Before there was Black Label Society, there was Pride & Glory. Known at the time as a Zakk Wylde side project, Pride & Glory and their debut S/T record would […]
Hot, dry winds buffeted the Vina Robles Amphitheater during a sold-out Steve Miller concert. The crisp August night came just a week after unusually cold temperatures enveloped a sold-out Avett Brothers concert at the same venue. The weather may be unpredictable at the beautiful mountainside amphitheater, but a good time is almost always guaranteed for concert goers at the most pristine concert venue in Central California. The concert billed as “Classic rock meets classic country,” […]
Announced this morning, internationally acclaimed Euro-Caribbean vocal group Boney M. featuring original lead singer Liz Mitchell is set to perform in Penticton on Saturday, December 7 at the South Okanagan Events […]
Laura Cox has shared the new song “Bad Luck Blues,” which is high voltage rock ‘n’ roll in the vein of AC/DC-meets-Danko Jones and Joan Jett. It’s the first single from her upcoming second album Burning […]
The Sheepdogs, Canada’s favorite 70’s tribute band that isn’t a cover band were back in town to play to a groovy crowd at Vancouver’s Malkin Bowl on Saturday, September 1.
Simply put, Robert Plant is a musical genius and his newest album Carry Fire is a demonstration of said genius. The eleven song collection is a divine infusion of abstract musings, poignant observations, ethereal sounds, and tribal rhythms guided by Plant’s omnipotent transmission of emotion.
Fans descended upon Ascension Fields at Lamar Dixon in Gonzales, Louisiana for the inaugural Flambeau Festival on Sunday. Hurricane Nate wasn’t going to slow the festival down. Even though weather conditions shortened the two-day fest to one, the […]