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A History of Rolling Stone Magazine

A History of Rolling Stone Magazine

In January of 2017, Rolling Stone Magazine celebrated their 50th anniversary. The magazine began in 1967 when a handful of hopefuls wanted to start a rock n’ roll magazine.

Learning New Instruments as an Adult: Go For It!

Learning New Instruments as an Adult: Go For It!

Music has been my life since I was very young, but that doesn’t mean I’ve reached a plateau. Part of being a musician is realizing that there’s always more to learn. Right now, I’m learning to play the piano.

Is Rock Music Really Dying?

Is Rock Music Really Dying?

Rock music has had a tidal pattern of popularity, but it has yet to disappear completely. And so far, it’s come back every time a journalist has considered it dead. To put it simply: Rock music will never truly die.

Introducing Your Children to the World of Music

Introducing Your Children to the World of Music

Music can be a great way to bond and connect with your children throughout their lives. In addition to teaching them about your music tastes, you might even begin appreciating different music they introduce you to.

Best Guitars on the Market Today

Best Guitars on the Market Today

As technology and experience make the production of guitars easier and more affordable, many musicians question what kind of impact this might have on the quality of the guitars hitting the market today. Fortunately, guitarists are likely to find that they are spoiled...

A Brief History of 1960’s Rockers

A Brief History of 1960’s Rockers

The 1960’s were a revolutionary time for rock music. It’s when everyone realized the genre wasn’t just a fad, and it evolved to become an embodiment of freedoms, experimentation and political righteousness.

Gibson Filing for Bankruptcy: What’s the Deal?

Gibson Filing for Bankruptcy: What’s the Deal?

For years, Gibson has made some of the most iconic guitars in history. Although the company has recently filed for bankruptcy, don’t think that means they are doomed to fail. Here’s a look at the details behind Gibson’s decision.