Bob Lanza Blues Band Says It's "Time to Let Go" on New CD

Submitted by Mark Pucci Media on Mon, 08/22/2016 - 8:18 am

Connor Ray Music announces a September 30 release date for Time to Let Go, the new CD from, New Jersey-based blues guitarist Bob Lanza and his band. Produced by Bob Lanza and recorded at Skylab Recording studio in Roosevelt, New Jersey, Time to Let Go is Bob’s fourth album release. Its 11 tracks, a mix of soulful originals and cool covers, showcase Bob’s powerful blues guitar work and sinewy vocals.

Steve Aoki Doc 'I'll Sleep When I'm Dead' Out Today

Submitted by MSO on Fri, 08/19/2016 - 1:49 pm

Get ready to be thrust into the world of STEVE AOKI as the documentary I'll Sleep When I'm Dead is available world-wide today, August 19 via Netflix, the world's leading internet TV network.  AOKI's story can now be seen in homes in over 190 countries world-wide, joining such highly regarded Netflix original titles as House of CardsStranger ThingsWhat Happened, Miss Simone? and Making A Murderer. &nb

Wayne Krantz Announces 2016 Fall Tour

Submitted by MAD Ink PR on Fri, 08/19/2016 - 1:41 pm

Wayne Krantz, the innovative and improvisational guitarist, announces his FALL 2016 US “Undercover Pop Tour.”  This time out Krantz brings his unique sensibilities to the works of a wide cross-section of musicians:  Sonic Youth, Talib Kweli & Mos Def, Paul McCartney, Ryuichi Nakamoto, Jethro Tull and others.  Taking two different bands on the road for this tour, Krantz will perform October 4 - 9 and October 25 – November 2 with 2x Salvation, with Star Truck

Lettuce & The Wailers | Red Rocks | Review

Submitted by Philip Emma on Thu, 08/18/2016 - 1:20 pm

On a perfect summer day in Colorado, there may be no better place to spend one’s time then Red Rocks Amphitheater with the reggae legendary band the Wailers and one of funk’s most invigorating bands, Lettuce. These two musical powerhouses always leave their crowds satisfied. This year, Lettuce was even better than they were last year. This show was staggering the whole way through.

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