rock and roll

Steeleye Span – Bloody Men

by TW on December 4, 2008

I first stumbled onto Steeleye Span via their classic 1973 recording, A Parcel Of Rogues. One of the band’s greatest strengths is its ability to adroitly interweave traditional British folk music while maintaining a rock and roll edge. Since the mid-70s, various incarnations of Steeleye have come and gone, with vocalist Maddy Prior being the […]


Toronto’s Martin Popoff is to heavy metal what Alan Lomax was to American folk music. He is a chronicler and explorer of hard rock and metal, and probably knows more about the genre(s) than anyone else. He’s written book after book, following records and bands down paths that few others have traveled. Think you know […]