ADLER – Jacob Bunton and Johnny Martin

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ROBERT SARZO – Hot Licks Sink Ships

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THE BABYS’ John Bisaha – Back On Their Feet Again

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GUS G – Going Solo, Ozzy and More…

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Gus G may be well know for his work with Ozzy Osbourne, but he has more than a few other tricks up his sleeve. He has been playing with his successful power metal band Firewind since 1998. He also made guest appearances on countless albums for other artists including Old Man’s Child, Sigh, and In… Read more »


GARY HOLLAND – Guns, Drugs and Rock N’ Roll

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RIK FOX – Speaks of W.A.S.P., Steeler and Sin

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FLYLEAF – On Fire!

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It may be hard to believe, but the band Flyleaf began their journey in Texas all the way back in 2002. Former vocalist Lacey Sturm came together with drummer James Culpepper, guitarists Jared Hartmann and Sameer Bhattacharya and bassist Pat Seals and began pounding the pavement under a different band name in Texas, before being… Read more »


JOE PERRY’S MERRY CHRISTMAS – Why Santa Really Came Back to Town

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T’was the night before Christmas and all through the town, People chatted about Joe Perry’s new Christmas album, What an awesome sound!   Run Rudolph Run, it’s never a Silent Night, The kitchen is a buzzin’ with cookies and yummy delights!   White Christmas on the East coast; warm and green on the West, With… Read more »


KALEDON – Kings of the Light

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When in Rome, rock your socks off like Kaledon!  These Italian epic metal bastions are rightfully proud of their latest studio concept album called Antillius: The King of the Light.  With many layers evident as each track melts into the following one, this album is just one moment in and amongst a series of concept… Read more »


CODY BEEBE and the CROOKS – Recording Session

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A casual music listener may hear a catchy song and know they like it, but not think beyond that. A more serious music fan may pay attention to vocal harmonies, guitar solos and the rhythm section, but still not think about how much work actually goes into creating that piece of music. Recently, Screamer was… Read more »