Do I Sound Crazy To You?

March 7, 2013

By Peter Gertenzang If you’re anything like me, first let me say that I’m terribly sorry. But it also means you spend lots of time listening to your iPod. And, if like me, you take […]

Tough Times for Drive-By Trucker Fans

February 16, 2013

By Jack L. Pier The recent departure of bandmates Shonna Tucker and John Neff saddened fans of the Drive-By Truckers. Both played with DBT for many years, but decided to form their own band: Eye […]

Civil Disobedience

December 3, 2012

  By Chris Patterson / K aren Civil is not your typical blogger. Her procurement of a position at multimillion dollar headphone juggernaut Beats by Dr. Dre, access to hip hop’s luminous power players, […]

Jay Nash: On the Move

November 29, 2012

No two artists are the same, even when one of the artists is a well-seasoned road warrior that has been compared to Lyle Lovett, Ray LaMontagne and rock icon Bruce Springsteen. Such is the life […]

The 5: Must have albums right now

October 13, 2012

By Ethan Harmon   Music is a must when driving a car. The eerie silence without the radio blaring ushers in a feeling of unease, forcing us to grab the volume knob and crank up […]

Madison Rose – Rock N’ Roll Princess

August 3, 2012

By Mateeka Lanee – “I don’t think there is such a thing as an overnight success“, says 18-year-old pop/rock singer Madison Rose. “It takes many years of challenges to get to the point where […]

Rock On, Mike Schoder, Rock On

July 6, 2012

Some people listen to music and others live the music. Many of us, myself included, are quite content with hearing our favorite music blaring from the fine acoustics of iPhone earbuds but not Mike Schoder. […]

Scale The Summit

June 7, 2012

Think of your favorite band. What makes this band so special? Is it the lyrics and how they flow with the rhythm? Is it the way the members construct the songs? Perhaps you are a […]

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