Celebrated blues/rock singer and multi-instrumentalist Beth Hart played to a sold-out house at the Saban Theatre in Los Angeles with support from the 22-year-old guitar wizard, Quinn Sullivan.
Three bands: X, Los Lobos, and The Blasters, embodying the authentic cultural diversity that is the true LA, brought live music to the Pacific Amphitheater on August 1st.
The Music of Cream originally began in 2017 to commemorate Cream’s 50th anniversary. It went over so well that…
On Saturday, February 22nd, a lively crowd of people came out to The Majestic Ventura Theater in Ventura, California…
Out February 1st via Heavy Psych Sounds, Fuck It is classic Mondo Generator with all the proverbial bells and whistles, and then some.
Queensryche’s “The Verdict 2020 U.S. Tour” arrived in Anaheim last Thursday night at the House of Blues along with John 5, and we can safely say that the band’s classic sound was still very much intact.
Haunt are a band to watch closely, and
Gina Katon, founder of the Little Miss Nasty production, discusses the evolution of her hard-hitting burlesque show, creating what is now known as “rock n’ roll burlesque,” and empowering women through performance.
Slayer, supported by Primus, Ministry, and opening act Philip H. Anselmo & The Illegals, played their final show at The Forum in Los Angeles, and it was a night to remember to say the very least.
With Death Atlas (Metal Blade Records), Cattle Decapitation have made an album that will sit comfortably next to the best in their stellar discography, and will handsomely reward listeners with each repeated spin.
I’m Alive (Metal Blade Records) is as important a live album for Cirith Ungol now as it would have been 30 years ago. Head-banging fury with no holds barred.