Reflections in Red Carved out of the pristine, Colorado landscape sits one of the most unique and elegantly engineered outdoor venues in the U.S., The Red Rocks Park and Amphitheatre. Situated in Morrison, Colorado approximately 10 miles outside of Denver, Red Rocks is not only a concert venue but also a part of the Denver Parks System. With its haunting, amber glow that illuminates from … Continue reading Article/Interview: “Reflections in Red” (An Interview with Adam Ferraioli, drummer of Get the Led Out: The American Led Zeppelin) by: Amanda Knight
Rock Legends ZZ Top played the Palace Theatre in Columbus, OH last week and MusicMattersMagazine.com was there to capture all of the action. Kicking off the show was Goodbye June. This band from Tennessee is full of energy and excitement with hair flying all over the place while playing their own blend of blues mixed with rock and roll. Goodbye June is made up of … Continue reading Concert Review/Photos: ZZ Top at the Palace Theatre in Columbus, OH 9/29/15
Day One of Louder than life began with rain that delayed the opening of the gates as the grounds crew worked hard to lay down wood chips filling in the mudholes/puddles to try and keep festival goers as dry as possible. Luckily the little bit of rain that came throughout the festival was just a drizzle and only a few bands had to be cancelled … Continue reading Exclusive Photos: Louder Than Life 2015 Day one Jagermeister stage photos featuring Romantic Rebel, Like A Storm, Aranda, and Issues
Prime Social Group put together the first annual “Country Night Lights” festival that consisted of an amazing lineup of entertainment, a mechanical bull, a ferris wheel, and a nice selection of food, drink and merchandise vendors. This years inaugural lineup included Corey Hager, Christian Kaser Band, Carter Winter, Brooke Eden, Chase Bryant, Easton Corbin, and the headliner of the festival was none other than Sam … Continue reading Festival Review/Photos: Was the first annual “Country Night Lights” Festival a Success?
A Conversation with Richard Young of the Ky Headhunters Interviewer: Ryan Pike of MusicMattersMagazine.com Born in Edmonton, in southern Kentucky; The Kentucky Headhunters started out in 1968 driving around in an old bread truck. Now 47 years later the Kentucky Headhunters are still touring, releasing albums, selling out venues and rocking the stage where ever they go. Sturgis 2015 just took place this past and it has … Continue reading Interview: Richard Young of the Kentucky Headhunters shares stories about his memories of the “Full Throttle Saloon” and provides some insight to the history of the Kentucky Headhunters as well as his son’s band Black Stone Cherry in a conversation with our very own Ryan Pike