Root 66: Urban Pioneers- Ivas John- Travis Green- Clint Morgan
In this installment of Root 66 Kevin Wierzbicki tells us about Urban Pioneers' Feast or Famine, Ivas John's Good Days a Comin, Travis Green's A Little Too Late, Clint Morgan's Scofflaw
Vernon Neilly - Outta Time
Guitarist Neilly wrote all of the songs on Outta Time with the exception of two versions of a cover of Jimi Hendrix's "Fire" that bookend the album, with the second version being an extended version.
Singled Out: A Darker Color Bright's Missing You
Mixed media star A Darker Color Bright from tells us the story behind the song 'Missing You' from the recently released 'ADCBEP1' EP
Denner Shermann - Masters of Evil
Round two of the Denner/Shermann project helmed by the eponymous Mercyful Fate guitar duo takes the agonizing tease of a Mercyful Fate reunion to a whole new level.
Road Trip: Nepal Open for Business!
You may not be the sort of person who wants to climb Mt. Everest, but you might want to see it. Go ahead and make plans to do so. The magnificent peak and all the other delights of Nepal are awaiting.
Singled Out: Dark Avenue's Outside
Dark Avenue singer Mario Cadena tells us about their new single 'Outside'
Sting and Peter Gabriel: Rock Paper Scissors Concert Review
Sting and Peter Gabriel are standing shoulder-to-shoulder ten minutes into the Rock Paper Scissors concert. No, this is not standard opener/headliner show and it is not a concert where the headliners both play shortened sets.
Singled Out: Eve To Adam's Lucky
Eve To Adam vocalist and founder Taki Sassaris tells us about their new single 'Lucky'.
Michael Franti & Spearhead Live 2016: Miracle Makers
Watching Michael Franti and Spearhead in concert is akin to an attending a reunion, a wedding and a funeral in the same two-hour period. Franti has a capacity to express ecstasy and agony in the same two-hour window
Foghat - Under the Influence
Foghat perform a set of mostly original material where the songs are played in the style of a group or performer that has influenced the band's overall sound over the years, along with a few covers.
Guns N' Roses: Not In This Lifetime Concert Review
Guns N' Roses is reminding everyone what rock 'n' roll is truly capable of. You can call it nostalgia but the truth is the catalog of Guns N' Roses has never had more observant ears than they do right at this moment.
Singled Out: The Raskins' Never Too Late
The Raskins are spending most of the month on the road with Ted Nugent on the Sonic Baptizim Tour and to celebrate we asked them to tell us about their latest single 'Never Too Late'.
Road Trip Swaziland Part 1: Culture and Attractions
If you think the country called Swaziland sounds intriguing, wait until you get there! The small nation in southern Africa, bordered only by Mozambique and South Africa, offers visitors countless adventures in both rural and urban settings.
5 Stars: Heart - Beautiful Broken
By now all the accomplishments of Ann and her sister Nancy are well-documented and Heart has achieved a firm place in the history of rock, still Beautiful Broken is a look to the past, in a couple of ways.
Road Trip: Swaziland's Bushfire Music Festival Part 2
The Bushfire Music Festival, one of Africa's most-revered music events, took place at House on Fire in Swaziland May 27-29. Having turned 10-years-old this year, the festival was bigger and better than ever
Road Trip: Swaziland's Bushfire Music Festival Part 1
Already renowned as one of the best music festivals in Africa, Swaziland's Bushfire Music Festival celebrated its 10th anniversary this year with three days of art, food and drink, camaraderie and of course music.
The Blues: Walter Trout - Alive in Amsterdam
There is a subtle but meaningful message contained in this 2-CD set's title as Trout almost died while waiting for a liver transplant, so this effort, recorded on his comeback tour, is knowingly called Alive in Amsterdam.
Singled Out: Barry Hyde (The Futureheads)
The Futureheads frontman Barry Hyde is gearing up for his debut London show next month in support of his new album 'Malody' and to celebrate we asked him to tell us about his new single 'Thunder Song'.
Quick Flicks: Johnny Winter With Dr. John - Live in Sweden 1987
Taped in a Swedish television studio before a small audience, Live in Sweden 1987 finds the late Johnny Winter in fine form and working in a trio format with bass and harmonica man John Paris and drummer Tom Compton.
RockPile: Bun E. Carlos- Crown Jwlz- The Last Ditches
In this edition of Rock Pile, Kevin Wierzbicki tells us about original Cheap Trick drummer Bun E. Carlos' solo album Greetings from Bunezuela!, Crown Jwlz's California King, and The Last Ditches' Spilt Milk
Motorhead - Clean Your Clock
Recorded live in Munich a mere five weeks before Kilmister's death (and at the last Motorhead shows to ever be recorded) Clean Your Clock is about as close to a farewell gift from the band as you can get.