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This past weekend, we headed for the rolling hills of Southeastern Ohio for the 10th annual Nelsonville Music Festival. Family-friendly, ecologically-minded and produced by the non-profit Stuart's Opera House, the festival aims to have an impact on the region ...Categories: Exhibit
In March 2014, the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and Museum invited fans around the globe to vote for the greatest festival moments in the history of rock and roll. Thousands of votes were cast, and when the results ...Categories: Hall of Fame, The Greatest Festivals in Rock and Roll History, Rock's Greatest Guitar Players, History of the Blues, History of Rock and Roll, Exhibit, Inductee
Much change was afoot in mid 90s Great Britain. The political winds shifted from Thatcher to Blair and Brit Pop became the soundtrack to a reinvigorated sense of identity. On the heels of their debut album, Definitely Maybe, Oasis’ performance ...Categories: Exhibit, History of Rock and Roll, The Beatles, The Greatest Festivals in Rock and Roll History, Hall of Fame, Rare Performances
In the time it took Bob Dylan and his hastily assembled band to play three songs, the course of popular music was changed forever. Dylan, the folk bard revealed his rock and roll roots in full. Any barriers that had ...Categories: Inside the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, Exhibit, History of Rock and Roll, The Greatest Festivals in Rock and Roll History, Inductee, Hall of Fame
No rapper had ever headlined a night at Glastonbury and Jay Z’s booking was subject to open opposition. Mocking the haters, he opened his set with covers of Oasis and Amy Winehouse songs. Jay Z proved the festival wasn ...Categories: Inside the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, Exhibit, Today in Rock, The Greatest Festivals in Rock and Roll History, Inductee, Rare Performances, History of Rock and Roll