Greta Van Fleet: From The Fires

L-R: Sam Kiszka, Josh Kiszka, Danny Wagner, Jake Kiszka

Big cities like Los Angeles, Nashville, and New York City have long been revered as musical hotspots, overflowing with unique blends of new artists and bands. Then, there are new rockers, Greta Van Fleet, emerging From The Fires of Frankenmuth, Mich. …

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Randy Rhoads Photographs Being Auctioned In Honor of Late Guitarist’s Birthday

Iconic heavy metal guitarist, Randy Rhoads, would have turned 61 today, Dec. 6, 2017. The musician, best known for his work with Quiet Riot and Ozzy Osbourne, was killed in a plane crash on Mar. 19, 1982 at the age of 25.

Though his time on the road was short-lived, …

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Triple Crown Records: Keeping The Crown

In a time where the music industry, as well as much of the world, is driven by larger owned entities and a chaotic abundance of accessible music and content, it’s difficult for smaller run labels to exist — much less to standout amongst others. Yet, somehow, a few manage to …

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Malcolm Young: Saluting a Rock Legend

The loss of Malcolm Young has left vibrations felt throughout the rock community. Malcolm — who co-founded renowned rock band AC/DC with his brother Angus Young in 1973 – passed Nov. 18 at the age of 64, due to complications from dementia. His family released a statement on the band’s …

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The Front Bottoms: Love Tastes Good

Despite performing as The Front Bottoms for 10 years, lead vocalist, Brian Sella, still feels as though people are just getting acquainted with the band, with new fans discovering them every day. A month following the release of their sixth record, Going Grey, and it’s easy to see why. …

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Skytown Riot: Alive In The Fire

Hailing from Nashville, Tenn. — a city known for its intoxicating blend of various musical genres – Skytown Riot fit right in. Offering their own unique take on mix of rock and alternative, the band have made a name for themselves among the local circuit. Now, less than a year …

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The Maine: Getting Nostalgic for the Now

The past and the present are colliding on The Maine’s current Modern Nostalgia Tour. Featuring the Arizona quintet playing their last two albums–2015’s, American Candy, and 2017’s, Lovely Little Lonely–top-to-bottom and back-to-back each night, the band is in unchartered territory.

Despite having been a band for the course …

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DREAMERS: Living the Dream

Showcasing a unique blend of pop, indie and rock, DREAMERS have got their heads in the clouds, and it’s easy to see why. Since their conception three years ago, the trio–Nick Wold, Marc Nelson, and Jacob Lee Wick–have been on an upward trajectory: playing coveted music festivals, releasing their …

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Geena Renee: Don’t Leave Me Here

As kids, we all have lists of things we want to be when we grow up: a doctor, a teacher, a singer. But as we age and interests change, few children end up following through on these childhood dreams. Yet since Geena Renee picked up a violin at the age …

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In Memoriam – To The Lives Lost In Las Vegas

I’ve been dreading writing these words since I woke up on October 2nd. Actually, I’ve dreaded writing these words for years now: since Paris, since Orlando, since Manchester.

There doesn’t seem to be a way to properly convey the heaviness, the true impact of all the lives lost in Las …

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