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  • Documentary “It Might Get Loud” Praises Guitar Gods

    Rock fans will be excited to learn about the new ‘It Might Get Loud’ music documentary that was recently premiered at the Los Angeles Film Festival. The documentary explores the diverse ...

  • Polaris Music Prize Winner Crowned

    Every year the Polaris Music Prize is given to the artists who released the best Canadian albums between June and May. Unlike with other music awards, the winner is not selected according to ...

  • FIB Heineken : Get Ready to Party

    Music and entertainment lovers will want to start making plans to get to Spain now if they don’t want to miss out on the country’s biggest and best festival. The FIB Heineken festival is set ...

  • Human Expose

    How and when did music begin? This is a difficult question with a complex answer. In a way perhaps music was not created but discovered. It must have always existed in a nascent form which took ...

  • Sammy Hagar and Aerosmith Tour

    The iconic rock band Aerosmith has just completed a successful tour called "Cocked, Locked, Ready To Rock", and have now confirmed another sixteen dates. The tour will kick off on 23 July ...

  • Fleetwood Mac on Tour

    As a band, Fleetwood Mac has had a long and successful career since its formation in London in 1967. The relationship between band members has been tumultuous at times, with some of its best ...

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RESOURCES AND ARTICLES

  • Voice Training for Musicians

    There are many people who have a natural singing ability, and whether you are one of them or not, voice training can help you to reach your full potential and will also teach you the best way to use your voice to safeguard it.The techniques used for voice training may vary from teacher to teacher, and you may want to explore your options to find out which works best for you. Voice ...

  • Music Recording Basics for Musicians

  • Musicians Guide to Punk Music

    Like many musical styles, Punk isn't just a genre of music but an entire culture. Slang made the term “punk” a reference to a juvenile delinquent, and in the seventies, it somehow became associated with garage bands who played with a simplistic style and very little excess electronic fluff of the pop bands. Some of these punk bands recordings were often crudely done with an ordinary cassette ...

  • Musicians Guide to Reggae Music

    Jamaican Reggae is a product of both R&B and Ska. As was the case with Ska, some have said that Jamaican music was the direct result of bad radio reception. Even though there is no evidence to support this, some have said that Jamaicans would attempt to imitate the R&B and Rock and Roll music on their radios, and their attempts ended up with a distinct beat all unto itself. This was the ...

  • Please Sign Our Guestbook

    If you've enjoyed visiting us why not take the time out to sign our guestbook? It is great to hear from users what they think of our site and to know when they visited us. We appreciate any feedback about the website but if you have a lot to say, the forum page is a much better place to express your views. It only takes a minute to sign our guestbook so go ahead and tell us how much you've ...

  • Where to Shop for Musical Instruments, Music and other Music products

    You may be looking to buy a musical instrument, or perhaps a book on playing the violin, but you don't know where to look. Where to Shop will provide a brief overview of where various musical products can be found.

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