The land down under can be tough to wrap your head around. It’s a continent, a country and an island. In terms of land mass, it’s close in size to the continental USA. Still, its population is less than that of Texas. The citizens drink big beers, use strange slang words, and eat something called Vegemite. But beyond the many stereotypes, Australia also has a thriving music scene.
Rock bands and liquor have historically gone hand in hand, so it’s no surprise to find a wide array of songs both inspired by and written about drinking. Whether it’s a party track designed to get fans raising their glasses, or a somewhat sobering look at the way alcohol can cause problems, many great songs would not exist without the muse of booze.
For most people, becoming a famous rock star is achievement enough. Music is their passion and the creative rewards satisfy them fully. Yet there remain a select few who strive for more. Their talent and determination drives them to succeed in every endeavor they pursue. You may call these multi-tasking rockers overachievers, but we call them "double threats."
Red Hot Chili Peppers have delivered some phenomenal music videos over their 30-year career. The band has pushed visual boundaries, enlisted award winning directors, and even allowed themselves to be animated all in the name of art. And though there are few continuous themes that run from video to video, one thing is evident when looking at their catalogue: this band sure loves being shirtless.
Emerging from a flood of blinding light, Sick Puppies immediately launched into a high-octane set of pulsating hard rock songs. The trio, made up of singer/guitarist Shim Moore, bassist Emma Anzai, and drummer Mark Goodwin, clearly brought their A-game, as their forceful brand of music captured the Hollywood crowd.
Black Label Society have released the music video for their cover of the bluesy classic ‘Ain’t No Sunshine.’ Though the music stays true to the melancholy tone of the Bill Withers original, the video heads in the opposite direction.
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