Stevie Ray Vaughan: Our Pride and Joy

The death of Stevie Ray Vaughan hit the blues world with the same intensity with which he played. Fans and legends mourned together the

Stevie Ray Vaughan: He Truly Was Number One

Stevie Ray Vaughan once said, “I’ve been trying to grow up some myself, in my heart, and it’s happening quick and I feel good

Stevie Ray Vaughan: 10 Things You Didn’t Know About SRV

The 35 year old guitar legend Stevie Ray Vaughan had a vast impact on the music, blues and guitar worlds in the short time

This Week in Rock Culture: August 27 – September 2

It is time for your weekly walk down memory lane! Today we’re back with another installment of Tribut’s This Week In Rock Culture where

Led Zeppelin: Popular Doesn’t Always Mean The Best

9 studio albums, twelve years, four guys, one band…Led Zeppelin. With a history like this one the amount of songs produced are limitless yet

Led Zeppelin: 13 Of The Best Tributes To Zeppelin

Countless musicians have cited Led Zeppelin as their inspiration or their reason for getting into music. No matter your age, you know that Led

Led Zeppelin: Wait, What Did He Say?

Songwriters are blessed with the ability to provide the lyrical soundtrack to our lives, so who are we to question their word choices right?

This Week in Rock Culture: August 20 – August 26

Alright ROCK ADDICTS! Let’s do this! Time for a quick flashback into the week of August 20 – August 26  in this week’s edition

The Six Performances We Wish We Saw Live

No matter how many times you watch the Woodstock documentary or listen to the live album it still does not make up for the

Woodstock: Bad Trips & Bad Attitudes

Woodstock wasn’t always all peace, love and flowers like we have been sold. Greed, safety hazards, and bands with egos are something that most