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Author: Rick Scuteri
The See It All Tour launches on August 5th with two shows in one day!
Gov’t Mule is ready to release their 12th studio album this Friday, June 16th. Titled Peace…Like A River, it’s a traditional GM jam right from the first track.
A.J. Croce, son of the legendary songwriter/guitarist Jim Croce, led off the first of two nights at the famous Musical Instrument Museum in Phoenix, Arizona.
The 5x GRAMMY winner with almost 50 years of music under his belt brought his amazing guitar work and storytelling to the Valley of the Sun.
When Idol hits the stage, it’s hard for bikers not to get down.
I don’t remember seeing a venue fill up so early in the night as when the Pistols At Dawn took the stage to a nearly packed house. Mammoth WVH played second with a short but sweet setlist that didn’t disappoint the rowdy Tempe crowd. Alter Bridge highlighted the night with a show for the ages. These three bands made for an incredible night of music, and a lineup I would see again. Fresh off their debut album, Pistols At Dawn need to be recognized; I’m sure we will be hearing a lot more of these guys in the future. Wolfgang Van…
Greta Van Fleet performed in Tucson, Arizona in front of a nearly sold-out arena, a show that was a makeup of a previous date postponed last year.
Nonc Nu & Da Wild Matous, along with Tyron Benoit, brought it to the streets of Houma, LA, to help celebrate its Bicentennial Celebration.