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Reviews and Features For November 2021


Live: Welcome to Rockville Roars Into Daytona Beach After taking place in Jacksonville for nine years and being delayed a year by the pandemic, the beloved metal and hard rock festival Welcome to Rockville moved down the Florida coast to Daytona Beach for its 10th edition. Read the full Welcome to Rockville Roars Into Daytona Beach review

Sites and Sounds: The Allman Family Revival Back in 2017 Devon Allman, the son of the late Gregg Allman, organized the first Allman Family Revival tour to bring together musicians that had toured with Gregg Read the full The Allman Family Revival review

Caught In The Act: Luke Combs Live In Chicago 2021 Rob Grabowski caught Luke Combs In The Act during show at United Center in Chicago with special guests Ashley McBryde and Drew Parker on November 4th Read the full Luke Combs Live In Chicago 2021 review

Travel News, Trips and Tips: KCK Taco Trail - Kansas City, Kansas Do you think that tacos are one of the main food groups? Does Taco Tuesday leave you craving more? Then take your desires to the KCK Taco Trail in Kansas City Read the full KCK Taco Trail - Kansas City, Kansas review

Modern Monsters Bay area Modern Monsters open the acts three-song EP with Furrow. Its a furious piece of music, which ends with the sound of evil laughter. Read the full Modern Monsters review

Kris Heaton - My City of Gold Kris Heaton says his My City of Gold album expresses his belief that there is something beautiful awaiting us beyond our earthly existence. Read the full Kris Heaton - My City of Gold review

Flavour Nurse Youve got to love the press material for UK-based Flavour Nurse. Described in part as, transcending terrestrial airwaves through a wormhole near you. Read the full Flavour Nurse review

Appice Perdomo Project - Energy Overload This new album finds journeyman drummer Carmine Appice (Vanilla Fudge, Rod Stewart, King Kobra) teaming up with veteran guitarist and in-demand session player Fernando Perdomo (Jakob Dylan, Todd Rundgren, Curved Air.) Read the full Appice Perdomo Project - Energy Overload review

MorleyView: The Tragically Hip With the 30th anniversary of their 1991 sophomore full-length release, Road Apples, it's a chance to celebrate one of Canada's most important bands. Morley spoke with them about the special release and more! Read the full The Tragically Hip MorleyView

Megadeth - Unplugged in Boston Let me introduce myself/Im a social disease. Those words, taken from Dread and the Fugitive Mind open this stripped-down show that was recorded in Boston in May of 2001. Read the full Megadeth - Unplugged in Boston review

Divine Horsemen - Hot Rise of an Ice Cream Phoenix Fronted by singers Chris Desjardins and Julie Christensen, Divine Horsemen have not released new music for more than 30-years. Read the full Divine Horsemen - Hot Rise of an Ice Cream Phoenix review

Wesley Stace - Late Style You may not know the name Wesley Stace but you have likely heard the music he recorded and released for years under the name John Wesley Harding. Read the full Wesley Stace - Late Style review

Root 66: James McMurtry- Ian Jones- Tommy Womack Kevin gives James McMurtrys The Horses and the Hounds, Ian Jones The Evergreens and Tommy Womacks I Thought I Was Fine a spin for this edition of Root 66 Read the full James McMurtry- Ian Jones- Tommy Womack review

Davy Knowles - What Happens Next Singer, songwriter and guitarist Knowles is English and on Heartbreak or Nothing he sounds influenced by fellow Englishman Nick Lowe and Welshman Dave Edmunds Read the full Davy Knowles - What Happens Next review

Kool & the Gang - Perfect Union Its always a thrill when a band you think maybe youve heard the last of comes out of the blue to release a new album. Read the full Kool & the Gang - Perfect Union review

Root 66: Billy Joe Shaver & Kinky Friedman- Dar Williams - I See Hawks in L.A. For this edition of Root 66 Kevin takes a listen to Billy Joe Shaver & Kinky Friedmans Live Down Under, Dar Williams Ill Meet You Here, and I See Hawks in L.A.s On Our Way Read the full Billy Joe Shaver & Kinky Friedman- Dar Williams - I See Hawks in L.A. review

Reviews and Features For October 2021


5 Star: Joe Bonamassa - Time Clocks Bonamassas wealth of talent as a singer, songwriter and guitar player is of course the main reason for his success. But not to be overlooked as to why he is so popular is his willingness to put himself out there Read the full Joe Bonamassa - Time Clocks review

Roses & Revolutions - Midnight Monsters Roses & Revolutions recorded this six-song EP during lockdown, and also late at night which inspired the title Midnight Monsters. Read the full Roses & Revolutions - Midnight Monsters review

The Georgia Thunderbolts - Can We Get a Witness This is not a band to sleep on, if you at all like southern rock then the Georgia Thunderbolts have got some news for you. Read the full The Georgia Thunderbolts - Can We Get a Witness review

Sites and Sounds: 6 Spooky Halloween Events Coming to Tulsa Looking for some good Halloween fun in the nations heartland? Then look no further than Tulsa, OK where the city has a host of spooky events on tap Read the full 6 Spooky Halloween Events Coming to Tulsa review

Caught In The Act: KISS End Of The Road Tour Chicago Rob Grabowski caught KISS In The Act during their End of the Road tour stop at the Hollywood Casino Amphitheatre in Tinley Park, Ill. on Saturday, October 16, 2021. Read the full KISS End Of The Road Tour Chicago review

CHAMEL3ON - The Mandala Effect Theyve previously released an EP but The Mandala Effect represents the first album from this Denver-based hard rock outfit. Read the full CHAMEL3ON - The Mandala Effect review

Sites and Sounds: Welcome to Rockville Edition Normally when theres a big noise coming from Daytona International Speedway its the sound of NASCAR drivers hurtling around the track. Read the full Welcome to Rockville Edition review

Caught In The Act: The Struts' Strange Days Are Over Tour Rob Grabowski caught The Struts In The Act during the Chicago stop of the Strange Days Are Over Tour at the Riviera Theatre on Tuesday, Sept. 14, 2021. Read the full The Struts' Strange Days Are Over Tour review

Caught In The Act: Enrique Iglesias and Ricky Martin Live In Chicago Rob Grabowski caught Enrique Iglesias and Ricky Martin In The Act during show at The Allstate Arena In Rosemont, Ill on September 30th. Check out Robs review and photos Read the full Enrique Iglesias and Ricky Martin Live In Chicago review

Caught In The Act: Max Weinberg Live In Chicago The City Winery in Chicago played host to Rock-N-Roll Hall of Fame drummer Max Weinberg and his jukebox performance Read the full Max Weinberg Live In Chicago review

Caught In The Act: Alice Cooper and Ace Frehley Live In Chicago Huntington Bank Pavilion closed out the Summer season by saving the best for last when Ace Frehley and Alice Cooper rolled into the Windy City with their no-holds-barred brand of Rock-N-Roll. Read the full Alice Cooper and Ace Frehley Live In Chicago review

Willie Nile - The Day the Earth Stood Still Nile has since the 1980 release of his debut album been a critics darling with a fan base that includes Bruce Springsteen, Little Steven, Pete Townshend, Lucinda Williams and the late Lou Reed Read the full Willie Nile - The Day the Earth Stood Still review

Caught In The Act: Judas Priest Live 2021 Rob Grabowski caught Judas Priest In The Act during show at the Rosemont Theatre on Monday, Sept. 20, 2021, in Rosemont, Il. Check out Robs review and his great photos Read the full Judas Priest Live 2021 review

Road Trip: United Arab Emirates: Dubai by Day Dubai is not the largest or the wealthiest emirate in the United Arab Emirates but it is certainly the most ambitious and best-known. Read the full United Arab Emirates: Dubai by Day Road Trip

Cruzados - She's Automatic Its been 12-years since Cruzados last released an album, but that was a live recording and really its been more than 30-years since the guys put out a new studio album. Read the full Cruzados - She's Automatic review

Root 66: John McCutcheon - Bucket List With a 50-year career under his belt that encompasses 42 album releases and countless live appearances all over the world, its unlikely that beloved folk musician John McCutcheon actually has much of a bucket list Read the full John McCutcheon - Bucket List review

Root 66: Murray McLauchlan- Steve Marriner- Afton Wolfe- more Root 66 continues with Kevin listening to new released by Murray McLauchlan, Steve Marriner, Afton Wolfe and Mary Hott with the Carpenter Ants Read the full Murray McLauchlan- Steve Marriner- Afton Wolfe- more review

The Blues: Tito Jackson- Mike Zito- Dave Kalz For this installment of The Blues, Kevin Wierzbicki gives new albums from Tito Jackson, Mike Zito, and Dave Kalz a spin. Read the full Tito Jackson- Mike Zito- Dave Kalz review

Al Ross & the Planets - Blue Crystal Blue Crystal will find lots of new fans for Ross and company, especially among those who like their rock a little on the prog side. Read the full Al Ross & the Planets - Blue Crystal review

Get To Know... Lonely Leonard We know what youre thinking. Is Lonely Leonard really lonely? Lets just say thats pretty unlikely given the attention the rising hip-hop star is getting Read the full Lonely Leonard review

Quick Flicks: The Nest The Nest is quite a popular film name and numerous movies have used the title in recent memory- this one has the benefit of having horror mainstay Dee Wallace (Cujo, The Howling) in its cast Read the full The Nest review

The Jenny Thing - American Canyon This band was big in the Bay Area back in the 90s where they specialized in an update on the New Wave sound. That sound has been updated further on this new effort Read the full The Jenny Thing - American Canyon review

The Poppermost - Hits to Spare When you title your album Hits to Spare its pretty obvious that you think that youve got it sussed, or youve got a good sense of humor. Read the full The Poppermost - Hits to Spare review

Squanky Kong- Dawn of the Cataclysm Dawn of the Cataclysm is sure a downer of an album title. However, the music contained within is nevertheless filled with a spunky, fighting spirit Read the full Squanky Kong- Dawn of the Cataclysm review

Vannon - Desert of Our Dreams Theres a moment during The First and Last, the third track on Vannons Desert of Our Dreams, where the music takes on a loose, (dare we say it?) jazzy feel Read the full Vannon - Desert of Our Dreams review

Reviews and Features For September 2021
Battle of the Band: Laura Nyro Our Battle of the Band column has two releases from the same performer battling it out, this time around we listen to two Omnivore Recordings releases of rare material from the late Laura Nyro. Read the full Battle of the Band: Laura Nyro review

The Mangoes - Pale Blue Dot The Mangoes are a duo consisting of Bret Bingham (vocals, guitar, bass, keyboards and drum samples) and Tim Morse (vocals, keys) and both release solo albums when theyre not mango-ing around. Read the full The Mangoes - Pale Blue Dot review

Live from Celebrity Theatre: Jackson Browne Rocks Phoenix One of Jackson Brownes big hits is Running on Empty but the tank was full when the beloved singer took the stage at Celebrity Theatre in Phoenix Read the full Jackson Browne Rocks Phoenix review

Rock Reads: Rainbow in the Dark: The Autobiography - Ronnie James Dio with Mick Wall and Wendy Dio Dio was working on his autobiography at the time of his death and now more than a decade later and with help from his widow Wendy Dio and music journalist Mick Wall the book finally sees the light of day Read the full Rock Reads: Rainbow in the Dark: The Autobiography - Ronnie James Dio with Mick Wall and Wendy Dio review

The Fifth - The Fifth EP If youre not yet hip to these melodic hard rockers now is a good time to get on board. Read the full The Fifth - The Fifth EP review

Electric Six - Streets of Gold Michigan garage rockers return with a covers album where they interpret big hits like INXSs Dont Change while throwing in a couple of unexpected, lesser-known songs Read the full Electric Six - Streets of Gold review

Jack Russell's Great White - Great Zeppelin II: A Tribute to Led Zeppelin Longtime fans of Great White will remember that the band released Great Zeppelin: A Tribute to Led Zeppelin back in 1998 and now more than two decades later they offer this 14-track follow-up Read the full Jack Russell's Great White - Great Zeppelin II: A Tribute to Led Zeppelin review

Sites and Sounds: Rockin' Fall Music Festivals We have more festival previews for you including (gasp!) Monsters on the Mountain! Read the full Rockin' Fall Music Festivals review

Caught In The Act: Buckcherry Rob Grabowski caught Buckcherry In The Act during show at the AfterLife Music Hall at Brauer House in Lombard, IL. Check out Robs great photos! Read the full Buckcherry review

Richrath Project 3:13 - L.A. is Mine Classic rock fans know the name Gary Richrath, the late guitarist for REO Speedwagon passed away in 2015. Here Garys music is honored with this tribute from Richrath Project 3:13 Read the full Richrath Project 3:13 - L.A. is Mine review

The Blues: Eric Bibb - Dear America Dear America, a 14-song set, can be thought of as sort of an open letter to his countrymen and women, to the hopeful and the makers of change. Read the full Eric Bibb - Dear America review

Quick Flicks: Kenny Wayne Shepherd Band - Straight to You Live Shepherds fans had been hoping for a live release from their hero for a long time and their wish has come to fruition with this first ever live release from the guitar slinger Read the full Kenny Wayne Shepherd Band - Straight to You Live review

Caught In The Act: Luke Bryan, Runaway June, and Dylan Scott Rob Grabowski caught Luke Bryan, Runaway June, and Dylan Scott In The Act during show at the Hollywood Casino Amphitheatre on Saturday, Aug. 21, 2021, in Tinley Park, Ill. Check out Robs great photos! Read the full Luke Bryan, Runaway June, and Dylan Scott review

Sites and Sounds: Roots N Blues Festival - Sept. 24-26, 2021 - Columbia, MO As with almost all festivals last year, Roots N Blues had to take 2020 off due to the pandemic. But boy are they back with a vengeance! Read the full Roots N Blues Festival - Sept. 24-26, 2021 - Columbia, MO review

Reviews and Features For August 2021


Root 66: A Sweet Relief Tribute to Joey Spampinato- James DiGirolamo- Tenth Mountain Division- Swift Silver For this installment of Root 66 Kevin takes a listen to new releases from James DiGirolamo, Tenth Mountain Division, Swift Silver and the all star effort A Sweet Relief Tribute to Joey Spampinato. Read the full A Sweet Relief Tribute to Joey Spampinato- James DiGirolamo- Tenth Mountain Division- Swift Silver review

MorleyView: Dennis DeYoung Morley recently caught up with rock legend Dennis DeYoung for a fun and informative conversation about the former Styx icon's '26 East' Vol 1 and 2 releases. Read the full interview

Sites and Sounds: An All Star Salute to Lee Greenwood Big & Rich, Tracy Lawrence and Crystal Gayle will be among the stars celebrating the career of Lee Greenwood in Huntsville, Alabama this October. Read the full An All Star Salute to Lee Greenwood review

RockPile: Ladies Edition- Ann Wilson, Ellen Foley, Josie Cotton and Laura Meade For this installment of RockPile Kevin takes a listen to new releases from Ann Wilson & the Amazing Dawgs, Ellen Foley, Josie Cotton and Laura Meade Read the full Ladies Edition- Ann Wilson, Ellen Foley, Josie Cotton and Laura Meade review

MorleyView: Polychuck One of the more interesting records Morley has heard lately comes courtesy of a Montreal musician by the name of Thomas Polychuck who records under his surname. He spoke to Thom recently to find out more about him and the record. Read the full Polychuck MorleyView

Caught In The Act: The Black Crowes Live 2021 Rob Grabowski caught The Black Crowes with Dirty Honey In The Act during show at the Hollywood Casino Amphitheatre in Tinley Park, Ill. on August 7, 2021. Check out Robs review and great photos! Read the full The Black Crowes Live 2021 review

Travel News, Trips and Tips: August 2021 Here we recommend a handful of products that you might want to have on hand for your next travel adventure whether youre going camping in your home state or heading to an overseas destination. Read the full August 2021 review

Joe Bonamassa - Now Serving: Royal Tea Live from the Ryman Now Serving: Royal Tea Live from the Ryman finds Bonamassa and his band performing his Royal Tea album in its entirety, with the exception of that albums closing track Savannah. Read the full Joe Bonamassa - Now Serving: Royal Tea Live from the Ryman review

King Crimson Live In Scottsdale It was a wonderful evening of progressive rock music as the much-revered King Crimson came to Arizona for a show in metropolitan Phoenix during their Music is Our Friend tour Read the full King Crimson Live In Scottsdale review

Sites and Sounds: Park City Song Summit If youre going to be in the western part of the country in September, the Park City Song Summit is a musical event you wont want to miss. Read the full Park City Song Summit review

Doogie White - As Yet Untitled While he may not exactly be a household name, Scottish singer Doogie White is a true journeyman in hard rock and metal circles Read the full Doogie White - As Yet Untitled review

Sites and Sounds: SandJam Music Festival Just about every music festival got canceled last year but thankfully most are back on track for 2021. One of the coolest upcoming gatherings is the SandJam Music Festival in Florida where youre guaranteed to have a killer time! Read the full SandJam Music Festival review

Sites and Sounds: Clarksdale, MS Blues Festivals Clarksdale, Mississippi is known as ?the home of the blues? so naturally when festival season rolls around the city comes out big with lots of live music events. Read the full Clarksdale, MS Blues Festivals review

Jackson Browne On Tour Behind New Album Jackson Browne has released a new album called Downhill from Everywhere and is on tour now through the end of October. Read the full Jackson Browne On Tour Behind New Album review

Quick Flicks: Joe Jackson & Todd Rundgren featuring Ethel - State Theater New Jersey 2005 Heres a very cool live show from Jackson and Rundgren where string quartet (viola, two violins, cello) Ethel open the show. Read the full Joe Jackson & Todd Rundgren featuring Ethel - State Theater New Jersey 2005 review

Reviews and Features For July 2021


Road Trip: Clarksdale, Mississippi Part 2 - Blues at Red's, Tennessee Williams and One Cool Cat Head In this second installment of our exploration of Clarksdale, Mississippi, known as "ground zero" for the blues and home to the infamous crossroads of song, we find more fun and adventure and of course plenty of music. Speaking of which, let's jump right into it! Read the full Clarksdale, Mississippi Part 2 - Blues at Red's, Tennessee Williams and One Cool Cat Head Road Trip

Caught In The Act: Lit Live In Illinois Rob Grabowski caught Lit In The Act during show at Afterlife Music Hall at the Brauer House in Lombard, IL on Saturday, July 17, 2021 Read the full Lit Live In Illinois review

Root 66: Kevin Daniel- Craig Cardiff- Nineteen Hand Horse- Whistlebelly For this new Root 66, Kevin Wierzbicki tell us about new releases from Kevin Daniel, Craig Cardiff, Nineteen Hand Horse and Whistlebelly Read the full Kevin Daniel- Craig Cardiff- Nineteen Hand Horse- Whistlebelly review

Caught In The Act: Sammy Hagar and The Circle Live In Illinois The ever young Sammy Hagar brought his supergroup, The Circle, to the RiverEdge Park in Aurora, IL. Saturday night and the Chicago suburban crowd was in for a treat Read the full Sammy Hagar and The Circle Live In Illinois review

A Chat with Mike Weakley of FigureItOut We had a chance to chat with Mike Weakley by email and he updated us on whats happening with FigureItOut. Read the full A Chat with Mike Weakley of FigureItOut review

Interview: King Crimson's Tony Levin One of the most revered and influential progressive rock bands of all time, King Crimson, has announced the dates for their Music is Our Friend Tour. We had a chance to chat with Levin about the trek! Read the full Interview: King Crimson's Tony Levin review

Root 66: Ladies Edition Our salute to roots music listens to new music from Nobodys Girl, Lara Hope and the Ark-Tones and the great Maria Muldaur. Read the full Ladies Edition review

The Windsong Spires - Echo Us Theres plenty going on within Ethan Matthews musical world, which makes The Windsong Spires a truly enchanting album. Read the full The Windsong Spires - Echo Us review

RockPile: Greg Antista and the Lonely Streets- Tombstones in Their Eyes- F8TLSTK We find new music from Greg Antista and the Lonely Streets, Tombstones in Their Eyes and F8TLSTK rising to the top of the RockPile this time out. Read the full Greg Antista and the Lonely Streets- Tombstones in Their Eyes- F8TLSTK review

Reggae Party: Reggae Angels Were feeling irie at the reggae party with the new release from Reggae Angels with special guests Sly & Robbie. Read the full Reggae Party: Reggae Angels review

Road Trip: Clarksdale, Mississippi Part 1: The Crossroads, Ground Zero and One Bad Apple One of the things a visitor to Clarksdale must see is the marker that commemorates the Robert Johnson legend. Read the full Clarksdale, Mississippi Part 1: The Crossroads, Ground Zero and One Bad Apple Road Trip

Reviews and Features For June 2021


MorleyView: HorrorPops Morley speaks with Henrik about their new release "Live at the Wiltern", which was taken from their sold-out show at the famous LA venue in 2020, and more. Read the full HorrorPops MorleyView

Root 66: Layla Frankel- Randy Lee Riviere- Bob Bradshaw- Joyann Parker We spin new roots music releases from Layla Frankel, Randy Lee Riviere, Bob Bradshaw and Joyann Parker. Read the full Layla Frankel- Randy Lee Riviere- Bob Bradshaw- Joyann Parker review

Waves of Distortion - Race Against Time As a sonic statement, Waves Of Distortion proves it can do many musical things quite well. Read the full Waves of Distortion - Race Against Time review

Passport: World Music Day 2021 Edition World Music Day is celebrated on June 21 this year and that date coincides with a world thats reopening to international travel. Here to whet your appetite for travel are tastes of a few of the best of recent global music releases. Read the full World Music Day 2021 Edition review

Allman Brothers Band - Down in Texas '71 This vintage show recorded on Sept. 28, 1971 in Austin, Texas features the bands classic early line up Read the full Allman Brothers Band - Down in Texas '71 review

Caught In The Act: Corey Taylor (Stone Sour/Slipknot) Rob Grabowski caught Corey Taylor (Stone Sour/Slipknot) In The Act during the Joliet, IL stop of the CMFT Tour at The Forge on June 8th Read the full Corey Taylor (Stone Sour/Slipknot) review

Caught In The Act: John Corabi Unplugged In Indiana Live music is back! Rob caught John Corabi (Motley Crue, Dead Daisies, Scream) in the act for a special acoustic performance Avenue 912 in Griffith, IN. on June 4th. Check out his review and photos! Read the full John Corabi Unplugged In Indiana review

Sites and Sounds: Danny Zelisko Presents Returns with Full Concert Slate Music fans throughout the country are rejoicing at the return of live music and the Phoenix-based concert promoter Danny Zelisko Presents has announced an exciting roster of upcoming concerts Read the full Danny Zelisko Presents Returns with Full Concert Slate review

Travel News, Trips and Tips: Road Trip Season Is Almost Here Road trip season is almost here! Theres a ton of fun out there waiting to be had and here well be telling you about a few items that you might want to take with you Read the full Road Trip Season Is Almost Here review

Suzi Moon - Call the Shots It likely didnt seem like it at the time, but the late 2020 breakup of garage/punk/stoner female trio L.A. Machina was a blessing in disguise for Suzi Moon. Read the full Suzi Moon - Call the Shots review

Reviews and Features For May-April 2021


MorleyView: Dru Morley speaks with the Canadian king of R&B Dru about his brand new album "The Rebirth MMXX". Read the full Dru MorleyView

Travel News, Trips and Tips: A Namibia Trip That Really Rocks If youve been thinking about taking a safari in Namibia you already know that the nation is rich in scenery Read the full A Namibia Trip That Really Rocks review

3.2 - Third Impression Released under the name 3.2 to honor the longstanding collaboration between Keith Emerson, Robert Berry and Carl Palmer, Third Impression is in fact a Robert Berry solo album Read the full 3.2 - Third Impression review

Sites and Sounds: The Return of Festivals Theres good news for music fans! Festival organizers are going ahead with plans to bring live music back in a big way. Read the full The Return of Festivals review

Maia Sharp - Mercy Rising Sharps latest album begins with the title cut, a co-write with Mindy Smith where acoustic and electric guitar and strings combine for an ethereal sound Read the full Maia Sharp - Mercy Rising review

MorleyView: Sweet's Andy Scott Gene Simmons has been quoted as saying without Sweet, there would be no KISS. The influence and popularity of this enduring British band is massive. Morley spoke with Andy Scott about their new Isolation Boulevard release. Read the full Sweet's Andy Scott MorleyView

Neofelis Nebulosa - EP 1 Neofelis Nebulosa is a four-piece band from France and they describe their music as post-grunge. Read the full Neofilis Nebulosa - EP 1 review

The Aristocrats - FREEZE! Live in Europe 2020 Superlative musicianship abounds here and itll likely leave listeners craving a time when they can see the Aristocrats live. Read the full The Aristocrats - FREEZE! Live in Europe 2020 review

Mother's Day Gift Guide While mom most likely would be happy just to see you or get a phone call from you, its always nice to get her a little something on her special day. Here are a few gift ideas that should put a smile on moms face. Read the full Mother's Day Gift Guide review

boWsER - Whispers From the Wicker Man When you take hard rock, and mix in a touch of funk, you oftentimes come up with something truly special. Such is the case with boWsER Read the full boWsER - Whispers From the Wicker Man review

Reggae Party: Kash'd Out Spinning at the reggae party this time out is the new release from Floridas Kashd Out. It features acoustic reworkings of many Kashd Out fan favorites. Read the full Reggae Party: Kash'd Out review

Root 66: The Ladles - Springville Sessions Springville Sessions is the perfect accompaniment for a relaxed morning or eve as listeners are sure to be charmed as they enjoy this most natural of mood elevators Read the full The Ladles - Springville Sessions review

Elford, Davies and Baldini - The Real Story Our unusual modern times bring conjure up a wide range of emotions, and Elford, Davies and Baldini bring out many of these feelings beautifully with The Real Story. Read the full Elford, Davies and Baldini - The Real Story review

On The Record: UB40 - Signing Off (40th Anniversary Edition) Our spotlight on vinyl listens to a reissue of UB40s very first album. The title Signing Off sounds more fitting for a bands final effort than it does for a debut Read the full UB40 - Signing Off (40th Anniversary Edition) review

Live: Joe Bonamassa - Austin City Limits Live Joe Bonamassa wasnt fooling on April 1, he was at the vaunted Austin, Texas venue Austin City Limits Live to perform a 14-song set Read the full Joe Bonamassa - Austin City Limits Live review

Rock Reads: Destined to Die Young Unless you are a medical professional chances are youve never heard of Alpha-1. Hard to diagnose, the disease can cut a persons expected lifespan in half. And Elvis Presley, the King of Rock n Roll, was a carrier of the disease Read the full Rock Reads: Destined to Die Young review

The Blues: Dulcie Taylor- Will Porter and More We listen to a great multiple artist collaboration, a reissue from Will Porter, an EP of reimagined tracks from Dulcie Taylor and a rerelease from Steve Strongman. Read the full Dulcie Taylor- Will Porter and More review

Badfinger - No Matter What: Revisiting the Hits Even the most casual of fans will know many of the songs that Badfinger and friends remake here, including all of the above-named hits. Read the full Badfinger - No Matter What: Revisiting the Hits review

National Beer Day Gift Guide April 7 is National Beer Day and beer drinkers across the country will be celebrating with, what else, a nice cold beer or two. Read the full National Beer Day Gift Guide review

Battle of the Band: Black Sabbath Two of the Black Sabbath albums featuring Ronnie James Dio on vocals have been reissued and each contains rarities and previously-unreleased material. Well tell you all about it as the two titles battle it out! Read the full Battle of the Band: Black Sabbath review

Easter Gift Guide Here are some ideas for goodies for the adult folk, and everything is something that the recipient can drink or eat. Read the full Easter Gift Guide review

Reviews and Features For March 2021


Eric Anders and Mark O'Bitz - Sirens Go By Sirens Go By is the second installment in a four-part Anders/OBitz collection referred to as music in the time of coronavirus. Read the full Eric Anders and Mark O'Bitz - Sirens Go By review

On The Record: Pirates Press Records Edition We spin two new vinyl releases from Pirates Press Records, an EP from 45 Adapters and a full-length LP from Antagonizers ATL. Read the full Pirates Press Records Edition review

Eric Anders and Mark O'Bitz - Sirens Go By Sirens Go By is the second installment in a four-part Anders/OBitz collection referred to as music in the time of coronavirus. Read the full Eric Anders and Mark O'Bitz - Sirens Go By review

Saxon - Inspirations There comes a time when bands thatve had a lengthy career want to put out a record that shows their influences and that time has come for long-running English band Saxon Read the full Saxon - Inspirations review

5 Star: Delta Rae - Coming Home To Carolina So I went to a concert the other night and a gospel prayer service broke out. OK, it wasnt really a concert, it was a live DVD by the band Delta Rae. Read the full Delta Rae - Coming Home To Carolina review

Ten Years After - A Sting in the Tale (Deluxe Edition) It has been eight years since the passing of Alvin Lee, the singer and guitarist that fronted British blues rock band Ten Years After during their heyday Read the full Ten Years After - A Sting in the Tale (Deluxe Edition) review

Apache Rose - Attention! Apache Rose, a 90s rock loving, Moscow-based band, certainly has our rapt attention with its appropriately titled Attention! album Read the full Apache Rose - Attention! review

Quick Flicks: Long Live Rock...Celebrate the Chaos Rock is dead? Hard rock and metal are alive and kicking and that subject is explored in the new documentary film from John McHugh, Long Live Rock...Celebrate the Chaos. Read the full Long Live Rock...Celebrate the Chaos review

Passport: Transglobal Underground and our European Friends - A Gathering of Strangers 2021 We listen to a reimagined version of the 2010 release by Transglobal Underground, A Gathering of Strangers. Read the full Transglobal Underground and our European Friends - A Gathering of Strangers 2021 review

Duran Duran - 1979 Demos Part 2 This is the original version of Duran Duran with John Taylor, Roger Taylor and Nick Rhodes but featuring original singer Andy Wickett. Read the full Duran Duran - 1979 Demos Part 2 review

Quick Flicks: Pink Floyd - Delicate Sound of Thunder A classic Pink Floyd film has been updated to todays standards and is now available on DVD and Blu-ray. Read the full Pink Floyd - Delicate Sound of Thunder review

Root 66: 3 Pairs of Boots- Rodney Rice- The Burnt Pines We listen to the best of recent Americana and roots music releases, including the sophomore release from the San Francisco-based duo, 3 Pairs of Boots. Read the full 3 Pairs of Boots- Rodney Rice- The Burnt Pines review

MorleyView: 3 Doors Down's Brad Arnold 3 Doors Down are celebrating the 20th anniversary of their blockbuster debut album "The Better Life" and Morley caught up with Brad Arnold to talk about the record and a lot more! Read the full 3 Doors Down's Brad Arnold MorleyView

Reviews and Features For February 2021


Battle of the Band: Dio Dio fans rejoice! Two long out of print live releases from the beloved rocker battle it out here: Evil or Divine: Live in New York City and Holy Diver: Live. Read the full Battle of the Band: Dio review

On The Record: Frankie Goes to Hollywood Frankie Goes to Hollywood made quite a splash in the 80s even though they only released two studio albums and a greatest hits collection. All three are once again available on vinyl. Read the full Frankie Goes to Hollywood review

Tash Sultana - Terra Firma Each of these songs are little gems, as are all the other cuts on Terra Firma. Whether shes waxing mystical or being more forthcoming, Sultanas art here is striking. Read the full Tash Sultana - Terra Firma review

Tommy Bolin - Shake the Devil: The Lost Sessions When guitarist Tommy Bolin, 25-years-old, died of a heroin overdose in 1976 he left behind an impressive body of work for someone so young. Read the full Tommy Bolin - Shake the Devil: The Lost Sessions review

Travel News, Trips and Tips: Camping Edition Here we tell you about a few cool and useful items that you may like to have with you when you set out to hike and camp. Read the full Camping Edition review

Valentine's Day Gift Guide These are fun items that you can get your Valentine as a little something extra. Thats a good way to ensure that you (wink, wink) get a little something extra too! Read the full Valentine's Day Gift Guide review

Rock Reads: All Exce$$ - Occupation: Concert Promoter By Danny Zelisko For nearly 50-years, concert promoter Danny Zelisko has been presenting shows in metropolitan Phoenix and Tucson Read the full Rock Reads: All Exce$$ - Occupation: Concert Promoter By Danny Zelisko review

Quick Flicks: Roger Waters - Us + Them In 2017 and 2018 former Pink Floyd main man Roger Waters toured the planet, performing his Us + Them show 156 times before a total of 2.3 million fans Read the full Roger Waters - Us + Them review

Reviews and Features For January 2021


Paul Maged- Culture War In an actual culture war, nearly everybody loses. However, the quality music contained on Paul Mageds Culture War album is a conspicuously clear winner. Read the full Paul Maged- Culture War review

Tamar Aphek - All Bets Are Off Listeners, especially those who like a good dose of the outre in their music, will find All Bets Are Off to be an enchanting surprise. Read the full Tamar Aphek - All Bets Are Off review

Countless Thousands - And the Triumph of Justice The group counts Against Me! as a musical influence, and the acts singer is sometimes a dead ringer for Laura Jane Grace of Against Me! Read the full Countless Thousands - And the Triumph of Justice review

Sites and Sounds: Moon Crush Socially-Distanced Music Experience A getaway featuring four days of live music performed beachside in the warm Florida sun sounds pretty good right about now. Read the full Moon Crush Socially-Distanced Music Experience review

On The Record: Nick Mason's Saucerful of Secrets - Live at the Roundhouse Fans of early Pink Floyd will absolutely adore this 2-LP live set from Pink Floyd drummer Nick Mason and his band Saucerful of Secrets Read the full Nick Mason's Saucerful of Secrets - Live at the Roundhouse review

Paul McCartney - McCartney III While many may think of any of McCartneys albums beyond his work with the Beatles and Wings as solo albums, McCartney III is actually, as the title indicates, only Maccas third true solo album Read the full Paul McCartney - McCartney III review

Quick Flicks: Joe Bonamassa - Guitar Man The new documentary film Guitar Man tells the story so far of the super-hot guitar slinger Joe Bonamassa. Read the full Joe Bonamassa - Guitar Man review

Travel News, Trips and Tips: Travevel This time out we tell you about a new social media network where travelers can connect with each other and share their photographs and videos. Read the full Travevel review

MorleyView: Maria Vidal (Desmond Child and Rouge) Besides her own solo smash single "Body Rock", her vocals have graced records by Aerosmith, Belinda Carlisle, Alice Cooper, Stevie Nicks, Cat Stevens, Lana Del Rey and many more. Read the full Maria Vidal (Desmond Child and Rouge) MorleyView

Reviews and Features For December/November 2020


RockPile: Aussie Edition Gday mate! This special edition of RockPile listens to recent releases by artists from Australia. The genres here are as disparate as the vast Australian landscape Read the full Aussie Edition review

Firefall - Comet Its been more than 20-years since Firefall released a new album and just hearing the bands name will likely have fans doing some reminiscing as they flash back to the bands 70s heyday Read the full Firefall - Comet review

Santa's Jukebox: Santa's Mixtape Edition Santa needs to be quiet as he flies from rooftop to rooftop but that doesnt mean that he wont be jamming tunes as he makes his rounds. Read the full Santa's Mixtape Edition review

Holiday Gift Guide: Stocking Stuffers Edition Weve chosen to make our last Holiday Gift Guide of the season a Stocking Stuffers edition and weve taken the term literally Read the full Stocking Stuffers Edition review

Santa's Jukebox: Calexico- Rick Wakeman- More Ever wonder what kind of music Santa blasts in the sleigh while hes out delivering toys? Well this year you can bet it will be some of the titles we review here Read the full Calexico- Rick Wakeman- More review

MorleyView: Desmond Child Most people know Desmond Child as the mastermind songwriter behind mega-hits like "Livin' On a Prayer", "You Give Love a Bad Name", "I Was Made For Lovin' You", "Livin' la Vida Loca" and many, many more Read the full Desmond Child MorleyView

Holiday Gift Guide: Travel Edition -Joe Bonamassa's Keeping the Blues Alive at Sea II- more Music fans will love the fresh information we have here for an upcoming music cruise in Europe, and we have gift suggestions for book lovers that like to cook Read the full Travel Edition -Joe Bonamassa's Keeping the Blues Alive at Sea II- more review

Holiday Gift Guide: Food & Drink Edition The holidays are known to be a time of great indulgence in food and drink. So here we have some gift ideas to get the party started: a purse that secretly holds wine, books to tempt your palate and other goodies. Read the full Food & Drink Edition review

Holiday Gift Guide: Rock T-Shirts and more Here are more gift ideas for you, including very cool rock T-shirts and one wild, psychedelic chair! Read the full Rock T-Shirts and more review

Santa's Jukebox: Vinyl Edition (Elvis, Dolly Parton and Kenny Rogers and more) Every year Legacy Records digs deep into their archives to rerelease on vinyl some of the most-cherished holiday albums of all time, and this year is no exception. Read the full Vinyl Edition (Elvis, Dolly Parton and Kenny Rogers and more) review

Melody Makers: ASHBA: From Guns N' Roses To EDM As the world went silent March 2020, little did we all know the musical genius of DJ ASHBA was already hunkered down in his Vegas home studio creating wildly new innovative music Read the full ASHBA: From Guns N' Roses To EDM review

Santa's Jukebox: A Gulf Coast Christmas And More Oh yes, Santa loves his music! Here are some of his favorites this year to help you get in the holiday mood. Read the full A Gulf Coast Christmas And More review

Holiday Gift Guide: Box Sets: Rock (Motorhead, Uriah Heep, Iggy And The Stooges, More) Its going to be a rocking holiday season for fans who are lucky enough to receive one or more of these box sets from their very considerate friend or family member! Read the full Box Sets: Rock (Motorhead, Uriah Heep, Iggy And The Stooges, More) review

Holiday Gift Guide: Box Sets: Pop, Country, Soul Record labels make sure that there are lots of great box set collections available for holiday gift giving. Here are some of our favorite titles now on offer. Read the full Box Sets: Pop, Country, Soul review

The Champs Featuring Dave Burgess - Tequila Party There are lots of fun party songs but none of them create as much excitement and guaranteed listener participation as Tequila, the late 1950s hit single Read the full The Champs Featuring Dave Burgess - Tequila Party review

Holiday Gift Guide: Fun & Games Edition Here are gift ideas for those who like to have fun on a scooter and for those who like to settle in and take the challenge of playing a new game Read the full Fun & Games Edition review

On The Record: Holiday Gift Guide Edition - Hendrix, Elvis and Prince Theres lots of new vinyl out in time for holiday gift giving, and here we tell you about titles from Jimi Hendrix and Elvis Presley as well as three titles from His Royal Purpleness, Prince Read the full Holiday Gift Guide Edition - Hendrix, Elvis and Prince review

Holiday Gift Guide: AC/DC, Jerry Garcia, Ready Steady Go This edition of our Holiday Gift Guide features very cool items for the music-loving friend or family member on your list. Read the full AC/DC, Jerry Garcia, Ready Set Go review

Yes - The Royal Affair Tour: Live from Las Vegas There is no dispute that English rock band Yes are the godfathers of prog rock, and in 2019 the band celebrated their longevity by putting together The Royal Affair Tour Read the full Yes - The Royal Affair Tour: Live from Las Vegas review

MorleyView: Judas Priest's Rob Halford Heavy metal is full of superstars and true characters that rise above the pack but none stands taller than Rob Halford. Morley spoke to him about his new autobiography Read the full Judas Priest's Rob Halford MorleyView

Sites and Sounds: 12 Days of the Beatles Youve heard of the 12 Days of Christmas, but do you know about the 12 Days of the Beatles? Read the full 12 Days of the Beatles review

Sites and Sounds: Ragas Live Festival 2020 Touring and live music events remain on hold due to the COVID-19 pandemic but many promoters are finding a way to present quality live music online. Read the full Ragas Live Festival 2020 review

Quick Flicks: Bay Area Godfathers This film directed by Bob Nalbandian tells the story of how the San Francisco Bay Area metal scene coalesced and flourished in its early days Read the full Bay Area Godfathers review

Sites and Sounds: Finland's Tuska Utopia Tuska Utopia is a 3-episode series of rock concerts, each of which will take place at a very scenic spot in Finland. Read the full Finland's Tuska Utopia review

5 Star: Professor and the Madman - Seance How in the world does a band produce an album this good? Since the album is called Seance, is the band perhaps getting a little help from the other side? Read the full Professor and the Madman - Seance review

MorleyView: Noush Skaugen Although the year is not done yet, Morley can safely predict that this 5 star winner is by far his favorite record of 2020. Read on to find out what Noush tells him about what went into making it. Read the full Noush Skaugen MorleyView

Joe Bonamassa - Royal Tea Bonamassas new album is called Royal Tea for a couple of reasons, he was inspired by how Britains Prince Harry and Meghan Markle quit the royal life, and he also fulfilled a long-held desire to record in Londons famed Abbey Road Read the full Joe Bonamassa - Royal Tea review

On The Record: Happy 5th Anniversary Vinyl Moon Records! As one of the most exciting record labels on the planet, Vinyl Moon Records has been creating fun for vinyl lovers for five years now. Read the full Happy 5th Anniversary Vinyl Moon Records! review

Reviews and Features For October 2020


Quick Flicks: Beyond Barricades: The Story of Anti-Flag With more than 20-years of band history to cover, the documentarys director Jon Nix had his work cut out for him. Telling the story in their own words are each band member along with friends and associates Read the full Beyond Barricades: The Story of Anti-Flag review

3000AD - The Void Compared to acts like Slayer and Sepultura, The Void is described as an album that takes the listener on a journey through a bleak dystopian future. Read the full 3000AD - The Void review

Root 66: Bonnie Whitmore - Last Will & Testament Last Will & Testament teeters delightfully on the edge of folkie singer/songwriter and pop and will likely find lots of fans of each genre. Read the full Bonnie Whitmore - Last Will & Testament review

5-Star: Blue Oyster Cult - The Symbol Remains With The Symbol Remains, Blue Oyster Cult has set the bar incredibly high for classic rock bands that think they can still cut the mustard. Read the full 5-Star: Blue Oyster Cult - The Symbol Remains review

Root 66: Rachel Brooke - The Loneliness in Me Rachel Brooke is on the fast track to becoming the latest Americana darling, which is a bit ironic considering that she eschews fads Read the full Rachel Brooke - The Loneliness in Me review

Battle of the Band: The Allman Brothers Band Two live recordings from the Allman Brothers Band battle it out, one of which features Duane Allman. Read the full Battle of the Band: The Allman Brothers Band review

Joe Bouchard - Strange Legends Fans of Joe will no doubt be hailing this as his strongest work yet and newcomers would find no better place than this to get familiar with his massive talent. Read the full Joe Bouchard - Strange Legends review

Hot In The City: Concerts in Your Car There are still two ways to enjoy live music: you can catch bands and individual artists performing virtually online, or attend a Concert in Your Car. Read the full Concerts in Your Car review

Quick Flicks: Queen + Adam Lambert - Live Around the World (DVD + CD, Blu-ray + CD) This film is a great keepsake for those who were at any of the shows, and a real treat for fans who thought they missed out. Read the full Queen + Adam Lambert - Live Around the World (DVD + CD, Blu-ray + CD) review

Rock Reads: America's First Female Serial Killer Toppans story is getting around these days, she even got a shout-out from an ambitious (fictional) fellow female psycho in a recent Lifetime movie. Read the full Rock Reads: America's First Female Serial Killer review

Think Pink! (For Breast Cancer Awareness Month) October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month and by now youve probably seen lots of people wearing pink ribbons and other pink items to draw attention to the fight against breast cancer. Read the full Think Pink! (For Breast Cancer Awareness Month) review

Root 66: Aaron Nathans & Michael G. Ronstadt- More For this edition of Root 66 Kevin takes a listen to new releases from Aaron Nathans & Michael G. Ronstadt, Pete Kronowitt, John Pops Dennie and Tom Sless Read the full Aaron Nathans & Michael G. Ronstadt- More review

Remembering Eddie Van Halen antiMusic's Anthony Kuzminski shares his reflections with the passing of music legend Eddie Van Halen. Read the full Remembering Eddie Van Halen review

David Clayton-Thomas - Say Somethin' Clayton-Thomas had great success with Blood Sweat & Tears in the late 60s. While many fans may have forgotten about him, the star has continued to put out solo albums Read the full David Clayton-Thomas - Say Somethin' review

Root 66: Gasoline Lollipops- Cary Morin- Fireside Collective- Heathcote Hill For this edition of Root 66 Kevin Wierzbicki takes a listen to new releases from Gasoline Lollipops, Cary Morin, Fireside Collective, and Heathcote Hill Read the full Gasoline Lollipops- Cary Morin- Fireside Collective- Heathcote Hill review

Reviews and Features For September 2020


Stray Cats - Rocked This Town: From LA to London As the album title indicates, the generous 23-track set presented here was recorded at various stops along the tour route. Read the full Stray Cats - Rocked This Town: From LA to London review

Reggae Party: A Reggae Session- Wailing Souls- The Skints Our Reggae Party begins with a look at a star-stacked film from 32-years ago, featuring Toots Hibbert and many others. Read the full Reggae Party: A Reggae Session- Wailing Souls- The Skints review

The Blues: William Shatner - The Blues Every time Shatner puts out an Album he focuses on a different genre and on this, his eighth music release, he delves into the blues, a music that has been dear to him for much of his Read the full William Shatner - The Blues review

Dokken - The Lost Songs 1978-1981 Maybe not for everyone, but ardent fans and Dokken completists will not be disappointed. Read the full Dokken - The Lost Songs 1978-1981 review

MorleyView: Black Rose Maze You know those delightful moments when a record comes out of nowhere and hijacks your ears? That's what happened to me recently with the debut record from Black Rose Maze. Read the full Black Rose Maze MorleyView

Headcat 13 - Headcat 13 Rockabilly fans likely remember The Head Cat, a trio that featured Lemmy Kilmister of Motorhead, Slim Jim Phantom of the Stray Cats, and rockabilly mainstay Danny B. Harvey Read the full Headcat 13 - Headcat 13 review

Battle of the Band: Fernando Perdomo This time out we feature three releases from prog guitarist and multi-instrumentalist Fernando Perdomo. Read the full Battle of the Band: Fernando Perdomo review

Travel News, Trips and Tips: 100 Dishes to Eat in Alabama Should your travels take you to Alabama, heres how to find some of the states most interesting eats. Read the full 100 Dishes to Eat in Alabama review

Powerman 5000 - The Noble Rot Powerman 5000 singer Spider One has stated that he may have channeled Peter Murphy with his vocals on this album, and that is evident from the efforts first track Read the full Powerman 5000 - The Noble Rot review

Quick Flicks: The Center of Nowhere (The Spirit and Sounds of Springfield, Missouri) If youve ever passed through the small city of Springfield, Missouri, on historic Route 66 or otherwise, you probably didnt give any thought to the bergs music history. Read the full The Center of Nowhere (The Spirit and Sounds of Springfield, Missouri) review

MorleyView: Cristian Machado (ex-Ill Nino) Morley speaks to former Ill Nino singer Cristian Machado about his forthcoming acoustic album "Hollywood y Sycamore" and a lot more! Read the full Cristian Machado (ex-Ill Nino) MorleyView

Savoy Brown - Ain't Done Yet Still going strong after 55-years and more than 40 albums and with founding member Kim Simmonds on board on guitar and vocals, it is right on the mark for this record to be titled Aint Done Yet. Read the full Savoy Brown - Ain't Done Yet review

The Georgia Thunderbolts - The Georgia Thunderbolts EP One listen to the slide guitar and harmony vocal filled Southern rock of opening cut Looking for an Old Friend and Skynyrd fans will be hooked Read the full The Georgia Thunderbolts - The Georgia Thunderbolts EP review

RockPile: Neal Smith, Shadow & the Thrill, Limousine Beach and Vicious Rooster For this edition of Rock Pile, Kevin Wierzbicki takes a listen to new releases from Alice Cooper legend Neal Smith, Shadow & the Thrill (Great White), Limousine Beach and Vicious Rooster Read the full Neal Smith, Shadow & the Thrill, Limousine Beach and Vicious Rooster review

Reviews and Features For August 2020


Ozzy Osborne Was The Monster Under My Bed Like the record cover images, I see moments with Ozzy as snapshots of growing up. Read the full Ozzy Osborne Was The Monster Under My Bed review

Jack Russell's Great White ? Once Bitten Acoustic Bytes This album features new recordings but it has the band looking back to 1987 as they revisit their smash hit album Once Bitten. Read the full Jack Russell's Great White ? Once Bitten Acoustic Bytes review

MorleyView: Deep Purple's Roger Glover Is it possible for a band that has been around for more than 50 years to put out what is potentially their best album at this stage of their career? It is if you're talking about Deep Purple. Read the full Deep Purple's Roger Glover MorleyView

Laura Wilde - Charmed + Dangerous While Wilde is definitely a guitar goddess (think Lita Ford) this album shows how well-rounded her talents are Read the full Laura Wilde - Charmed + Dangerous review

RSC - Shadow Lady You must love how RSC describes its music as unapologetically old school rock/metal. If you love the old school stuff , there is never any need to apologize. Read the full RSC - Shadow Lady review

On The Record: Hall & Oates, Triumph, Daniel Johnston, and Social Distortion Our spotlight on vinyl spins recent releases from Hall & Oates, Triumph, Daniel Johnston, and Social Distortion. Read the full Hall & Oates, Triumph, Daniel Johnston, and Social Distortion review

Sonic Fuel - I Will Rise Sonic Fuel is an apt name for a rock band. Yes, its sonic because its sound. However, whenever its done the right way, it burns - like fuel. Read the full Sonic Fuel - I Will Rise review

Sites and Sounds: Slaughterhouse 5 Opera Set For September Premiere Fans of the late American author Kurt Vonnegut have a special reason to travel to Dresden, Germany this fall Read the full Slaughterhouse 5 Opera Set For September Premiere review

Sites and Sounds: Texas Country At Sea The dates for the inaugural Rock the Coast Texas Country at Sea cruise have been announced! Read the full Texas Country At Sea review




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