Neil Young: “Bluenote Café”

December 4, 2015 Tony Keefer 0

  Neil Young: “Bluenote Café” – by Ric Hickey This album is a lot like Neil Young’s career: Far longer than common sense or popular consensus would have dictated, with some mountainous peaks and head-scratching […]

Shinedown: “Threat to Survival”

September 28, 2015 Tony Keefer 0

  With the release of their latest album, “Threat to Survival,” Shinedown offers a motivational kick in the ass to anyone who listens to it. The album, the first since 2012’s “Amarylis,” serves as a […]

Kelly Clarkson: Piece By Piece

April 7, 2015 Tony Keefer 1

  While the music world seems to be filled with self professed pop royalty, Kelly Clarkson should be titled the pop warrior. In her thirteen year career as a recording artist she has created a […]

Farmikos:

February 7, 2015 Tony Keefer 0

  What is rock n’ roll to you? That seems to be an easy enough question. Yet, the question is likely to draw many different answers depending on whom you ask. There is also a […]

Cory Branan: The No-Hit Wonder

August 23, 2014 Tony Keefer 0

  Nashville-based singer/songwriter, Cory Branan released his new album, “The No Hit Wonder,” this week on Bloodshot Records. Perhaps you are like I was when I first heard about this record, who is Cory Branan? […]

Godsmack: 1000HP

August 4, 2014 Tony Keefer 0

  It’s been four years since Godsmack released their last studio effort, 2010’s “The Oracle.” But the Boston metal legends are back with their new record, “1000Hp.” In their true fashion, the band is not […]

Seether: “Isolate and Medicate”

July 1, 2014 Tony Keefer 0

    Hard rock favorites, Seether are back with their new record “Isolate and Medicate.” The last release from this powerhouse trio was a greatest hits package released just last year. For many bands, a […]

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