Posts Tagged ‘Pinnick Gales Pridgen’

Richie Kotzen: Cannibals Review

Richie Kotzen is a music-making machine. Twenty solo records, formerly part of the bands Poison and Mr. Big, ongoing work with the power trio the Winery Dogs, frequent touring – Kotzen does it all. He was most recently in the spotlight last fall for the release of his first solo collection The Essential Richie Kotzen, […]

Interview: Eric Gales of Pinnick Gales Pridgen

Ask Eric Gales what he wants most for his latest project Pinnick Gales Pridgen and he’ll answer simply: a chance to tour. On July 8, PGP will release their second album PGP2 through Magna Carta Records, a mere 17 months after their first collaboration garnered the adulation of critics throughout the rock and blues communities. […]

Pinnick Gales Pridgen Release “Every Step of the Way” Video

Pinnick Gales Pridgen have released a music video for “Every Step of the Way.” The song is featured on the group’s sophomore album, PGP2, out July 8.

Pinnick Gales Pridgen: PGP 2 Review

Less than 18 months after the release of their debut album Pinnick Gales Pridgen, PGP are back with a follow-up record that matches the supergroup’s earlier work in fervor and intensity. Of their first record, bassist and vocalist “dUg” Pinnick (King’s X) described the collaboration as natural, effortless and “built upon raw energy.” For PGP […]

Pinnick Gales Pridgen Release “Collateral Damage” Video

Pinnick Gales Pridgen have released a new music video for “Collateral Damage.” The band released their self-titled debut album back in February.

Album Releases: February 2013

February’s Album Releases video features new releases from Devon Allman, Pinnick Gales Pridgen, and the John Pippus Band.

Pinnick Gales Pridgen Release “Hang on, Big Brother” Video

Pinnick Gales Pridgen have released a music video for “Hang on, Big Brother” off their upcoming self-titled debut album. Pinnick Gales Pridgen is due out February 12. Read our review of the new album here.

Pinnick Gales Pridgen Review

With a familiar growl on the mic, this trio’s self-titled debut gives the Eric Gales sound a rejuvenated allure. With perhaps a darker perspective manifested in the album, Gales, along with Pinnick (King’s X) and Pridgen (Mars Volta) keep the blues alive and well.  The finished product comes off heavier than Gales’ recent solo work, […]

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