Tags » Rock & Roll

#12. Back in Black. 

Black. Noir. Nero. The colour black is a ceaseless classic; the subtle and simple embodiment of effortless style. For me, black has always been the staple tone that latched itself to my wardrobe, and the colour that I don’t ever seem to be able to part with in any choice of outfit. 232 more words


Day 261 - Louis Berry

A very quick post today – just to highlight Scouse rocker Louis Berry’s cracking new song 25 Reasons. 

I heard this just a couple of days ago, but I’m becoming a big fan already. 72 more words

On the Turning Away

It happened again–I had a religious experience while listening to a secular song. This time it was my favorite band, Pink Floyd–and their song, “On the Turning Away.” 678 more words


Somewhere Between Neil & Bob

As artists, the pragmatist sees financial collapse and starvation when we consider pursuing our passion. Artist, guitarist, writer, novelist is not a paid vocation for a lot of us, and even when it is, it requires artists to compromise to get paid…the hardcore guitar player tames himself to make a couple-a-hundred bucks playing in a wedding band on the weekends, a novelist acquiesces to a publisher’s request to add a Hollywood ending to sell his/her novel, a painter resorts to working in pastel earth tones and landscape scenes to sell his work as opposed to the black and blue, and blood red horrors of his or her/ heart . 1,138 more words



       The 1950s REALLY WAS a decade that was rockin’ & rollin’, as in the music of Rock & Roll that was both on the radio and in the charts that decade, featuring such artists as… 365 more words

Food & Drink

Rock & Roll

My Watercooler Blog Hop will post tonight at 9, but in the meantime, here’s a quick video for you. It’s a review of the “Rock & Roll” technique, which is a fun way to get a little extra depth and color to your projects without having to stamp twice. 58 more words

Stampin' Up