9 Left Dead: The Wrong Things

Hailing from Amber, Oklahoma, 9 Left Dead, started to receive their mainstream buzz when the group beat out over 100 bands in Oklahoma City’s rock radio station KATT (Rock 100.5FM) and Rock U Live’s “2010 B...

Sebastian Bach: Kicking & Screaming

Sebastian Bach is back with a vengeance on his new solo album, Kicking & Screaming. If the ex-Skid Row singer sounds pissed on this record, maybe it’s because of the recent separation from his wife of 1...

The Real Nasty: Dirty Dollars

The Real Nasty, who started off as a rock and country band, now blend blues, funk and jam elements. The trio is made up of Ryan Lukas, the founder, songwriter, vocalist and bassist, Jacob Groopman on guitar...

The Fairchilds: Our Revolution

Coming from parents who are in the medical industry, Cyril Niccolai was once a medical student himself, but decided on a different route midway through college and is now an international recording artist w...

The Parlor Mob: Dogs

Following up from their 2008 debut, And You Were A Crow, New Jersey natives The Parlor Mob release their sophomore album, Dogs. The band has grown after being on the road and now brings a heavier experiment...
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Betty Poison: A New King Of Poison

Coming all the way from Italy to play Asbury Park’s The Saint is Betty Poison. Shortly after they formed in 2005, the grunge group toured all throughout Europe and even was asked to open for Courtney Love and H...

The Trophy Fire: Modern Hearts

The Trophy Fire is an indie/power-pop band that was formed back in 2007 by lead singer and guitarist Ben Flanagan. In 2008, Flanagan worked with Jamie McGoldrick to release their first record, A Lifetime In...
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The Broadcast: Soul Traveler

Caitlin Krisko is the voice and creator of The Broadcast, a soul-infused rock sextet whose influences range from songbirds like Janis Joplin and Aretha Franklin to the funkadelic swag of the Motown days. The gr...
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Michael Monroe: He Rocks

Since going solo from his Hanoi Rocks days, singer and multi-instrumentalist Michael Monroe has pulled together a new band. Just last month, he released Sensory Overdrive, the first studio album from his newest...