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Fat Mike-Led Punk Rock Museum Celebrates One-Year Anniversary

In April 2023, the Punk Rock Museum officially opened its doors, marking a monumental celebration of punk culture spanning generations. Founded by a passionate team of true-to-form punk rockers and visionaries—Fat Mike, Lisa Brownlee, Mona Wetzel, and Melanie Kaye—the museum emerged as a spirited tribute to the lasting legacy of punk rock. As the museum, a pioneering endeavor globally, approaches its first anniversary, Fish sat down with four of the five founding members to delve into its success and profound impact on the community, exclusively on idobi Radio. Lisa serves as the museum’s production manager, ensuring seamless operation and immersive… Read more »


Sum 41 Brings Punk Rock Museum To Life In “Waiting On A Twist Of Fate”

With their final album, Heaven :x: Hell, only a month out from release, Sum 41 has unleashed the newest preview to their 20-track double record, “Waiting On A Twist Of Fate.” The group’s final record will arrive via Rise Records on March 29. Across their electrifying new single, the band unleashes a surge of high-octane energy. Serving as the third preview of their highly anticipated upcoming album, the track ignites a frenzy of sound. Set against the backdrop of Fat Mike’s Punk Rock Museum in Las Vegas, NV, the band delivers a rowdy performance amidst an awe-inspiring collection of punk… Read more »


Kevin Lyman To Host A Tour Of The Punk Rock Museum In Vegas

If you were a Warped Tour kid and love museums, you’re in for a surprise. Warped Tour founder Kevin Lyman just announced that he will be hosting a private tour of the Punk Rock Museum in Las Vegas.  Taking place on the morning of October 21, Lyman will guide punk rock fans through the 12,000-square-foot facility designed to give visitors a lesson on the history of the genre.  Today, Lyman shared the news with his followers in an Instagram video.  “I’m super stoked to be coming up to Las Vegas and the Punk Rock Museum where I will be giving… Read more »


News Flashes 10.13.22: Queen’s New Song, The Punk Rock Museum, and Punk Spring 2023

— Today we talk about a never before heard Queen song, the Punk Rock Museum, and Punk Spring 2023. — Never Before Released Queen Song Sometimes life hands us gifts that we absolutely did not expect. Queen has released an “unearthed” track with Freddie Mercury leading the band. “Face it Alone” was originally recorded in the 80s and meant for The Miracle. The album was released two years before Mercury passed. Now it is about to be re-released, which led to the track’s discovery. The band previously thought releasing the song was a lost cause. However, their sound engineering team… Read more »


Made for Mixing: The Intersection of EDM and Punk

Electronic dance music and punk rock may not seem like two peas in a pod, but they’re similar in more ways than you’d think. Structurally, EDM shares the same elements of punk music—both are fast paced, melodic, and employ catchy, memorable riffs.


30 Years of Alt Press: the Rock Hall Look into the Scene’s Past and Future

Photo Credit: Graham Fielder for Alternative Press Over the course of the last week, my life has been all about the Alternative Press Music Awards 2nd year celebration. It’s been filled with good friends, new friends, old heroes that have become friends, and a lot of tequila. But, before the reunions, the hugs, and even before the tequila, I got to go to the grand opening of the Alternative Press Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and Museum Exhibit. It was the single most humbling experience of my APMAs week, and I couldn’t be more proud of the promises it… Read more »


N.Y. Rock and Roll Hall of Fame Annex set to close

NEW YORK – Barely a year after it opened in Soho, the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and Museum’s New York annex is closing. The Cleveland-based parent Hall of Fame confirmed Friday that its New York affiliate, which required a $9 million investment and was part of a broader expansion plan, will shut its doors on Jan. 3.


Van Halen, R.E.M. among Rock hall of fame entrants

Rock bands Van Halen and R.E.M. have made the cut for the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, along with punk poet Patti Smith, pioneering rappers Grandmaster Flash and the Furious Five, and 1960s girl group the Ronettes, organizers said on Monday. They will be honored at a black-tie ceremony in New York on March 12, the main fund-raiser for the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and Museum in Cleveland. Inductees are chosen by music industry insiders from a short-list of acts who become eligible for consideration 25 years after their first recording. Those who did not make the… Read more »

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