Seattle rock band Fall From Grace is gearing up to hit the road with Saving Abel for a Summer tour kicking off May 31st at The Black Sheep in Colorado Springs, CO. The tour will hit select cities across the US through July 20th. Fall From Grace was born in the musical bed of Seattle, Washington. Fall From Grace, an alternative rock quintet, are a living, breathing outcome of
I don’t know… it just has 3 songs. I think they may have potential. Brought me back to Clash nights at Ten Bells in Grand Rapids. “Electro-Glam music for the dance floor” is an accurate description. Very Duran Duran. Very 80s synth-pop. 3 songs- Murder 1 Happy Endings Walk All Night My favorite was “Happy Endings.” I just loved the lyrics; “happy endings don’t have room for two.” Get
Again, first I tried to review Matthias Sturm, Blood and Thunder. I hated it. His voice is weird, and it sounds like he wishes he was The Beatles. You won’t like it if you like The Beatles. This time I found something better on the 2nd try. Engloria is a pretty good alt rock band. Lots of energy, good vocals. Reminds me a lot of bands like Better Than
So, in laziness I decided to review some of this stack of CDs that is pilling up on my end table. I started with Hillbilly Vegas, Ringo Manor, but my computer didn’t want to play it. I took that as a sign. Then I tried a self-titled CD by Orly, and it made me want to throw up. Folk, with a female vocals… but the female vocals were just
Stana Katic’s character travels to Ireland to find out about her best friend that got murdered. It was ruled as an accident, but Emma (Katic’s character) thinks that it was murder. Will she find out what secrets are being kept? Will she learn what really happened to Kerry? In order to find out you will need to watch “Truth About Kerry.” This riveting film can be found through MVD.
Shocking, true… unauthorized. Who was publisher Todd Loren? Sure, he was murdered in ’92, but before then he p*ssed off many a rock star with his unauthorized comic book biographies. Some bands even had lawsuits out against him; G n’ R, Bon Jovi. The biggest draw for me, watching this documentary, was Alice Cooper being in it. There were more people in it, some interesting home videos and more.
What do you get when you mix puppets that are horny and mermaids that eat people? A crazy movie that only really bored, or really horny, people will like (but likely still won’t enjoy). The movie I am talking about is called “GUMS.” This is a new release from MVD. The back of the DVD says “You must see this movie to believe it,” and I would have to
I arrived late, just in time for the main attraction: Foxy Shazam. I caught a bit of Maniac, who was quite the entertaining group of people. They were eccentric and the music was lively, plus one of the two singers kept doing something I could only describe as warbling. They were good though, I would definitely want to see them again when I have more time. It was fascinating