Rising musician Starberry blends rock and roll and post-punk for a refreshing punch that sticks around. Elijah McDaniel talks with the New Jersey artist about creativity, falsettos, and grinding the internet.
Weird music from the south
A young music agent struggles with his hot talent and his fiery fiancé as he seeks success in the business of rock and roll.
Collective Soul blew the roof off the sold-out Capitol Theatre in Clearwater, Florida. Michelle Wilson was there to capture it all.
Babylon’s Burning (Westworld Records). Review by Al Pergande.
Real to Reel (High Moon Records). Review by Al Pergande.
Blackstar (Columbia Records). Review by May Terry.
Skeletons. Review by Joe Frietze.
With Slim gone, we are defenseless against Mars. Charles DJ Deppner details all the other things we’ll miss.
The Best of The Classic Capitol Singles (Omnivore Recordings). Review by James Mann.
The Blanco Sessions (Cow Island Music). Review by James Mann.
A riveting and rare glimpse of rock’s original glam-punk junkies, onstage and behind the scenes during their short-lived glory days.
Tim Wardyn becomes one with Still Bill, the documentary of Bill Withers the man, and challenges any fan not to do the same.
Eric Clapton and the 1960s – Carl F Gauze thinks that’s the epitome of Classic Rock.
Staind challenges the foundation of Chicago’s Congress Theater. Cindy Barrymore dons her helmet and boots and marches deep into the trenches.
Songbook - The Singles (Epic). Review by Danny Lewis.
“Ask not what your rest home can do for you. Ask what you can do for your rest home.” Join an aged Elvis Presley, JFK and Joe Frietze as they battle a soul-sucking mummy in an East Texas rest home.
Charge Laughing. Review by Ben Varkentine.
David Whited discusses the healing powers of rock n’ roll with the Rev. Neil Down shortly after his appearance as keynote speaker at the recent convention of the American Association of Reverends and General Healers.
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