Amid a budding New York music scene, Greg D’Angelo hardly experienced a shortage of labor in the early 1980s.
If you’re a fan of Hard Rock, Heavy Metal, Glam, or Hair Metal, then you’re probably a fan of Sleaze Roxx. For nearly 20 years, Sleaze Roxx has been a top-notch, go-to website for all things Hard Rock and Heavy Metal.
The Bandulus are the brainchild of Jeremy Peña, a musician from Austin, Texas. Formerly of Los Skarnales and the Trenchtown Texans, Peña ventured out on his own to create the traditional ska, reggae, and soul sensation that is The Bandulus.
Jeff Aug is the mastermind behind the thunderous, raging beast that is Ape Shifter. With two albums under their belt and another in the works, the future beyond the COVID-19 pandemic looks pretty bright for the band.
Danny Golden doesn’t quite remember how he ended up in Austin, TX. There were a few years in Colorado playing Bluegrass banjo, a stint in his hometown of Pittsburgh, PA writing and forming his style, and couch surfing in Brooklyn while making his first album.
NYC is teeming with amazing, young, and hungry Jazz artists right now, and I’ve had the pleasure of speaking with many of them. Ioana Vintu is one of those artists, but with a slightly new spin.
Today I’ve got Logan Hammon of Small Crush with us for an interview. Logan has a long history in music; growing up around her Dad, Jason Hammon, and his band Dance Hall Crashers, Logan learned early that music was not only in her heart but in her blood.
Julez (Jules Batterman) and her trusty rhythm section, The Rollerz (Rachel David & Steve Donofrio), still retain a charming old-school tone in their songs, their offering is also compelling and modern.
Those that harbor nostalgia for the Los Angeles Sunset Strip are in for a treat today, as Dave Brooks of the Slammin’ Gladys joins us today for a chat. After nearly 30 years away, the Slammin’ Gladys are back with a new record called Two.
Welcome to the eighth article of the A Guide to KISS Bootlegs series! This article will be focusing on the tour KISS did in support of the album Alive II. During this period of 1977-78, KISS had truly cemented themselves as a part of late 70s Americana.