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Jesse Dayton.. Holy Ghost Rock and Roller

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Jesse Dayton  grew up in East Texas.. with  snakes, swamps, oil rigs, sweltering heat, Pentecostal Christianity and fear of sin. His new album,  The Revealer is set for a mid-September release and it reflects the dichotomy in Dayton’s life. A man raised on th ...
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Battle Tapes vs. The Battle of Los Angeles

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Let the truth be told… Battle Tapes are L.A.’s best rock and roll band…  They formed in 2010 and in their tenure saw  critically acclaimed EP's and a debut album…“Polygon” that was released late last year. With the plethora of “synth/indie/po ...
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Andy Clockwise—- Dystopia In The Good Book

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Prophecy doesn’t happen very often especially when it comes to music. Australian born Andy Kelly…aka.. Andy Clockwise proves  that in between genius and madness there is divination! His recent E.P. release party  of “The Good Book” held at the world fa ...
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Purple Is The New Black

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Who is the better guitarist? Jimi Hendrix or Prince? They were both funk masters….played the blues and rock and roll.. Music visionaries in their live performances and in the studio. Frequently imitated but never duplicated. It's a HARD call. I know we're all HUGE Prince fans here but if I had to ...
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The Ode to Rod Melancon

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Roderick Melancon is a Southern boy through and through. His roots lie in the swamplands of southern Louisiana where LA. Highway 14 runs through and so tis’ the title of his new E.P... LA14. Set to be released on April 22nd. Once again the brilliant Brian Whelan is at the helm p ...
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Tim Montana and The Shrednecks in Butte America

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What we like most about Tim Montana and The Shrednecks is their music is both redemptive and reflective. Just because Outlaw Country “wannabees” talk of Johnny Cash, Waylon Jennings and Gram Parsons their music still sounds like shit! Montana and company  takes it to another l ...
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Brian Whelan In Sugarland

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Brian Whelan can make slow songs dramatic, sad songs tragic and up-tempo songs frolic. He seems to be enjoying himself at every turn; which means you will to! His second album which will be released on March 25th, "Sugarland" (I refuse to call it a "sophomore" album) realizes that though he may n ...
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Lemmy Kilmister…. I Ain’t No Nice Guy

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Rock and Roll was hit with another loss among its ranks. Lemmy Kilmister  succumbed today at 70 years old due to a ferocious cancer which was just diagnosed two day ago.  Kilmister's health had been poor for the last few years and  had to cancel many European dates. He lived a very hard life!Le ...
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Brian Whelan And Primal Twang

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L.A. based singer/songwriter/ producer.. Brian Whelan  sends spiritual consolation  through his music. His dossier includes playing with the likes of Chuck Berry and Dwight Yoakam. Whelan learned to play guitar before he could walk! The album "Decider" is a few ...
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Scott Weiland… Tumble In The Rough

Scott Weiland… Tumble In The Rough

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Scott Weiland’s death came as no surprise by purported music pundits. The Internet was inundated with posts saying that his death was as much to be expected. Scott’s bouts with addictions were well known; but along with being his burden to bear it also created his genius. If anyone who has had t ...
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