Author Bryce Huffman

  • Bryce Huffman

    Bryce Huffman is as silly as a fourth grader, yet can be mature when he needs to be. When he’s not working, he’s writing poems, listening to music, or arguing about sports with his friends. You can always talk to him on Twitter, Facebook, or just in person as long as you don’t say anything bad about the Red Wings.

 

Five Things That Remind Us Of Tommy Lee

Happy 52nd Birthday Tommy Lee! In only 52 years of life, the Motley Crue drummer has had enough partying, touring, and relationships for a lifetime. Here are five things that always remind us of Tommy Lee. Read more...

Slash Taking Over Sunset Strip in September

He owned the Sunset Strip with Guns N’ Roses, and now nearly three decades later, Slash is going to take over the West Hollywood clubs that helped build his legend. Read more...

Green Day’s Mike Dirnt Producing Indie Film

Rock stars often branch out from doing music when they have enjoyed a lot of success. Mike Dirnt of Green Day is no different. Read more...

Slash Receiving Guitar Legend Award

The legendary guitarist Slash will be adding to his trophy collection after this year’s Gibson Brands AP Music Awards. Read more...

Weezer Announces New Album Release and Tour

Weezer has been making albums for 20 years, and they aren’t done yet. The band announced their ninth album will be released this September. Read more...

Top 5 Workaholics In Rock

July 5th is National Workaholics Day! In honor of this “holiday,” we’d like to recognize rock and roll’s biggest workaholics. Here’s our top five: Read more...

Lemmy and Slash: Rock Star BFFs

It’s no secret that Motorhead’s Lemmy Kilmister has been struggling with some health issues recently, but some of his buddies made a point to visit him while he was recovering from defibrillator implant surgery. Read more...

Linkin Park Post New Video For “Until It’s Gone”

In preparation for their upcoming album, Linkin Park released their music video for their new single “Until It’s Gone” yesterday through the band’s Facebook page. Read more...

The Strokes Perform at the Governors Ball

The Strokes didn't tour in the time following their 2013 album Comedown Machine so their performance at the 2014 Governors Ball was one of the first times fans have seen them live in over a year. Read more...

Top 5 Albums of 1994

Wow was 1994 a crazy year. The NHL locked out players, Nancy Kerrigan took one to the knee and we lost Kurt Cobain. But there were also lots of bright spots in 1994, including some great music. We think these five albums were stood out 20 years ago and still rock today Read more...




 


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