Tickets for Hometown Throwdown sixteen on sale now but you better HURRY!!
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In an effort to help you make informed decisions around ticket purchases, we are announcing […]
So I inherited an accordion. It appears to be quite old and I figured it must be worth something, so I decided to investigate online. I actually didn’t find out much about the accordion to tell […]
So as the radio stations are playing all the classic Christmas songs, I really hope they add Bad Religion to the rotation. Kelly Clarkson seems to be getting all the yuletide glory, for […]
I guess if you could define success, the answer may be different for you than it is for me. In the music business the definition of success is open for […]
Well sometimes non-mainstream music becomes famous and I’d like to say: rightfully so. However, we as anti-mainstream music lovers tend to shoot ourselves in the foot on this one. It’s […]
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Lead singer and rhythm guitarist, Jesse Calhoun of the politically charged rock band “The Ameros” ran a campaign for mayor in Albany, New York. Calhoun is […]
Click play to hear a song about being warned about playing “Battle of the Bands” by The Blisterz. Title: BOTB (We Should Have Listened To Our Friend Gus)
So you start a band in […]
Lou Reed a songwriter, musician and rock and roll icon lost his fight with liver-disease on Sunday October 27th 2013 at the age of seventy-one. He recently had a liver […]
What type of radio stations are people listening to these days? AM/FM? Satellite? Internet? Pandora? Spotify? All or none of the above?
What does the future hold for radio?
A decade of […]