Wednesday, September 29, 2010

Robert Plant Interview by Jeff Woods

My Sit Down With Robert Plant - Interview

Jeff Woods | September 27, 2010 3:15 pm

“Nothing is daunting for me but forever challenging,” says Robert Plant. “I have to be able to just get out there into the great drift of music and possibility, and hang onto great themes and ideas”.

When Robert Plant collected the 2009 Grammy for Album of the Year for Raising Sand, and five more for his work with singer Alison Krauss, it confirmed what has been apparent - that Plant is among the musicians of his generation whose appetite for musical innovation remains keen.

Plant chose to explore the territory unearthed with Raising Sand while working with a new group of musicians named after the combo he played with back in the Sixties. The new album, Band Of Joy, features intriguing new interpretations of songs from a wide range of sources, including Los Lobos, Richard Thompson, the Minnesota indie trio Low, Texan singer songwriter Townes Van Zandt, and others. Crucial to the new project was guitarist and co-producer Buddy Miller.

Band of Joy is now available pretty much everywhere you choose to buy music.

And now, so is my conversation with Robert right here, for free. Click on link below to read and hear this interview.

My sit down with Robert Plant

Tuesday, September 28, 2010

The Autumn Moon Lights My Way...A Treasury on Etsy

The Autumn Moon Lights My Way...A Treasury on Etsy

My Ramble on Leaves bracelet is featured on this Autumn themed treasury on Etsy. This treasury is named "The Autumn Moon Lights My Way" very Zeppelin influenced :) Have a look here.

This is my first time being featured on a treasury, so I'm very excited that someone loved the look of my bracelet to want to feature it. A big thank you goes out to the creator of the treasury SomeWheninTime. Visit her shop on Etsy!

Visit my shop both at Etsy and on Artfire for handmade jewelry by me Vamp! Bookmark and visit often as I add new pieces to the collection.

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Friday, September 24, 2010

The Season of The Witch

The Season of The Witch @ Mystic Rock Boutique

Summer's end, the harvest moon, Autumn begins...the veil is thinning between the realms with each passing day. Samhain is near, the witch's new year. The season of the witch is here. Come browse our magical items & celebrate the season. SAVE $5 on any order $30 & over - ends 9-30-10

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A little magic for only $5.99 - Light this gothic pillar on those dark stormy days & nights - magic at your finger tips. "Flame of light, element of Fire, protect me & mine with your magic tonight"

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Monday, September 20, 2010

Serious Rock n Roll Chic

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How to Achieve the Rocker Chick Look

How to Achieve the Rocker Chick Look
By Riz S. Davis

Sexy but rebellious, sophisticated but rugged, feminine but tough. That's what the "rocker chick" fashion is all about, the over all expression of style and individuality. You don't have to know how to play drums, or strum the guitar, or be a member of a rock band to sport this fashion, although it is apparent that women who are into rock music and bands tend to naturally acquire this sense of style.

There are a lot of ways to achieve the rock chic fashion:

1. Get some skinny jeans or torn leggings on. Faded and torn jeans give off that casual I-don't-give-a-damn attitude, while studded and leather leggings show off that sexy look.

2. Dress shirts, tank tops, rock band shirts, statements shirts and off-the-shoulder tops are the way to go, it doesn't matter if they're tight fit or very loose. The idea is to make a statement in whatever top you choose.

3. Draw attention to your feet! Whether it's a pair of Chuck Taylors, studded pumps, bright colored stilettos, or faded leather boots, the point is they have to grab attention.

4. No, they don't have to be black. While black is essential in achieving the rockstar look, you don't necessarily have to stick with that color alone. Don't be afraid to combine it with flashy colors - hot pink, electric blue, or bloody red - after all, rocker chick fashion is bold and daring.

5. Don't be afraid to put on animal printed jackets or coats with faux fur collars if you're in the mood for it. A leather jacket is a must. Often, it doesn't matter what you have underneath, the leather jacket alone is very rock and very chic as it is.

6. Accessories are important in achieving this rockstar look. Accessorize with over-sized watches, leather bracelets, long chain necklaces, studs and spikes.

7. Carry a loose metallic bag or a thrifted leather bag to finish off. You can also vandalize an old bag with writings, glitters and studs!

8. Most of all, just be your rockstar self. When you feel you're a rockstar at heart, you wouldn't have to try so hard the rocker chick in you will just show.

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Sunday, September 19, 2010

Punk Blondes have more fun

Punk Blondes have more fun

(Especially when they are the one and only Debbie Harry of Blondie. In her heyday she was the epitome of sex appeal cool and still today rocker girls try to emulate her ways that she made so cool back a few decades ago!)

Wednesday Jun 27 2007

If you think those Ray-Ban Wayfarers, waistcoat and hot pants you are sporting this summer are a completely original style, then just take a look at this picture of Debbie Harry - shot in 1977

With her trademark white-blonde hair and razor-sharp cheekbones, the pouting Blondie singer launched a unique brand of sex appeal when she first burst onto the music scene in the late 1970s.

Debbie Harry merged the raw, dirty heyday of punk with the clean angles of emerging New Wave pop and became an icon.

So it's no surprise that a modern day fashionista such as Kate Moss was keen to resurrect the look. Copy-Kate has been going into overdrive since Mossy modelled the waistcoat and hot pants combo at the Glastonbury music festival in 2005. Thanks to the high street and Kate’s own Top-shop line, her ‘festival-chic’ style has trickled down to the masses with thousands of Glasto-goers adopting the Blondie look at last weekend’s event

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Roger Waters The Wall Tour

Roger Waters The Wall Tour


20 - United Center, Chicago, IL
21 - United Center, Chicago, IL
23 - United Center, Chicago, IL
24 - United Center, Chicago, IL
26 - Consol Energy Center, Pittsburgh, PA
28 - Quicken Loans Arena, Cleveland OH
30 - TD Garden (Fleet Center), Boston, MA


1 - TD Garden (Fleet Center), Boston, MA
3 - TD Garden (Fleet Center), Boston, MA
5 - Madison Square Garden, New York, NY
6 - Madison Square Garden, New York, NY
8 - HSBC Arena, Buffalo, NY
10 - Verizon Center, Washington, DC
12 - Nassau Coliseum, Uniondale, NY
13 - Nassau Coliseum, Uniondale, NY
15 - XL Center, Hartford, CT
17 - Scotiabank Place, Kanata, ON
19 - Centre Bell, Montreal, QC
20 - Centre Bell, Montreal, QC
22 - Schottenstein Center, Columbus, OH
24 - Palace of Auburn Hills, Auburn Hills, MI
26 - Qwest Center, Omaha, NE
27 - Xcel Energy Center, Saint Paul, MN
29 - Scottrade Center, Saint Louis, MO
30 - Sprint Center, Kansas City, MO


3 - Izod Center, East Rutherford, NJ
4 - Izod Center, East Rutherford, NJ
6 - Madison Square Garden, New York, NY
8 - Wells Fargo Center, Philadelphia, PA
9 - Wells Fargo Center, Philadelphia, PA
11 - Wells Fargo Center, Philadelphia, PA
13 - Bank Atlantic Center, Fort Lauderdale, FL
14 - Bank Atlantic Center, Ford Lauderdale, FL
16 - St. Pete Times Forum, Tampa, FL
18 - Phillips Arena, Atlanta, GA
20 - Toyota Center, Houston, TX
21 - American Airlines Center, Dallas, TX
23 - Pepsi Center, Denver, CO
26 - MGM Grand Garden Arena, Las Vegas, NV
27 - US Airways Center, Phoenix, AZ
29 - Staples Center, Los Angeles, CA
30 - Staples Center, Los Angeles, CA


3 - Oracle Arena, Oakland, CA
5 - Staples Center, Los Angeles, CA
6 - HP Pavilion, San Jose, CA
8 - HP Pavilion, San Jose, CA
10 - Rogers Arena, Vancouver, BC
11 - Tacoma Doma, Tacoma, WA
13 - Honda Center, Anaheim, CA
14 - Honda Center, Anaheim, CA
18 - Palacio De Los Deportes, Mexico City, Mexico
19 - Palacio De Los Deportes, Mexico City, Mexico
21 - Palacio De Los Deportes, Mexico City, Mexico


21 - Atlantico Pavilion, Lisbon, Portugal
25 - Palacio De Deportes, Madrid, Spain
29 - Palau Sant Jordi, Barcelona, Spain


1 - Mediolanum Forum, Assago, Italy
2 - Mediolanum Forum, Assago, Italy
4 - Mediolanum Forum, Assago, Italy
5 - Mediolanum Forum, Assago, Italy
8 - Gelredome, Arnhem, Netherlands
9 - Gelredome, Arnhem, Netherlands
15 - O2 Arena, Prague, Czech Republic
18 - Atlas Arena, Lodz, Poland
19 - Atlas Arena, Lodz, Poland
23 - Olimpiisky Palace, Moscow, Russia
25 - SKK Arena, St. Petersburg, Russia
27 - Hartwall Arena, Helsinki, Finland
30 - Telenor Arena, Oslo, Norway


4 - Ericsson Globe Arena, Stockholm, Sweden
7 - Parken Stadium, Copenhagen, Denmark
11 - O2 Arena, London, UK
12 - O2 Arena, London, UK
14 - O2 Arena, London, UK
15 - O2 Arena, London, UK
17 - O2 Arena, London, UK
18 - O2 Arena, London, UK
20 - Manchester Evening News Arena, Manchester, UK
21 - Manchester Evening News Arena, Manchester, UK
23 - The O2, Dublin, Ireland
24 - The O2, Dublin, Ireland
27 - Antwerp Sportpaleis, Merksem, Belgium
28 - Antwerp Sportpaleis, Merksem, Belgium
30 - Palais Omnisports, Paris, France


3 - Sap Arena, Mannheim, Germany
4 - Sap Arena, Mannheim, Germany
6 - Hallenstadion, Zurich, Switzerland
7 - Hallenstadion, Zurich, Switzerland
10 - O2 World, Berlin, Germany
11 - O2 World, Hamburg, Germany
15 - O2 World, Berlin, Germany
16 - O2 World, Berlin, Germany
18 - Esprit Arena, Düsseldorf, Germany
28 - Manchester Evening News Arena, Manchester, UK
29 - Manchester Evening News Arena, Manchester, UK

Roger Waters is planning to make minor updates to The Wall to better reflect where he is in life.

“We had to deal with the fact that it was one thing for a man in his 30s to sing about his young adult life,” Waters told Rolling Stones. “But it’s something else to go on doing that when you’re in your 60s.”

He also mentioned that the show is “basically the same” as the tour Pink Floyd did in the late 70s, but “with a broader meaning.”

Friday, September 10, 2010