The Rolling Stones are in the midst of another world tour. As hard as it is to believe, the Stones are still bringing their hits to sold out stadiums across the globe. Iconic front man Mick Jagger just turned 78 Continue reading SportsChump’s Summer Concert Series, Part V: Bands, Identities, Medical Procedures and the Charlie Watts Hypothetical
I love lists. I am drawn to them like a moth to a flame. An eternal flame. When Sirius/XM and Billboard decided they were going to take an entire weekend and count down the top 500 songs of the 1980s, Continue reading And the best song of the 1980s is…
A few things have come to light after hosting the first two rounds of this contest to end all rock contests. A quick look at our Sweet Emotion Sixteen, which we’ll get to in just a bit, doesn’t hold all Continue reading SportsChump’s Great American Band Contest turns 16
March may be over but the madness, my friends, is just beginning. For the longest time, I’ve debated over which is the greatest American rock-and-roll act of all time. After all, despite Grammy awards won, albums sold and number one Continue reading And the greatest American rock-and-roll band of all time is….
“I don’t know exactly what John Oates does but I can tell you Darryl Hall never had a hit record without him.” -Chris Rock, Total Blackout Tour, 2017 I hit the Doobie Brothers/Chicago concert the other night at Tampa’s most Continue reading Rock and racial profiling