Part 2 of a series on socialist classic rock musicians. Read about Roger Waters, Brian Eno, Patti Smith, Joe Strummer, and more great musicians!
A Tribute to F is for Family
Netflix series F is for Family is coming to an end. Here's my tribute to this great retro TV show that takes place in the 70s.
Interview: John Hanlon – An Accidental Pop Star
Angie Moon interviews John Hanlon, a singer-songwriter from New Zealand who has been recording music since the 1970s.
Review: Bowie, Cambo & All The Hype by John Cambridge
Angie Moon reviews former David Bowie drummer John Cambridge's new book, Bowie, Cambo & All The Hype
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Review: Songs For While I’m Away – The Phil Lynott Documentary
Angie Moon reviews the Phil Lynott documentary, Songs For While I'm Away, directed by Emer Reynolds.
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Interview: Jorge Aguilera of Los Free Minds
Angie Moon interviews Jorge Aguilera, the singer and guitarist of 70s psychedelic rock band Los Free Minds from León, Guanajuato, Mexico.
4/20 Special Edition Post: Classic Rock Songs About Pot
A special 4/20 edition of The Diversity of Classic Rock - A comprehensive list of songs about marijuana!
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Listen to This, Not That: Queen
A deep dive into Queen's discography to find all the deep tracks and gems. Listen to more than just Bohemian Rhapsody and Another One Bites The Dust!
Review: 2020 Reissue of Call My Name – White Line featuring Jimmy McCulloch
Angie Moon reviews a compilation of White Line, a band that Jimmy McCulloch formed with his brother in the mid 70s, during his time in Wings.
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20 Artists who are not in the Rock Hall, but should be
With the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame 2019 inductees ceremony coming up soon, here's a list of artists who are not in the Rock Hall, but should be
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