A Rolling Stones Concert Helped Identify My Depression

Haunted by the empty seat that should have been his girlfriend’s, Keith Anderson shares the moment he hates.

Eliminating Waste: 3 Ways to Reduce Excessive Spending During the Holidays

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.

Johnny Winter and the 1960’s Blues Resurgence

A tribute to Johnny Winter by Mark Ellis.


A wife falls apart, a marriage is broken, and a husband tries to pick up the pieces.

Michelle Malone’s ‘Acoustic Winter’ A Great Album For A Cold Evening

Atlanta based singer songwriter strips it down to guitar and vocals for new record.

10 Expansive Thoughts that are Good for the Soul

Lori Lothian has discovered some thoughts are more powerful than others.

Don’t Know What You Got Till It’s Gone

Tom Keifer on the illness that almost cost him his career and his long struggle back.

Young Beauty Seduces Until She Doesn’t

A London man is transfixed by a beautiful and young Ukrainian woman, marries her and is separated before he knows what happened.

33 Albums You Should Listen to Before You Die

Music you don’t have on your iPod … yet. Steve Jaeger’s got bold taste in movies, and albums, too.

Top 10 Most Recognizable Opening Piano Chords of All Time

Jamie Reidy reveals his Top 10 most recognizable Opening Piano/Keyboard Chords in Rock-n-Roll.

Dodging the Greatest Hits Graveyard

Ken Goldstein discusses the lesson in courage and vision that gets a company (or a performing artist) from one-hit wonder to sustainability even beyond “greatest hits.”

In Defense of Liking or Loving ‘Rush’

13 Year-old Paul S. explains why he loves the band Rush, even if loving them isn’t cool.

About a Boy and a (Temporarily) Secret Chord

You might not be able to teach your son to love music, Jason Fry writes, but you can still put him on the right paths.

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#musicmonday: the element of freedom [free mp3 downloads]

Free MP3s to download. What else do you really need to know?

The Grind

As a school-dance chaperone, Robert Barsanti spends the evening kicking out the hump-happy Swayze wannabes. His secret? He was more like them than he’d like to admit.