From On Every Street this deep Dire Straits cut pretty much proves that this band was incapable of putting out a bad song.
The latest song and video from Rod Stewart in advance of a new record coming out later in the year that will feature several self-penned tunes. If this one is any indication our ears are certainly perked up.
From their highly cool latest release, Death of a Cheerleader, this frisky version shares more DNA with the Joan Jett single than it does with the Tommy James original.
Rock is the New Roll favorites Catfish and the Bottlemen work up the crowd at the 2021 Reading music festival.
The fourth track from their 2020 release, Saint Cloud. An inspiring song expressing the need to take care of yourself.
Shortly after releasing their debut album in 2016 the band was slated to appear on the bill at a music festival in Sweden, tragically, during inclement weather the van they were traveling in broke through a barrier and plunged into a semi-frozen canal killing the entire band as well as their manager. These guys were on the verge of breaking it big.
Following her stunning debut Walk Through The Fire released in 2019, the latest Yola single, “Starlight” in advance of a new record to see the light of day on July 30 is yet another Easy Eye Records winner to savor.
On August 6 the mighty Night Ranger will release their 12th record, ATBPO, also known as And The Band Played On. As we are typically skeptical about legacy bands putting out quality material, this one should be a notable exception as Jack Blades, Brad Gillis, and Kelly Keagy are. still with the band. If “Bring It All Home To Me” is an indicator we will be starting to rock like it is 1985 all over again.
A brilliant feel – good anthem built for comfort as well as speed, Canada’s own Tea Party gives us the song of the summer during a time when some good vibes are sorely needed.
A fiery dose of Latin-laced sleaze rock Sunset Strip style. Contrived, sure. But also as catchy as hell.