Ed Roman has been keeping himself busy! A Multi-Award nominee and winner, Ed hails from Shelbourne Ontario, Canada and is bringing his music stateside! Ed was so kind to chat about his latest album Red Omen which boasts an outstanding acoustic quality coupled with storytelling charm. Q: I was listening to the album and was pleasantly surprised! When someone says ‘pop album’ to me, I immediately … Continue reading Award Winner Ed Roman Blurs the Lines of Pop and Folk
Andy Timmons and The Andy Timmons band will be hitting the road this October for a stretch of sixteen dates to span ten states. They guys will be promoting their most recent album, Theme From a Perfect World. Andy caught up with me this week to discuss the tour and the album! Q: Hi Andy, thank you for your time today. You’ve got sixteen days set … Continue reading Andy Timmons to Headline Sixteen Date Tour
Labor Day weekend was filled with music and The Rose Music Center in Huber Heights, Ohio was no exception! Check out the photo gallery below from Toad the Wet Sprocket’s performance with support from Rusted root! Toad the Wet Sprocket performed at The Rose Music center on September, 2nd. All photos: Amanda Knight Continue reading Rusted Root Supports Toad the Wet Sprocket
No Advisory is a punk band who has successfully emerged from one of the toughest music scenes out there: The Los Angeles music market. The band has been playing to punk fans in California and putting finishing touches on their latest album! The talented band has a string of recently released singles. They guys talk about music in LA, their favorite summer gig anda s requested, … Continue reading No Advisory Has No Limits as They Take On the Punk Scene!
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
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!
Orleans has been on the road and they are on their way to Portsmouth, Ohio, this September! Orleans will be the featured headliner on September 1st, at 9:00 PM as a part of the annual River Days celebration. Lance Hoppen and John Hall caught up with me to discuss their tour and what it’s like to have a career that’s “Still the One” after forty years! Q: … Continue reading Orleans On Tour and Coming to Portsmouth, Ohio!
There has been a lot going on in England this summer! There are many up and coming bands emerging from the woodwork and several bands have already debuted stateside. In April of this year, I was fortunate to have stumbled upon Kev Hickman and his incredible talent he delivers from behind the kit when his previous band, RavenEye performed in Nashville, Tennessee. Amongst the fury … Continue reading Drummer Kev Hickman on Aquarian Drumheads and The Latest From Aaron Buchanan and The Cult Classics
Goo Goo Dolls, and Collective Soul and Tribe Society performed at the PNC Pavilion in Cincinnati, Ohio, on Wednesday, August 3. It was a humid evening at the Riverbend Music Center but that didn’t stop any of the bands from giving their all and delivering memorable performances. The night opened with Tribe Society, an alternative based out of Washington Heights, New York. Collective Soul took … Continue reading Goo Goo Dolls With Collective Soul and Tribe Society Bring the Heat in Cincinnati!
Angus and Malcom Young. Ray and Dave Davies. Noel and Liam Gallagher. Justin and Dan Hawkins. What do they have in common? They are all brothers who have managed to turn their musical passions into successful careers. Vittorio and Vincenzo of V2 (pronounced V Squared) may be going back to school shopping but they will likely pick up a new set of Ernie Ball’s and … Continue reading V2 Talks Balancing Homework, Music, and Performing