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Rock Cellar Magazine
February 4, 2021
Eve 6 Rides the Wave of New Social Media Relevance with a New Song, ‘black nova,’ New EP Coming 6/25

If Eve 6 — the band responsible for 1998’s “heart in a blender” song — has been on your radar lately, it means you’re Very Online. The past few weeks...

Rock Cellar Magazine
January 25, 2021
From the Maker of ‘Prince as Birds,’ Here’s ‘David Bowie as Spiders,’ the Latest and Greatest Twitter Photo Series

Last week, the Twitter profile belonging to a U.K.-based comedy writer sprang forth with an idea: What if Prince, but birds? It was precisely the sort of social media irreverence...

Rock Cellar Magazine
January 18, 2021
A Series of Photos of ‘Prince as Birds’ (and Butterflies and Caterpillars!) May Be the Best Use of Twitter Ever

There’s a lot going on in the social media realm lately, plenty of headlines and heated debate about a number of topics — but this one’s about Prince. Specifically, this...

Rock Cellar Magazine
December 23, 2020
Twitter Phenomenon Dionne Warwick Has Her Own Billboard in NYC, Offering Sage Advice for 2021

It’s a simple message, put out to the world by the incomparable Dionne Warwick in mid-December. The 80-year-old singer/entertainer/legend has had an official Twitter account for years, but a recent...

Rock Cellar Magazine
December 22, 2020
Eve 6 is Turning Twitter Inside Out with ’90s Rock Trash Talk & Endless Queries About ‘The Heart in a Blender Song’

If you were even semi-conscious during the late 1990s, you heard “Inside Out” by Southern California-based alt/rock band Eve 6 no fewer than fifteen times per day. You remember the...

Rock Cellar Magazine
September 9, 2020
Geddy Lee of Rush Is Fine, if ‘A Bit Boring’ – His Cardboard Cutout at a Baseball Game Caused Him to Trend on Twitter

Social media is a gift and a curse. There are some that would argue it’s ONLY a curse on society, and they’d have a point — but overall, social media...

Rock Cellar Magazine
August 26, 2020
Turns Out, David Crosby is in Awe of Keith Richards Just Like the Rest of Us

We “regular people” look up to rock stars because of the lives we assume they lead. The larger-than-life heroes we immortalize with posters on our walls when we’re kids, emulate...

Rock Cellar Magazine
July 19, 2020
Linkin Park Got a Twitter Video from President Trump Pulled Over the Unauthorized Use of ‘In the End’

“In the End” is arguably the signature song of Linkin Park. The massively popular band recently saw the music video for the song, the breakaway hit from the group’s 2000...

Rock Cellar Magazine
June 10, 2020
Taylor Swift Issues Statement Supporting Black Lives Matter: ‘Changes MUST Be Made’

The Black Lives Matter movement and social protests over the past two weeks stemming from the May 25 killing of George Floyd at the hands of police in Minneapolis has...

Rock Cellar Magazine
December 2, 2019
Billie Eilish, Van Halen and Why It’s Actually OK for Some Folks to Not Be Familiar with That Thing You Like

Do you know who Billie Eilish is? If you don’t, you must do a great job actively ignoring modern music, as the 17-year-old singer has been *everywhere* since the release...