The sounds all around you are clues to who you are and what to be grateful for.
Louise Thayer lost her father at 16, but she remembers his music—and his love.
Did David Bowie have any idea how many lives he touched, and in how many ways?
Flood the Drummer® presents ‘Blizzard Beats 2016’
Art, passion, black culture. Anthony Carter says these are the things dreams are made of.
Jesse Kornbluth reviews A Village Lost and Found by Brian May.
Having kids understand the significance of Martin Luther King is a desire of many parents. Here is a great song that helps that endeavor. Teach it to your sons today.
Author Jay Cradeur explores themes of a man’s life with the words of poet warrior musician Tom Petty (with video links).
To hell with the stereotypical husband. Artistic ones have so much to teach us.
Author Jay Cradeur shares his love of music and it’s influence on the creative process.
Author Jay Cradeur shares a few simple strategies to reduce spending and increase the love you share and feel during the ever-increasing commercialized holiday season.
Celebrate the holidays by doing something that really matters. And don’t forget to turn up the volume.
Nothing like a very happy drummer to keep you entertained.
“I’m Afraid of Americans” was first released as a single in 1997, on David Bowie’s album Earthling. It’s making the rounds on the internet lately, usually with a one-word commentary: “apropos”.