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William Fitzsimmons: Road Trip Part Two

Gold In The Shadow is the fourth full-length production from accomplished Pittsburgh folk artist William Fitzsimmons, and was released this past December. Fitzsimmons spent the majority of 2011 touring in support of the disc, stopping in 60+ cities for countless sold out shows. This February, he picks up the journey…

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Johnny Dirt Tribute: Keep On Rockin’

Northern New Jersey rockers mourned the death of Bloomfield club owner Johnny Dirt this past September. His Dirt Club was known as a place where bands could get their start from the ‘70s to the ‘90s. On Feb. 25, Tierney’s Tavern of Montclair will be hosting “A Very Dirt Evening”…

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Soulicit: Young Rockstars

Hailing from Wichita, Kansas, up-and-coming hard rock group Soulicit. They’ve been busy in the last couple months, with the release of their full-length debut, Parking Lot Rockstar this past November and its consequent tour with Anew Revolution and Anchored, which ended earlier this month. The party continues however, as they…

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Outside The Box: No Place Like Home

Outside The Box, a rock group stationed out of the Jersey Shore has made a name for themselves in Asbury Park. After being named house band of The Stone Pony in 2008, Outside The Box has won numerous awards including “Top Rock Band.” On Feb. 18 they’re set to open…

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Darrell Scott: On The Road Again

Long-time country music star Darrell Scott, son of the famous Wayne Scott, is on the road again, after the October release of his seventh record, Long Ride Home. The album features tracks that span three decades, including two that were written by him at age 16. His travels take him…

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Joy Askew: Raise Your Glasses

Drunk On You is the upcoming fourth studio album from Brooklyn-based singer/songwriter Joy Askew, set to release on Feb. 28. From traveling in support of bands like The Who and The Rolling Stones to performing with Sufjan Stevens and Okkervil River, Askew is able to bring together the styling of…

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The Jealous Sound: Regroup

Singer-guitarist Shehan recently got back to working with his old band, L.A. indie group The Jealous Sound. Back in the studio again they released A Gentle Reminder on Jan. 31, their first record in nine years. The group is currently on tour in support of their latest release. On Feb.

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Young Jesus: Home

Don’t let the name fool you, Young Jesus is far from gospel music. Young Jesus is a Chicago-based quartet that classifies their stuff as “Party-Angst Indie.” The group consists of vocalist John Rossiter, bassist Shawn Nystrand, guitarist Cody Kellogg, and drummer Peter Martin. Home is the full-length debut for…

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The Yardbirds: Long Bounce Back

The Yardbirds, pioneers of guitar distortion and the group that went on to spawn Led Zeppelin, are still active two decades after their reformation. Few groups have undergone as many lineup changes as The Yardbirds have, but that hasn’t stopped the current lineup of Andy Mitchell, Ben King, Chris Dreja,…

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SOJA: “SOJA” Boys

SOJA have been amassing a huge reggae fan base since their formation in 1997. They recently made some noise with a benefit concert this past December honoring one of their deceased fans. This year, they are gearing up for the release of their fifth studio album, Strength To Survive. Following…

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