The Diversity of Classic Rock is now on TikTok, same great information, but in a new format. Follow her on @angiemoonclassicrock
Angie Moon shares a cautionary tale, a common one for any creative: working for free. Unpaid internships are incredibly unfair, classist, and exploitative. Here's why we should all say no to unpaid internships.
Angie Moon offers advice and talks about what she wishes she knew before starting The Diversity of Classic Rock, and writing in general.
A special 6th anniversary blog post for The Diversity of Classic Rock where Angie tells her personal story and what was going on behind the scenes while writing.
Angie Moon and The Diversity of Classic Rock was mentioned in an article published in Jewish Feminist Publication, Hey Alma.
A summary of this year for the Diversity of Classic Rock: a roundup of the best posts of the year, my top 10 releases of 2020, and blog statistics!
Angie Moon shares some of her most controversial opinions on classic rock. Get ready for some classic rock hot takes and unpopular opinions!
If 2020 were a movie, what would be on the soundtrack? Angie Moon answers that question with her picks for songs that personify 2020.
Angie Moon writes about songs that she listened to in her childhood that may have sparked her classic rock obsession.