Anna Rose: Don’t Let The Name Fool You

The soft and girly name is just a front. The gritty rock and roll woman behind it is a whole other story. Her strong vocals and passion for music turn this woman into a true musician. This 27-year-old singer-songwriter has a different style than most. Her music has a touch …

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Fergus And Geronimo: Gettin’ Funky

This eccentric group, mainly consisting of Andrew Savage and Jason Kelly, is a bizarre and lively rollercoaster ride of rock and funk. Fergus And Geronimo are far from conventional. Strange sounds and robotic chants included, their sound has drastically changed over the last few years. After releasing some R&B-like tunes …

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Ben Arthur: A Musical Novel

Acoustic indie musician and novelist Ben Arthur is releasing his new album and novel, both titled If You Look For My Heart. The songs are embedded into the novel, which you can access on your iPad, iPhone, and other devices. The novel is a story of three characters and …

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SafetySuit: These Times Are Hard

Nashville pop rock group SafetySuit continues to ride their wave of success. After the popularity of the single, “Stay,” they skyrocketed to number one on various music charts. Hit music videos and over 200 concerts later, they’ve released another album, These Times. In support of this new album, they’re …

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Ben Folds Five: Guess Who’s Back?

After their breakup in 2000 and numerous mini reunions afterward, Ben Folds Five are back. Ben Folds released solo work over the years, but now he returns with his bandmates—and they’re ready to showcase their new album, The Sound Of The Life Of The Mind. Their alternative piano rock …

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Kreator & Accept: On The Attack

German thrash legends Kreator have partnered with Accept to tour the States and Canada over the next few couple of months on the Teutonic Terror Attack Tour. After the June release of their 13th studio album, Phantom Antichrist, they hit the music charts all over the U.S. This September …

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Annie And The Beekeepers: My Bonneville

While some bands focus on their musical talents and throw extremely deep lyrics to the wayside, Annie And The Beekepers seem to focus strongly on both. Singer Annie Lynch treats her lyrics like she would her own life, as important as they could be. Pair them with her beautiful indie …

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Emergency Service: Emergency Service

Blending pop, rock, hip-hop and jazz together is no easy task. Somehow, Emergency Service has managed to do it, and do it well. With dual vocalists Sam Rivers and Ed Matos combining singing and rapping, this group accomplishes diversity. Add in a subtle trumpet by Chris Norton and you’ve got …

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The Late Call: Pale Morning Light

Stockholm singer-songwriter Johannes Mayer has created one of the most captivating releases of 2012. Pale Morning Light is a 10-song journey through a narrative. On his previous albums, the vibe veered towards mainstream, but not this one. It seems he finally decided to let go and venture in a different …

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Carnival Of Madness: The Carnival Is In Town

The PNC Bank Arts Center is hosting the Carnival Of Madness this month. The festival features gothic rockers Evanescence and the female-fronted Halestorm in addition to Chevelle, Cavo and New Medicine. These dark and twisted acts are touring through August and the beginning of September. There are plenty of contests …

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