4th July 2011- Tribute to Led Zeppelin
23rd October- The Darkness are the band of the
Video of the week
This weeks chosen video is 'I Believe in a thing
called love' by The Darkness. This incredible
performance is live at Knebworth in 2003.
Here we have a newly discovered rock band
named Chemical Fusion. The band was recently
found by one of our editors on his daily tour through
youtube. In this video they cover House of the
Rising Sun by the Animals.
At Rock and Roll Centre we offer a place to read and discuss articles and reviews of bands and their albums as well as instruments new and old. As well we offer a place to enjoy some of the best handpicked Rock and Roll videos to enjoy and a place to talk with other Rock and Roll fans. Fans of the Multi-decade musical genre that hits like a 'Bat out of Hell'...
Rock and Roll is a way of life as much as it is a musical taste. Since the early stages of Rock music it has been a major part of our culture, the genre forever immortalised by the four elements of Rock the drums, bass and electric guitar, not to mention the fantastic showmanship of the frontmen in rock and roll groups like Mick Jagger of the Rolling Stones or Axl Rose of Guns 'n' Roses.
The Darkness are our chosen video of the week!
The energy and excitement of this band really make them a great Rock and Roll band.
Motley Crue are here. We take a look at this fantastic band from their formation in 1981 until present day.
The Darkness are truly all over Rock and Roll Centre this month, having earned themselves a place in our Rock and Roll hall of fame!
They are at Rock and Roll Centre. One of the biggest rock bands to walk this earth- Bon Jovi.
Here you will find help on learning the guitar and the first vital things to learn like open chords and scales!
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