Rolling Stones’ Ronnie Wood’s 5 tips for new musicians.
Follow these tips, and you’ll be sure to be playing to millions around the world before you know it! OK, maybe not… but at least you’ll be able to appreciate your career choice a little more.
‘Sweet Child ‘O Someone Else’?
Check out the videos below; the first is “Unpublished Critics” by the band Australian Crawl, released a few years before Guns N’ Roses’ debut album Appetite For Destruction, which contained the hit ‘Sweet Child ‘O Mine’. Do you think that there’s a similarity? Interestingly, both Australian Crawl’s ‘Sirocco’ album and Appetite For Destruction were released in North America by Geffen Records… you’d think that somebody would have noticed the similarities.
Rush kicks of their final ‘large scale’ tour.
Check out what surprises they had in store for fans in Tulsa, Oklahoma. to kick off their R40 tour:
Apparently, we stop caring about new music at the age of… 33.
That’s right… a new study finds that we enter our ‘Dad Rock’ years–defined as the age where we stop trying to keep up with what’s new in music–at the age of 33. That’ll make you feel young or old, depending on your point of view. Did you stop caring about new music in your early 30’s?
Read more about the study here: http://bit.ly/1QFpkog