joemarini cd

As I sit here listening to Sympathy and Criticism by drummer/vocalist Joe Marini, I find that it’s difficult at best to peg his style. There are least 4 different genres represented.

Read more: CD Review: Joe Marini, Sympathy and Criticism

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If Forrest Gump was right when he said, “Life is a box of chocolates”, the new CD from former Rusted Root drummer, Jim Donovan, is a box with only the good kind, and he’s some kind of Willy Wonka. Each song is unique and yet, a definite part of the same family.

Read more: Jim Donovan and Sun King Warriors

memphismike2We're now fully entrenched in what a dear friend in Oz likes to call "The Silly Season". The holidays are upon us. The turkey has been stuffed and eaten, Xmas lights are blinding me from all corners, the social tragedy that is Black Friday has come and gone...and you've survived to read this.

Read more: Memphis Mike: The Holiday Musings of a Working Musician

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Angel O-drums, Vinnie Q-gtrs, Rocky Bulldog Lamonde-bass, Bobby C-vocals, Darryl Van Zant-gtrs, 

The Dirty Charms
Drummer Angelo Amantea talks about the Penn Rock Scholarship Contest, signing an EP deal with Supermonkey Recording Company and being an old school rock band in the new world order.

Read more: Interview: Dirty Charms