Bryan Adams - Tracks of My Years
Bryan Adams pays tribute to his musical roots here with cover versions of 10 songs. Catering to his memories instead of his fans may be worthy of respect but the end result is that many will find Tracks of My Years very dull.
Singled Out: A is for Atom's Song For You
Today Mike Cykoski from A is for Atom tells us about the title track from their most recently EP 'Song For You,' which was released earlier this year.
MorleyView St. Madness
Morley once again speaks with St. Madness vocalist Prophet. This time they discuss the band's 20th anniversary release Carnimetal and St. Madness, its past and its future as well as whole lot more.
Singled Out: The Call's The Woods
Jim Goodwin of The Call tells us about 'The Woods' from their new CD called The Call - A Tribute To Michael Been. Michael's son Robert Been from Black Rebel Motorcycle Club leads the band on this new live tribute.
Virgin Steele - The Marriage of Heaven and Hell - Part One
"Part One" is a masterpiece, no debate. And you know what? This isn't even Virgin Steele's best album. From its whispers to its screams, "Part One" is as good as it gets.
Singled Out: Voodoo Sex Cult's 40 Days
Today vocalist Royce Taghon from Arizona desert rockers Voodoo Sex Cult tells us about the song '40 Days' from their brand new studio album 'A Year And a Day'.
Evergrey - Hymns for the Broken
Full of powerful and memorable songs, Hymns for the Broken has been built to last. And for those who have a need and who listen closely to Englund's words and take them to heart there might even be a way here to get things on the mend.
On The Record: The Turtles- Skylar Gudasz
Our spotlight on new vinyl releases focuses on 7" singles this time out including The Turtles' 45 RPM Vinyl Singles Collection and Skylar Gudasz's "Car Song" b/w "Dream Lover".
Singled Out: Philip Claypool's Come On Back Home
Today Country music singer/songwriter Philip Claypool tells us the story behind the title track from his new album 'Come On Back Home', which available now on iTunes.