JD & The Straight Shot are back with their latest project Good Luck and Good Night. The album captures true folk essence within each track. “The Ballad of Jacob Marley”, with its enchanting vocals and haunting banjo rhythm is a true homage to the deepest sewn roots of Americana. JD and his band of talented instrumentalists combine for the track “Moonlight”. “I Know You Know … Continue reading JD & The Straight Shot: Good Luck and Good Night Out Sept. 15!
Bluegrass has been a timeless tradition from the hills of Kentucky and Virginia to the music city of Tennessee. Their songs are perfected in a way very few bands can do. The Grascals bring to life “Before Breakfest” with the listener submerging their selfs into the stories. The Grascals is a sextet comprised of Danny Roberts, Terry Eldredge, Kristin Scott Benson, Terry Smith, Adam Haynes, … Continue reading The Grascals “BEFORE BREAKFAST” Album set to release September 1st
Brandon Gibbs, Lead Singer / Guitarist for the Super Group Devil City Angels might not be a familiar name to some but this fellow is Just as wonderful and Talented as his past and present Band memebers of Devil City Angels Featuring Rikki Rockett (Poison) Eric Brittingham (Cinderella) Joel Koche (Collective Soul) Chuck Garric (Alice Cooper Band) Tracii Guns (LA Guns) .Just to name a … Continue reading Brandon Gibbs set to release new album ” October Twenty Four
New York based Indie rock band Upright Man is set to release their self-titled album this Friday, August 18th and it is absolutely worth hearing! The album is mellow, easy listening. The band captures laid back, psychedelic-like essence with use of deliberate vocals, roots-rock style guitar rhythms, and finessed percussion. Aidan Dolan (vocals, guitar), Nick Katz (bass, vocals) and Max Yassky (drums, backing vocals) have … Continue reading Upright Man Debuts Album This August
With over 40 albums under their belt, Doyle Lawson & Quicksilver are at it again bringing a masterpiece to life through traditional bluegrass and story telling song writing. As Doyle has put it, “Life itself is really a continuous story that embraces the beginning, the middle and inevitable ending.” He sums it up perfectly in this astounding album. The album starts with “Kids These Days” … Continue reading Life Is A Story: Doyle Lawson & Quicksilver
Shane Owens is a traditional country artist who has hit a few road blocks throughout his career and refused to give up. Owens recorded his first album in 2005 producing a hit single in Texas and never really made it any further than that. Then in 2009 Owens was ready to release a follow up album produced by James Stroud when the recording company went … Continue reading Shane Owens is bringing back country music with “Where I’m Comin’ From”
No Advisory – Everyone is Stupid Album Review No Advisory, the band that has been rocking from Los Angeles, are delivering their angsty, punk rock style in their latest album, Everyone is Stupid. True to form, the album boasts plenty of fantastic angry screams laid over bombastic drums accompanied with driving guitars. The guys don’t hold back as every track on the album is packed … Continue reading Album Review: No Advisory’s Everyone is Stupid
Pierce The Veil Concert Review Made To Destroy Tour with I Prevail; Neck Deep & Pierce The Veil by Song River There is a sonic organic defining when it comes to certain bands. A motion occurs, an unexplainable thread connects each band member to each band member and it all translates to their audience completing this intense vibe, a complete circuit of undeniable and passionate … Continue reading Pierce The Veil Takes Marquee Theatre in Mesa, Arizona!
Album Review: “Vol. 2, Prayers For The Blessed” by: Song River What time is it? On the clock of hard rock it is always SIXX: A.M. As bassist Nikki Sixx along with guitarist DJ Ashba and vocalist James Michael release the second half of their dos blazing hard rock albums… on November 18th number two will be- “Vol. 2, Prayers For The Blessed” only on … Continue reading Song River reviews new Sixx: A.M. Album “Prayers for the Blessed”
Final Self-titled Album- Yellowcard By: Song River Listening to the final Yellowcard album, self-titled seems to be an appropriate choice. Streaming their album and spinning their first single, “Rest In Peace,” I immediately had to shoot an instant message over to their PR department and say that it feels like we are losing a best friend. It has been a long journey and there were … Continue reading Yellowcard Releases Final Self-Titled Album