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After breaking out into the music industry by releasing singles and auditioning on Season 18 of American Idol, up and coming pop singer Natalie Jane has been making waves on the internet. Racking up 1.26 million subscribers on Youtube, 2.1 million followers on Instagram, and 9.3 million followers on TikTok,…
With the release of the Bob Marley: One Love movie on February 14th, Island Records and Tuff Gong Records release a ten track EP Bob Marley: One Love Music Inspired by the film. These are ten songs written and created by Bob Marley that the Marley family had a hand…
On March 3rd, 2024, the Golden 1 Center in Sacramento became the epicenter of an unforgettable night of music, hosting a stellar lineup that included the iconic Fall Out Boy, the spirited The Maine, and the dynamic duo Daisy Grenade. This concert was part of Fall Out Boy's much-anticipated So…
A Saturday night in downtown Los Angeles is always a good time . . . throw in Heavy Metal masters Machine Head playing a show at The Bellwether and the fact that it is the last night of their North American Slaughter the Martour and you have one hell of…
Growing up before the time of Spotify and big file sharing tools. Finding new music was a bit scarcer. Especially in the world of rock and metal, as they weren’t in the mainstream all too often. One of the biggest revolutions in getting more eyes on rock and metal was…
Styx graced us with their magical and stunning presence last Tuesday night at Hard Rock Live in Sacramento. What can I say about Styx that anyone older than 40 doesn’t already know? They are an amalgam of yacht rock and progressive rock mixed in with heavy guitar from the 1970s.…
The Metalcore Dropouts Tour came to an explosive end in Minneapolis this weekend. The Devil Wears Prada, Fit for a King, Counterparts, and AVOID had been touring all over North America for almost two entire months and it was time to close it all out. Let me tell you -…
The final show of Chance Pena's I Am Not Who I Was US Tour at the Teragram Ballroom in Los Angeles was a night filled with music that transported you to the nostalgia of childhood while also filling you with dreams for the future. The evening kicked off with Hayd,…
I often wonder how hard it must be for young artists coming up to find a voice in the new corporate world of packaged media and streaming. The idea of the 70’s and 80’s and garage bands seems such a thing of the past, and much of the fun has…
During NAMM week, the first event to kick off the festivities is the annual Metal Hall of Fame ceremony. Everyone that knows me well knows how I feel about mainstream music award shows and hall of fame ceremonies. They basically shun out the hard rock and heavy metal artists like…
The last time Rabit and I were at the Toyota Arena in Ontario, it was to see pop violinist Lindsey Stirling for her Christmas show in 2019, 4 months before the pandemic started. It was an emotional time for me at that as well because 2 weeks later my father…
On March 1st, Romain Virgo will be releasing his 4th studio album, The Gentle Man. We’ve waited quite a few years for this new album, and I'm here to tell you, it is well worth the wait. This 12 track release gives us Romain’s wonderful Lover’s Rock stylin’ but he…
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