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| Customer Spotlight: Paul Bell, Singer-Songwriter|
Singer/Songwriter Paul Bell was the winner of our Fender Jaguar HH competition last year, so we're pleased to hear back from him. He's releasing a free download single to mark Marriage Week UK.
WAR CHILD ‘HEROES’: NEW vs OLD, part 2: The Hold Steady
‘War Child: Heroes’ is the ultimate covers album: an unprecedented coming together of music’s greatest ever legends and today’s best artists in support of a great cause. All this week we look at the key instruments used by the artists in both the original classic tracks and the modern reworkings put together by today’s acts. Plus we talk to the acts involved about the album.
Nine Inch Nails may have changed the Business Model for Music, It’s FREE
Since completing his earlier major record label contract, musician Trent Reznor has been experimenting with a variety of new and unique business models for his band,
Blink-182 reform for new album and tour
The band choose the Grammys to make their comeback announcement
Ian Broudie:Guitars, Elevator and his new album
One of Britain’s best loved guitar pop acts The Lightning Seeds are on the comeback trail with their first new album in a decade due for release.
Pete Doherty New Album Tracks - Hear Them Now!
Besides featuring a world exclusive interview with Pete Doherty, Clash magazine's website also features exclusive album streams from Pete Doherty’s debut solo album, ‘Grace/Wastelands’.
Patrick Wolf, Bandstocks and the new Digital age
In one of 2008’s less surprising twists, Patrick Wolf parted company with his record label a few months ago and is now going it alone and embracing The DIY Dream and all that sort of stuff. It’s very fashionable these days, we hear.
Noel Gallagher On Guitar Hero
Ever outspoken Oasis guitarist Noel Gallagher has slain another sacred cow
Audiolife could be the next big platform for independent artists.
With Audiolife, you can sell all of your digital and physical products – downloads, ringtones, CDs, and merchandise- directly to your fans on an unlimited number of websites, blogs and social networks.
Ireland’s biggest ISP agrees to a 3 strikes disconnection
The great copyright debate contiues with a move forward from Ireland.
The Return Of The "Boss": Glorious Times For Bruce Springsteen
The past few months have been quite busy for Bruce Springsteen, a.k.a The Boss: gig for Barack Obama, Super Bowl show, Golden Globe award, Oscar and Grammy nominations, and a well-received new album.
Justin Meldal-Johnson Interview
Justin Meldal-Johnsen is the session bass player, musical director, producer and general go-to guy for the worlds top musicians.
Spinal Tap recording new material
The Greatest Band On Earth Ever is back! Time to turn it up to 11!
Alicia Keys signature sound for Yamaha
The multi-platinum R&B artist Alicia Keys and Yamaha have announced a collaboration, which will see Keys’ ‘signature’ piano tones included in future products, the first of which has already been released.
Remembering Ritchie Valens
Everyone knows about Buddy Holly, but Ritchie Valens, who died at the same tragic airplane crash on 3rd february 1959, also left his mark in rock'n'roll...
The 5 Phases of Jeff Beck
The recent release of the new Gibson Les Paul Oxblood Jeff Beck signature has brought the guitar legend back to the spotlight. Here's a look at teh 5 stages of his remarkable career.
Dolphin Music Guide to: Indie Rock
Indie Rock is a term given originally to artists of independent status. In other words bands who ran themselves
AC/DC and Iron Maiden bring heavy metal back to the Brit Awards
The two bands, which were at the peak of their fame 25 years ago, were nominated alongside contemporary acts such as the Killers, the Verve and Kings of Leon.
The Day The Music Died: 50 Years Without Buddly Holly
Buddy Holly is one of the most influential pioneers of rock and roll. From The Beatles to Weezer, many have been inspired by his work. 50 years from his tragic death in a plane crash, we remember his work.
"Solid Air” Singer-Songwriter John Martyn Dead at 60
British singer-songwriter John Martyn, best known for his 1973 album Solid Air, died today, January 29th, at the age of 60. A note on Martyn’s official Website reads, “With heavy heart and an unbearable sense of loss we must announce that John died this morning.
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