Keegan DeWitt came to New York City last month with every intention of giving the city his all. The Wild Cub frontman and mastermind has a background in film score, but he's as comfortable onstage as he is in the studio, and that's fortunate, if not essential, given the nature of his latest project. Suave and poppy like Tears for Fears, slick and dancey like Prince, derivative of neither, Wild Cub kick irresistible neo-New Wave jams that have made the Nashville quintet one of this year's most buzzed-about bands.
Who's the smirking boy with the high bangs and bow tie? When he became famous, he lost the bangs and tie, but he kept the smirk and added some tats. Lots of tats.
There are tons of movie stars who want to be rock stars. Way more than we could ever contain in a single Top 10 list. Whether they're doing it as a favor for a friend or they're fans of the music or maybe they just needed a quick paycheck, these big-screen stars never seem to be totally slumming. In fact, some of these cameos feature the actors' best performances in
This weekend, as everyone on the planet heads to theaters for 'Iron Man 3,' the 15 men on this list won't be among the popcorn-gobbling masses. Why? Because they're the Iron Men of Rock -- singing, strumming lifers who haven't got time to watch Robert Downey Jr. fly around and blow stuff up.
It goes without saying that Neil Young has been a tremendous influence on indie and alternative rockers the world over. Elements of his distinctive too-high Canadian howl, less-is-more guitar antics and sludgy
You’ve seen them at parties, lurking in the corner, waiting to engage in battle disguised as conversation. They’re indie rock know-it-alls, and no matter what band or musician you mention, they’ve got an opinion — strong and almost certainly negative — ready to ram down your throat
There are two reasons most people choose rock 'n' roll as a career: the free sex and the unlimited amounts of alcohol they can consume in pursuit of their rock 'n' roll dreams. We guess their love of music figures into it once in a while, too, but the majority of folks would probably take the sex and booze over creative freedom any day