Interview with Mikee W. Goodman Lead Vocalist for: sikTH With Song River firstname.lastname@example.org “Life should be of love not hate.”- Mikee W. Goodman An interesting and diverse character might be the best two words to begin describing lead vocalist, Mikee W. Goodman of sikTH, that and a creative genius living in this ball of sorts of cataclysmic creative sorcery. He is known British man as … Continue reading Interview: “Life should be of love, not hate” The words of Mikee W. Goodman of sikTH
If you haven’t made your plans for the 3rd annual Louder Than Life festival in Louisville, KY at Champions Park, you had better do so! Louder Than Life is a 2 day rock and metal music festival featuring some of the hottest acts in the world. Last year’s event was a sellout of over 50,000 attendees. Even with a cold rainy saturday and a sun … Continue reading Have You Made Your Plans for Louisville’s Louder Than Life?
KISS played for a packed house at Wright State University’s Nutter Center in Dayton, Ohio on Monday night. During the show, Paul polled the crowd by asking how many fans were seeing KISS for the first time. To my surprise, many hands were up in the air including mine. Paul went on to tell the crowd that they are out there to make sure the … Continue reading KISS: A First Time Experience For Many at The Nutter Center
Song River with Punk Band Better Things Song River: Life certainly can have ‘better things’ in her… how do you see this name fitting your punk 90’s sound out of Vermont? Better Things: I don’t think we’ve ever thought of it as a punk 90’s name. More as a reflection of what we try to do as a band. We’re always going to strive to … Continue reading Punk Band Better Things On the 90s, the 2000s and What’s to Come of the Mashup
Gov’t Mule played to a packed house at the Rose Music Center on Saturday night! The band is led by Warren Haynes (vocals/guitar) with the accompaniment of Matt Abts (drums) Jorgen Carlsson (bass) and Danny Louis (keyboards/guitar). As the headliners took the stage, there were very few empty seats in the house. Many drinks and good times were had by the exuberant and rowdy crowd. … Continue reading Gov’t Mule Packs ‘Em in at The Rose Music Center
Two of the most legendary groups in all of music graced the stage of the Rose Music Center in Huber Heights, OH on Thursday night! Fans packed into the venue in anticipation of the performances of these Rock and Roll Hall of Famers! Check out our photo galleries below! Our Complete Photo Gallery of The Four Tops Live at the Rose Music Center Photos provided … Continue reading The Beach Boys and The Four Tops Photo Galleries from The Rose Music Center
ZZ Top and Gregg Allman had originally sold out The Rose Music Center for Tuesday night’s show on 8/16/16. Due to an unforeseen hospitalization from illness Gregg Allman unfortunately cancelled his appearance for this performance. On short notice The Rose Music Center was able to fill the void with an energetic and musically talented group of individuals in Robert Randolph and The Family Band. The … Continue reading ZZ Top Sells Out The Rose Music Center with special guests Robert Randolph and the Family Band and Jonny Two Bags
I can, with utmost confidence, state that The Tip is quite possibly the best-kept rock n’ roll secret to come out of Nashville. If the band’s 2015 self-titled debut album wasn’t enough to garner your attention, their sophomore album, Sailor’s Grave will. From the opening chords of the first track to the final reverb of the ending track, the album is strong with mature vocals … Continue reading The Tip Debut New Album Sailor’s Grave
Tina Webb is a personal friend of mine who I have known for around 15 years. Tina is from Ironton, OH and is the mother of an outgoing amazing little boy who is dealing with a trial that no five year old should have to ever deal with. Tina is fighting the most courageous battle of her life as she was diagnosed with pancreatic cancer … Continue reading Christian Music Artist Patrick Rivers to Donate Entire Months Proceeds From Downloads of New Single to Mother with Pancreatic Cancer
From his earliest days living in Manhattan to his residency in Washington, DC, John Hall has paved the way both musically and politically. In his candid, honest, and informative book, Still the One: A Rock n’ Roll Journey to Congress and Back, Hall hits the highs and lows of his musical career with the band, Orleans, and his endeavors in politics that won him a … Continue reading From Orleans to Office John Hall’s New Book Tells All!