Music Article Category

Touching Stories, Moving Music Make This Book Impossible to Put Down

Published:Thursday 12th of September | by Pamela Gossiaux

This interactive music anthology tells the power of music in the lives of people around the world. A collection of true-life stories, photos, art, and more tells the personal relationship with people and the music in their lives. A memorial, hard-to-put-down book, that allows you to listen as you read.

Alfred's Kid's Guitar Course - Book Review

Published:Thursday 12th of September | by Eddie Kisah

Teaching a kid to play guitar presents a different challenge for any guitar teacher. Often times, a guitar teacher will have to work out some sort of a method to suits their young student. A good guitar method book specially design for kids will certainly be a great help in this situation, and one book in particular is the "Alfred's Kid's Guitar Course", so let's see what this book has to offer.

Playing the Piano Just Got a Little Easier for Us Beginners - A Book Review

Published:Thursday 12th of September | by Lance Winslow

Playing the piano isn't easy, and if it were we'd all be doing it. Learning the basics of playing a piano isn't really all that hard if you will focus, but playing well is difficult and that requires a tremendous amount of practice and hard work. It takes dedication, perseverance, and the student must press on. Perhaps you'd like to learn the piano? If so there's a very good book I'd like to recommend to you.

The Hunger Games Soundtrack Review

Published:Thursday 12th of September | by Dan B. Morgan

The Hunger Games Soundtrack: Songs from District 12 and Beyond will be released March 20, 2012! This is such a highly anticipated, hyped-up soundtrack, and for good reason.

Ripped: How the Wired Generation Revolutionized Music Review

Published:Thursday 12th of September | by Nick J Peay

Ripped: How the Wired Generation Revolutionized Music is a fantastic look at the evolvement of music over the past 20 years or so. From the rise of indie bands like Death Cab for Cutie and Bright Eyes, to Prince's record label, to mp3's and the "pay what you want" model introduced by Radiohead and NineInch Nail's Trent Reznor.

Book Review: "The Chitlin' Circuit and the Road to Rock 'N' Roll"

Published:Thursday 12th of September | by Dana W Foster

"The Chitlin' Circuit and the Road to Rock 'N' Roll" by Preston Lauterbach is a great book for fans of music and history. It is a recommended read for anyone who appreciates the intersections of music and history. The book helps any music fan to share with others how today's popular music evolved. It can also help self-declared fans of any of the following music forms: rock, jazz, blues, and soul gain a greater appreciation of both current and past artists of those music genres.

Top 5 Myths About The Music Business

Published:Thursday 12th of September | by Isaac O Hughley

If you are involved in the entertainment business then you've probably heard a few tall tales. The following is a list of some of the top myths about the music business.

Divine Weeks

Published:Thursday 12th of September | by Allen Hott

First tour for a young band from Los Angeles. Sleeping on floors of friendly folks who came to their performances. Living like a nomad but loving it!!

Give Your Electric Guitar A Performance Upgrade

Published:Thursday 12th of September | by Jim J Ward

Not everyone can afford an all signing all dancing, top of the range electric guitar, but for some their current budget model is crying out for an upgrade. Here I go through some of the best ways to get more out of your current electric guitar.

The British Invasion: 1963-1969

Published:Thursday 12th of September | by Jim Serf

In 1963 rock 'n' roll was, well...rolling right along. But very soon, almost overnight it seemed, a wave of change was about to take place.

Justin Bieber - First Step 2 Forever: My Story

Published:Thursday 12th of September | by Nathan Jack Slater

Fans of Justin Beiber know that there are a number of books on him and his life, some even unauthorized. The book in question here though is one which has been made by Beiber himself, that is, the information in this one comes straight from Beiber and nowhere else.

Wonderful Tonight by Pattie Boyd - The Enhanced iBook

Published:Thursday 12th of September | by Frank Camel

The love triangle between The Beatle George Harrison, Eric Clapton & Pattie Boyd is the most famous in the history of music. Clapton's Layla tells all and opens up her memorabilia of never seen before letters & photos in this iBook. Includes a letter from John Lennon and exclusive videos by Rolling Stone Ronnie Wood...

Life by Keith Richards

Published:Thursday 12th of September | by Jay E Sweet

The autobiography of Keith Richards, the famous guitarist of rolling stones is out in the market and is ready to be consumed by fans worldwide. He has narrated the book in a very interesting, content rich and enjoyable manner. However, credit should be bestowed on the author James Fox for writing this book in a very acceptable and understandable manner.

The Phantom of the Opera by Gaston Leroux

Published:Thursday 12th of September | by J. Longford

Book Review: The Phantom of the Opera by Gaston Leroux. The Phantom of the opera is a well narrated horror, fiction, mystery, romance, adventure, in short a blend of various genres narrated beautifully into musical words. The story of the novel entails around the major characters that is, Erik, Christine and Raoul.

Guitar Aerobics by Troy Nelson

Published:Thursday 12th of September | by Nathan Jack Slater

Book Review: Guitar Aerobics by Troy Nelson. This book is an astonishingly good book except for the audio content that comes with it. I believe that the audio content could have been organised in a more easy to understand way. There are two CDs that come along with the book and the first one consists of audio tracks, one for each week which plays the different licks that you require for the week.

Decoded by Jay-Z

Published:Thursday 12th of September | by Zac Zebra

The book in question is more or less how to gain success no matter what life may throw at you. Jay-Z in fact is quite similar to the entrepreneurial master Warren Buffet and they both have similar independent thinking patterns. Both of these guys ignore what others say about them and they take your own steps in life.

The Chord Wheel - The Ultimate Tool for All Musicians

Published:Thursday 12th of September | by Nathan J Slater

Book Review: The Chord Wheel - The ultimate tool for all musicians by Jim Fleser. If you have ever tried to learn chord theory and keep it all in your head then you will know that you need a very good memory or years of practice before your brain has figured out what to do, the chord wheel decodes all this for beginners because it is a visual display, suitable for musical students and advanced musicians. Not really a book but an excellent little tool that comes with twelve pages of instructions.