The Black MoodsRockBar Inc., ScottsdaleJune 15, 2013 Old Town Scottsdale came alive last night when The Black Moods blew the roof off Rockbar. On the street, the usual busy social scene of Scottsdale seemed mellow for a Saturday night. But inside, it was apparent word of mouth had spread, emptying ... More >>
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In a "Tangerine" mood.Given the nature of the tribute band game, acts usually wow or disgust. There's not much room for gray area. When it comes to the real legends and the emotional attachments fans have to their records, bands like Led Zeppelin, it's go big or go home. For example, "Achil ... More >>
How may we worship you, David Chang? David frickin' Chang? Chang the Man? Chang Minus Eng? Chingy-Chingy Chang-Chang? Dudes at Top Chef All-Stars on Bravo are clearly not messin' around, yo. As the chefs walk into the kitchen and see bad-ass David Chang, you can almost hear the sound of the ... More >>
Chef Jerry Alday of Nello's Pizza sees himself not as just a chef but an artist who's latest medium is food. "I actually wanted to be a rock star," Alday says, "A guitar player. Of course, everyone wanted to be Eddie Van Halen or Jimmy Gage from Zeppelin! But that didn't happen."
The White siblings. Cute as can be.Just when you think it isn't humanly possible to love Jack (and Meg) White more than you do, go see the new "rock doc", Under Great White Northern Lights. Not only will you love them a little more, but you'll also find them more interesting, endearing, and ... More >>
When you just have to keep a rock legend from swallowing his own tongue
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Philly kids Marah mine the sights and sounds of their hometown for a brilliant sophomore effort
If you build them a replica, they will come. Van Halen, AC/DC, Rush and Mötley Crüe tribute bands have more than just their members wigging out.
For 25 years, Bug Music has protected the rights of songwriters. In the process, they've gotten Willie Dixon's songs back from Led Zeppelin and transformed Iggy Pop into a TV-commercial composer.
Recently exhumed ancient handbook reveals the secrets to playing music and staying happy
It's do-or-die time for Joe "Soulman" Valiente and the most infamous band in the Valley
Trashman takes a fateful trip to the cinema
New tribute album illuminates the art of Rainer Ptacek
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