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Now spinning one of the records that got me hooked on Rock’N’Roll. Every song is a classic.

Tomorrow I'm back at Richmond's best rock n roll venue, The Corner Hotel supporting Melbourne locals -Tropical Fuck Storm! From 11pm till late 😎🎶🍹🎵💃🏽😊

Another killer score courtesy of . It's not mint. But it is pretty nice. Jacket still partially in original shrink, too. Another LP that I never owned back in the day. $10 + $4 shipping.

What a difference a week makes, one week is holding your hand in Blackpool 🤩 next you’re working 5pm-3am shifts on the police radio 🤓

Was weer een goed avondje in een tamelijk leeg met David Nance Group.

1 of 3 sets of prizes! • Diggin' The Roots double vinyl • Just for the Record vinyl • Pair of tickets to Summertime Swing on 4th Aug in Sussex Enter at Closes 30 Apr! . . .

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Throwback to when Greta played their final show of 2018 in Detroit and Josh was giving me Freddie Mercury vibes



Are you ready for some brand new Keith Richards? Here is the video for his new single titled “Big Town Playboy”. If you love your Rock meshed with a touch of the blues and the roots of rock ‘n roll then this is for you. Keith keeps it real!

Happy birthday to Roger Hodgson! Charles Roger Pomfret Hodgson was born on Mar. 21st 1950 and is a musician, singer and songwriter best known as the former co-frontman and founder member of progressive rock band Supertramp. He composed and sang the majority of the hits such as “Dreamer”, “Give a Little Bit”, “Breakfast in America”, “Take the Long Way Home and The Logical Song. He left Supertramp in 1983 and moved his family away from the Los Angeles music scene to live a simpler lifestyle close to nature and be home with his children as they were growing up. Hodgson returned to touring in 2001. He often writes about spiritual and philosophical topics, and his lyrics have been described as personal and meaningful

Hi, my precious babes and babettes! I’m currently looking for some strong and talented girls to start an all girl band called the Homemade Brothels with me and simultaneously be my best friends, and I honestly wouldn’t mind a punk rock or skater girlfriend either. Love y'all!

P.S. We will never meet in person because I have an extreme fear of the people on the internet, but we’ll figure something out when we’re making our songs!

Για λίγο να ζω,

να ονειρεύομαι για λίγο.

Για λίγο να καταστρέφομαι.

Για λίγο να πεθαίνω.

REO Speedwagon had the #1 song in the country with “Keep On Loving You” on this day, Mar. 21st, in 1981. The song first appeared on REO Speedwagon’s 1980 album ‘Hi Infidelity’. It was the 1st REO Speedwagon single to break the top 50 on the U.S. Billboard Hot 100 and their 1st #1 single.The single was certified Platinum for U.S. sales of over 1 million copies


Singing w/these badass musicians @theVIPERroom 2weeks ago for @thesunsetjam. ThanxX a million to the awesome @erikhimel for having me & to the amazing @ilariamusic for introducing us. Much love, guys & I let’s jam again soon! 🤘😜🖤 #rockshow #miafluxxx #erikhimel #theviperroom #thesunsetjam #rocknroll #punk #hardrock #grunge #legendary #singerforhire #jamsesh #musicianlife #livemusic #sessionmusician #hardrock #sessionsinger #hollywood #vocalist #singersongwriter #punkrockgirl #rocker #piercings #rockthefuckout #sunsetstrip #thedwarves #punkrock (at The Viper Room)

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On this day in Rock music history (Mar. 21st 1994)……YES (official) released their 14th studio album titled ‘Talk’. Recording began in late 1992 with the line-up of Jon Anderson, Trevor Rabin, Chris Squire, Alan White and Tony Kaye. Keyboardist Rick Wakeman was to be involved in the project before contractual problems led to his withdrawal.Talk was a mild commercial success upon its release, reaching #20 in the UK and #33 in the U.S, “The Calling” and “Walls” were released as singles that charted at #3 and #24 on the U.S. Hot Mainstream Rock chart, respectively

On this day in Rock music history (Mar. 21st 2000)….Dio released their 8th studio album titled ‘Magica’. It is a concept album and it marks the return of guitarist Craig Goldy, who also has performed on Dio’s album Dream Evil and in the later release Master of the Moon. Magica also features Jimmy Bain on bass and Simon Wright on drums. Band leader Ronnie James Dio produced the album.The album was originally planned to be the first part of a trilogy of concept albums, and shortly before beginning his tour with Heaven & Hell, Dio announced his intention to start the Magica II & III album after the tour’s end but he died shortly after of stomach cancer on May 16, 2010