Stryper: A Growing Legacy

Oz Fox and Michael Sweet are two of the members of the highly regarded Christian rock band Stryper. Formed in 1983, they are happy to hit the road again, as they recently embarked on a three-month tour in June. Stryper are set to perform on July 13 at B.B.

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Los Lobos: No Money, No Problem

Brookfield Place, formerly the World Financial Center, will play host to a free, two-day festival in Lower Manhattan. On July 10 and 11, the Lowdown Hudson Blues Festival will remain entirely free with no need for tickets or reservations. Performing on the first day will be B.B. King and …

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Broken Anchor: Setting Sail

Singer-songwriter Austin Hartley-Leonard has teamed up with producer Brad Gordon to form Broken Anchor. The act has gotten a lot of hype with the success of the most recent video for “Never Leave Me Alone.” The debut album, Fresh Lemonade, features songs from the past three EPs and …

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Bronze Radio Return: Up, On & Over

Bronze Radio Return are an indie rock/roots band hailing from Hartford, Connecticut. They are composed of six members who all take a key role in developing the group’s original sound, and having multiple vocalists allows them to take part in tremendous harmonies that can be heard throughout the record. “Mister, …

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Poor Young Things: The Heart. The Head. The End.

The Heart. The Head. The End. is the debut full-length from the Toronto rock quintet Poor Young Things. It is composed of 13 tracks that are well produced, energetic and catchy. Kicking off the album is the four-minute “Dress It Up.” With multiple guitars and vocals blending together, the band’s …

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Queens Of The Stone Age @ Vintage Vinyl

FORDS, NJ—On Thursday, May 30, Queens Of The Stone Age announced they would be performing at local NJ record store, Vintage Vinyl. This rare and intimate performance would take place the following Thursday on June 6. In order to get a wristband and ticket into the venue, you had to …

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Leroy Justice: Above The Weather

Leroy Justice are a rock quintet from New York City. They released their latest album, Above The Weather, back in April. With the use of an organ, lead and rhythm guitars, as well as bass and drums, they were able to create 10 brilliant compositions filled with beautiful melodies. …

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Dark Sermon: In Tongues

Hailing from Tampa, Florida, Dark Sermon released their debut full-length, In Tongues, in March. This album really showcases the group’s strengths, as it introduces them into the death metal scene. Two key songs on this record are the title-track and “The Tree Of New Life.” These cuts provide the …

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The Carper Family: In The Swing Of Things

Composed of Melissa Carper, Beth Chrisman, and Jenn Miori, The Carper Family are a trio that bring country, bluegrass and swing music to life. The band is currently touring the country in support of their second record, Old-Fashioned Gal. They will play the Asbury Cafe, located within The Saint

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The 1975: Hard At Work

The 1975 are a British rock band formed in 2002, when the members were in high school. They have developed a unique combination of alternative rock and pop that can be seen on their previous EPs. The band released their fourth EP, IV, back in May. Currently awaiting the …

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