An Interview with Gregg Allman: On His New Album, Alabama, And Good Vibes

            It’s been nearly 50 years since America’s beloved Allman Brothers Band formed down in Macon, Georgia, and turned their southern bluesy rock sound into three platinum albums. Since then, Gregg Allman has forged an entire solo career, different iterations of his self-titled band, briefly reunited The Allman Brothers, and gone …

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An Interview with Marianas Trench: The Intimacy and the Ecstasy

It’s no coincidence that Canadian pop rock quartet Marianas Trench will soon be stopping by on their American SPF 80s tour just as the true Jersey heat is settling in. Founded in 2001 by the son of a vocal coach and recording studio owner, Josh Ramsey (lead vocals, rhythm guitar …

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An Interview with Moose Blood: Making Me Blush

This time last year, English-based quartet Moose Blood spent their summer traveling across the sea as a supporting group on the Vans Warped Tour. Gaining initial momentum from their No Sleep Records debut, I’ll Keep You In Mind, From Time To Time, in 2014, the band delivers serene musicianship …

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An Interview with Phil Collen of Def Leppard: What It’s About

Between shows on a busy tour schedule promoting Def Leppard’s latest and showcasing their hard rock classics that I know you know and love, it’s a wonder guitarist Phil Collen has time for much else. Never a musician (or band) to settle for good enough, Collen is also busy producing …

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The Original Animal: An Interview with Eric Burdon

It’s interesting that we tend to associate a band’s sound, look, even, with its lead vocalist. Sure, the “frontman” is right in front. They are the band member the eye is drawn to. Above the percussion, playing with the guitar, trading off with synth, their pipes are glue filling in …

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An Interview with Frank Hannon: Getting What They Give

Masters of melodic, optimistic hard rock tunes, Tesla are busy sharing the road with tourmates Def Leppard and REO Speedwagon, making this summer their 30th anniversary of (pretty) consistent touring. Never a band for slacking off, 2016 will also see two new releases from the Tesla factory and a selection …

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An Interview with Zakk Wylde: In The Making

For many artists and musicians, a fruitful career that can span two decades is a dream come true. But for guitar legend Zakk Wylde, a 20-year timespan is merely the most recent break in between his debut solo album, Book Of Shadows, and its sequel, Book Of Shadows II

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The Story Never Ends: An Interview with 311’s Aaron “P-Nut” Wills

For over 20 years, 311 have made their mark on the music scene. With countless live shows all over the world, a catalogue of amazing music, and an uplifting message to come along, they really know how to make a music fan have a good time. I wish I could …

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Jane’s Addiction: 25 Anos De Rituaul

Jane’s Addiction Celebrates The Silver Anniversary Of Ritual De Lo Habitual With Dinosaur Jr.

“Been Caught Stealing” is probably the weakest link on Jane’s Addiction’s Ritual de lo Habitual. It’s a mildly catchy, somewhat goofy, three-minute track amid a record of alternative anthems, phenomenal songwriting, relevant social commentary, and …

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An Interview with The Battery Electric: Rock ‘N’ Roll The Way It Should Be

The Battery Electric make rock ‘n’ roll the way it’s supposed to be: fun, irreverent and spine-rattling. A mix of The Rolling Stones, The Stooges, New York Dolls, The Ramones, and Kiss blended with a bit of James Brown and Duane Eddy, The Battery Electric’s raucous, riotous, uproarious rock is …

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