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DJ Neal Veglio Gets Real About Life in Radio, the Creative Industries

23rd January 2017 No comments

People who have any type of career in entertainment often create a public persona on social media which portrays a lifestyle of glamour and opulence far removed from reality. Frequently we’ll see photos of exotic locations, expensive jewelry, designer clothing, and other things indicative of a lavish lifestyle. What many people fail to disclose is that so much […]

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Could Anyone Do For the U.S. What The Tragically Hip Did For Canada?

21st August 2016 No comments

We may be coming off the heels of the Olympic games but The Tragically Hip’s farewell show brought Canada together far more than any athletic event ever could. After the band announced in May that lead singer Gord Downie had been diagnosed with terminal brain cancer, the band decided to embark on a final tour […]

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Radiohead Perform "Creep" in Paris

24th May 2016 No comments

Every so often Radiohead acknowledge that “Creep” exists. Not hailing Pablo Honey as one of their greatest albums given what followed is understandable. That said, without “Creep” none of the rest of that music would have ever come to be. I loved it when it was released and I love it still. Even if they […]

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Music Stories Debuts on Facebook

5th November 2015 No comments

Earlier today Michael Cerda, Facebook’s Director of Product, announced the debut of a new music feature by the social media company. Music Stories allows users to share 30 second song previews from Apple Music and Spotify to their Facebook profiles. Users can also and purchase or save songs to their preferred music service. As of […]

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Happy Weekend: Johnny Cash Edition

12th September 2015 1 comment

Happy Saturday, everyone! Today marks twelve years since the death of one of our faaaaaaaavorites; Johnny Cash. While across the board I don’t tend to like most country music, Johnny Cash isn’t country. Johnny Cash is Johnny Cash. With his gravely voice, guitar, and his beloved June, Cash traveled the world and America’s prisons singing […]

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Exclusive Premier: Typhoid Rosie 'On the Day'

28th August 2015 2 comments

We’ve been excited about this for weeks and we finally get to share an exclusive track from the upcoming Typhoid Rosie album with all of you today! Highly perched on our list of most anticipated albums of 2015 is Hearts Bleed Goodbye by Brooklyn band Typhoid Rosie. In 2013 lead singer Rosie Rebel suffered the […]

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Happy Weekend: Gin Blossoms Edition

22nd August 2015 2 comments

Hello hello hello! We know we’ve been lax in the Happy Weekend posts over the past few weeks. Doing work for people who pay us their hard-earned money has usurped the less pressing matters at Thirty Roses HQ. It’s great that so many of you miss HW when it takes a break, though- we’re glad […]

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Ryan Adams to Cover Taylor Swift's '1989'

6th August 2015 No comments

The King of making any song amazing is at it again! Ryan Adams announced via Twitter that he’s going to be covering Taylor Swift’s 1989 album in its entirety. Never one to withhold excitement, Swift responded to a tweet from Hasief Ardiasyah which tagged both she and Adams. From there Adams and Swift shared a […]

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Rod Stewart Performs…Rod Stewart?

16th July 2015 No comments

*Disclaimer: I’m not what one would necessarily call a fan of Rod Stewart. That said, this is absolutely amazing. On the July 14th episode of The Late Late Show With James Corden, Rod Stewart joined the chat show host and the two drove around Los Angeles. During their sojourn the pair sang carpool karaoke to […]

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