Thee Rock N Roll Residency – Mercy Lounge (Nashville)

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Where can you find rockstars—current and past—mixing it up with music fans in an awesome intimate venue? Any self-respecting rock ‘n’ roller who lives in the Nashville-area knows that on Tuesday nights, Thee Rock n Roll Residency delivers a beautiful display of rock royalty, killer live music, and camaraderie found on and off stage at […]

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KIP WINGER Acoustic Concert Review (Eddie’s Attic – Atlanta)

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In the 80’s, if you were into hard rock, then you were for sure familiar with Winger and their string of hits flooding radio and MTV, tunes like “Seventeen,” “Miles Away,” and “Headed For A Heartbreak.” Many dismissed the band and its leader Kip Winger as mere hair band pinups. To those of us in the know, this was complete and absolute […]

Riverdogs California album

Riverdogs – “California” (Album Review)

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Sometimes a band full of talented musicians is pulled apart by opportunities too substantial to deny, no matter how much promise and critical acclaim they garner with their debut album. Such was the case with the Riverdogs in 1991, when they made the difficult decisions to move forward in different directions. After the release of […]

MR. BIG – Defying Gravity

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Mr. Big is a band that I always thought should have been Mr. Bigger. These guys have all the makings of a super stellar mega band. Amazingly soulful, emotional melodies delivered through the great vocals of Eric Martin, ridiculous shredding lead guitars and bass lines courtesy of Paul Gilbert and Billy Sheehan, and solid drums and backing vocal harmonies from Pat […]