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Singled Out: Hero For Today's All You Wanted
Today the members of the Orange County band Hero For Today tells us about the title track and the lead single from their forthcoming 'All You Wanted' EP.

Meridian - The Awful Truth
It is good to know and very refreshing to see that some of the up and coming new bands that are hitting the "alternative hardcore" scene actually GET IT. It's only the bands that have true passion for what they do that will be successful.

Singled Out: Rory Partin's Jambalaya (On The Bayou)
Rory Partin tells us about the song 'Jambalaya (On The Bayou)' from his new self-titled album that features late music legend Jimmy C Newman and some of the last surviving members of legendary big bands.

Singled Out: Phillip Fox Band's You Are The Girl
Today Phillip Fox from Phillip Fox Band tells us about the song 'You Are The Girl' from their brand new album 'Heartland,' which will be released next Tuesday, September 2nd.

Singled Out: Ryan Hobler's Near You
Folk pop songwriter Ryan Hobler shares the heart felt story behind the song 'Near You'. This song comes from his forthcoming album, which he is revealing one new track each month leading up to its release.

Jethro Tull's Ian Anderson - Thick as a Brick - Live in Iceland
In this show the former Jethro Tull front man revisits the band's 1972 concept album Thick as a Brick as well as its 2012 follow-up, Thick as a Brick 2. There are a few differences in the performance from the sound of the studio version.

Singled Out: Anders Nilsen's Salsa Tequila
Today Norwegian entertainer Anders Nilsen tells us about the hilarious hit summer single 'Salsa Tequila,' which has over 4.5 million views on YouTube since it was released in June.

ZZ Top - Live at Montreux 2013
ZZ Top are so polished at this stage of the game that they make the show seem effortless, and it's nice here that they rock out from start to finish with a minimum of stage patter.

Singled Out: Holy Ghost Tent Revival's Got Anew
Today Stephen Murray from Holy Ghost Tent Revival tells us about the song 'Got Anew' from their brand new album 'Right State Of Mind,' which was released this week.

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John Lennon's Killer 'Sorry For Being Such An Idiot'

Martin Scorsese Making Ramones Movie

Led Zeppelin Preview Unreleased Version of Black Dog

Aerosmith Could Just Tour Rather Than Record Says Joe Perry

Queen Face Difficulty With Freddie Mercury and Michael Jackson Duet

Weezer Frontman's Collage Life Inspires New TV Show

Bruce Springsteen Releasing Children's Book

Dave Davies Wants Kinks Reunion

Christine McVie's Biggest Obstacle To Fleetwood Mac Return

Lombardo Rules Out Returning To Slayer

Classic Journey Video Recreated By Alt-Rockers Glass Delirium

AC/DC Recorded New Album In Just 10 Days

Playing Jimi Hendrix Saved Andre 3000

Saxon's Biff Byford Launches Sci-Fi Inspired Concept Band

Mr. Big Reveal Touring Drummer

Corrosion Of Conformity Announce Very Limited Edition Reissues

Alter Bridge Release 10th Anniversary Limited-Edition Box Set

United Progressive Fraternity Releasing Debut This Fall

Anthony Phillips Reveals 5-Disc Anthology Details

hAND Taking Different Approach With Gold Edition


LMFAO's Redfoo Injured In Bar Attack

Woman Killed By Bus At Burning Man

Katy Perry Helps To House Homeless Veterans

Jay Z and Kanye West Sued for Copyright Infringement

Ferrari Vs. Deadmau5

Glen Campbell Documentary Coming To Theaters

Justin Bieber Appears on Khalil's New Mixtape

Lil Kim Freestyles Over Iggy Azalea's Fancy

John Legend and Lee Ann Womack Headed To CMT Crossroads

The Neighbourhood Recruit Danny Brown For Hate Machine

Phillip Phillips Launching North American Headline Tour

Duran Duran To Headline New Car Launch

Puff Daddy's Smashing Pumpkins Remix Finally Released

Young Thug Releases Final 1017 Thug Mixtape

Classic Ice-T Releases Set For Reissue

Extra Reveals New Co-Hosts For Upcoming Season

Zedd Releases Full Remix of Magic's Rude

Dolly Parton Accepts Kenny Rogers' ALS Ice Bucket Challenge


The Beatles Voted America's Favorite Band

A Look Back At AC/DC's Back in Black

Paul Di'Anno Says He Hits Notes Rob Halford Can No Longer Hit

Opeth Feel No Affinity With Metal Bands

Slash's Live Performance Of World On Fire Goes Online

Kamelot Release Live Falling Like The Fahrenheit Video

Counting Crows Release Scarecrow Video From New Album

Me Vs Hero Challenge Fans For Access To Album Stream

Keith Richards Pays Tribute To Chuck Berry

Jon Allen's New Video Made By Teenaged Film Student

Abysmal Dawn Stream New Song Inanimate

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Helstar - This Wicked Nest
A ballistic barrage of heavy metal goodness but better than "Glory of Chaos," which was better than "The King of Hell," which was an impressive yet contemporary return from one of heavy metal's darlings

Singled Out: Moxxi's Ransom
Hit songwriter Moxxi is releasing he debut solo pop album this fall but is giving fans a little taste of what's to come with the release of the single 'Ransom'. We asked Moxxi to tell us about the track.

Kyle Hollingsworth - Speed of Life
This set shows that the String Cheese Incident's Kyle Hollingsworth refuses to be pigeonholed but the funky instrumental stuff is the best of what's on offer here with his third solo effort Speed of Life.

Get To Know... 21Octayne
Hagen Grohe, Andrew "The Bullet" Lauer, Alex Landenburg and Marco Wriedt have logged zillions of hours on the road as members of acts like the Joe Perry Project, Rhapsody, Axxis and Paul Gilbert's band. Now the four have formed 21Octayne.

Singled Out: VHF's Whispers of the Soul
Today Todd Vinny Vinciguerra from the supergroup VHF (featuring Joel Hoekstra and Tony Franklin) tells us about 'Whispers of the Soul' from their debut album 'Very High Frequency'.

AUG - Be Careful What You Wish For...
The album title, Be Careful What You Wish For..., nearly begs the question: What if I wished for a rejuvenated Ozzy Osbourne? If you made such a wish, it may be granted in the form of AUG.

Singled Out: Halcyon Way's Home
Today Halcyon Way lead guitarist Jon Bodan tells us about the powerful story behind the song 'Home' from their brand new album 'Conquer,' which was released today (Aug 19) in North America.

Hot In The City: Best Dog Award- Consider Me Dead- Mallevs
Hot in the City loves the Arizona music scene and with bands putting out releases like the ones we profile this time out, we have good reason. Come along as we check out some of the summer's, well, hottest releases.

Prong - Ruining Lives
"Ruining Lives" deserves neither a trophy nor a fistful of egg to its face, but it's clearly a depreciated version of the records that came before it-take that how you will.

Singled Out: Die So Fluid's Black Blizzard
Today Grog from Die So Fluid tells us about the song 'Black Blizzard', which comes from their brand new album 'The Opposites of Light', which was released this spring.

On The Record: The Steady As She Goes - Dangerous & Dead
The Steady as She Goes is guitarist/singer Tal Wallace and impending doom is an overarching theme in his work on Dangerous & Dead- it doesn't hurt that Wallace has a voice and vocal styling that recalls Jim Morrison.

Singled Out: Body Language's 4 Real
Today Grant Wheeler from Body Language tells us about the song '4 Real' from their brand new 'Infinite Sunshine EP,' which the band released earlier this week.

Rob Decoup - Pain
Despite the depressing subject matter that Decoup explores on Pain the songs are fun, uplifting even, thanks to hook-filled arrangements built around lots of screaming guitar licks.

Singled Out: MAX's My Name Is Dick
MAX, the frontman for Moscow rockers Nogu Svelo, has just released a video for his solo track 'My Name Is Dick,' from his forthcoming U.S. album 'Fast Food Kids'.

Singled Out: Broken Quote's Ghost Crowd
Today David Schrier, a.k.a. Broken Quote, tells us about the song 'Ghost Crowd' from his brand new release 'Foreshadowing Sunlight', which was released earlier this summer.

James Brown - Get On Up Original Motion Picture Soundtrack
No cover versions, no imitators, and no famous singers paying tribute to the Godfather of Soul. This soundtrack to the recent James Brown biopic wisely features only music performed by Brown himself- 5 stars!

Singled Out: Sleeperstar's Apocalypse
Today Jake Lester of Sleeperstar tells us about their brand new single 'Apocalypse' which comes from their forthcoming new album, 'Lost Machines.'

Echo And The Bunnymen Live
How does one start a review when you think what you are gonna get (based on past experience) is a bunch of throw back 80's BS from a band that had loads of hits back then that don't matter at all today... or so you might think.

Singled Out: Legs Electric's Illicit Love
Today Ama Quinsee and Kylie Soanes from Aussie rockers Legs Electric tell us about the song 'Illicit Love', which comes from their recently released self-titled EP

Peter Gabriel - Back to Front
The title of this film is a reference to the fact that Gabriel performs the music from his breakthrough album So in its entirety and in order here. But the So material only accounts for about half of the concert. Gabriel likens the show's three distinct segments to that of a meal's starter, entree and dessert

Lollapalooza 2014: Day Three
Lollapalooza 2014 came to a climax amongst a series a pulsating rain showers which made the day a muddy mess, there's no way to sugarcoat it. Miraculously, it didn't diminish the sets of any of the performers and may have helped a few as they had to up their game to ensure the crowd wouldn't run for shelter.

 

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