John Deacon Joins Queen: 50th Anniversary

March 1, 2021, marks the 50th Anniversary of John Deacon, the bassist, joins the famous British Rock band, Queen. His bass sound added a bold touch and edge to the group's music. He wrote hits like Another One Bites The Dust, I Want to Break Free, You're My Best Friend, and more! He also co-wrote other classics Under … Continue reading John Deacon Joins Queen: 50th Anniversary

Glass Tiger- Don’t Forget Me (When I’m Gone) -35th Anniversary

January 27, 2021, marks the 35th Anniversary of Glass Tiger's classic hit entitled. Don't Forget Me (When I'm Gone).  The music is Rock/Pop. The song has excellent use of the guitar, played by Al Connelly. The composition is fantastic and has a timeless sound. Jim Vallance produced this tune. The rhythm is lovely and wavy that's … Continue reading Glass Tiger- Don’t Forget Me (When I’m Gone) -35th Anniversary

Paul McCartney’s latest album McCartney III

British singer Paul McCartney has released a new album, his 18th, entitled McCartney III, released December 18, 2020. The themes are love, heartbreak, and life in general. The music is Rock. There's a 60s vibe, a psychedelic one, to be exact, with a modern component. The compositions are bold and intricate. The instruments in the albums … Continue reading Paul McCartney’s latest album McCartney III

Throwback Thursdays: Queen – Thank God It’s Christmas

November 26, 1984, Queen released a Christmas single entitled Thank God It's Christmas.  The song is about spreading joy during the holiday season. Brian May and Roger Taylor wrote and composed this Holiday tune. The music is Rock. The ballad is beautiful with a lovely mix of instruments: the guitar, the drums and bass. The rhythm is … Continue reading Throwback Thursdays: Queen – Thank God It’s Christmas

Queen’s First Public Performance: 50th Anniversary

July 18, 2020, marks the 50th Anniversary of Queen's first proper gig at the Imperial College London in the Union Hall. It was a private showing, according to sources. Queen's guitarist Brian May was a student at Imperial College London, studying Physics. He was part of the entertainment committee. The Union Hall was the turning … Continue reading Queen’s First Public Performance: 50th Anniversary