These guys are one of the best kick-ass band on the circuit today. Here is their latest lament to life on the road.
Few front men on the planet would have the nerve to go balls-out on this classic tune. Luke Spiller and and The Struts pull it off with swagger and flair.
Testarossa might just be your next favorite Rock and Roll band. Hailing from Charlotte, N.C., this band of hard charging Rock and Roll gypsies are in it to win it. “Rock – N – Roll” grabs your ears from the opening cowbell and demands that you grab your bottle of Jack Daniels and head to the stage. If Spike from The Quireboys fronted The Georgia Satellites this is what that band would sound like. The future should be bright for these guys.
This young band from Finland has just signed a record deal with Frontier Records and has their debut record coming out on September 13th. A Classic Rock approach with an anthemic sound should translate well to the festival circuit.
This one might be the Rock and Roll record of the year. And, if this were thirty years ago most of the songs on this scorcher of a record would be in the top 10 with a bullet. “The Bullet” would have made a perfect Night Ranger ballad, “Can’t Stop Rock and Roll” sounds a bit like Bon Jovi on steroids.
The choruses are huge, the hooks are everywhere and with songs that extoll the virtues of a six pack and a radio down by the river you won’t even need throwback Thursday to bring back the good old days.
Part Def Leppard part Brian Adams, if you are of a certain age this album would have been the soundtrack of your 20’s. As it is, let this be the soundtrack of a waning summer.
From Hollywood, Ca the band Dead Girls Academy has risen from the ashes of Vampires Everywhere. Their 2018 record Alchemy was an under the rock radar gem. The new album is in the works and should reach your ears early 2020.
Ulysses has always been one of our favorite bands. Here they are with a brand new video and single.