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Rock Cellar Magazine
July 20, 2022
Gary Clark Jr. Keeping Busy with Fall 2022 Tour, New Album and ‘Elvis’ Cameo Appearance

This fall, four-time Grammy Award-winning musician/guitarist Gary Clark Jr. will head out on a headlining tour of North America, a run of shows that includes a handful of high-profile festival...


Rock Cellar Magazine
June 27, 2022
There’s a New, Free 24/7 Elvis Presley Streaming Channel — Here’s How to Watch

The Elvis Presley Channel is a new streaming channel available now, just in time for the anticipated release of Baz Luhrmann’s new Elvis biopic, which arrived in theaters this past...


Rock Cellar Magazine
June 24, 2022
Out Now: Stream the Soundtrack to Baz Luhrmann’s ‘Elvis’ Biopic, ft. Eminem, Jack White, Doja Cat, More

Today, June 24, director Baz Luhrmann’s new Elvis Presley biopic, Elvis, arrives in theaters nationwide. A very anticipated big-screen depiction of “The King” (portrayed by actor Austin Butler, with Tom...


Rock Cellar Magazine
May 25, 2022
‘Elvis’ Star Austin Butler Was Hospitalized After Film Wrapped: “My Body Just Started Shutting Down”

One of the most intriguing elements of what we’ve seen thus far from director Baz Luhrmann’s upcoming Elvis Presley biopic Elvis is the performance of its star, Austin Butler. Through...


Rock Cellar Magazine
March 4, 2022
Take a Ride Through Las Vegas in Wallows’ New Video for “At The End of the Day”; New Album 3/25

Wallows, the three-piece indie/pop band featuring actor Dylan Minnette (one of the stars of the latest Scream film and Netflix’s 13 Reasons Why), Braeden Lemasters, an actor known for roles such as Men of...


Rock Cellar Magazine
February 17, 2022
Preview ‘Elvis,’ Baz Luhrmann’s New Elvis Presley Biopic in Theaters 6/24 — Starring Austin Butler and Tom Hanks

Back in July of 2019, it was confirmed that actor Austin Butler (from Arrow and The Carrie Diaries and Quentin Tarantino’s Once Upon a Time in Hollywood, among other roles) had...


Rock Cellar Magazine
March 12, 2020
Robbie Robertson: ‘Sinematic,’ ‘Once Were Brothers’ and Friendship with Martin Scorsese (The Interview)

It’s 2020, and rock and roll icon Robbie Robertson is busier than ever. A new solo album, Sinematic, acclaimed work on the Martin Scorcese’s mobster film The Irishman and a...


Rock Cellar Magazine
December 12, 2019
‘London Calling’ By the Clash At 40: Contextualizing an All-Time Classic Record

London Calling, the seminal 1979 record from The Clash, turns 40 years old this month, and still sounds as fresh, as groundbreaking and as genre-bending as ever. The sounds that...


Rock Cellar Magazine
August 1, 2019
Creedence Clearwater Revival’s Doug Clifford on CCR’s Woodstock Performance Finally Seeing the Light of Day

In an unprecedented span of just four years between 1968-1972, Creedence Clearwater Revival owned the record charts, selling more records than the Beatles for two years in a row (1969...


Rock Cellar Magazine
June 25, 2019
‘Play It Loud’ Brings Rock’s Most Iconic Instruments to the Metropolitan Museum of Art

“What’s the Joker doing in the Met?” guitarist Steve Miller, who was instrumental in helping put the show together, joked after seeing the Metropolitan Museum of Art’s new exhibition “Play...