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Drugs didn’t kill Elvis, it was his bad genetics: this is the new biography about the king of rock

“Where were you the day Elvis died?” The music journalist Lester Bangs wondered the day the king disappeared. The last years of the musician were marked by low physical form, scandals and his increasingly deteriorated physical appearance. When he sat down at the piano to play Unchained Melody At his last concert in 1977 in … Continue reading Drugs didn’t kill Elvis, it was his bad genetics: this is the new biography about the king of rock

‘Fury under the rock’ the story of a saga of musicians that began in the Civil War and that broke taboos in Spain

His story was that of some breakers, both inside and outside of music, who ended up falling almost into oblivion, as so often happens with national things. But The Rocking Boys the journalist vindicates them and recovers them now with a fictionalized chronicle Matías Uribe, author of the work Fury under the rock. This recently … Continue reading ‘Fury under the rock’ the story of a saga of musicians that began in the Civil War and that broke taboos in Spain

A bathtub with ice and a missing doctor: 50 years since the mysterious death of Jim Morrison

It is 50 years since the death of Jim Morrison, the enigmatic frontman and singer of The Doors. A death whose nature continues to raise unknowns: a corpse that was never seen, a forensic doctor who was never located and a possible escape from everything. Poet, translator and biographer, Alberto Manzano has dedicated extensive efforts … Continue reading A bathtub with ice and a missing doctor: 50 years since the mysterious death of Jim Morrison

Johnny Solinger, singer who replaced Sebastian Bach on Skid Row, has died

Johnny Solinger, the former singer of the heavy metal group Skid Row, has died this Saturday at 55 years of age because of a liver failure, as announced by the band itself. “We are saddened to hear the news of the death of our brother Johnny Solinger. Our thoughts go out to his family, friends … Continue reading Johnny Solinger, singer who replaced Sebastian Bach on Skid Row, has died

The new June 23 of Vetusta Morla: return to concerts 500 days later

The Madrid group is preparing its first concert since March 2020, 16 months in which it has taken the opportunity to “put the brakes on, assess everything with perspective” and to work on new projects Pucho and Guille Galvn, from Vetusta Morla.WILMA LORENZO When the next July 1 Old Morla step on a stage again, … Continue reading The new June 23 of Vetusta Morla: return to concerts 500 days later

Andrés Calamaro: "He who does not love Julio Iglesias does not even want his mother"

The Argentine surrounds himself with 19 fellow travelers to cover his songs in ‘Dios los cría’, his first job after confinement: “Those of the pandemic are not being the worst moments and we have fought in the worst places,” he says. Read . Disclaimer: If you need to update/edit/remove this news or article then please … Continue reading Andrés Calamaro: "He who does not love Julio Iglesias does not even want his mother"

More than a thousand rock bands unite in manifesto against fascism

More than a thousand rock bands united in a manifesto against racism, which was presented on Monday in Madrid, with the aim of creating a platform to fight “against this backward and intolerable ideology”. “For some time now, an ideology that has hatred and xenophobia as its pillars of thought has been gradually whitewashed. It’s … Continue reading More than a thousand rock bands unite in manifesto against fascism

Grupo Rio: Radio 1160’s strategy for “Televidente” to hit, the most painful show for Pocho and more secrets

Grupo Rio: Radio 1160’s strategy for “Televidente” to hit, the most unfortunate show for Pocho and the most secrets of the emblematic Peruvian group Peru | Rock | Peruvian rock | LIGHTS | THE PERU COMMERCE SubscribeStartLogin / Profile . Disclaimer: If you need to update/edit/remove this news or article then please contact our support … Continue reading Grupo Rio: Radio 1160’s strategy for “Televidente” to hit, the most painful show for Pocho and more secrets