Vinyl records live on.

With the advent of compact discs and now digital music players the mainstream music world would have you think that vinyl records are dead and to a degree they are. I’ve seen vinyl records melted to make bowls, lampshades, cut up to make coasters and collages. I’ve seen them for sale for pennies at yard [...]

Raymond Scott

Raymond Scott was an extremely interesting music composer, instrument inventor, sound technician and professional musician. Raymond, his birth name was Harry Warnow, was born in Brooklyn New York in 1908(died in 1994). Gifted from the start Raymond attended the Julliard School of Music in NYC, graduating in 1931. After College his brother Mark Warnow helped [...]

Pat Benatar

Rarely has a pop chick rocked quite to the level of Pat Benatar. Patti truly was one of the pioneers in female contemporary rock vocals, especially if her shear amount of charting material is taken into consideration. Her accolades over her career are almost endless. Patti has won multiple Grammies over the years, multiple American [...]

Creedence Clearwater Revival

Creedence Clearwater Revival. I recall sometime in the late eighties when compact disc players were just becoming reasonable to purchase I was gifted a Sony Discman from my parents for Christmas. I was pretty damn stoked. For me it was the holy grail of Christmas presents, it even had the Mega bass switch! The only [...]

Jawbreaker

Jawbreaker was a punk rock band from San Francisco California. Jawbreaker was a three piece comprised of Blake Schwarzenbach, Chris Bauermeister and Adam Pfahler. All in all the band lasted from 1988 to 1996, a total of eight years. In that time they amassed a pretty good size following while nothing like some of their [...]