Band of the Day

Spotlight Band: Check out Latvian classic rockers Quickstrike and their latest video”Rebel Radio”

January 3, 2022

If one of your resolutions for 2022 is to check out new bands, I have a great one for you to start with. Latvian classic rockers Quickstrike are set to release their debut album “None of a Kind” on February 11th via Rockshot Records. The high energy band is ready to fuel you up with nonstop 80’s era rock n roll. About the band A no-nonsense experience of raw guitars, sweet tones, genuine vocals, and sweet emotions, each Quickstrike song is an event of its own and it’s all real to reel. Offering an all-around chamber of good ol’ classic rock n’ roll, the band delivers an authentic “what-you-get-on-the-record-is-what-you-get-live” experience. Take it or leave it, no refunds, as you will not want any – guaranteed. They are an encounter that will leave you dazed, amazed, crazed, and definitely craving for more. From beautiful harmonies to flamin’ high-octane performances (literally). This is a package that has been missing since the likes of Aerosmith and Guns n’ Roses. This is a band you can’t afford to miss.Establishing [Read More]


Slash ft. Myles Kennedy & The Conspirators release killer cover of Elton John’s Rocket Man for Stuntman Soundtrack

January 3, 2022

Slash ft. Myles Kennedy & The Conspirators have released a new track that you  have to check out. It is their cover of Elton John’s Rocket Man. The song is on the sountrack for the Disney movie  Stuntman. About the movie Directed by Kurt Mattila. It follows professional Hollywood Stuntman Eddie Braun as he prepares and attempts the most dangerous stunt of his career. Contemplating retirement and having survived over three decades of hellacious car crashes, explosions, high falls, and death-defying leaps, Eddie Braun decides to finish out his career by recreating the infamous Snake River Canyon rocket jump, an audacious televised event that almost killed the man who inspired Eddie to become a professional stuntman: Evel Knievel.  The Song The song was recorded at the historic Sunset Studio. Myles Kennedy delivers emotionally driven vocals and captures the emotion of the movie creating an epic tribute to an incredible song. Check out the song here: You can stream the movie on Disney+. Information & Links: Website: Twitter: Facebook: Youtube:  Instagram:  


Joey Jane rings in the New Year with new music and video for his solo debut, “Welcome to the Show”

January 1, 2022

We have always loved checking out Joey Jane through his music journey, but we are even more excited as Joey ventures out on a solo endeavor. The best way to ring in the new year is by checking out his new single and video. The song is “Welcome to the Show” and Joey explains a bit about the new song, The song was inspired as kind of a mockery to the party lifestyle. being as i was majorly caught up in that kind of scene for years its a song about how toxic people and toxic environments can bring out the absolute worst sides of a person, if you are unable to identify the difference its very easy to become someone you hate yourself without realizing it. The song was recorded at Emergency room studios in Los Angeles by Evan Rodaniche from the band Cage9.   The song captures the energy that Joey brings to his music and you can’t help but feel the adrenaline rushing through your veins. Joey delivers that raw 90’s intensity that [Read More]