featuring E Roland and Jesse Triplett of Collective Soul (with Cheney Brannon and Shawn Grove). Review by Michelle Wilson.
Georgia alt rockers Collective Soul wowed the crowd, including Michelle Wilson, at the Busch Gardens Food & Wine Festival Series 2020 opener.
Blood (Fuzze-Flex Records). Review by Michelle Wilson.
Collective Soul blew the roof off the sold-out Capitol Theatre in Clearwater, Florida. Michelle Wilson was there to capture it all.
Co-headliners 3 Doors Down and Collective Soul with Soul Asylum rode the Rock & Roll Express into Jacksonville. Michelle Wilson caught the second night of the tour.
Anything’s Possible Review by Michelle Wilson.
Live at the Paradiso - Amsterdam (Vanguard). Review by Tim Wardyn.
Foiled (Universal/Brando). Review by Andrew Ellis.
Dis/Location (DRT/Navarre). Review by Andrew Ellis.
Five Star Iris (Hooptyville Records). Review by Andrew Ellis.
Andrew Ellis gets the low down on the return of Birmingham, Alabama modern rockers Mars Electric, and finds out about everything from life after a major label, Headbanger’s Ball and lead singer Jacob Bunton’s new-found bluegrass obsession.
Sinomatic (Atlantic). Review by Vanessa Bormann.
Music From the Motion Picture (Hollywood). Review by Alice Barkwell.
Lee Ann Leach is thankful for palmetto bugs, bubble machines, go-carts, and obscene phone calls, but most of all, for her friends.
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Starfest featuring Collective Soul, Tonic, Gas Giants, Dido, Guster, and Leona Naess (Vinoy Park, St. Petersburg, FL, May 28, 2000). Concert review by Lee Ann Leach.
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