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Photo By: Jim Wertman Heavy metal is gleaming imagination. Pushed to the margins of society, it has lain seed at the margins and climbed beanstalks to play scribes to giants. One of the bands I got into early was Megadeth. They sang about magic and aliens and nukes and it just blew my mind. It’s […]

RRX: Where are you based out of? GS: I live in Yonkers, New York. Just north of New York City. RRX: Oh yeah New York City’s hat, I’m familiar, it’s like the extra piece of the Bronx. GS: Yeah, we’re just north of Riverdale which isn’t very far, just near the Bronx border.  Every time […]

Photo By: Jason Miller RRX: So, I just got to find a place where there’s no noise in the background for this recording. A nice quiet place. Okay, good. “I think we’re alone now!” (Both laugh) TD: It’s really starting to get chilly in Nashville. It’s like oh, we’re really doing this aren’t we?  RRX: […]

Featuring 3 amazing acts you won’t find anywhere else! So put your cowboy boots on, and join us for this collaboration of country music you won’t want to miss! featuring music from Waylon Jennings, Willie Nelson, Merle Haggard, Hank Williams Jr, Loretta Lynn & Jessi Colter, Johnny Cash, Dolly Parton, Shania Twain, Gretchen Wilson, Miranda […]

From outside the lovingly restored building, you can see the stained-glass windows glowing with subtle neon hues. The caliber of the tech inside Universal Preservation Hall is only surpassed by the quality of acts that come to Saratoga to experience performing in upstate New York’s recent addition to the mid-size concert venue offerings. And this […]

Jeffrey Gaines’ music has rock-n-roll and a lot of heart and soul. His lyrics paint the human experience with the watercolors of our emotions. The single “Hero In Me” from his first album had listeners taking notice. Then he made a splash with his take on Peter Gabriel’s “In Your Eyes”. Jeffrey’s songwriting invites you […]

Photography By: Stephanie J Bartik    

Damn weathermen! The actual weather in Troy last Friday wasn’t so bad, a cold rain that eventually turned to light snow before the Silos took the stage at the Hangar. But several days worth of alarmist forecasts hyping potential snowmageddon without actually predicting much of anything meant that just over three dozen hardy souls turned […]

NRBQ was known as “the world’s greatest bar band” in the seventies, and the Replacements staked a claim to that mantle in the eighties, although some nights perhaps favoring the bar over the band. Based on their compelling show at a jam-packed Putnam Place last Saturday, Deer Tick are worthy contenders in the current decade. […]

Why is that none of us ever actually know what the hell it is we want? We think we do, but we don’t. We want excitement and spontaneity, but we also want stability and security. We want to have our shit together, but we also want to let loose and live. We want to learn […]

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