April 19, 2021

When a birthday party in the Bronx became the birthplace of Hip Hop

In the Bronx in 1967 the 18-storey and 102-unit apartment building on 1520 Sedgwick Avenue stood finished. Located in the Morris Heights neighborhood and overlooking the […]
February 4, 2021

The last ever concert to be graced by Jeff Buckley

In the 90s, Memphis’ music scene was about to change location. Up through the 80s the infamous Antenna Club was the place where countercultures had flourished. […]
January 25, 2021

An old movie theatre in New York becomes “The Church of Rock and Roll”

The Fillmore East music venue opened in 1968, in a building built for cinema and theatre. Built in 1926, the theatre on 105 Second Avenue had […]
December 9, 2020

U2 kicks of their American dream, underneath a DC Freeway

In October of 1980, U2 releases their debut album ‘Boy’. To months later, the band is already in the United States, for a handful of support […]
November 12, 2020

A magical place in Soho – where, for a time, everyone played

Some places are meant for greater things. The Marquee Club is one of them! In 1958 Harold Pendleton opened the doors to his new club at […]
August 5, 2020

A gig at an old hotel in Seattle, pays for the gas to take Nirvana to LA to record Nevermind

It’s spring time in Seattle of 1991, and Nirvana has a new drummer, his name is Dave Grohl, and for the last six month since his […]