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My opinion is that the era of rock music has not ended because we have seen in all other fields new artists coming and becoming established.
The journal also includes book and audio reviews which cover a similarly broad scope of rock music, again with a pre-1980 emphasis.
Subir Malik, Parikrama said, "We are excited about being featured in Zephyr, the emerging Rock Music hub.
Harley Rock Riders' 2010 chapter marks the beginning of our association with Indian rock music, so brace yourself for a lot more 'Music, Motorcycles and Mayhem' in the years to come.
Radio One DJ Bethan Elfyn, who has recently been recording a documentary on Welsh rock music, said pop music fans were more fickle when it comes to supporting a favourite artist.
He also wrote, edited and designed his own rock music fanzine Cleveland Rocks, as well as working for the then fledgling rock music magazine Kerrang.
The documentary ``American Hardcore'' charts the ear-splitting history of hardcore punk rock music.
Ushers handed out complementary ear plugs and fluorescent glow sticks for this communion service punctuated by the Irish band's rock music.
I can't imagine anyone who has ever loved British rock music over the last five to 50 years not loving the new Babyshambles record.
First prominent in the "Counterculture" of the 1960s and 70s, the phenomenon has become increasingly salient with the rise of right- wing-extremist rock music and racist skinhead violence in Europe since the fall of Communism.
Although, many people will acknowledge that the "original architects" of rock music were black (musicians such as Chuck Berry, Carl Perkins, Etta James and Little Richard), few may be aware that there are plenty of musicians today who are still rockin'.
Emack & Bolio's, the Boston-based ice cream store with rich rock music roots, has signed a lease for its newest location in New York City.