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Biters….. Low Lives in High Definition

Before heavy metal, thrash, speed metal, black metal, glam metal  and nu-metal, their hard-rock precursor blasted from arenas worldwide. Simple straightforward songs about sex, drugs and rock ‘n’ roll (and the occasional power ballad) from the likes of AC/DC, Thin Lizzy, Deep Purple, Kiss, Led ...
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Atomic A Go Go.. Motobunny

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With summer only a few weeks ahead it’s not to early to claim that Motobunny’s killer smash “Let’s Go Out” could very well be the best record for the hot months ahead. Already being spun on satellite and at some very persuasive radio stations the song has ...
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Ricky Nelson and the Garden Party

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This year marks the 30th anniversary of the tragic death of Ricky Nelson while flying to make a show in Dallas. His DC3 plane, which originally was owned by Jerry Lee Lewis caught fire and crashed. Initial reports said that the Nelson and party wer ...
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The Story of Cisco And Dewey

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They say a picture is worth a thousand words; if so then a song is worth a million. The ethos of California Country is greatly told and inspired by Cisco & Dewey (Tony Marsico aka Cisco..  Darran Falcone aka Dewey) ... They aren’t robbers per say, nor do they have any cowboy ...
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Mungomania and The Money-Go-Round

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The British rock scene in the early 70’s was bombastic to say the least.  Bands like Black Sabbath, Cream and Led Zeppelin were starting  out and receiving  blanket  radio airplay on both sides of the Atlantic. Out of nowhere ...
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Jon Byrne Beneath the Stains of Time

Jon Byrne Beneath the Stains of Time

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British songwriter/performer Jon Byrne proves that marching to one’s own beat proves that genius and insanity are much the same. Reminiscent of The Kinks Ray Davies had done during his more productive years he would write about social injustices of Great Britain under the auspices of humor and sar ...
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The Soft White Sixties Get It Right

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The San Francisco Bay area has always been an epicenter for American music. So it is with the bay local artist The Soft White Sixties. When journalists write about bands they feel the need to compare them to other bands. Unfortunately I’m not going to proceed with such triteness but what I ...
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Ming City Rockers Let There Be Rock

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It’s not an easy task being a snotty rock band from Immingham, England but with the debut of Ming Cty Rocker’s first and only album they’ve proved that anything can happen. We’ve followed this band pretty much since their inception and though press has been favorable it seems to fester on th ...
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Daniel Ash Stripped in Dystopia

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Daniel Ash is an artist that always forges forward; he never remains static. That being said his new endeavor -“Stripped” takes many of his songs and “re-takes” them. At first when I learned about the project, as anyone would think, it was Ash’s tracks remade, remixed or u ...
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Calico the band.. Sweethearts of the Rodeo

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Calico the band is ready to embark on a phenomenal trip with the release of their debut album Rancho California. “Calico” is an acronym for “California Country” but don’t let semantics under rate the nuances of this musical feat. Perhaps drawn together to Los Angeles by th ...
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