All posts tagged "Featured"
Pink Floyd; Making of Dark Side of the Moon
Dark Side of the Moon. Pink Floyd Dark Side of the Moon was recorded during June of 1972 thru January of 1973 at the Abbey Roads Studios in London England. and realsed on March 1st. It was...
- Posted March 1, 2020
Pierce Edens: Three chords and the truth. Dig it.
Pierce Edens hails from a small town in North Carolina that couldn’t get any bigger if it wanted to. It’s a landscape peppered with hollers and canyons cut with whitewater. And it was there, steeped in the...
- Posted February 18, 2020
New Music Forecast: AM Clouds ‘Tune Me In’
Bend Oregon it seems, offers extreme climate change, expansive beauty, and a band that meshes both into what they call ‘high desert rock.’ The band is AM Clouds and their sound aims to cover both the internal...
- Posted February 11, 2020
Delyn Grey Fearless in “Battle”
It’s only recently the stigma associated with depression and other mental health issues is slowly being erased. Though many millions around the world suffer, we are only now getting to the point of recognizing its impact on...
- Posted February 10, 2020
Gene Watson Joins The Grand Ole Opry
Tonight, after a career spanning five decades, country legend, Gene Watson, officially becomes a member of the Grand Ole Opry. It’s been called the “home of American music” and “country’s most famous stage” and from our perspective,...
- Posted February 7, 2020
May Devun Just Wants To “Say The Words”
“Say the Words,” the latest release from California singer-songwriter May Devun, is a kaleidoscope of moods, vocals and ever changing musical tones. As the musical elements fight each other for attention, Devun’s unique vocal style soars to...
- Posted February 7, 2020
In New Single, Happy Freuds Ask “Why”
It’s time to make another stop on our latest musical world tour. Leaving Russia in the rear view mirror, today’s entry takes us to Western Europe. Happy Freuds is a multinational band from Javea, Spain. The band:...
- Posted February 6, 2020
Francesca Brown Has The “Hashslingin’ Blues”
“God save me from this restaurant, cause I’m in hell and it’s burning hot.” So begins “Hashslingin’ Blues,” the latest release from California based singer-songwriter Francesca Brown. It’s autobiographical with tons of attitude, and anyone who has...
- Posted February 4, 2020
Apache Rose, From Russia with “Tiny Love”
In the U.S., rock music has taken a back seat to pop for quite a while now. In Russia, not so much. Case in point, Apache Rose, who have just dropped their debut single, “Tiny Love.” Fronted...
- Posted February 3, 2020
Tex Moonlight Wants To “Roll You Up.” Let Him.
“Roll You Up,” the new single off the debut album from Tex Moonlight is a song of love and gratitude with a heavy dose of sexiness thrown in. How does that happen? Well, let’s first talk about...
- Posted January 23, 2020