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Rock Cellar Magazine | New Found Glory Announces ‘Sticks and Stones’ 20th Anniversary Tour ft. Four Year Strong and Be Well
February 15, 2022
New Found Glory Announces ‘Sticks and Stones’ 20th Anniversary Tour ft. Four Year Strong and Be Well

When Florida-based pop/punk band New Found Glory released their third full-length album, Sticks and Stones, in 2002, it was a massive boost to NFG’s popularity — and, likely, a significant...

Rock Cellar Magazine | New Found Glory: New Pop-Punk Christmas Album ‘December’s Here’ Out 12/3, Watch “Somber Christmas”
November 3, 2021
New Found Glory: New Pop-Punk Christmas Album ‘December’s Here’ Out 12/3, Watch “Somber Christmas”

Florida-based pop-punk veterans New Found Glory will release a new holiday album, December’s Here, on Dec. 3. Featuring 11 original Christmas songs, the collection continues the band’s trend of themed...

Rock Cellar Magazine | New Found Glory + Less Than Jake: ‘Pop Punk’s Still Not Dead’ 2021 Tour Dates Starting 8/31
August 19, 2021
New Found Glory + Less Than Jake: ‘Pop Punk’s Still Not Dead’ 2021 Tour Dates Starting 8/31

New Found Glory will embark on the Pop Punk’s Still Not Dead tour on Aug. 31, but the lineup has changed — Simple Plan, who was to co-headline with the...

Rock Cellar Magazine | Live Stream Concert Picks 12/18-12/20: Gordon Lightfoot, Josh Groban, Barenaked Ladies, Every Time I Die, Pearl Jam, Sarah Brightman, New Found Glory
December 17, 2020
Live Stream Concert Picks 12/18-12/20: Gordon Lightfoot, Josh Groban, Barenaked Ladies, Every Time I Die, Pearl Jam, Sarah Brightman, New Found Glory

We’re just one week away from Christmas — and, a few days after that, 2021. A new year is almost upon us, and this weekend will follow in the footsteps...

Rock Cellar Magazine | New Found Glory Announces ‘Home for the Holidays’ Live Stream Gig 12/18, Shares New Song ‘December’s Here’
December 1, 2020
New Found Glory Announces ‘Home for the Holidays’ Live Stream Gig 12/18, Shares New Song ‘December’s Here’

Pop-punk vets New Found Glory have kept plenty busy this year, even as the COVID-19 pandemic forced the band (which spends a significant part of any year on the road)...

Rock Cellar Magazine | Live Stream Concerts to Watch This Weekend 9/24-9/27: Farm Aid, Bonnaroo ‘Virtual ROO-ALITY,’ Ohana Festival 2020, Lisa Loeb, Lamb of God, New Found Glory, Wallows
September 24, 2020
Live Stream Concerts to Watch This Weekend 9/24-9/27: Farm Aid, Bonnaroo ‘Virtual ROO-ALITY,’ Ohana Festival 2020, Lisa Loeb, Lamb of God, New Found Glory, Wallows

It’s the weekend, again, which means one thing: There’s plenty of streaming events from the music world to keep you entertained at home while staying safe from the threat of COVID-19....

Rock Cellar Magazine | New Found Glory to Mark 20th Anniversary of 2000 Self-Titled Debut LP with Live Stream Gig 9/26
September 8, 2020
New Found Glory to Mark 20th Anniversary of 2000 Self-Titled Debut LP with Live Stream Gig 9/26

20 years ago this month, New Found Glory released its self-titled debut album via Drive-Thru Records. Very much a snapshot of the burgeoning pop-punk scene at the time, the album...

Rock Cellar Magazine | New Found Glory Earns a New Fan in New Video for the Catchy ‘Stay Awhile,’ from ‘Forever + Ever x Infinity’
July 2, 2020
New Found Glory Earns a New Fan in New Video for the Catchy ‘Stay Awhile,’ from ‘Forever + Ever x Infinity’

When New Found Glory is at its best, the pop-punk vets blend machine-gun guitar riffs with instantly memorable choruses — that’s at the core of what’s helped the Florida-based band...

Rock Cellar Magazine | New Found Glory’s New Back-to-Basics Album Shows Why They’ve Stuck Around ‘Forever + Ever x Infinity’ (Review/Listen)
June 18, 2020
New Found Glory’s New Back-to-Basics Album Shows Why They’ve Stuck Around ‘Forever + Ever x Infinity’ (Review/Listen)

Ten albums in, Florida-based pop/punk veterans New Found Glory know what they’re doing. We’re roughly two decades removed from the peak of Warped Tour culture and teens making the yearly...

Rock Cellar Magazine | New Found Glory to Play 40 Songs for Special Live Stream Gig to Celebrate Release of New Album on 6/19
June 5, 2020
New Found Glory to Play 40 Songs for Special Live Stream Gig to Celebrate Release of New Album on 6/19

Pop-punk veterans New Found Glory were supposed to be out on the road this summer supporting their new album,  Forever + Ever x Infinity, which will be released on June...

Rock Cellar Magazine | New Found Glory Premieres Mosh Pit-Ready Anthem, ‘Nothing to Say,’ from New LP Out 5/29
March 16, 2020
New Found Glory Premieres Mosh Pit-Ready Anthem, ‘Nothing to Say,’ from New LP Out 5/29

Pop-punk veterans New Found Glory recently premiered a new music video for “Greatest of All Time,” the lead single from the band’s new album, Forever + Ever x Infinity, which...

Rock Cellar Magazine | Pop-Punk Vets New Found Glory Premiere ‘Greatest of All Time’; New Album ‘Forever + Ever x Infinity’ Out 5/29
February 10, 2020
Pop-Punk Vets New Found Glory Premiere ‘Greatest of All Time’; New Album ‘Forever + Ever x Infinity’ Out 5/29

On Monday, pop-punk veterans New Found Glory premiered a new music video for “Greatest of All Time,” a song from the band’s upcoming studio album Forever + Ever x Infinity,...

Rock Cellar Magazine | Out Now: New Found Glory Tackle Music from ‘Frozen,’ ‘Twilight,’ ‘Shrek,’ ‘Back to the Future’ and More on New Covers EP ‘From the Screen to the Stereo 3’
May 3, 2019
Out Now: New Found Glory Tackle Music from ‘Frozen,’ ‘Twilight,’ ‘Shrek,’ ‘Back to the Future’ and More on New Covers EP ‘From the Screen to the Stereo 3’

In the early days of Florida-based pop/punk band New Found Glory‘s career, they became known as “the covers band,” according to singer Jordan Pundik, who said as much at the...

Rock Cellar Magazine | New Found Glory: ‘From the Screen to the Stereo 3’ EP Out This Friday; ‘Let It Go’ Cover/Video Released
April 29, 2019
New Found Glory: ‘From the Screen to the Stereo 3’ EP Out This Friday; ‘Let It Go’ Cover/Video Released

This Friday, May 3, pop-punk veterans New Found Glory will release From the Screen to the Stereo 3, a new EP of iconic songs from movies that is the third...

Rock Cellar Magazine | Watch New Found Glory’s New Video for Their ‘Eye of the Tiger’ Cover
April 9, 2019
Watch New Found Glory’s New Video for Their ‘Eye of the Tiger’ Cover

A question you may find yourself asking while watching New Found Glory‘s energetic new music video for their cover of the classic Rocky III theme “Eye of the Tiger,” originally...

Rock Cellar Magazine | New Found Glory Covered ‘This Is Me’ from ‘The Greatest Showman’ for Their New EP
March 19, 2019
New Found Glory Covered ‘This Is Me’ from ‘The Greatest Showman’ for Their New EP

Florida’s New Found Glory have premiered another song from their upcoming EP of movie theme songs, and this one’s just about perfect. “This Is Me” is one of the standout...

Rock Cellar Magazine | New Found Glory’s Video for Their ‘The Power of Love’ Cover is a Great ‘Back to the Future’ Tribute
February 20, 2019
New Found Glory’s Video for Their ‘The Power of Love’ Cover is a Great ‘Back to the Future’ Tribute

Pop-punk kings New Found Glory have been hard at work on another set of covers of some of the most beloved movie songs ever recorded, and on May 3 the...

Rock Cellar Magazine | Watch a Prank Gone Wrong (or Right?) in New Found Glory's New 'Happy Being Miserable' Video
February 16, 2017
Watch a Prank Gone Wrong (or Right?) in New Found Glory's New 'Happy Being Miserable' Video

Pop-punk kings New Found Glory premiered a music video for their new single, “Happy Being Miserable,” on Thursday morning. The song, taken from their upcoming album Makes Me Sick, is...

Rock Cellar Magazine | New Found Glory Announce New Album, 'Makes Me Sick,' Out 4/28
January 26, 2017
New Found Glory Announce New Album, 'Makes Me Sick,' Out 4/28

An already busy 2017 will get even busier for Florida-based pop/punk band New Found Glory. Already with plans for an extensive 20th anniversary tour that will find them performing several...

Rock Cellar Magazine | New Found Glory to Mark 20th Anniversary with Career-Spanning Full-Album Tour
December 8, 2016
New Found Glory to Mark 20th Anniversary with Career-Spanning Full-Album Tour

Pop-punk heroes New Found Glory have been doing their thing for quite some time — 20 years in fact — and with that anniversary coming up the band announced pretty...

Rock Cellar Magazine | Laurence Juber Q&A: New Albums ‘Selected Blends’ and ‘Journey to My Heartland’ with Dan Foliart; Paul McCartney & Wings Memories
June 20, 2022
Laurence Juber Q&A: New Albums ‘Selected Blends’ and ‘Journey to My Heartland’ with Dan Foliart; Paul McCartney & Wings Memories

Laurence Juber is a guitarist’s guitar player. Equally adept at conjuring roaring and accomplished electric or intricate and exquisite acoustic guitar lines, he’s an in-demand session guitar player and an...

Rock Cellar Magazine | Q&A: William Ryan Key on Taking a Leap with His New EP, Yellowcard’s Ups & Downs, Mental Health & Star Wars
February 3, 2022
Q&A: William Ryan Key on Taking a Leap with His New EP, Yellowcard’s Ups & Downs, Mental Health & Star Wars

William Ryan Key is, for lack of a better term, a key figure in pop/punk history. With Yellowcard, he hit a high note with 2003’s “Ocean Avenue,” a breakthrough single...

Rock Cellar Magazine | ‘Living on a Thin Line’: New Memoir from the Kinks’ Dave Davies Coming in 2022
December 15, 2021
‘Living on a Thin Line’: New Memoir from the Kinks’ Dave Davies Coming in 2022

Dave Davies of the Kinks announced 'Living on a Thin Line,' his memoir recounting "the ups and downs of my life in the Kinks and what happened afterwards."

Rock Cellar Magazine | Willie Nile Q&A: New LP ‘The Day the Earth Stood Still,’ Cinema, the Early Days of CBGB and More
October 11, 2021
Willie Nile Q&A: New LP ‘The Day the Earth Stood Still,’ Cinema, the Early Days of CBGB and More

During a career spanning more than 40 years and 14 studio albums, Willie Nile has flown slightly under the radar, despite luminaries like Pete Townshend, Bruce Springsteen, Roger McGuinn, Lou...

Rock Cellar Magazine | Listen to The Darkness’ New Song About a ‘Devoted Sex Robot’ — “Motorheart” Album Coming 11/19
August 12, 2021
Listen to The Darkness’ New Song About a ‘Devoted Sex Robot’ — “Motorheart” Album Coming 11/19

It’s hard to believe it’s almost been twenty years since English glam/rock band The Darkness emerged with 2003’s Permission To Land, a record that put the ensemble on the map...

Rock Cellar Magazine | Hear a New Acoustic Version of ‘Simmer,’ from Hayley Williams’ Upcoming ‘Self-Serenades’ EP Out 12/18
December 10, 2020
Hear a New Acoustic Version of ‘Simmer,’ from Hayley Williams’ Upcoming ‘Self-Serenades’ EP Out 12/18

Petals for Armor, the 2020 solo album from Hayley Williams, marked a stark departure from her time fronting Paramore. The album was a revelation, a powerful collection of eclectic material that...

Rock Cellar Magazine | ‘(What’s the Story) Morning Glory?’ at 25: Revisiting Oasis’ 1995 Album with Those Who Should Know
October 14, 2020
‘(What’s the Story) Morning Glory?’ at 25: Revisiting Oasis’ 1995 Album with Those Who Should Know

(What’s The Story) Morning Glory?, the second album from Oasis released to the masses in 1995, celebrated its 25th anniversary in early October. After bursting onto the British music scene...

Rock Cellar Magazine | The Go-Go’s: L.A. Punk-Rockers Turned ‘America’s Sweethearts’ Dish On Their New Documentary and Transcendent History
August 5, 2020
The Go-Go’s: L.A. Punk-Rockers Turned ‘America’s Sweethearts’ Dish On Their New Documentary and Transcendent History

In so many ways, The Go-Go’s owned the 1980s. Born out of the Los Angeles punk scene, the band quickly became “America’s Sweethearts,” as guitarist Charlotte Caffey recalls to Rock...

Rock Cellar Magazine | A History of Rock and Roll Biopics (Inspired by the New ‘Bohemian Rhapsody’ Film)
November 9, 2018
A History of Rock and Roll Biopics (Inspired by the New ‘Bohemian Rhapsody’ Film)

Hollywood has had a long love affair with pop stars. Considering their often outrageous personas, lifestyles, talent and high profiles, pop music figures are naturals for movie biographies about them,...

Rock Cellar Magazine | Watch Hayley Williams and Her Band Play Three ‘Petals for Armor’ Songs in an Energetic NPR Tiny Desk (Home) Concert
December 9, 2020
Watch Hayley Williams and Her Band Play Three ‘Petals for Armor’ Songs in an Energetic NPR Tiny Desk (Home) Concert

Released back in early May, Petals for Armor was a powerful, cohesive musical statement from Hayley Williams, her first solo album after years of records with the alt/indie-pop band Paramore....

Rock Cellar Magazine | Hot Chip Gave ‘Dead Horse’ by Hayley Williams a Frantic Dance Remix — and it Works (Listen)
June 19, 2020
Hot Chip Gave ‘Dead Horse’ by Hayley Williams a Frantic Dance Remix — and it Works (Listen)

In early May, Hayley Williams of Paramore stepped out on her own with her first official solo album, Petals for Armor — a deep collection of songs showcasing her versatility...

Rock Cellar Magazine | Hayley Williams is the First Woman to Hit No. 1 on the Billboard Rock Albums Chart Solo and With a Group, Thanks to ‘Petals for Armor’
May 21, 2020
Hayley Williams is the First Woman to Hit No. 1 on the Billboard Rock Albums Chart Solo and With a Group, Thanks to ‘Petals for Armor’

On May 8, singer/songwriter Hayley Williams released Petals for Armor, her first official solo album after five records as the front woman for alt/punk band Paramore. Two weeks later, the...

Rock Cellar Magazine | Arresting and Deeply Vulnerable, ‘Petals for Armor’ is a Resilient Exploration of Self-Care for Hayley Williams of Paramore (Listen/Review)
May 8, 2020
Arresting and Deeply Vulnerable, ‘Petals for Armor’ is a Resilient Exploration of Self-Care for Hayley Williams of Paramore (Listen/Review)

Listening to Petals for Armor, the new solo album from Hayley Williams, you might forget this is the artist who rose to fame as the lead singer for pop/punk/alt-rock band...

Rock Cellar Magazine | It’s the 20th Anniversary of Blink-182’s ‘Enema of the State’ Album — and Boy, Do I Feel Old
June 1, 2019
It’s the 20th Anniversary of Blink-182’s ‘Enema of the State’ Album — and Boy, Do I Feel Old

In May 1999, I was about to be a freshman in high school. It was during my high school years — which coincided with the heyday of “nu-metal” and all...

Rock Cellar Magazine | Story of the Year on Their Own Terms: ‘Wolves,’ Creative Freedom, and Touring with Linkin Park in 2004
January 12, 2018
Story of the Year on Their Own Terms: ‘Wolves,’ Creative Freedom, and Touring with Linkin Park in 2004

In 2003, St. Louis-based alt/punk band Story of the Year went national thanks to their breakout album, Page Avenue, and its single “Until the Day I Die.” Their profile elevated, they shined on...

Rock Cellar Magazine | Vans Warped Tour 2016 Kicks Off with Live Webcast, Diverse Lineup
June 24, 2016
Vans Warped Tour 2016 Kicks Off with Live Webcast, Diverse Lineup

Today, June 24, the Vans Warped Tour begins its annual run across North America with an eclectic lineup that blends up-and-coming acts with stalwarts of the scene. To celebrate the...

Rock Cellar Magazine | Oasis ‘Be Here Now’ at 25: The Bombastic 1997 Album Remembered By Those Who Were There
August 19, 2022
Oasis ‘Be Here Now’ at 25: The Bombastic 1997 Album Remembered By Those Who Were There

“I don’t know what people are talking about,” Liam Gallagher said in 2017. “I think it’s great.” I had asked the Oasis front man about Be Here Now, the Britpop...

Rock Cellar Magazine | “Perseverance and Patience”: Judas Priest Bassist Ian Hill on ’50 Heavy Metal Years,’ Anniversary Tour and Longevity
March 7, 2022
“Perseverance and Patience”: Judas Priest Bassist Ian Hill on ’50 Heavy Metal Years,’ Anniversary Tour and Longevity

Celebrating 50 years of service on the hard rock battlefield, Judas Priest is routinely championed as one of the most important and influential heavy rock bands in music history. Their...

Rock Cellar Magazine | ‘Oasis Knebworth 1996’: The Last Gig of its Kind, from Those Who Were There (Noel, Liam, ‘Bonehead,’ More)
September 20, 2021
‘Oasis Knebworth 1996’: The Last Gig of its Kind, from Those Who Were There (Noel, Liam, ‘Bonehead,’ More)

Oasis went from playing to a handful of fans on Tuesday nights in their hometown of Manchester in the early 1990s to 250,000+ at Knebworth Park in the summer of...

Rock Cellar Magazine | Raspberries: An Influential Case for the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame
February 22, 2021
Raspberries: An Influential Case for the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame

Why the Raspberries will ALWAYS matter to me, and why they SHOULD matter to you In early February, the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame announced its 2021 nominations. Carole...

Rock Cellar Magazine | Bruce Springsteen ‘Letter To You’ (Song-By-Song Breakdown)
February 16, 2021
Bruce Springsteen ‘Letter To You’ (Song-By-Song Breakdown)

The cycle of songs that form Letter To You, the new album from Bruce Springsteen, reveals a lot about his frame of mind. We’ve seen a flurry of activity from “The...

Rock Cellar Magazine | Neil Young Sells 50% of His Songwriting Catalog to Hipgnosis for an Estimated $150 Million
January 6, 2021
Neil Young Sells 50% of His Songwriting Catalog to Hipgnosis for an Estimated $150 Million

These are busy times for Hipgnosis Songs Fund, a London-based music management company. On Wednesday, it was reported that the company has acquired the rights to 50 percent of the...

Rock Cellar Magazine | I’m Still Standing: Guitarist Steve Hackett Forges Ahead with Autobiography, Live Album and More on the Way
September 15, 2020
I’m Still Standing: Guitarist Steve Hackett Forges Ahead with Autobiography, Live Album and More on the Way

Introducing Rock Cellar’s newest column, I’m Still Standing. Each month, we’ll visit with a veteran artist that you may not previously have known is still producing vibrant, new music and...

Rock Cellar Magazine | Q&A: Acclaimed Songwriters Franke Previte and Pamela Phillips Oland Discuss ‘One World,’ Their 1989 Peace Anthem Updated for the COVID-19 Era
August 18, 2020
Q&A: Acclaimed Songwriters Franke Previte and Pamela Phillips Oland Discuss ‘One World,’ Their 1989 Peace Anthem Updated for the COVID-19 Era

Franke Previte is an acclaimed singer/songwriter whose work with Franke and the Knockouts achieved success in the 1980s before he co-wrote the Dirty Dancing anthems “(I’ve Had) The Time of My Life,” “Hungry Eyes,” which...

Rock Cellar Magazine | Out Now: ‘One World,’ a Global Charity Recording Project Launched By Award-Winning Songwriter Franke Previte (Listen)
July 1, 2020
Out Now: ‘One World,’ a Global Charity Recording Project Launched By Award-Winning Songwriter Franke Previte (Listen)

Franke Previte is an acclaimed singer/songwriter whose work with Franke and the Knockouts achieved success in the 1980s before he co-wrote the Dirty Dancing anthems “(I’ve Had) The Time of...

Rock Cellar Magazine | Rest in Peace, Comedy Legend Jerry Stiller: 1927-2020
May 11, 2020
Rest in Peace, Comedy Legend Jerry Stiller: 1927-2020

Jerry Stiller, beloved actor and comedian and father of Ben Stiller, has passed away at the age of 92 from natural causes. Ben Stiller confirmed the news with a tweet...

Rock Cellar Magazine | Hear Billie Joe Armstrong Sing in Italian for His Latest #NoFunMondays Cover of Don Backy’s ‘Amico’
April 30, 2020
Hear Billie Joe Armstrong Sing in Italian for His Latest #NoFunMondays Cover of Don Backy’s ‘Amico’

Billie Joe Armstrong doesn’t care about rules, even if they’re rules he imposed himself, and that means this week we get a double-dose of #NoFunMondays, his weekly series of cover...

Rock Cellar Magazine | Turn Me On: Singer/Songwriter Cindy Lee Berryhill
January 14, 2020
Turn Me On: Singer/Songwriter Cindy Lee Berryhill

Singer-songwriter Cindy Lee Berryhill, equally influenced by the topical folk music of Greenwich Village and the expansive pop song cycles of Brian Wilson’s Smile period, seamlessly melded these influences with...

Rock Cellar Magazine | The Story of Oasis’ Groundbreaking Debut Album ‘Definitely Maybe,’ as Vibrant as Ever 25 Years Later
September 12, 2019
The Story of Oasis’ Groundbreaking Debut Album ‘Definitely Maybe,’ as Vibrant as Ever 25 Years Later

25 years after Oasis announced its arrival to the world, Noel and Liam Gallagher, Paul “Bonehead” Arthurs, Tony McCarroll, plus Creation Records head Alan McGee, DJ Gary Crowley and the Oasis...

Rock Cellar Magazine | The Beastie Boys Origin Story: Michael Diamond and Adam Horovitz on Their Roller-Coaster Career
October 30, 2018
The Beastie Boys Origin Story: Michael Diamond and Adam Horovitz on Their Roller-Coaster Career

Mike D. and Ad-Rock are just the same as when I first met them in the mid-80s. When I catch up with them at their Bowery hotel to discuss their...

Rock Cellar Magazine | The Reinvention of Noel Gallagher
December 13, 2017
The Reinvention of Noel Gallagher

Former Oasis guitarist and songwriter Noel Gallagher on his new album, not looking back, and his brother. “I couldn’t have done it without David,” Noel Gallagher says, generously giving credit to his...

Rock Cellar Magazine | Liam Gallagher Goes It Alone with ‘As You Were’ — The Interview
October 10, 2017
Liam Gallagher Goes It Alone with ‘As You Were’ — The Interview

“We went straight into Beady Eye from Oasis, and just for whatever reason it didn’t connect,” Liam Gallagher tells me, pining just a bit for the days of that other rock and...

Rock Cellar Magazine | Robbie Robertson’s ‘Testimony’ — The Interview
February 10, 2017
Robbie Robertson’s ‘Testimony’ — The Interview

They’re songs that sound like they’ve been around forever, timeless musical screeds drawing from a deep well of country, R&B, folk, gospel, roots rock, Dixieland jazz, and Tin Pan Alley....

Rock Cellar Magazine | On the Road, ‘Alone’ with Chrissie Hynde and the Pretenders
December 9, 2016
On the Road, ‘Alone’ with Chrissie Hynde and the Pretenders

“I adore her,” Chrissie Hynde says of fellow rock legend Stevie Nicks, on whose current tour Hynde’s band the Pretenders are filling the supporting slot. “Stevie’s shows are great, and...

Rock Cellar Magazine | Noel Gallagher and Dave Sardy on the Making of ‘Noel Gallagher’s High Flying Birds’
February 16, 2015
Noel Gallagher and Dave Sardy on the Making of ‘Noel Gallagher’s High Flying Birds’

With Chasing Yesterday out next month, Rock Cellar Magazine revisits Noel Gallagher’s first solo outing. “The great incentive for me is that when you’re working in LA, everybody in England...

Rock Cellar Magazine | Brian Wilson, Mike Love and Al Jardine of the Beach Boys – The Interview
September 14, 2013
Brian Wilson, Mike Love and Al Jardine of the Beach Boys – The Interview

Holed away in his family’s music room, 18 year-old Brian Wilson, future music genius/visionary of The Beach Boys, is cocooned safely in his private sanctuary, immersed in what would become...

Rock Cellar Magazine | April Album Reviews
April 2, 2013
April Album Reviews

Depeche Mode Black Rebel Motorcycle Club Low The Strokes Wire Justin Timberlake John Denver Tribute Mudhoney Depeche Mode – Delta Machine This is the blues – Depeche Mode-style – and...

Rock Cellar Magazine | Billy Corgan of Smashing Pumpkins Loves Indie Wrestling (Interview)
January 7, 2013
Billy Corgan of Smashing Pumpkins Loves Indie Wrestling (Interview)

Although Billy Corgan is best known as the enigmatic frontman of Smashing Pumpkins, lately he has turned his creative energy toward smashing of a different variety: flying elbow smashes, for...

Rock Cellar Magazine | “The Wrecking Crew” – The Best Music Documentary You’ve Never Seen!
January 4, 2013
“The Wrecking Crew” – The Best Music Documentary You’ve Never Seen!

Watching a screening of the music documentary The Wrecking Crew is like going 15 rounds with Manny Pacquiao: the HITS  just keep on comin’ and comin’ and comin.’ God Only Knows! Wichita Lineman! I...

Rock Cellar Magazine | October/November Album Reviews
October 11, 2012
October/November Album Reviews

Mumford & Sons KISS Neil Young & Crazy Horse Gary Clark Jr. Muse Dinosaur Jr. Aimee Mann   Mumford & Sons Babel When U2 made the Rattle and Hum album...

Rock Cellar Magazine | May Album Reviews
May 11, 2012
May Album Reviews

John Mayer Chimes of Freedom Silversun Pickups The Dandy Warhols Jack White Garbage Norah Jones Jay Farrar/Will Johnson/Anders Parker/Yim Yames John Mayer – Born and Raised In The Age of...

Rock Cellar Magazine | Rock vs. Baseball: Whose Hall of Fame is Worse?
January 12, 2012
Rock vs. Baseball: Whose Hall of Fame is Worse?

I love baseball.   I love music.   It would be hard to say who meant more to me as an 11 year old, the Beatles or Sandy Koufax.  Suffice to say...

Rock Cellar Magazine | Haskell Wexler:  Cinematographer / Activist is Candid As Ever
November 16, 2011
Haskell Wexler: Cinematographer / Activist is Candid As Ever

As one of Hollywood’s greatest cinematographers, the Chicago-born Haskell Wexler has worked on close to 150 films and been the director of photography for many of the world’s greatest directors....