Simply put, howcast.com is a website that shows you how to do things. If you visit its homepage right now, you'll find stories on "How to Use Coupons," "How to Take Care of Small & Exotic Pets" and our favorite, "How to Do Popular Club Dancing Moves."
Many bands perform covers of artists they admire as a way to pay homage or share their love of a song with the audience. Sometimes the band chooses to play it exactly like the record, and if it's a tricky song it's all the more impressive. If I saw a random band at a bar flawlessly pull off “Satch Boogie” or any Periphery songs note for note I'd be blown away.
Ever want to know what an early Led Zeppelin concert experience was like? We've got you covered. Below, you can check out some video from a March 17, 1969, Led Zeppelin TV appearance. In the US, their self-titled debut album was almost three months old; however, it wouldn't be released in the UK for another two weeks.
We’ve heard plenty of covers of Metallica songs over the years. But this might be a first. Below, listen to “Nothing Else Matters,” performed by a group called The Boys of County Nashville. The band pulls out all the stops in this Celtic tribute, with flute, fiddle, acoustic guitars and more.
This past Tuesday night, former Kiss guitarist Ace Frehley stopped by The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon. While he was there, he played his classic Russ Ballard-penned solo hit, "New York Groove," with the show's house band, the ever-versatile Roots.
Back in May, we posted a cover of Black Sabbath's "The Wizard" by an eight-piece Austin band (horn section and all) called Brownout. Today we bring you a new Black Sabbath cover by the Brownout boys. None other than "Fairies Wear Boots"!
Our recent story about Jimmy Page's five best guitar solos as a member of the Yardbirds got us thinking about another legendary pre-Led Zeppelin recording featuring Page. This project, however, features all four members of Led Zeppelin — Page, Robert Plant, John Paul Jones and John Bonham — recording together before there even was a Led Zeppelin.