Music romances and seduces listeners, sometimes gently and sometimes with a rough, dirty, driving, relentless hot beat. That kind of romance rocks, and its rockstars are sex on legs.
"Energy" by Scott Holmes Music & "Unashamed Ballad" by Learning Music, used with a Creative Commons license from freemusicarchive.org
Pink is one of the biggest badasses in rock. Her video for So What is classic. The concert documentary Pink: All I Know So Far follows her & her family on a European tour ending with 2 sold-out shows at Wembley.
The VIP series by Kristen Callihan follows a hit band that's survived rockstar drama as family. It's full of charismatic characters, rich details and some of the hottest romantic scenes I've ever read.
Bad Habit is a series about a band of the same name by J.T. Geissinger. Make Me Sin is about their aloof, hostile drummer who falls in love with a sweet florist. Incredible story.
The trilogy Dirtshine by Roxie Noir follows members of the band Dirtshine as they handle recovery, fame, stardom, & falling in love in/out of the industry. Loved these stories.
I first heard about New York's CBGB club when it was mentioned in the Talking Heads song Life During Wartime. Apparently CBGB the movie isn't completely accurate but it's a fascinating history of the tiny dive where many groundbreaking acts got their start.
The Dirt is a movie based on the memoir by Motley Crue.
The Runaways is a biopic about how the iconic all-girl band, led by Joan Jett, was formed in the 70s.
Remember when Arnel Pineda replaced Steve Perry as the lead singer of Journey? The movie Rock Star follows a singer with a similar chance to achieve rock-n-roll dreams.
Bohemian Rhapsody brings Freddie Mercury & Queen's history to life.
Almost Famous is the story of a 70s teen wannabe gonzo music journalist suddenly immersed in rock life on the road.
If we're talking about rock, we have to talk about the mockumentary This Is Spinal Tap.