Conversations with the Masters: The VintageRock.com Interviews on Kindle

The first edition of Conversations with the Masters: The VintageRock.com Interviews was released in 2017 as a limited-edition coffee-table book. Sadly, the first edition is no longer available. Now, the...

Five Rock Legends Who Rock Sunglasses

In rock n’ roll, a rockstar’s look can be almost as recognizable as their music. If you check out our “100 Greatest Rock Musicians (Plus 50 Honorable Mentions) & Their...

“You Must Be Having Fun” – Stop Making Sense at 40

By Ira Kantor It’s been the length of my college education since I’ve last set foot in a movie theater. But the opportunity to see the Talking Heads in IMAX? Heat...

Ghost Hounds: On The Loose & Haunting The Charts

By Shawn Perry This isn’t Ghost Hounds’ first rodeo, but it might just be their best showing. I can sense that as I enter the inner sanctum of Gibson’s 10th...

I Love Grunge – Book Excerpt

By Greg Prato Throughout rock history, there have been certain times that a specific location spawned a multitude of bands that helped shift the course of popular music. Case in...

Little Richard: I Am Everything – Film Review

There is no question that Little Richard was a rock and roll pioneer. “I’m the one who started it all,” he once said. As the documentary Little Richard: I...

100 Greatest Rock Musicians (Plus 50 Honorable Mentions) & Their Hits

By David Barwinski There is nothing like rock and roll. The sound, the lyrics, the dress, the attitude, the live performances, forever changed the world. Rockabilly, rock and roll (a...

Record Store Day Spring 2023: Pick 6 Previews

Spring is in the air and Record Store Day is once again upon music fans. As usual, there are loads of special RSD releases coming to an independent record...

The 100 Greatest Songs Of Heavy Metal – Book Excerpt

By Greg Prato Did you ever wonder what the 100 greatest songs of heavy metal are? If so, I’m willing to provide some assistance, with the first entry in the...

Lanegan – Book Excerpt

By Greg Prato Many consider the “Big 4” of grunge to be Nirvana, Pearl Jam, Soundgarden, and Alice in Chains. However, if there was a “Big 5,” the Screaming Trees...