"I believe that the South African sound will make an enormous impact on the world in the very near future. The thing is, as you know so well - no-one's going to do it for us –we have to do it ourselves." – Bill Knight chats to Koos Kombuis.
"As a treatise on how passion for music can drive an unswerving moral ideal, Marley the man, and the movie about him, are hard to fault, even with the sober and clearheaded inputs of Bunny Wailer, Rita Marley and producer Chris Blackwell." – Rolling Stone's Anton Marshall reviews Bob Marley's biopic.
"However, Adele and Alanis have been rewarded for their confessions. Had it not been for Taylor Swift's Fearless in 2010, Adele would have broken Morissette's record of being the youngest person to win the coveted Grammy award for Album of the Year." - Jillian Mapes draws some interesting comparisons between Adele's 21 and Alanis Morissette's Jagged Little Pill.
"If McCandless never makes it out of Wildernis, a track like this will at least make it on the radio. " – Rolling Stone's Willim Welsyn reviews Chris McCandless' single, "7 Years"
"The issue I want to raise is the perception that certain bars and clubs book musicians while taking no risk whatsoever. These venues expect the band to spend a hundred hours a day on Facebook getting every school mate and his girlfriend to come and drink so that the venue can make money, of which only a small percentage is shared with the band." – Brendon Shields laments the exploitation of performers by some industry venues in an open letter to Rolling Stone.
"I just stood there thinking, 'Well, if Danzig really wants to run offstage and tackle me then I'm gonna give him his chance.' ... I feel like it was really a theatrical thing."– Photographer Michael W. Bunch comments on almost getting attacked by Glenn Danzig.
"I did hit my head and I think I may have a concussion but don't you worry I will finish this show." – Lady Gaga talks to her audience while in Auckland, New Zealand after she hit her head.
"Remember, any information – no matter how small you might think it is – could be that crucial piece investigators need to help solve the case." - Metallica's James Hetfield help police search for murderer.