Download Festival unveiled no less than 64 bands for next year’s festival! After his triumphant return earlier this yearnow 64 bands have been confirmed for the UK’s biggest rock and metal festival, which celebrates its 20th anniversary in 2023. The headliners of the huge announcement are in the lead METALLICwhoRead More →

The Google Pixel Watch is an amazing piece of hardware that puts things like notifications from a connected Android phone, as well as popular Google apps and more, at your fingertips. But it’s also a fitness watch with full Fitbit integration, so you can launch workouts right from the screen,Read More →

popular korean pop group BTS announced that it was going on hiatus on Monday, a move that came as a bit of a surprise and will likely have some fans saying “Life Goes On,” like the band’s hit song. What happened: K-pop group BTS saw their management agency Hybe Co.Read More →

Hi Jersey groups, welcome back. The Gaslight Anthem show on Saturday October 8th at the PNC Bank Arts Center in Holmdel is the latest of the reunion and reunion shows for the state bands that rose to national fame in the late 90s and early 90s. post-hardcore, emo, shouto andRead More →

Lyrics by James Robertson This week, meet Ben and Scott from Divers, experimental indie rockers who bring their creativity to their gigs. Completed by Jack on bass and Tom on drums, Divers released their second EP The sensory edition earlier this year and supported Flyying Colors and the Terrys, proudRead More →

In Spanish, “primavera” means spring, but like Barcelona’s inaugural LA version, Spain’s Primavera Sound Festival hit the town this past (late) summer weekend, there was nothing seasonal. Groups were flourishing though, especially for those of us who like the idea festivals and the musical discovery they promise, but who knowRead More →

As one of Fitbit’s latest smartwatches, the Fitbit Sense 2 builds heavily on the first generation of Fitbit Sense. New Sense sports upgrades like a continuous EDA sensor to track your skin’s activity throughout the day, a thinner and lighter design, and the addition of a physical button. But oneRead More →

by Best Classic Bands Staff Queen Elizabeth II at Balmoral Castle in Scotland, September 6, 2022 (Pool photo: Jane Barlow) The passing of Queen Elizabeth II on September 8, 2022 sparked an immediate outpouring of love and respect from the entertainment world. Britain’s oldest reigning monarch had celebrated her platinumRead More →

You shouldn’t expect every musician to make the same classic album every time they walk into the studio. Nobody has a perfect average, and you’re bound to want to switch things up and give your listeners something different that they wouldn’t normally expect from you. It’s always nice when itRead More →

For Mayda Miller, communication and connectedness manifests itself through music. “Everyone understands music. I mean, no matter what; how old are you – even a baby knows what the beat sounds like. Miller, who just plays like Mayda, speaks several different languages, including but not limited to: funk, pop, soul,Read More →

One of the biggest calling cards that comes with rock and roll music is its bad attitude. For all the feel-good songs about the party that are sprinkled throughout the mix, you have to remember that this was music designed to piss off your parents, and that rebellious spirit stillRead More →

Friendship day is finally here, and you have to celebrate the beautiful day by being with your best friends and hanging out with them for shopping, movies, dinners, etc. Friendship Day provides an opportunity to celebrate the sweetest bond you share with your best friends. expressing your love and careRead More →

Tournament of Roses President and President Amy Wainscott presents invitation flags to eight local marching bands. MWC photo by Mike Leischner WAUSAU, WI (WSAU) – Eight Central and Northwoods Wisconsin high schools will band together to form the 430-member Northwoods Marching Band at the prestigious Tournament of Roses Parade nextRead More →

E-40 performs at BottleRock Napa Valley at the Napa Valley Expo on May 26, 2018. Chloe Catajan/STAFF. While you’re reading this, assuming you’re reading this on Saturday, I’m at BottleRock Napa. I say. I keep giving up festival coverage because of my increasingly useless body form that crumbles faster thanRead More →

A new exhibit from the Michigan State University Museum features artwork created by members of the Waganakising Odawa, known today as the Little Traverse Bay Bands of Odawa Indians. The exhibition entitled “Kindred” showcases Odawa arts and crafts. This includes ceramics, basketwork and beadwork. Liz Erlewine, one of the exhibit’sRead More →

(Amy Leonard for The Cullman Tribune) CULLMAN, Alabama – The Cullman High School Band performed their annual spring concert Thursday night at Cullman High School. In a packed auditorium, the band, symphony orchestra and jazz orchestra played musical selections to their families, friends and community members. “We’re happy to beRead More →

The 41st Annual Pork and Bands was a resounding success on Saturday night. The annual fundraiser drew a large crowd of people ready to enjoy the live music and great food provided by High Roller BBQ. There were many different performances showcasing the talent and hard work of the WinterRead More →