Author: Laura De Gaetano

Laura De Gaetano

TREMONTI – Knowing No Boundaries

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In the words of William Shakespeare, “Some are born great, some achieve greatness, and some have greatness thrust upon them.” Through the years of rock n’ roll, we have experienced artists who are a testament to that statement and Mark Tremonti is one of them. Willfully deciding to become a self taught musician and avoid… Read more »


LOVERBOY – Keeping It Up

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While most people are Workin’ For The Weekend, Mike Reno and Canadian rock band Loverboy work for their fans and they’re Lovin’ Every Minute Of It. As Loverboy currently tours with The Romantics and Rick Springfield, we can only imagine the perfect blend of multi-platinum hits that will be performed to give us a classic… Read more »


TREMONTI – Cauterize

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Tremonti is set to release their second album via Fret12 on June 9th, titled Cauterize. Interestingly enough, the album was originally going to be called Providence, but after Mark spoke to his brother Dan about the name and was told that it would bring religious assumption about the band just like Creed and Alter Bridge… Read more »


THE VINTAGE CARAVAN – Heats Up Iceland

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With the flood of cookie cutter bands and pop artists emerging from every which direction these days, it is a breath of fresh air when a promising, talented, non-egotistical and monumental trio comes along to bring rock music to the world. Icelandic psychedelic, progressive rock band The Vintage Caravan brings us to a euphoric state… Read more »


THREE DAYS GRACE – Human

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It has been a long while since Canadian rock band Three Days Grace has released a new album–or any new music for that matter. Three Days Grace gave us their fifth studio album Human on March 31, 2015 which features new vocalist Matt Walst (brother of bassist Brad Walst) from My Darkest Day. There is… Read more »


GEORGE THOROGOOD – Badder Than Ever

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As a writer your experiences are written by the artists you encounter, so when the opportunity to interview a legendary rocker such as George Thorogood arises, you jump at it.  The man who brought us immortal rockin’ blues tunes like Bad To The Bone, Who Do You Love? and I Drink Alone is reuniting with… Read more »


SOILWORK – Live In The Heart Of Helsinki

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Swedish melodic Death Metal band Soilwork is releasing their first ever live DVD/Blue-Ray on April 7, 2015 called Live In The Heart Of Helsinki. Recorded during a special show on March 21, 2014 at Circus Club in the Finnish capitol, it  was produced by Jouni Markkanen and directed by Ville Lipiäinen and will feature 23… Read more »