All posts tagged "news"
Freddie Nelson Rocks with ‘Shake The Cage’
Pittsburgh, again. It seems the steel town is forging a spot in musical history as more and more bands from the city begin to take their place on the rock and roll music canvas. Freddie Nelson it would...
- Posted July 17, 2017
Ghost Color Releases ‘American Book of the Dead’
Most bands look to the future and view the horizon. Vast and unending. Ghost Color looks at the future and views the mortality of the band. Meaning, no band lasts forever. That being said, they feel there’s...
- Posted June 28, 2017
Eli Raybon: New EP, New Videos. Not “Green” At All
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 scenes ala Groundhog...
- Posted June 26, 2017
Chuck Berry Dies at 90
“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, among them The...
- Posted March 18, 2017
Eliot Lewis Talks New Solo Release, Hall and Oates Band, Live From Daryl’s House
When you meet Alice Cooper backstage at Madison Square Garden at the age of eleven… Follow that up with a weekly ritual of being backstage for The Who, Elton John, and a host of others, the natural...
- Posted December 28, 2016
Digital Order Are ‘On Our Way’ with New Single
If you fund it, they will tour. And so they did. Digital Order, an electronic/rock band from Australia, established a Kickstarter campaign and raised enough money to get out on the road and deliver their brand of...
- Posted December 1, 2016
Led Zeppelin, Stairway to Heaven On Appeal
LED ZEPPELIN #LEGAL Rock lore tells us that “Stairway to Heaven” started out simply in 1970’s Wales with a few notes recorded on cassette by Jimmy Page and Robert Plant for the Led Zeppelin album, IV....
- Posted November 18, 2016
Scott Taylor, ‘Blues Kitchen’ Reviewed
Every now and then you get to hear, or more accurately, you get to feel the blues through an artist. On his new release, Blues Kitchen, Scott Taylor not only shares the feeling, but serves it up...
- Posted November 14, 2016
Chuck Berry: The Most Ripped-Off Artist, turns 90
Updated from 2013. Chuck Berry, the entertainer that copied nobody turns a year older today, to little fanfare. In honor of this, it may be fitting to not only wish him a happy 90th, but to acknowledge...
- Posted October 18, 2016
Sluka, A Taste of ‘Introversions’
Christopher Sluka doesn’t do things halfway. With ten studio albums under his belt, his newest adventure finds him filming videos for all 13 album tracks off his latest album, Introversions. The music videos are to be released...
- Posted August 23, 2016