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Scarlet Sails follow up with poignant single, “Hideaway”

Scarlet Sails continue to refine their complementary blend of alternative rock – a soaring, progressive instrumental foundation seasoned by confident, sultry vocals. The husband-and-wife core of Olya and Brian Viglione had successfully implemented both spectrums on their 2017 debut full length, Future from The Past, which helped them earn legions …

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The Man Who Carried Cash – Author Julie Chadwick Discusses Creation Process Behind Her Unique Narrative

Back in May, Canadian author Julie Chadwick published The Man Who Carried Cash: Saul Holiff, Johnny Cash, and the Making of An American Icon. Having obtained personal material from Saul’s son, Jonathan, Chadwick constructs a poignant account of the cycle-strewn—but wholly enduring—relationship between country superstar Johnny Cash, and Saul Holiff, …

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Lifehouse & Switchfoot live in Asbury Park, NJ August 10: Interview with Lifehouse’s Bryce Soderberg and Jason Wade

Lifehouse have held a strong footing amidst the variable success of current mainstream rock. The band is best known for their accessible blend of post-grunge and pop, which defines such classics as “Hanging by A Moment,” “Spin,” and “You And Me,” along with modern gems “All In” and “Hurricane.” 17 …

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Misery Signals ‘Yesterday Was Everything’ Documentary Out Now – Interview with Ryan Morgan

Misery Signals have long proven an upstanding force in the North American metalcore underground. Formed in 2002, the American-Canadian quintet continually amasses dedicated fans through a successful approach – a heavily melodic foundation featuring unorthodox rhythm changes and breakdowns, bolstered by a four-album-strong referential output and consistent touring presence. Today …

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