- Event Reviews
- February 22, 2019
Jam-band blues-rockers The Magpie Salute brought their unique sound to Central Florida, and Michelle Wilson got a healthy double-dose of one of her favorite bands.
Saving America. Review by Robert M. Sutton.
Reunited after a 2001 breakup and toting a new album and tour (alongside People in Planes), The Toadies bring grunge back in a big way. Jen Cray is one of many Orlando fans reveling in the murky merriment.
It’s Gail Worley‘s annual List of the Top 19 Quotes from Interviews she conducted with various Rock Types in 2005!
See The Sun (self-released). Review by Andrew Ellis.
The New American Standard (Retrospect Records). Review by Andrew Ellis.
Sleepwalker (Universal). Review by Andrew Ellis.
Mind Over Mind (Ultimatum Music). Review by Dylan Garret.
Fire From The Sky EP (Immortal). Review by Stein Haukland.
Change and evolution — Gail Worley discusses the growth of LA’s Portable with drummer Brian Levy.
As Gail Worley herself might say, "It’s all about hangin’ out with rock stars." Gail hung out with plenty of rock stars this year, and here presents the 19 most memorable things they said to her.
Our Lady Peace singer Raine Maida talks about the band’s most recent CD, Spiritual Machines, and lists and discusses his ten favorite songs with Gail Worley.
Our Lady Peace, with The Doves and The Tender Idols at the On The Bricks Concert Series at Centennial Park in Atlanta, GA on June 22, 2001. Concert review and photos by Andrea Thompson.
Spiritual Machines (Columbia). Review by Vanessa Bormann.