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EP Review: The Inoculated Canaries – Trying Times

The Inoculated Canaries combine an extensively modern stylistic envelope around an old school foundation. Based out of New York City, this band is armed with a ‘rock first’ mentality that speaks for the genre’s surprising, albeit mostly marginalized presence in modern music. Kicking off the decade with the EP The …

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EP Review: U-N-T – Y. Ni. Te.

U-N-T (pronounced “unity”) is a Canadian progressive rock trio based in Toronto. Staying true to their name, vocalist/guitarist Michael Scotta Delorme, bassist Marc-L Porter and drummer Rick Smith aim to bring together even the broadest of musical crowds. Their sound rightfully contains a bit of what could suffice everyone’s liking …

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Interview: Cinderella’s Tom Keifer on solo album, ‘The Way Life Goes (Deluxe Edition out October 20!)’

For over three decades, Tom Keifer has been best recognized as the front man for glam metallers Cinderella. The Philadelphia quartet achieved multi-platinum success in the mid to late 80s, bolstered by the success of such hits as “Shake Me,” “Nobody’s Fool,” “Don’t Know What You Got (‘Til It’s Gone)” …

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Gallery & Review: Blues Traveler at Genesee Theatre, 4.27.2017 – Waukegan, IL.

Blues Traveler 4/27/17 – Genesee Theatre – Waukegan, IL. By Bradley Todd              Blues Traveler is currently on a Spring/Summer tour, perhaps as a warm up for their 30th anniversary tour which begins later this year, and made a recent stop at Waukegan’s grand Genesee Theatre to give the greater …

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