Several nods to Lynyrd Skynrd the boys from Black Stone Cherry prove yet again that rock is not dead.
It’s about time we got some good old sunshine Pop in our veins. For Pete’s sake, summer is basically over. Put this on your pool-side playlist.
From the Minneapolis based Indi-Pop group Humbirds 2019 release, Pharmakon, a subtle gem of a record that should be reaching more ears.
With only a keyboard/Synthesizer and drums The Alligator Wine are sort of a modern-day Lee Michaels and Frosty. Vintage Blues Rock delivered analog style. The new record, Demons of the Mind, was released way back in April.
The Reverend Shawn Amos, his father is famous and makes a mean chocolate chip cookie, lays it down quarantine style on this one from the very much worth checking out album, Blue Sky.
We already have our pre-order down and are counting the days until the Nude Party’s new record comes out on October 2nd. In the meantime, here is a little something to whet the appetite.
His new record, Have You Lost Your Mind Yet, is a fantastic mix of Princely Funk, James Brown Soul, and Rock and Roll.
This great new Country Rock artist has announced herself in fine fashion with her new record If It Wasn’t For You. She can go low and lonesome with the best of them, but where she really shines is when she cranks up her inner Gretchen Wilson like she does here with her ode to all of the Gingers out there joined by the most famous of the Country redheads, Queen Reba.
Lindsay Ell has a bit of a Country-Pop Shania ’80s ladies vibe to her. This one is from her new album heart theory. If Shania Twain could play the guitar this well she would sound like Lindsay Ell.
A nice slice of Rock and Roll Pie from the Manchester rockers’ debut record, Peach. This one is a punchy, dirty blues tune that will give you a great flavor of what this high octane band with the cool name is all about.