In the mid-1960’s, a high school band calling themselves the Earwigs wanted to enter a Phoenix talent show. Basically, it was five guys lip synching, and lampooning the Beatles. They won. Forty-Seven years later, in 2011, three of that original band were elected into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame. Eventually, after a few different nicknames, and a couple of personnel changes, the band became known as Alice Cooper.
Lit seemed to have roared – fully formed and developed – out of the Orange County punk and hardcore scene of the mid-’90s. But the band’s roots go back father, and they go deeper as well.
Candlebox endured those peaks and valleys, took some time off to grow up and improve, and returned stronger than ever. With a healthy second wind, the Seattle group has been on a creative winning streak that’s entering its 15th year.
Interviews with Smith & Myers of Shinedown, Past, Present and Future.
The President of Football Operations of the Denver Bronco's, has had a nearly forty-year career in the NFL. From the controversial way he came into the league in 1983, to winning Superbowl's as both a player and an executive, Elway has excelled at every position.
In 1972, in Chicago, a band named Styx signed a recording contract. The first single from their self-titled first album, Best Things, dipped its toe into the hot 100 on the charts, and announced the arrival of a true American prog-rock band.
With pandemic restrictions beginning to ease, for the moment, many musicians are getting back on the road. Among them is the multi-Grammy, mega-platinum record selling rock band, Los Lobos.
For 20 years and running, Copenhagen, Denmark-based band Volbeat has had it both ways: the popular group has honed its brand of hard-rock (with elements of early, vintage rock ‘n’ roll) while appealing to an audience that extends well beyond rock fans.
A new band was established by singer/guitarist Lonesome Dave Peverett, bassist Tony Stevens, and drummer Roger Earl, joined by slide guitarist Rod Price formed what was to become the powerhouse blues & boogie rockers Foghat.
His newly released Book “Double Talkin Jive” is a must read for any fan of The Cult, Guns n Roses, or Velvet Revolver (throw in Kings of Chaos and Y Kant Tory Read too).
In 1996, in Escatawpa, Mississippi, a three-piece power trio was formed. The band consisted of Brad Arnold singing leads, and playing the drums, Matt Roberts on guitar, and Todd Harrell playing bass.
After hunkering down for the pandemic, and like most of us, watching a lot of Hulu, Howland is glad the band is finally back on the road.
In depth interview with San Francisco 49’ers wide receiver, Jerry Rice, the greatest of all time.
“You’ll see my hands all over this record, really for the first time.” - Ayron Jones on the evolution of his recording process from his first indie album to the major label release of his third album “Child of the State.”
We caught up with Tommy Chong on a socially distanced zoom call from the plant laden 30,000 sq ft grow room of Ed Alexander's SoL Cannabis.
Psychobilly… doom and black metal… arena rock… there are endless ways to categorize music and place it into neatly managed boxes, but the best music transcends. Often, the best music cannot be tied down to a few words.
Interview with Randy Bachman from BTO and The Guess Who!
There is one undeniable fact about Johnny Gill’s Grammy-nominated, multi-platinum career. The singer/songwriter/producer sure knows how to rub music fans the right way.
Local Musician, Rick Metz is first and foremost a saxophonist with extensive experience in the music business.
Gina Adams Interviews Local Favorite, LIZANO
New Wave Crave is the high-energy 80’s tribute band that’s more 80’s than 1980!
Gina Adams of Rock On Magazine speaks with Whiskey and the Wolves in this revealing interview.
Appearing in more than 300 productions, Michael Madsen’s acting career has spanned five decades.
Rock On Magazine recently caught up with Veteran UFC fighter, kick boxer, and MMA combatant, Chris Camozzi.
Rock On shines a spotlight on the local scene with Pink Awful.
The Reggae/Rock/Funk ensemble was originally formed by Grady Davis Holdridge (Lead Vox), Paul Anthony, and Calib Advincula
Gina Adams of Rock On Magazine speaks with Miles Dimitri Baker about the latest release, production and influences.
Gina Adams Interviews the London based, politically charged Electro Goth Punk, three-piece band.
Gina Adams of “Rock On Magazine” had the privilege of interviewing Infected Mushroom about their new album and a few other things.
Forever Gone but Never Forgotten. A current tribute to those we have lost in the recent past.