I have never truly been a fan of Linkin Park, but the recent suicide of lead singer Chester Bennington resonates with me as if I had been listening to them for years. Soon after I read about his death and found out that he did not leave a suicide note, I began to look for … More The Death of Linkin Park’s Chester Bennington
Another Monday has rolled around, so it’s time for some new music! Today’s song is called Dive, a pre-released from a duo called Coast Modern’s self titled album. It has electro-pop/indie rock elements that are sure to get you grooving at the beach or the pool during the summer months. Coast Modern is LA based, … More New Noise!
(Ellis, left – Wilson, right) On Wednesday night, July 19, I had the amazing pleasure of conducting my first music interview with outlaw country musicians Kyle Wilson and Drew Ellis at Bezlo’s Cafe in the small town of Eclectic, Alabama where I am from. I was beyond impressed by these guys on how they … More Interview – Kyle Wilson & Drew Ellis
Mondays are for new music! In our spotlight today, we have a new release from Biotin Babies, the pop project by Trev Lukather. The track is called “Day After” and it is the third single released this year, along with his earlier tunes “Eventually” and “Not Enough.” Briefly about Biotin Babies… The voice you hear taking … More New Music Monday!
(Bellamy, left – Lukather, right) Two men, different eras, different playing styles, one thing in common: they are guitar playing geniuses. Matthew Bellamy (39) of the British rock band Muse and Steve Lukather (59) of the iconic 80’s band Toto both can be known for their amazing talent when it comes to licks on … More All- Time Favorite Guitarists – Matt Bellamy and Steve Lukather
What comes to mind when you think of the iconic late 70’s, early 80’s band Toto? Probably the first tune you think of would be Africa, then Hold The Line, and lastly the hit song Rosanna. For a band that has been around for more than four decades, this group of session musicians has … More Toto IV