Graham Hartmann is a 33-year-old music addict with a taste for punk, metal and the touch of a keyboard. He is the current Senior Writer for Loudwire, producer of each YouTube Loud List and is the creator and host of our 'Wikipedia: Fact or Fiction?' series. Graham has been active in the music and entertainment industries since high school, having worked for Metal Injection, Earache Records, The End Records, The Opie and Anthony Show and the Le Scandal Burlesque Show as a musician and stage manager. https://twitter.com/grahamwire // www.facebook.com/grahamphartmann
‘Behind the Music’ is Back, Eight New Episodes Announced
Eight new episodes have been announced, including one with Poison frontman and Rock of Love star Bret Michaels.
Rock and Roll Hall of Fame Inducts Foo Fighters and More as Class of 2021
The newest inductees into the Rock Hall will include Foo Fighters, The Go-Go's, JAY-Z, Carole King, Todd Rundgren and Tina Tuner.
Federal Judge Orders ‘Satan Shoes’ to Be Taken Off the Market
Nike is pursuing legal action against Lil Nas X's designers.
Gun-owning Musicians Speak Out on Gun Control After Mass Shootings
Musicians, some of them gun owners, have spoken out on where they believe the U.S. should be regarding gun rights, especially when it comes to the AR-15.
‘The Talk’ on Hiatus After Sharon Osbourne Defends Piers Morgan
A heated exchange between Sharon Osbourne and Sheryl Underwood caused CBS to pause 'The Talk.'
Ticketmaster Exploring COVID-19 Vaccination or Negative Test When Concerts Return
Ticketmaster announces health precautions for the return of live events.
Kid Rock to Headline Donald Trump Rally in Michigan
Kid Rock appeared at the White House in 2018.
Lollapalooza Co-Founder Believes Concerts Won’t Return Until 2022
Many 2020 tours have already been rescheduled to 2021.
Brexit Could Be ‘Devastating’ for Touring Bands in the UK and Europe
With their withdrawal from the EU, rules in the UK have begun to change, and one part of the post-Brexit shift could potentially hurt international touring bands.
Sony Reveal New Walkman for Cassette Player’s 40th Anniversary
If you’re looking for new technology with a kick of nostalgia, Sony has your back. To celebrate the 40th anniversary of the Walkman, Sony is releasing a modern day version based on the classic cassette player.