Tag: Led Zeppelin

“PLAY IT LOUD: INSTRUMENTS OF ROCK AND ROLL” AT THE MET SHOWCASES MEMORABLE INSTRUMENTS FROM ICONIC MUSICIANS

"Play it Out Loud: Instruments of Rock & Roll" On view: April 8–October 1, 2019 The Met Fifth Avenue Floor 1, Gallery 199 New York City  "Instruments are some of the most personal objects connected to musicians, but as audience members we are primarily used to seeing them from far away, up on a stage…

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COBI: THE MUSICIAN MIXING FOLK, ROCK, AND VULNERABILITY

Cobi is getting back to the roots of music. Tapping on political turmoil in the form of r&b, blues, and classic rock, his tunes delve into a broader theme that touches on human vulnerability. His debut solo single, "Don't You Cry For Me," was released in May 2016 and hit No. 1 on Spotify's Viral…

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WHERE HAVE ALL THE GOOD BANDS GONE?

Not to discredit the popular music artists of today, but where have the good bands gone? It seems that with the rise of social media, self-made musicians getting famous on YouTube, popular tv shows like The Voice, and America's fixation with DJs and hip-hop artists, big name bands producing chart-topping singles have gone the way…

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ARE THE 1960S COMING BACK?

The 1960s will always be an era that is looked back on fondly for its signature fashion, its art, and its music. As of 2014, a respective half-century later, figureheads in pop culture are making  very strong references back to the 'flower power' age - we have Mad Men, Mumford & Sons, Diane von Furstenberg, and so many…

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