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reviewed Paramore. June 07
posted in Music Matters
I think by now, everyone on Earth is familiar with the piece of musical crack that is Paramore's single "Ain't it Fun." The pop rock single certainly threw me off - despite the inclusion …
reviewed The Smashing Pumpkins - Mellon Collie.... December 12, 2013
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The Smashing Pumpkins - Mellon Collie and the Infinite Sadness
Would you believe that back in 1995, The Smashing Pumpkins were the greatest rock band on Earth and their double album that year, Mellon Collie and the Infinite Sadness, was the greatest rock album ever? …
reviewed John David Kent. October 28, 2013
John David Kent
 I have always loved the state of Texas and now there is yet another reason – John David Kent came from Texas and plays there – a lot!  He is a rising star on the country music scene …
reviewed Kurt Cobain. October 06, 2013
posted in Music Matters
Kurt Cobain
The act grew old a long time ago, and let's face it; its always been pretty pathetic. In case you don't know – and on the off chance that you really don't, lord knows you will soon enough if you pay attention …
reviewed 2Steel Girls. September 29, 2013
2Steel Girls
2Steel Girls Are Nashville Strong!      Allison and Krystal Steel are beginning to rewrite history as the most famous mother-daughter duo since the Judds and started their career with …
posted a Quick Tip about Eric B. & Rakim. April 19, 2013
posted in Music Matters
Eric B. & Rakim
At this point, it's hard for me to say who's my absolute favorite rap artist/group, but I know for a fact that Eric B. & Rakim are in the top 3 of my personal favorites.  Despite …
posted a Quick Tip about Nokturnal Mortum. March 20, 2013
posted in Music Matters
Nokturnal Mortum
While Scandinavia and even France seem like parts of Europe that get the most attention in relation to black metal, Ukraine has given the black metal genre quite a few good bands.  Symphonic …
reviewed Locash Cowboys. December 10, 2012
Locash Cowboys
Average Joes Entertainment announced Thursday, December 6, 2012 that the LoCash Cowboys sealed a deal to join the roster with famed country artists Colt Ford, Corey Smith, JJ Lawhorn, Kevin Fowler, Laurent …
reviewed Chris Cavanaugh. October 13, 2012
Chris Cavanaugh
        Hailing from the Chicago area, I have heard the name Chris Cavanaugh quite a bit.  He's able to draw huge crowds in the Midwest with just his name on the ticket. …
reviewed Todd Fritsch. September 01, 2012
Todd Fritsch
“Up Here in the Saddle” with Todd Fritsch  Todd Fritsch who hails from the Lone Star State of Texas has released another CD “Up Here in the Saddle” and the songs are as …
reviewed Chris Cagle. July 10, 2012
Chris Cagle
Chris Cagle was born in DeRidder, Louisiana and, according to him, was “raised all over”. After attending college in Texas he found the pull to music too much for him to stay so he moved …
reviewed Back Road Lullaby. July 09, 2012
Back Road Lullaby
   With the difficulties of signing to major labels, more and more artists are taking independent routes to get their music heard.  Last year we brought you Luke Pilgrim's debut release …
posted a Quick Tip about King's X. July 08, 2012
King's X
Highly underrated hard rock band, so much so- it's a shame really! Great inspirational lyrics, solid bandmanship! Hard crunch of riffs that are progressive and emotive, soulful singing and harmony, …
reviewed D. Vincent Williams. July 05, 2012
D. Vincent Williams
   What does Ty Herndon's "Hands of a Working Man," Rascal Flatts' "I'm Moving On," and James Otto's "Just Got Started Loving You" have in common? …
posted a Quick Tip about Kimbra. July 04, 2012
Terrific voice on a sexy young singer who thankfully hasn't sunk into American pop princess territory.
posted a Quick Tip about Drudkh. June 27, 2012
posted in Music Matters
Drudkh is a black metal band from Kharkiv, Ukraine, formed in 2002.      Drudkh is one of the best black metal bands to form in the last decade, and this is so because they create …
reviewed Kip Moore. June 12, 2012
Kip Moore
Anyone who has turned on their radio in the past several months has no doubt had the chance to hear Kip Moore’s single “Somethin’ ‘Bout a Truck”.  It also seems to be …
posted a Quick Tip about Front Line Assembly. May 10, 2012
posted in Music Matters
Front Line Assembly
While Front Line Assembly's discography has floundered a bit since the late 90's, their material from 1987-95 is some of the best industrial music you can get your hands on.  In their early …
posted a Quick Tip about Kellie Pickler. April 09, 2012
Kellie Pickler
love this local girl.. funny, talented and lives by her own set of rules..
posted a Quick Tip about Skrillex. April 09, 2012
posted in Music Matters
The only track I liked from Skrillex was the "Syndicate" track to promote the videogame of the same name.  Practically everything else this hipster has created has been sonic garbage.  …
reviewed Lauren Briant. March 30, 2012
Lauren Briant
She may come from Dallas, but it’s obvious Lauren Briant doesn’t want to limit herself to “Texas country”: she’s doing everything she can to make a name for herself in all …
posted a Quick Tip about Trent Reznor. March 20, 2012
posted in Music Matters
Trent Reznor
Simply put, I hate Trent Reznor.  This guy is a self-absorbed ego-maniac with practically no musical merit.  His main project, Nine Inch Nails, is merely electro-industrial gone through a pop …
reviewed Bucky Covington. January 29, 2012
Bucky Covington
Season five "American Idol" alumni Bucky Covington is back on country radio with his first single since his former record label, Lyric Street Records, closed in 2010. Now signed with Entertainment …
reviewed Locash Cowboys. January 27, 2012
Locash Cowboys
January 20th was the date for the return of the LoCash Cowboys to the great state of OH-IO (thanks for always remembering, Chris!) and what a way to start out the first month of the year!  The …
reviewed Levi Lowrey. January 24, 2012
Levi Lowrey
Levi Lowrey brings us his debut album with “I Confess I Was a Fool”, a bluegrassy, traditional, and obviously very personal album, completely written by Lowrey. “The Problem with Freedom” …
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