Tuesday, October 19

Tag: Daughtry

(Livestream Review) “Marching In Time” by TREMONTI (9/24/2021)
Concert Therapy Reviews

(Livestream Review) “Marching In Time” by TREMONTI (9/24/2021)

Marching In Time by Tremonti is by far one of the best albums that has been released this year and now is looking to take best live stream of the year. To celebrate the release of their latest album, fans were treated to a live stream that highlighted the brand-new album while also paying homage to the past albums that the band has released. This was a juggernaut of a setlist at an amazingly valued price. Tremonti started the stream of with the intro song of their first album “A World Away” and from that moment, everyone was extremely aware that the band had passion in these new songs. Tremonti sounded so great that one would have to ask, “have they played these songs before”? Everyone involved in this stream took great care, from the camera work all the way to the musicians themselves....
(Album Review) “Marching in Time” by TREMONTI
Standards and Benchmarks, Uncategorized

(Album Review) “Marching in Time” by TREMONTI

Being a staple in the music industry for over two decades is legendary status, but maintaining a constant flow of fresh ideas in art for that long is a different story. However, Tremonti makes that task look easy with their most recent album, Marching in Time. As usual the band brings something fresh while staying in line with the things that original fans can attach themselves to. From beginning to end it’s a masterpiece that was very much needed. “A World Away” is the song that starts the album off in a giant way with immediate chugs and drums that could get anyone excited. As the song progress, the realization is that we are in for something very different than the previous album A Dying Machine. Tremonti has this unique talent to blend heavy and chunky together with an absolute catc...
Check Out Daryl Hall’s “Live From Daryl’s House” Beginning April 19th on AXS TV
AXS TV and Entertainment News

Check Out Daryl Hall’s “Live From Daryl’s House” Beginning April 19th on AXS TV

AXS TV announced today that the network is airing 14 episodes of the multi-award-winning music series Live From Daryl’s House—premiering on Sunday, April 19 at 9 p.m. ET/6 p.m. PT. AXS TV has curated a roster of the popular series’ episodes, highlighting an eclectic blend of artists that will appeal to the Network’s diverse audience. Live From Daryl’s House was created in 2007 by Rock & Roll Hall Of Famer Daryl Hall, who wanted a show where he and his talented friends could hangout and rock out in a relaxed atmosphere. The Webby Award-winning program quickly took the music world and the Internet by storm with its unique format, as Hall welcomed a new artist into his domain each week to enjoy some local cuisine and conversation, as well as an unforgettable jam session. Since that...
The Musician’s Tribune Vol. 23:  “Our Personal Spotify Playlist” by FUEL ON FIRE
Standards and Benchmarks, The Musician's Tribune

The Musician’s Tribune Vol. 23: “Our Personal Spotify Playlist” by FUEL ON FIRE

Editor's Note:  The Musician's Tribune features a combination of vlogs, playlists, and your favorite musician's thoughts on many topics.  We have had various artists talk about the Warped Tour, favorite cover songs, and so much more on this website!  We want to personally thank Nashville indie-pop group Fuel On Fire for taking the time for us to do this!  Fans can find Fuel On Fire at the following locations: www.FuelOnFire.com www.facebook.com/fuelonfireband www.twitter.com/fuelonfireband www.instagram.com/fuelonfireband News about Fuel On Fire: Fuel On Fire recently released their cover EP entitled "Them" on January 18th.  The EP features the songs "With Or Without You" by U2, "Good Times, Bad Times" by Led Zeppelin, "Eleanor Rigby" by The Beatles, and "Goodbye Stranger...
Madness To Creation Converses with Wade Walters and Richard Rogers of Secrets on Broken Axles and the Meaning Behind “3/17/16”
Crane Level Heaviness, Mental Health Conversations

Madness To Creation Converses with Wade Walters and Richard Rogers of Secrets on Broken Axles and the Meaning Behind “3/17/16”

Editor's Note:  It was a gorgeous night for Spring Break in St. Paul, Minnesota as we received an invite to cover the Secrets headlining tour with special guests Picturesque at the Amsterdam Bar & Music Hall in St. Paul, Minnesota!  Secrets are kind of starting anew with a new vocalist in Wade Walters in tow and they are ready to conquer and take over the world once again!  Fans can find Secrets at the following locations: www.facebook.com/secretsofficial www.secretsofficial.com Madness To Creation:  How has the tour been going so far with Picturesque? Wade:  Good, except for when our trailer broke down immediately on the first day, we need a completely new axle, so we actually left the trailer behind in Calgary, which was the first day of this tour with our tour manager wi...