Laurence Jones releases “What Would You Do” video

Laurence Jones has released a music video for “What Would You Do,” which is featured on his new album, The Truth, now available worldwide.

4 Jimi Hendrix numbers liked by music lovers throughout the world

Often referred to as the best guitar player to have walked the planet, Jimi Hendrix was a combination of a poignant soul, improvisational excellence and untouchable virtuosity. However, there was much more to the artist than being a badass axe-man – he was an amazing songwriter whose music although was rooted in conventions, never let go of the spirit of experimentation and the will to break new grounds.

Santana: Portland Concert Review

On Saturday, March 3, 2018 Carlos Santana rocked the “Rose City,” Portland, Oregon at the “Veteran’s Memorial Coliseum” at 8:00 PM, with his “Divination” tour. Unfortunately, the Trail Blazers were playing the Oklahoma City Thunder next door at the MODA Center on the same site. That meant that the parking lot was filled to capacity before the 8:00 PM concert took place, so there were only business parking lots turned into $40.00 pay for parking sites. We found one half a mile away for only $20.00 and could have parked for free a mile away, on some street, but I’d already had two cars stolen and one was after a concert, so I didn’t want a third.

Top 2 Jimi Hendrix concerts that captured him at his spellbinding best!

One of the odd contradictory aspects about Jimi Hendrix’s shows is that regardless of being so amazing when performing live, he never liked touring. Defending his stance he would explain that ‘The Road’ of the 1960s proved to be a very punishing an unforgiving experience, despite the fact it was very well planned in advance by Michael Jeffrey, his manager. One night they’d be playing in a Santa Barbara, California venue, and the next night you’d find them performing in front of an audience in Seattle, Washington.

The Sheepdogs release “Nobody” video

The Sheepdogs have released a music video for “Nobody,” which is featured on their latest album, Changing Colours.

“Coming up as a band, we booked a lot of shows that were us playing at the wrong bar,” said the Sheepdogs bassist Ryan Gullen. “Playing these shows, everyone in the band wants to kill each other. Now we finally got our chance and I got to make it a reality. We shot the video at a bar called the Commercial Tavern in Maryhill, ON, one of the oldest still active country roadhouses in Canada.”

Frontman Ewan Currie added, “It’s my favorite song on the record and just all around represents what rock ‘n roll is all about. It’s been a longtime dream of mine to make a video where we just beat the tar out of each other for a music video. Ryan was able to make it a reality.”

The Temperance Movement release “Caught In The Middle” video

The Temperance Movement have released a music video for “Caught In The Middle,” which is off the band’s new album, A Deeper Cut.

Joe Bonamassa announces “British Blues Explosion Live”

Joe Bonamassa, the two-time GRAMMY-nominated blues rock guitar icon, who will kick-off his UK and European tour March 9th, has announced the release of British Blues Explosion Live on Friday 18th May on CD/DVD/Blu-Ray & 3LP (Black / Red, White & Blue) via Mascot Label Group in Europe and J&R Adventures in North America.

Lance Lopez: Tell the Truth Review

The cover of Lance Lopez’s Tell the Truth features Lopez sitting on an amp in the middle of nowhere. He’s holding a Les Paul, his fingers seemingly caught in mid-solo. ‘Oh no,’ I thought. ‘This is going to be 45 minutes of endless guitar overplaying.’ But Lopez proved me wrong with a tasteful collection of bluesy hard rock with impressive guitar playing that lifts the songs, but doesn’t compete with them.

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