Category Archives: Music Reviews

The Black Keys – In Their Prime

The Nashville-based Black Keys just released Turn Blue, their 8th studio album, in May 2014. Again produced by Brian J. Burton, aka Danger Mouse, the Keys deliver rock and roll like its supposed to be. Raw, authentic, and Continue reading

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Lightning Round IV

This article continues my Music Reviews 2012 Series. It reviews Soundgarden – King Animal, Kid Rock’s – Rebel Soul, Green Day – Dos, Phillip Phillips first record, and a few more. Check it out~! Continue reading

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Lightning Round III

Lightning Round III continues the 2012 Music Review series, with reviews of Green Day’s Uno, Dave Matthews Band Away From the World, Matchbox Twenty – North, The Wallflowers’ Glad All Over, and Jason Aldean’s Night Train. Continue reading

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Lightning Round II

This is Lightning Round II – the continuation of 2012’s New Music Reviews. This round includes reviews of the new records from Zac Brown Band, Train, Rascal Flatts, ZZ Top, and Bruce Springsteen. Continue reading

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New Music Lightning Round

2012 has been a fairly prolific year for new music, from artists old and new. From Rush to Adam Lambert, there are lots of new records to keep us all entertained anew. Here’s my take on some of this year’s new music. Continue reading

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Turnpike Troubadours – Hotter Than The Oklahoma August~!

The Oklahoma-based Turnpike Troubadours have released their third studio record–Goodbye Normal Street–May 8th. The Troubadours are hot right now–seemingly ready for national prominence. Give ’em a listen and get on board the Troubadours bus. Continue reading

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Ian Anderson – Thick As A Brick 2

Music Reviews 2012 – Ian Anderson – Thick As A Brick 2 I never thought I’d be saying this…..but Ian Anderson has captured my current interest once again. ¬†Anderson, the 64-year old genius and jester behind Jethro Tull, has recently … Continue reading

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