Category Archives: Tributes

Montrose Did What He Wanted To Do (1947 – 2012)

Rock guitarist and God Ronnie Montrose died Saturday, March 3 at age 64 at his home in Millbrae, Calif. Known for his self-named band Montrose and tunes such as Rock the Nation, Bad Motor Scooter and Rock Candy, Montrose is being mourned throughout the rock community on radio stations and online as hundreds of fans are posting personal concert pictures and tributes on his ... Read More »

We’ll All Meet At The Station – Davy Jones Celebrated

How do you bid farewell to someone who is part of your memories and inspirations, your laughter and your youth? By celebrating their contributions and spirit. Davy Jones may have left us in body from a heart attack on February 29, 2012, but nothing else about him is gone. Never in the history of my use of the internet have ... Read More »

Could The Lost Soul of Amy Winehouse Have Been Saved?

It’s sad and bittersweet to write an article about the passing of Amy Winehouse.  While the passing of this lost soul is a great loss to her family and the music industry, we can only hope she has finally found the peace and love she could not find in sobriety.  Winehouse, who died this past weekend at the age of ... Read More »

Toxic Goo Guns: Shooting for Change

There is a long-standing assumption that people in the music industry live a hedonistic, self-absorbed, drug-laced, “rock n roll” lifestyle. And we love them for it – this is where our rock and roll dreams come from, where the lure of sex, drugs and rock and roll brings out the guitar smashing rock god in all of us. We love ... Read More »

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