When you first tune in to Eric Steckel’s new album, Grandview Drive, what you hear is fire, passion, and…
Boston-formed, Las Vegas-based Crash Midnight is a stompin’ quintet combining ‘70s metal and hard rock. A living tribute to genre…
If you’re bored and locked inside of your own hell-opinion prison cell, let’s dig through some LPs and see…
We caught up with Toronto blues-rock artist Jim Dan Dee to discuss new music, diversifying the blues in his own sound, and just how alive blues and rock n’ roll is in the year 2020.
Nashville’s country-rockers, The Cadillac Three deliver their familiar brand of down-home, backwoods rock n’ roll with their newest album, Country Fuzz, which dropped February 7th via Big Machine Records.
Frank White got his start in photography as a teen shooting Led Zeppelin, Bob Marley, Thin Lizzy, and Black Sabbath. We spoke with him about his career and his impressive book about Ronnie James Dio.
To better know the fun-loving rockers Pink Leather Jackets, we connected with lead singer Chris Woolley and guitarist Steve Colucci to discuss pizza, chicken wings, and George Foreman Grills, in our latest edition of Art of The Meal.
Out November 8th via Eagle Rock Entertainment, The Rolling Stones have hit pay dirt once again with Bridges to Buenos Aires, a live release from their 1998 shows in the Argentinean capital; it’s classic Stones, and it’s a hell of a good time.
Classic rockers Styx played two sold-out shows at Orillia’s Casino Rama Entertainment Centre, and Darren Eagles caught one of the hardest working bands in action on November 14th.
Jasmine Cain is one of the hardest working people in modern rock, and today she can enjoy a short break while we help premiere her new music video for “Let It Go,” lifted from the latest record SEVEN.
In light of the recent release of their Pirate Press Records album Motorcycho, we spoke with members of Western Canada’s The Vicious Cycles about their favourite foods, typically horrible tour-diets, and which toppings make for their ideal pizza.
Twenty-year-old blues sensation Christone “Kingfish” Ingram stopped by Uxbridge Music Hall in Uxbridge, Ontario and without mincing words, the show was utterly incredible.
Perfectly encapsulating everything that is rock and roll, Pröwess have just unleashed a music video for their take on the Lynyrd Skynyrd classic, “Saturday Night Special.”