Sergeant Hairclub

Rock Blog: Way Past His Teenage Wasteland

If you remember The Who in their prime - the 70s, when rock ruled the world - then you remember how much all the girls loved Roger Daltrey. He had the voice, he had the hair, and for his adoring female fans, he usually didn’t have a shirt. Like a professional bull rider, he used that mic cord as a...
Read More

Rock Blog: Kurt At 50

It’s no easy job being the face of a generation, as was Kurt Cobain in the 90s. At the height of Nirvana’s too brief career, Kurt, not handling fame and fortune very well, took his own life. A very, very dark day was April 5th, 1994. The only way I consider myself lucky at this time was to be...
Read More

Rock Blog: Love Stinks

Well it's that time of year again. Valentine’s Day! Chocolates, flowers, dinner reservations. Expensive ways to show that certain loved on how much you care. Nothing bad here because face it, you want her - or him - to feel like, “Hey now that's love." And then on Wednesday it's back another 364...
Read More

Rock Blog: Happy Birthday Axl!

Guns N’ Roses are in Australia right now, on a world tour that’s crushing every city it sets down in, with another three-hour romp of hits. Also today, Axl Rose, born William Bruce Rose Jr., celebrates the big 55! Happy Birthday Axl! Video of "Welcome To The Jungle" - Guns N&#...
Read More

Rock Blog: 1997 in Rock

So what do you say we go back 20 years. 1997. Remember it? Heaven’s Gate, Pol Pot, Timothy McVeigh, Titanic, and wait for it….the debut of…. CREED! But there was some great music in 1997 too. Here’s a snapshot of 6 great albums from 20 years ago: Radiohead / OK Computer. Their 3rd and best album...
Read More

Rock Blog: Eddie Van Halen turns 62

Eddie Van Halen turns 62 this Thursday. If you turn your mental clock back to February 1978 when the first Van Halen album came out, your first reaction should be, “Huh? No way!”. But yes…Way. Rock was changing in 1978. Heavyweights like Bruce Springsteen, Rush, Cheap Trick, The Who and The Rolling...
Read More

Rock Blog: Happy 68th Birthday To The Stones' Other Mick

Outside of the great Keith Richards, Rock and Roll’s greatest riff master, there have been 3 Rolling Stone lead guitar players. Ronnie Wood is always the first that comes to mind, and for good reason. He’s spent the most time with the band - some 42 years since he joined in 1975, and obviously he’s...
Read More

Rock Blog: ...And The Rock & Roll Hall Of Fame 2017 Inductees Are...

The Rock and Roll Hall of Fame Class of 2017 has been officially announced, and it starts in Seattle with Pearl Jam. It’s a smaller class than years past, because face it, at the rate that the Hall was going Justin Bieber would have been inducted by time he was 30 – and that would be sad. Very...
Read More

Rock Blog: 2016 - Heroes

With each passing week, 2016 became probably the most brutal year for the world of music. We lost an Eagle, a Prince, the 5th Beatle and The Thin White Duke. In no particular order, a rolecall for a great party in heaven. David Bowie . The Thin White Duke. Bowie never let mainstream trends dictate...
Read More

Rock Blog: Stevie Nicks Vs Chrissie Hynde

In this corner, hailing from Los Angeles, California, by way of Phoenix, Arizona, twirling a full-flowing wash of multi-color lace is the elusive, good Welsh Witch of the West, Stevie Nicks. And in the opposite corner, hailing from London, England, by way of Akron, Ohio, wearing the black t-shirt...
Read More

Pages