Bluhauz (Bluhauz Music). Review by Carl F. Gauze.
Origins, Vol. 2 (Entertainment One (eOne)). Review by Christopher Long.
Oozing the authentic spirit of rock and roll, the LA-based combo, Dirty Honey, proved to be the real deal when they hit the stage recently at Orlando’s House of Blues.
Rise (Cleopatra Records). Review by Christopher Long.
An intimate portrait of Steven Tyler as he embarks on a country-flavoured solo career.
The Way Life Goes (Deluxe Edition) (Cleopatra Records). Review by Joe Frietze.
Skeletons. Review by Joe Frietze.
Once upon a time, long ago, KISS was a rock band. This story recounts how four unlikely guys from New York first came together during the early 1970s and literally changed the face of rock and roll.
Yellow & Green (Relapse / Release. Review by Carl F Gauze.
Banga (Columbia). Review by Carl F Gauze.
Live at the Roseland Ballroom, NYC (Eagle Records). Review by Christopher Long.
Reimaginator. Review by Joe Frietze.
Orlando, Florida’s Megaphone wraps up an amazing year with a high energy hometown show.
Have Guitar, Will Travel (Roman Records). Review by Christopher Long.
Aerosmith’s legendary co-founder, Joe Perry , delivered a set of gutsy, hard driving rock at Orlando’s House of Blues.
This collection of anecdotes and reveries of the infamous New York Dolls from their bassist, Arthur “Killer” Kane, has Carl F Gauze thinking better of getting the old band back together.
There’s more to Hanson than “MmmBop,” and the all-grown-up band proves it at Chicago’s House of Blues. Cindy Barrymore says the brothers’ cuteness has worn off. You be the judge.
Long Weekend (North Street). Review by Jen Cray.
Gail Worley caught up with talkative drummer Chris Adler in Florida the day after their last show of this summer’s Ozzfest tour and got some engaging insight into the very heavy metal world of Lamb of God.
Hellbound and Heartless (Hellcat). Review by Jen Cray.
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Carl F. Gauze reviews this comprehensive look at the early works of Muppets creator Jim Henson by Craig Shemin.
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