The Magical History Tour Brings the Beatles to Central New York, bringing fans and visitors down “Penny Lane” with the Fab Four.
History of the Staff
Seventh century music scholar Isidore of Seville said it was impossible to notate music. Boy, was he ever wrong: there is evidence that notation was practiced by the Egyptians in 3,000 BC. Ancient Greece also had a system, and other forms arose in China and Japan. Now you too can know the proper history of the staff.
One Way Out: The Inside History of the Allman Brothers Band
Until now, the real story of the Allman Brothers Band has never been told. One Way Out chronicles the journey from of the band from its formation in 1969 until today…
A Piano History Timeline
This Piano History Timeline starting from the 1700s to the 2000s hits on all the important dates from the birth to the modern day of the piano.
A History of Reggae
Reggae developed as a genre in the Jamaican ghettos during the late 1960s. It is characterized by a strong bass line, one-drop rhythm with accents on the third beat of each bar, and simple repetitive chord structures. Lyrics feature harmony, often in Jamaican dialect, sometimes with social or political themes.
Museum Celebrates Rich Local Rock N Roll History
On February 20th the Onondaga Historical Association (OHA) wanted to highlight these visits with their latest exhibit: The History of Rock ‘n Roll in Syracuse.
History of Instrument Makers: From Zildjian to Hohner, Fender, Marshall, and More
We’ve already covered some fun music factoids in our Rock and Roll Quiz and Jazz Quiz—now let’s look at the history of the musical instruments that made rock and jazz possible in the first place. Many of today’s big names in musical instruments and gear got their start more than 75 years ago. Some accidently […]
Rock and Roll History Quiz
If you have any fun trivia questions for us to add, please leave them in the comments! [WpProQuiz 1]