- Music Reviews
- September 24, 2020
All The Misery Money Can Buy (Soundly Music). Review by James Mann.
’70s rock icons Styx continue to carry the classic rock torch. Michelle Wilson caught their show in South Florida and was loving every minute!
Blood (Fuzze-Flex Records). Review by Michelle Wilson.
The Mission (Alpha Dog 2T / UMe). Review by Christopher Long.
Yoga Hosers (Rhino). Review by Bob Pomeroy.
Twenty years of hard rocking leads to a nice home in the suburbs, a stable marriage and a beautiful daughter.
Tauk whips up a savory auditory gumbo and serves it up at a hip lounge/bowling alley where May Terry dishes herself a hefty helping.
Cashing in on the current classic albums craze, Styx returned to Melbourne, Florida to recreate two best-selling records in one hit-filled evening that had Chris Long enthralled.
Author, critic, and self-confessed “drooling fanatic” Steve Almond‘s latest rock and roll offering has a little something for fans and “fanatics” everywhere. Christopher Long shares the adoration.
Live At Budokan (Epic/Legacy). Review by Scott Adams.
Orange Sunshine (Vodka Tonic Media). Review by Carl F Gauze.
One With Everything (New Door Records). Review by Carl F Gauze.
Influence (VH1 Classic). Review by Andrew Ellis.
By The Grace Of God (Liquor and Poker). Review by Jen Cray.
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A Tribute to Kiss (KOCH). Review by Joe Frietze.
The Red Bedroom (Guilt Ridden Pop). Review by Stein Haukland.
The Looking Glass (Starlitt Music Group). Review by Kiran Aditham.
Did you know that back in the day, the Marvelous 3’s Butch Walker was an ad rep for Ink 19? It’s true! But now he’s the frontman for the popular Atlanta-based rockers, and is sharing his philosophy on rock n’ roll in the Information Age with Andrea Thompson.