Monday, October 18

Tag: Mainstream Rock

(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....
(Mental Health Conversations):  Stevie D of BUCKCHERRY plus Concert Review from Val Air Ballroom(6/12/2021) and “Hellbound” Review
Concert Therapy Reviews, Crane Level Heaviness, Mental Health Conversations

(Mental Health Conversations): Stevie D of BUCKCHERRY plus Concert Review from Val Air Ballroom(6/12/2021) and “Hellbound” Review

Editor's Note:  Welcome to the Madness To Creation Podcast: where self-care and music merge. Be safe, Be well and Be Balanced. On the 2nd Season and 6th episode of the podcast, we have Stevie D., guitarist of legendary modern rock band Buckcherry. This interview was taken June 12th at the historic Val Air Ballroom in West Des Moines, Iowa and we get into an amazing discussion about life, music and mental health. On June 25th, Buckcherry will be releasing their ninth studio album entitled "Hellbound", which includes the title track and their single "So Hott." Fans can find Buckcherry on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and their official website. Here are the topics that we discussed: 2:33- Stevie D discusses how him and Josh Todd wrote 20 songs for "Hellbound" during quarantine and the w...