By: StingrayWed, 03/18/2020
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By: StingrayWed, 03/18/2020
Jetzt mit unseren Apps konstenlos Musik genießen!

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By: StingrayTue, 03/17/2020
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By: LucilleTue, 04/16/2019
Meet Gospel Queen: Tasha Cobbs Leonard

Stingray Qello just released an exclusive concert video of GRAMMY Award-winning worship singer-songwriter Tasha Cobbs Leonard. The spectacular show, entitled Heart. Passion. Pursuit.: Live at Passion City Church, was recorded in 2018 in Atlanta, and is now available on all Stingray Qello’s platforms.

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By: KurtMon, 06/11/2018
The Gift of Dad Rock | Father’s Day

This Father’s Day, give in to “dad rock” and indulge your dad. Do it to the soundtrack of his rebel youth. Hang out together and let him tell you his cool stories, no matter how many times you’ve heard them before.

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By: KurtTue, 04/24/2018
The Britpop Phenomenon

The big four Britpop bands who brought pop back to music when they felt it was needed were – Suede, Blur, Pulp and Oasis. Here are four of the defining songs of the Britpop era.

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Pop
By: KurtTue, 04/10/2018
Boy Bands – A Love Story

Like most things beloved by teen girls, boy bands have always had a bad rap among music journalists, music snobs and well, most guys. Our brains are hardwired to take great pleasure in the music we love, and diversity is a good thing, right? Music never hurt anybody.

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Pop
By: KurtWed, 03/28/2018
Hair Metal Madness: Back to the ‘80s

In the '80s, back when both the music and hair were big, you could swing your long locks while playing air guitar well before the game Guitar Hero came along. Pull on your spandex, spray on the aqua net, and read up on the history of the gods of hair metal.

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By: Ben Fong-TorresTue, 10/03/2017
Tom Petty: The Last DJ

It’s too easy, because it’s too true: Tom Petty, the Heartbreaker, died of a broken heart and, in doing so, broke a world of hearts, of friends, peers and fans who just assumed he’d be here forever.

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By: Ben Fong-TorresMon, 07/03/2017
Remembering the Summer of Love, 50 Years After

In 1987, the San Francisco Chronicle noted the 20th anniversary with several articles, including this one, which I’ve edited for space. I have not updated it but should note that since then, we’ve lost three of the people I spoke with: Bill Graham, Jerry Garcia, and Paul Kantner.

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