Alejandro Rose-Garcia, known by his stage name of Shakey Graves, was born in Austin, Texas, and honed his music in cities like Los Angeles and New York. But regardless of where he was living or playing, whether his music was in a bar or on YouTube, Rose-Garcia’s approach stayed theRead More →
Hello, America! The Temperance Movement vocalist Phil Campbell talks about the new album and bringing the band to the States.
Phil Campbell loves America — and then some. The Scotland-born singer of the blues-based rock band The Temperance Movement, Campbell — along with bassist Nick Fyffe, guitarists Paul Sayer and Matt White, and drummer Damon Wilson — is eager to get back on the road partake in all that isRead More →
Warren G considers himself a torch bearer of sorts. As one of the pioneers of the G-Funk style, G is a legendary name from one of the most iconic periods in rap history. He and his longtime collaborator, Nate Dogg, first hit the mainstream consciousness with 1994’s “Regulate…The G FunkRead More →
Brooke Eden has, over the past few years, written or co-written more than 100 songs. So it is somewhat ironic that her first big shot at mainstream success is likely to come from a song she did not have a direct hand in creating. The song is “Daddy’s Money,”Read More →
Grand Funk (Grand Funk Railroad, if you’re nasty) became mega-stars in the 1970s with hits like “We’re an American Band” and “Some Kind of Wonderful,” but infighting, personal conflicts and frontman Mark Farner’s desire to pursue a solo career led to the band’s breakup in late 1975, soon afterRead More →
Scotland-born KT Tunstall had her two most recognizable hits right out of the gate with the singles “Suddenly I See” and “Black Horse and the Cherry Tree” from her 2004 debut album, “Eye to the Telescope.” And while those hits have become the signature songs in her catalog, perhaps theRead More →
Bands go through lineup changes all the time. Whether it is through one musician leaving and another taking his or her place, or a lineup expansion, the longer an act continues to work, the greater the chances are of needing a new face along the way. But it isRead More →