How does a band—and not just any band, mind you, but one that’s among the loudest and baddest to ever walk the earth—keep up the intensity decade after decade after decade?
After four years with the dynamic rockers Manchester Orchestra—and a few before that paying dues on the indie scene—
Don’t let the blues fool you—guitar slinger Joe Bonamassa’s drummer of choice can tackle just about any style you throw his way.
Bill Stevenson’s playing in Black Flag and the Descendents provided an archetype for hardcore drumming, making Stevenson perhaps the most influential player from the original West Coast punk scene.
This fearless drummer refuses to let anything get between him and his musical goals—not hard work, not the naysayers…
Since 2006, the music of the late, legendary Frank Zappa has been alive and well in the repertoire of Zappa Plays Zappa, a band led by Frank’s son Dweezil.
The Colourist plays pop music—but it’s pop with teeth. As you’re drawn in by the group’s sunny boy/girl vocals, you might miss some rather less-than-cheerful lyrics.