Top New Trends For Rock Music In The 2020’s

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Towards the end of every decade, a couple of artists emerge with something different, that leads to new trends for the following decade. In 1969, Led Zeppelin took the final step towards what became heavy metal, which Black Sabbath unleashed upon the 1970’s. In the late 1970’s, Van Halen took the world by storm, leading to a guitar explosion in the 1980’s, with one path towards glam …

Live Nation Concerts Presents Live From Home

Live Nation wants to keep you entertained while their venues are unable to host concerts and other events during these trying times. They have introduced “Live From Home” as a source of information about daily live streams across all platforms from some of your favorite artists.

Just because we’re keeping our distance doesn’t mean the music has to stop. Join us daily for live streams from around the globe — follow artists live from their …

Cross Genre Collaboration Version of ‘Blue On Black’ Benefits Gary Sinise Foundation

Five Finger Death Punch
“ BLUE ON BLACK ”
Feat. Kenny Wayne Shepherd, Brantley Gilbert
And Brian May
Most Important Country Rock Collaboration In Years
Garners Massive Global Impact After Only 5 days
Video For “Blue On Black” Hits 9 Million Views
Single Launches At #2 On iTunes All Genres Chart Worldwide,
#2 and #3 On German And U.K. Rock Charts
“Blue On Black” Amassed Over 500K On-Demand Streams
#1 Most-Added Song At Rock Radio

Brantley Gilbert Rocks the Rust Belt to 50,000+ Fans

The rain may’ve come down on Friday, but that didn’t stop Brantley Gilbert’s fans – 16,018 strong – from descending on Cleveland’s Blossom Music Center for a night of industrial strength country rocked hard and the BG Nation filling the lawn for over two hours of the songs torn from the South Georgia songwriter’s life. Up the road in Indianapolis, they were sold out in advance – 22,513 people – packed in at the …

Brantley Gilbert Rocks 30,000; Named to Rolling Stone’s Best Albums of 2017

Brantley Gilbert and the ones who like him really like him! It’s not just a single – although “The Ones That Like Me” is currently climbing the Country Radio charts – it’s a way of life for the kicked back South Georgia songwriter. He rocked the faces off 17,696 members of the BG Nation Friday night (7/7) at Charlotte, NC’s PNC Music Pavilion, then rolled into Alpharetta, GA (7/8) to play to a near capacity …