His career of musical versatility and accomplishments include touring as a bass player with rock legend Alice Cooper, performing and recording with Alan Parsons (as the lead singer for Alan Parsons’ Live Project), Roger Daltry, and Bob Dylan.
Review, Interview and Photos Simon Kneller & Stefan Putwain On arriving in the mighty city of Cardiff, the photographer, Simon and I, were happy to take in the sights and to grab a quick bite to eat before heading to Fuel. It was good to hear that the venue for the night was a sell […]
Multi-instrumentalist Sam Wood, changing instruments seamlessly from mandolin to banjo to guitar to accordion and back again between each song. Mr. Wood is one of those amazingly talented individuals that can infuriatingly play almost any instrument put before him.
I genuinely hope the Covid period will help people to make some better decisions by the facts. The simple fact that we’re all in this together, the cliché. We are in all this because we’re all the same species.
The Dead Daisies, they roly-poly all over towns and they come back to England when times are down. Real messengers of good hope and rock reincarnation. The cosmic and murky tone of their New Album ‘ Holly Ground’ takes all the rock charts by storm.
Output from the band may be rare (for many reasons over the last couple of years) but this track suggests there is fire in the belly to make this work and hopefully more music, more shows and the level of recognition that the lads deserve is forthcoming.
Dublin-based Neon Empire have dropped their latest single – “City Lights” and it’s another cracker. The metalcore fourpiece have been building momentum (despite Covid) and are going from strength to strength. After the success of “This Clarity” (featuring Jimmie Strimell & Pontus Hjelm of Dead By April) they defied lockdown with another face-melting single “Wrath”, […]
By the time we did ‘Are You Ready To Rock’ we really had the confidence to play the songs and styles we were influenced by. You could hear Rainbow, Whitesnake and others. But with ‘Bleed & Scream’, we also started to sound like Eclipse.
The song talks about how women can be imprisoned by society in predetermined roles and how they can break free from these stereotypes to express their strong and fierce side