How a local drummer scored a gig with the Who but had only four hours to learn 'Quadrophenia'
The Who Honda Center January 28, 2013 At halftime of Super Bowl XLIV, which aired on CBS, The Who arguably hit their lowest point as band. The rock vets were branded as stiff, boring and, dare we say it, over-the-hill. Naysayers snickered that the band should have hanged it up years ago and that th ... More >>
OC Music Awards Showcase: Night 3 The Slide Bar Rock-N-Roll Cafe January 22, 2013 The OC Music Awards Showcase continued it's excursion on the quest to find OC's best live band for night three at the Slidebar Rock-N-Roll Cafe in downtown Fullerton. To test the nominated bands originality, stage pre ... More >>
This week's Top Five are from Left of the Dial Records, 1065 Pacific Coast Highway in Seal Beach, (562) 598-3666. The prized number-one spot this is awarded to David Bowie's iconic concept album The Rise and Fall of Ziggy Stardust and the Spiders from Mars.
After nearly two years of both tragedy and triumph on the home front, Irvine's favorite post-hardcore band work it all out with their new album, 'Major/Minor'
Keith Moon, drummer of the Who, died 33 years ago today in 1978. The man contributed a great deal to rock and roll, from naming one of the greatest classic rock acts, creating awesome collaborations with his legendary contemporaries, or setting the precedent for the decadence of the rock star lif ... More >>
Christopher Victorio/OC WeeklyCheck out very cool images from our Aerosmith slideshow here (including a great shot of Tyler's footwear of choice).Aerosmith and Cheap TrickJuly 29, 2010Verizon Wireless AmphitheaterIt was hard to decide with whom to be more disappointed--the rock band 20 years past ... More >>
Walker St. (just south of Orangethorpe) to Kennedy HS parking lot (Crescent and Walker)
Heres hoping the Who dont die before you get old
Rakims lyrics of fury
Dead Meadow down in the deeps
Return of the returning Rentals
Duck Season, Failure to Launch, The Hills Have Eyes, The Libertine, Quality of Life, The Shaggy Dog
Jan. 18 - Jan. 24
How Bob Seger took a silver bullet for you
The Intelligista do it again
The rock & roll hall of pain
The Intelligista get out into the light
Its not just a band, its an adventure
And Al Green has risen at the Long Beach Blues Fest
Fourteen years ago, the creator of Real Women Have Curves dumped my ass
And its because of the rolling blackouts
The rock & roll tragedies that should have been
Buddy the Insult Comic Critic