The Online Entertainment Destination ‘Almazmix’

The Online Entertainment Destination ‘Almazmix’

The Online Enjoyment Destination ‘Almazmix’ ‘Almazmix’ is an on the web platform selling upcoming occasions such as festivals, concerts, artists in music and entertainment information by way of social media. Also, the More »

Great Wall International Music Academy Concert Series – A Treat for Lovers of Classical Music

Great Wall International Music Academy Concert Series – A Treat for Lovers of Classical Music

by Fuzzy Gerdes Fantastic Wall Worldwide Music Academy Concert Series – A Deal with for Lovers of Classical Music The Excellent Wall International Music Academy is a summer time undertaking that was More »

Sugarland’s ‘Incredible Machine Tour’

Sugarland’s ‘Incredible Machine Tour’

by wallyg Sugarland’s ‘Incredible Machine Tour’ “Sugarland” is probably the most utilitarian band name of all-time. It’s this kind of a non-descriptive appellation that it provides no hint to the band’s musical More »

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Jennifer Hudson Tickets – Jennifer Hudson Kicks off Tour

Jennifer Hudson Tickets – Jennifer Hudson Kicks off Tour

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Arctic Monkeys announce preliminary 2018 tour dates

Photo by Joshua Mellin With a new album expected in the not too distant future, Arctic Monkeys are beginning to fill up their summer calendar with a number of live performances. With the exception of an appearance at Delaware’s Firefly Music Festival, all the confirmed dates come in the form of European festival appearances. They’re set

Joe Satriani: New LP Inspired by Urge to Do 'Something Different'

As guitarist Joe Satriani launches into the beginning of another new year, it’s no surprise to find him already juggling a large load of projects and commitments. Currently on the road with his annual G3 Tour, sharing the stage with fellow guitar gurus Phil Collen of Def Leppard and Dream Theater’s John Petrucci, Satriani also

Album Review: Ty Segall Goes Long and Gets Loopy on Freedom’s Goblin

The Lowdown: On his latest (and longest) record, indefatigable rock-god-in-waiting Ty Segall beefs up his sound with a brass section while giving himself over to a bout of anything-goes creativity that hits way more than it misses. The Good: The brass, which adds showband strength to power pop numbers like “Fanny Dog” and “Alta” or

Stevie Nicks Wants Everybody to 'Keep Fighting' for Sexual Equality

Stevie Nicks said everybody should “keep fighting” the battle against sexual misconduct and other types of gender inequality in an interview after Fleetwood Mac were honored as MusiCares Person of the Year last week. She added that she felt she’d been “very lucky” in terms of how those issues had affected her own career. “Everybody

Phil Anselmo to Undergo Back Surgery

Phil Anselmo will undergo back surgery on Jan. 31 to address a problem that’s been causing him pain for 10 years, he revealed in a new interview. The former Pantera frontman had previously received treatment for back injuries sustained during his life on the road. “I’m going under the knife next Wednesday,” he told Jack

Hear Scorpions' 'Rock You Like a Hurricane' in New 'Hurricane Heist' Trailer

If you’ve made a movie called The Hurricane Heist, what other classic rock song would you want to use for the trailer than Scorpions’ “Rock You Like a Hurricane”? After all, Neil Young’s “Like a Hurricane” is a love song, and Bob Dylan’s “Hurricane” is about something entirely different. So the filmmakers went with the German

Album Review: Machine Head’s Passion Can’t Carry the Bloated Catharsis

The Lowdown: Machine Head’s ninth full-length marks the California metal stalwarts’ most strident – and discombobulated – record in years, packing in 74 minute of blistering solos, anthemic choruses, nü-metal drug PSAs, Motörhead tributes, and even folksy, election-inspired screeds. The Good: Though its pristine production and predominantly clean vocals deviate from the militant, groove-metal palette