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Interviews & Features Minimize
For more than 30 years now guitar virtuoso Steve Vai has been blazing a trail while burning up the fretboard
“You CANNOT make friends with the rock stars."
Underwater Sunshine (Or What We Did on Our Summer Vacation)
Release The Complete Beat
The British-born Ford has been a hard rockin’ solo artist since The Runaways broke up in 1979.
Sam Phillips's Martinis and Bikinis Gets Deluxe Reissue on vinyl
It’s been four years since the Swedish punks Millencolin have put out a proper record,
Known for their creative marketing, The Rave existed for only three years, but was recognized as a crowd favorite

Once More With Feeling Minimize
Legendary rock 'n' roll sisters release career-spanning box set.
Talented singer songwriter garners a rerelease of most popular album
Rock 'm' roll legends double delixe rereleases
In 2011, The Smoking Popes released a barn burner of an album called This is Only a Test.
Guitar duo husband and wife release double live album

Movie and DVD Reviews Minimize
Calssic campy vampires now on DVD
Christine Amphlett (what a great surname for a rock 'n 'roller!) is a hardcore genuine rock 'n' roll person.
Martin Scorsese powerful film about the best Beatle
For 90 days over the summer of 2009, 62-year-old photographer Kurt Markus and his 21-year-old son went on an adventure like no other farther and son have.
Vampires: check; Werewolves and Werepathers: check; Shape shifters and Fairies: check.

Album Reviews Minimize
Pearl Jam bassist releases strong second solo albu,
Fulfilling one’s lifelong dreams can be a satisfying thing
Most peoplefamiliar with Beachwood Sparks are aware of the band's obsession with the glory days of Southern California countrified vocals and harmonies
From the Pacific Northwest, The Beautiful Sunsets deliver tales of America.
Comet is the first release for New Jersey’s punk heroes on their new label.
It may get a tad soporific at times, but man oh man, there is some real majesty on this record
The new release from Grady Champion will no doubt please his fans
Black Cat Oil, the new release from Atlanta quartet Delta Moon
True Defiance is pretty much the record you’d expect
If you believe in guitar and drum rock 'n' roll, Big Station is your ticket to paradise.
90's rockers Eve 6 reunites to make new album
Rock legend returns with new album
On Pulling Weight it seems like Grabb has found his own voice
Johnny Hickman has been part of Cracker since its inception
Brooklyn musicians Caroline Schutz and David Gould manage to complement each other beautifully
Zonder Kennedy's guitar playing is full of grit, fire and authenticity.
With their 20th studio album Rush returns to the formula that made them a mainstay on every outcast’s hi-fi
Virtuoso guitarist and visionary composer Steve Vai
Good time Joe is back.
In their first album since 2003’s Greendale, Neil Young & Crazy Horse have returned

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