Dec 20, 2012 - Ladies and Gentlemen, the greatest rock and roll band in the world: The Rolling Stones! This Day In The Rolling Stones is a must-have for any Stones fan. Celebrating 50 years of Stones history. In depth Song Notes for 15 Stones albums, from the band's debut in 1964, to the classic Beggars Banquet, Sticky Fingers, Exile On Main Street, Some Girls, and more - right through to the current hits release GRRR! More than 140 Stones songs dissected: the sessions, who played what, and the stories.
Mar 05, 2012 - Pocket Guitar Songbook available free for iPad & iPhone with brand new update with lots of great new features. The App includes Lyrics & Chords for 20 songs including Sloop John B, Crossroads and The House Of The Rising Sun. Within the App is a library of thousands of songs which can be downloaded in an instant. Pocket Guitar Songbook is the first legal and licensed Lyrics & Chords App to hit the iTunes Store and has already been downloaded over 800,000 times.
Dec 21, 2011 - This Day in Music Apps today introduces "This Day in Bob Dylan" for iOS, a celebration of this solo artist who has been a major and profoundly influential figure in popular music and culture for five decades. Bob Dylan, American singer-songwriter, musician, poet, film director and painter. Dylan's influence wasn't just for budding pop stars. Steve Jobs and Steve Wozniak initially bonded over their mutual obsession with Bob Dylan, the former an obsessive collector of Dylan concert bootlegs.
Nov 14, 2011 - UK based This Day in Music Apps today introduces "This Day in Pink Floyd" for iOS, a celebration of a band who have produced some of the most popular and moving music ever. The first and only official App for Pink Floyd, released in conjunction with their catalogue releases and approved by the band, This Day In Pink Floyd includes info on the band's activities for every day of the year, including concert information, studio recording dates, TV performances, dates of album releases and more.
Oct 20, 2011 - Musicroom.com introduces Kurt Cobain: The Graphic Novel 1.0, for iPad. It tells Cobain's life story in comic book form creating a totally unique digital graphic experience. Writers Barnaby Legg and Jim McCarthy have used biographical fact interwoven with references to the singer's tortured self-image from Cobain's point of view. The vibrant art by Flameboy captures both the subjective dreamscape and the objective reality of a tragic musical legend.