Rewind: Jibe Kicks it Old-school with a Perfectly Crafted Set at The Curtain Club

After a busy summer that included releasing their first record in fifteen years in June and then celebrating its release a month later with a monumental show that is still vivid in the minds’ of fans, Jibe is looking to keep the momentum going. Now a little more than two years after reuniting, the Dallas-based band is fully ushering in a new era, one that was furthered by the official worldwide release of Epic Tales of Human Nature (out via Sixtyfouronthefloor / Kobalt), now available not just from the band’s... Read The Rest →

JIBE, ‘Release’ – Exclusive Video Premiere

Welcome back JIBE! The Dallas rockers have returned after an 11-year absence and they’re ramping up to the release of the new album Epic Tales of Human Nature, due Oct. 6. Before the disc drops, JIBE are teaming up with Loudwire to bring you the exclusive premiere of their video for “Release.” The song has a darker “bad man” groove to it, delivering a gritty rocker accentuated by singer Joe Grah’s powerful vocals. The band refers to the video as a “concert film,” giving a good representation of how JIBE rocks in 2017.... Read The Rest →

Seven Questions with Aerosmith’s Brad Whitford

Guitarist Brad Whitford—of Aerosmith and Whitford/St. Holmes fame—recently sat down for the “seven questions” treatment. It went a little something like this. What influenced you to pick up a guitar? Like many, many players from my generation, I would have to lay it all on the British Invasion—the Beatles, the Stones, everything in the early Sixties. It just caught my ear, my soul, everything. I was just so drawn to it. Yeah… There was no escaping that. What was your first guitar that you owned? My very first guitar was a Japanese... Read The Rest →

Lewis Brice Rocks Massachusetts With His Southern Style

Electrifying, energetic and one of the best shows to hit the South Shore this summer, Lewis Brice cruised into town this weekend to open for his brother (Lee) at the South Shore Music Circus in Cohasset Friday night and the Cape Cod Melody Tent on Saturday. If you haven’t seen Lewis yet, you are in for quite a performance. His music is quite different from his brother’s – think southern rock meets blues. The younger brother joined the stage with his band  The Escorts, which consists of Nashville native Johannes Greer... Read The Rest →

Brian “Head” Welch Joins Babymetal Onstage in Idaho

                KORN guitarist Brian “Head” Welch joined BABYMETAL on stage — his face painted in the same white-and-black makeup as the Japanese act’s backing band — on June 25 at the Ford Idaho Center in Nampa, Idaho. Official video footage from KORN, as well as a couple of fan-filmed clips, of the collaboration can be seen below. BABYMETAL was one of the support acts on KORN‘s “The Serenity Of Summer” tour, also featuring STONE SOUR, YELAWOLF and ISLANDER. KORN‘s latest album, “The Serenity... Read The Rest →

Lewis Brice Makes Rolling Stone’s 10 New Country Artists You Need to Know for August 2017 List

10 New Country Artists You Need to Know: August 2017 Lewis Brice Sounds Like: A well-read choir boy who grew up to love rock & roll, American beer and breaking the rules every now and then For Fans of: Chase Rice, the Cadillac Three, his brother Lee Brice Why You Should Pay Attention: Growing up in South Carolina, Lewis Brice came from a musical family: His mother sang in a vocal group with her sisters, both his parents sang in their church choir, and Brice followed suit, singing in a... Read The Rest →

Lewis Brice Steps Into the Spotlight with New EP

Article link: Sounds Like Nashville Country newcomer Lewis Brice knows the question is coming pretty much as the interview starts. “So, you’re last name is Brice. Are you any relation to Lee?” “You could say I have met him once or twice,” the singer-songwriter says with a grin. “He’s my big brother. He’s been working his butt off for a long time. Now, I’m ready to get in there and join him and play music.” The singer’s debut EP has just hit the marketplace, following the introductory single “Best Ex Ever,”... Read The Rest →

Two heads are better than one: Duos to know in the Charleston music scene

Shane Williams and Warren Bazemore of longstanding duo Finnegan Bell are masters of the two-part harmony. “It’s more like two singers singing together instead of one in the background,” says Williams. “That’s always appealed to us.” And the duo has had a long time to develop the perfect vocal blend, since Williams and Bazemore have been playing music together since 1994. They were in Appalachian folk rock group Silers Bald right out of college, which made it all the way to a record deal. During the heyday, they were touring... Read The Rest →

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