Sal Cannestra – Plenty Of Music

After fully embracing his sensitive singer/songwriter side on his proper solo debut Easiest Thing To Do in 2017, Sal Cannestra vowed that “the next one will rock”. And on the Pete Donnelly produced Plenty of Music, this New York indie rock and roll lifer delivers on his promise. Cannestra (Sleeper/Serpico, The Gerunds) was most recently […]

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Lucky Malice: Magnetic – album review

Lucky Malice Magnetic Tonehjulet Kräftpest DL/LP Out Now The fourth album from Norwegian riot grrrls Lucky Malice presents an upbeat and uplifting social revolution. It’s “smile while you’re rioting” music says Nathan Brown. I first heard Lucky Malice a few years back on their split LP with Dangerman and was an instant convert.  When I […]

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SAMMY HAGAR Says Proposed VAN HALEN ‘Kitchen-Sink’ Reunion Tour Would Have Been ‘Dream Come True’

In a new interview with SiriusXM‘s “Trunk Nation With Eddie Trunk”, Sammy Hagar discussed Wolfgang Van Halen‘s recent revelation that his father, legendary VAN HALEN guitarist Eddie Van Halen, had contemplated a “kitchen-sink tour” that would have included bassist Michael Anthony, as well as vocal turns from both Hagar and David Lee Roth. There was […]

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