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The Damn Truth – the critically acclaimed Montreal-based four-piece rock band, have announced they will release “Tomorrow” – an energetic, empowering, adrenalin-pumping, anthemic single on Friday September 17th. The single is accompanied with a spectacular, cutting-edge music video directed by Ariel Levesque and Ben Gelfand at I/O Studio in Montreal.
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On the heels of the announcement of his fifth solo album Joy Bomb, legendary bassist and King’s X frontman dUg Pinnick has released the album’s first single “Key Changer.” The track opens with a driving guitar and bass sequence from dUg with riffage that would make the likes of Tom Morello proud. As the band kicks in and the song starts to take flight, dUg’s gruff and soulful vocals take center stage, reveling in the power of music and the joy it brings to folks no matter the circumstance. In the accompanying video, dUg rocks out on both bass and guitar, dances with robots, and cheers on street performers in a lighthearted visual that will be sure to invoke a smile. Sometimes, you just need to “turn up your stereo” and “let the music hit the spot.” Check out “Key Changer” below.
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UK-based rock legends Girlschool - regarded as one of the very first successful all female hard rock and metal bands - are featured in the latest upload from Wacken TV. The clip below features the band's Wacken Open Air 2011performance. The setlist was as follows:. "Demolition Boys" "C’mon Let’s Go"
It was another beautiful day in the Queen City as Day Two of the Hops and Hogs Festival got underway at the Park Expo and Event Center in Charlotte. Under a sunshine-filled Carolina blue sky, I arrived just in time to check out the opening act of the afternoon, Brett Wiscons. Based in Indiana, Brett is a singer/songwriter extraordinaire blending the best of acoustic pop with hard rockers and plenty of Americana roots. He has toured with a bevy of top-name artists including the likes of Jon Bon Jovi, Zac Brown Band, and Hootie & the Blowfish to name a few. His 2020 single “Late Bloomer” is featured on the soundtrack for the Nascar Heat 5 video game and his latest single and video for “Vertical City” was released this past June. Brett is definitely an artist that you’ll want to keep on your radar. You can check him out at http://www.brettwiscons.com/.
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Our top 10 Chevelle Songs introduce us to a band that has moved from two brothers’ fun in learning and playing music started to one of the most reputable rock bands. Chevelle was formed in 1995 by lead vocalist and guitarist Pete Loeffler, drummer and percussionist Sam Loeffler, and bassist Matt Scott. The two brothers, Pete and Sam, would replace Matt with their kinsman, Joe Loeffler, in the following year. However, Joe only stuck with his fellow brothers in the band till 2005, having Chevelle sub in Geno Lenardo as a touring band member until Dean Bernadini, Pete, and Sam’s in-law joined them. With Bernadini departing from Chevelle in 2019, the band has found no permanent replacement but uses the services of Kemble Walters as their touring bassist.
James Marshall "Jimi" Hendrix is an American musician, singer and songwriter. Although his main career lasted only four years, he is considered by many to be one of the most influential electric guitarists in the history of popular music and one of the most famous musicians of the century. 20. The Rock and Roll Hall of Fame describes him as "the greatest musical instrument in the history of rock music". Born in Seattle, Washington, Hendrix began playing guitar at the age of 15. In 1961, he enlisted in the United States Army, but was dismissed from his post the following year. Soon after, he moved to Clarksville, Tennessee, and began playing concerts on the Chitlin 'Channel, earning a spot in the group backed by Isley Brothers and then with Little Richard, whom he followed. He continued to work until mid-1965. Then he performed with Curtis Knight and Squires before moving to England in late 1966 after Animal bassist Chas Chandler became his manager.
Jimi Hendrix left this Earth 51 years ago (September 18), and in recent years, fans have been treated to a number of new video releases. From documentaries to remastered classic performance and everywhere in between, honor Hendrix today by checking out one of these five stellar titles. Hear My Train...
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Metallica were mid-way through their 1988-9 Damaged Justice tour when they were hit with a sinking realisation. It was the thrash metallers’ biggest tour to date, their first time playing arenas, and a monster run hitting all 50 US states. They were supporting their fourth album ‘…And Justice For All’, a record that had booted them into the big leagues, and pushed their most progressive, cerebral tendencies right to the front.
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