Two of this year’s most lauded new releases come from Muscle Shoals artists: Drive-By Truckers and Jason Isbell and the 400 Unit.
In a time of huge emergencies, it’s comforting to know that the little things are not being ignored. Great rock music is one of those things alive and well thanks to Atlanta’s ambulette.
New release: From the Vaults by Joe Guido Welsh The lead-off track of “What a Way to Go!,” is shot out of a cannon with a power guitar riff and it never lands. Welsh sings, “I don’t wanna die like Elvis reading quietly alone / I wanna’ shoot […]
What Happened to Us? (Volumes 1-3) have recently dropped and are worthy of your time.
The Romantics have been around since 1977 and are thankfully still kicking. Co-founder, guitarist, and principal songwriter Mike Skill has ventured out in the past couple years with solo offerings. In 2018, Skill released “Dark Side of Your Love,” a solid, straight-ahead rocker. And before you ask…yes, he […]
Nashville rockers Bully have dropped a top-notch single and B-side covering fellow Sub Popers Nirvana and Orville Peck. Well, not exactly the band Bully but more specifically singer Alicia Bognanno. Sheltering in place, Bognanno decided to get busy and record a couple of favorites, playing all instruments on each […]
Una Walkenhorst is not one to keep things to herself. That has never been more evident than on her new EP Woman of the Year. Una shares intimate narratives she has ostensibly fought and conquered. Personal experiences have inspired her to become an activist with sexual assault and […]
Subtitled, “A Power-Popera,” the selected songs on Get Gos visit virtually every musical galaxy within reach.
Sting’s eldest, Joe Sumner, busts out a new band and a new sound.
Dafrico credits Keith Richards as his main influence, inspiration, and mentor.