All posts tagged "kath galasso"
Eli Raybon: New EP, New Videos. Not “Green” At All
ARTICLE VIEWS: 240 My 2 Cents About “30 Cents” From Eli Raybon Full disclosure. 1: I’ve never been a fan of synth-laden music. 2: Movies, TV shows, and videos that tell a story in reverse or repeat...
- Posted June 26, 2017
Dusty Grant Debuts Single ‘This Longing Heart’
ARTICLE VIEWS: 124 Dusty Grant With a bare bones guitar and vocal cadence slightly reminiscent of Ian Anderson, American Midwest singer-songwriter Dusty Grant pumps blood and soul into his debut single, “This Longing Heart.” After working in...
- Posted May 17, 2017
American High, Weird (maybe, maybe not) but Worthwhile
ARTICLE VIEWS: 241 American High – Bones in the Attic, Flowers in the Basement. Light, Dark, and maybe Weird. American High is a rock band out of Sacramento, California and trying to define their sound is a...
- Posted May 16, 2017
BJ Wilbanks Brings Back Smooth Southern Music With New LP Release
ARTICLE VIEWS: 204 BJ Wilbanks music fills an empty place Sometimes you just don’t know how much you’ve missed something until you have the chance to experience it all over again. Old time r&b is a case...
- Posted April 24, 2017
Southern Rock Rises Again. ‘Cocked and Loaded’ from the Jay Clark Band Revisits the Classic Sound
ARTICLE VIEWS: 275 Cocked & Loaded, where nostalgic doesn’t mean old Southern Rock. Just the mention of the genre conjures up images of hard-ass rockers with heavy guitar licks, unforgettable hooks and lots of cowbell. Cocked &...
- Posted April 21, 2017
Sterile Jets Release “Fireside Drive” in Advance of ‘No Gods, No Loss’
ARTICLE VIEWS: 126 Sterile Jets Get Ready to Release No Gods, No Loss In trying to characterize their sound, California trio Sterile Jets has been called Stoner Punk, Art Punk and even Noise Punk. No argument with...
- Posted March 23, 2017
Sib Hashian, Former Drummer for Boston, Dies at 67
ARTICLE VIEWS: 930 Sib Hashian, drummer on the first two Boston albums, has died unexpectedly. It has been reported that Hashian, who was 67 and part of the Legends of Rock Cruise currently sailing in the Caribbean, collapsed...
- Posted March 23, 2017
Horse and Chariot EP ‘Big Treble’ Ready For Release After 30 Years
ARTICLE VIEWS: 77 Horse and Chariot: Debut EP 30 Years in the Making So let’s think on this for a minute. Horse and Chariot is the name of a San Francisco band whose founder goes by the...
- Posted March 22, 2017
Chamber-Rock Duo Mystery Loves Company Release Debut Single ‘If Heaven’
ARTICLE VIEWS: 164 Mystery Loves Company is a Houston based duo offering a nod to chamber music, a nod to folk, and a taste of contemplation. In 2012, conservatory-trained cellist Maddy Herdeman and songwriter-guitarist Carlos Machado met...
- Posted March 21, 2017
Chuck Berry Dies at 90
ARTICLE VIEWS: 5,307 “If you tried to give rock and roll another name, you might call it ‘Chuck Berry’.” — John Lennon Rolling Stone Magazine listed him as #5 of the 100 Greatest Artists. Many early rockers,...
- Posted March 18, 2017