How, why did a new style of music come about, how did it all begin? (part 2)
ROCK FESTIVALS - MMFM'89 So, what is hard rock promoting now, what ideas does it advocate? Before talking about the texts of some groups, I must say a few words…

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Stormy 60s sensation
There was a new sensation in the early 60s when Chubby Checker invited everyone to dance to The Twist and Let's Twist Again. Around the same time, the charts began…

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Rock history
In general, the history of rock music has its roots in the distant past. The term "rock music" is a generic name for the many directions of modern rock. Also…

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rock music itself and this

Haley Williams ABOUT MYSELF AND PARAMORE MAGAZINE ROLLING STONE

Hayley Williams on “Ain’t It Fun” (“Isn’t that fun?”) And Paramore’s new album. Williams most significant hit on her team and why she was tired of talking about her hair.

More than a year has passed since Paramore released their famous fourth album of the same name in 2013, their own ambitious effort, similar to a big reload (their first album as a trio). It was a risk, the album did not have famous rock bands from major labels releasing four discs per album. Their album included 17 tracks, over an hour of recordings (including interlude, strings and choir). Continue reading

How, why did a new style of music come about, how did it all begin? (part 1)

It all started with the fact that in 1920 the Soviet engineer L. Tremen invented a new musical instrument theremin. It was arranged as follows: the pitch changed by approaching the antenna or removing the performer’s hand from it. The desire to use electricity in music encouraged inventors to come up with unusual instruments with fancy names – emiriton, trautonium, and violen. In the thirties, the first electric guitars appeared. But they probably have nothing in common with a modern electric guitar, except for the belt on which it is hung. And it was difficult to call those instruments an electric guitar. Just because of the urge to somehow isolate the guitar in the orchestra, to make its sound louder, a pickup was attached to the acoustic guitar. But this did not bring the guitar to the place of leader in the orchestra, which they wanted to achieve so much. The sound became louder, but the essence of the guitar (accompaniment) remained. Continue reading

16 QUOTE FREDDY MERCURY
Freddie Mercury “Seven Seas of Rhye”, “Killer Queen”, “Bohemian Rhapsody”, “Somebody to Love”, “We Are the Champions”, “Crazy Little Thing Called Love” and others. Also the musician was engaged in…

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16 QUOTE FREDDY MERCURY
Freddie Mercury “Seven Seas of Rhye”, “Killer Queen”, “Bohemian Rhapsody”, “Somebody to Love”, “We Are the Champions”, “Crazy Little Thing Called Love” and others. Also the musician was engaged in…

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The procession of rock (part 2)
In the early 70's there was a crisis of the rock scene. Rock turned into a shop in the shop of exotic goods with a showcase in the whole wall.…

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15 INTERESTING FACTS ABOUT JAMES HATFIELD FROM METALLICA GROUP
James Alan Hetfield Since 2011, it has been 87th in the list of the greatest guitarists of all time according to Rolling Stone magazine. The Christianity of his family and…

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