Mary Ouellette is a New England based music writer and concert photographer. She has spent the last five years as the owner and editor of TheyWillRockYou.com and is most accurately defined as “the girl at the rock show.” Capturing the best of musicians through photos and words is what drives her, whether it’s in the pit cameras in hand or sitting down backstage to interview the artists. ‘Almost Famous’ – it’s not just a movie. Check out her concert photography at SheWillShootYou.com. Passionate about: New England Sports, Butch Walker and Willy Wonka (That’s Wilder not Depp).
When Poison Broke Through With ‘Open Up and Say … Ahh!’
They were suddenly the kings of rock's glam revival, but it didn’t come without a fight.
Metallica Announce ‘Through the Never’ Movie Release Dates
As Metallica continue to put the finishing touches on their upcoming film ‘Metallica Through the Never,’ some exciting new details have been revealed. With a debut date of Sept. 27, the movie will have a banner premiere week taking over every IMAX theater from coast to coast with exclusive screenings of the monster 3D film.
Heart Rock and Roll Hall of Fame Induction – Photo Gallery
Last night was a special one for Heart as the band was inducted as part of the 2013 class of Rock and Roll Hall of Fame Inductees.
Rush Rock and Roll Hall of Fame Induction – Photo Gallery
Last night during the 28th annual induction ceremony for the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, Canadian progressive rock trio Rush finally joined the celebrated cast. As expected, their fans were there in full force to support them last night (April 18) with earth-shaking applause and standing ovations at the Staples Center in Los Angeles, Calif.
Journey Documentary Set To Open in U.S. Theaters This Friday
It’s hard to deny that Journey singer Arnel Pineda’s rise to success is a unique and moving story. The frontman was discovered by Journey guitarist Neal Schon, who caught a video of Pineda performing with his former cover band Zoo on YouTube, and the rest is as they say, history.
Styx Sues Record Company Over Alleged Stolen Royalties
According to Styx, their record company has been less than honest with forking over their royalties for the past several years. In fact, the band alleges that the record company went as far as creating a “phony business model” just to avoid paying them – talk about a grand illusion.