Whitesnake: Heeding The Tarzan Call

Regardless of the version of Whitesnake you’re familiar with, one thing remains consistent: Vocalist David Coverdale has held onto his position as one of music’s most iconic performers. Founded in 1977, the band has seen its fair share of members come and go, while Coverdale’s position at the helm has …

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Interview with Better Than Ezra: Better Than Solo

Following the release of their 2005 album, Before The Robots (Artemis Records), Better Than Ezra’s latest production, Paper Empire (Red Distribution/MRI), marks a melodic, noteworthy release from the Los Angeles outfit. Formed in the late-’80s and influenced by the who’s who in music of that era, Paper Empire continues to …

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Interview with Sebastian Bach: From Skid Row To New Horizons

Currently on tour, iconic metal vocalist Sebastian Bach brings his years of experience, talent, and fun-loving charisma to local stages throughout the summer. Realizing his days as the vocalist for Skid Row are behind him, Bach has maintained a steady presence in heavy metal circles as well as through new, …

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Interview with The Bravery: Eclectic Collections

Included on the Projekt Revolution roster, Island Def Jam’s The Bravery bring their unique sound to the tour’s main stage. What follows is a brief interview with vocalist and founding member Sam Endicott, a mixture of talk of The Bravery’s involvement in the tour, the band’s beginnings, Endicott’s creative process …

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Interview with Vince DiFiore: CAKE And A Sandwich

It’s undeniable: the ol’ music industry’s a’changin’. In the sanctimonious name of progress, with bands releasing albums online-only and the looming threat of CDs going the way of the mastodon (animal, not band), it must tax a band’s creativity to come up with interesting ways to encourage album sales. Fans …

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Interview with Evanescence: Going Under The Influence

I don’t think it’s too much of a litcrime to suggest, if Edgar Allan Poe were still lurking in the shadows, he’d be an Evanescence fan. Oh, maybe you’re thinking: “How dare she compare Poe with a 21st century band? Blasphemy!” Shh. It’s okay. I’m not out to offend your …

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Interview with Tegan And Sara: Quintessentially

Released in July 2007 on Vapor Records, Tegan And Sara’s fifth album, The Con, marks a noteworthy shift from pleasant pop to a level of sophistication and maturity that the duo has seemed to always possess. For the album’s production the Quins relocated to Portland and, with Death Cab …

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