#157 Myles Kennedy

Issue: 157

Featuring: . Also Included Myles Kennedy, Diamante, Geoff Tate's Sweet Oblivion and Much More.

Articles in the 2021 Issue


  • MYLES KENNEDY - The Gift of Time

    Cool heads prevail in times of change Remember who we are Remember what we are Remember what we’re meant to be – Myles Kennedy, The Ides of March Rock vocalist and guitarist Myles Kennedy (Alter Bridge, Slash featuring Myles Kennedy & The Conspirators) released his sophomore solo album titled The Ides of March today (May 14, 2021), less than a

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  • DIAMANTE - Living The American Dream

    Who says you can’t have it all? Rock singer Diamante self-released her album titled American Dream on May 7th and one week later she graduated from college with a Business degree. With her signature blue hair and awe-inspiring vocal range, Diamante is a force to reckon with and her star is rising fast. American Dream has a double meaning in

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  • No Limits to GEOFF TATE's Relentless Drive

    Throughout rock n’ roll history we have experienced a wide variety of sound, sub-genres and influential musicians who have either inspired us as a listener, or have inspired us to tackle our own musical endeavors.  Music has been a platform for awareness just as often as sheer entertainment. Sometimes it even combines both to provide the full package of social

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  • DIAMANTE - American Dream - album review

    Three years after releasing her debut album, Boston born & LA based hard rock singer Diamante self-released her sophomore album American Dream on May 7th. Diamante delivers raw, honest and vulnerable lyrics emotionally charged through gritty and powerful vocals. American Dream opens hard and fast with an anthem-like hook. A little rock n’ roll and a sultry vibe create the

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  • MYLES KENNEDY - The Ides Of March - album review

    Rock singer and guitarist Myles Kennedy (Alter Bridge, Slash featuring Myles Kennedy & The Conspirators) releases his second solo album today (May 14, 2021) The Ides of March and it is an emotional and musical comfort that we all needed after such an exasperating year and a half. Kennedy has put together an unforgettable amalgamation of country, rock and blues

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  • Book Review: Nothin' But A Good Time

    The subtitle of this book is “The uncensored history of the ’80s hard rock explosion.” Having been a writer for Screamer Magazine since 1988, I was familiar with the bands, the personalities and the clubs mentioned in the promotion and reviews for the book. For me, I was looking forward not so much about reading history, but more like reliving

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