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.
Talking about political classic rock lyrics from songs by Budgie, Tower of Power, Stiff Little Fingers, Yardbirds, Prince, Nina Simone, and more!
Angie Moon writes about black musicians of the 60s, 70s, and 80s. In this part: Nina Simone, Otis Redding, P-Funk, Phil Lynott, Ray Charles, Prince, The Ronettes, and more!
Angie's list of overrated and underrated Who songs. Instead of "My Generation" and "Who Are You", give some of these songs a chance!
Angie Moon explores The Rolling Stones' discography to share her favourite deep tracks from the band.
The final instalment in a series about classic rock and oldies musicians of the 60s, 70s, and 80s who made it after the age of 25.
Classic rock has a lot of musicians who made it when they were very young. In this blog post series, we talk about musicians who made it when they were in their mid 20s and later.
A Special Back to School Edition of The Diversity of Classic Rock where we talk about the most educated classic rock stars. Stay in school!