Ann Wilson extends “Ann Wilson of Heart Tour”

March 29, 2017

  Ann Wilson of Heart has been captivating crowds with her performances on her solo tour and we are pleased to announce she has extending the tour. The second leg of Ann Wilson extends “Ann Wilson of Heart Tour”. The a second leg of dates running from May 19-July 2.  The iconic vocalist will make tour stops in Chicago, San Diego, Phoenix, Dallas and Atlanta, among other cities. Musicians on board for the ANN WILSON OF HEART tour include Craig Bartock on guitar (Heart member for a dozen years, who also performed in the Ann Wilson Thing for two years) from San Francisco; Andy Stoller on bass (the Ann Wilson Thing member for two years) from Seattle; Denny Fongheiser on drums and percussion (Heart member in the 1990’s for two years) from Los Angeles; and Dan Walker on keys.   “The stage is a magical place where I can be beautifully in and out of control, where I can build a fire and then jump into it,” says the esteemed and pioneering Rock and Roll Hall of Fame legend who’s known for [Read More]


Interview with Ann Wilson of Heart as we talk about her upcoming solo tour!

March 5, 2017

We recently  had the opportunity to interview Ann Wilson of Heart. Ann is embarking out on her solo tour, which starts on March 8th in Seattle at the Moore Theater. The 20 date tour will be hitting the Bay Area with a show at the UC Theater on March 10th. “The stage is a magical place where I can be beautifully in and out of control, where I can build a fire and then jump into it,” says the esteemed and pioneering Rock and Roll Hall of Fame legend who’s known for her force-of-nature vocals. “The stage is where I have always lived; where I’ve expressed my deepest emotions and supreme joys.” ANN continues: “I suppose I am addicted to it. I’ve never been much good at talking, but I can sing, and when I sing I connect with people in a much deeper, higher way.” Check out our interview with Ann: * * * * * * MJP: We are excited about your upcoming solo tour. We understand that it will be a great night [Read More]

'80s Rock

Concert Review: Tom Keifer, Backstage Halle, Munich, October 15th, 2015 by Alex Bock

October 17, 2015

  Last night Munich was in for a special treat. Tom Keifer, best known as the Cinderella frontman, stopped by to take us all back down memory lane. The Backstage Halle was fully packed, when the show started at 8.30 pm, about 30 minutes later than announced. There was no opening act, which is kinda unusual, but it’s also not that often that acts ‘with a long history in the Rock n’ Roll business’ still draw that many people. Keifer started the show with ‘Fallin’ Apart At The Seams’, the opening track of Cinderella’s second studio album ‘Long Cold Winter’. The set contained some of the songs from his first solo-record ‘The Way Life Goes’ which was released about 2 ½ years ago, like ‘It’s not enough’, ‘Different Light’ and ‘The Flower Song’. The second big part on the set-list were Cinderella songs. Everyone that was there for those wasn’t gonna be disappointed, because he played all the great tracks that were hit singles for the band like ‘Shake Me’, ‘Nobody’s Fool’, ‘Coming Home’ and [Read More]

'80s Rock

Tom Keifer ROCKS the Ace of Spades in Sacramento and proves that Rock n Roll is alive and thriving!

September 28, 2015

Last Friday night at the Ace of Spades was definitely the place to be! Tom Keifer was making a stop on his The Way Life Goes solo tour to Sacramento and we definitely were not going to miss it. The night started off with a high energy set from local favorites, Force of Habit. These guys truly rock the stage and got the crowd fired up. The second Tom hit the stage, the crowd went wild. His vocals were timeless and sounded spot on, giving me chills as he sang. Everybody around us was in awe of his performance and were truly enjoying the set. Whether you were there to hear Tom’s stellar songs from his highly acclaimed solo record, The Way Life Goes or were a die-hard Cinderella fan, you were in the right place! Tom played several of his solo hits like It’s Not Enough, The Flower Song, A Different Light and Solid Ground sprinkled in with Cinderella faves like Somebody Save Me, Shake Me, Heartbreak Station, Nobody’s Fool, Coming Home and more. [Read More]

Pop Punk

Pop Punk band Firestarter have announced more tour dates!

January 28, 2015

Pop Punk band Firestarter are gearing up to set out on a month long tour with Trophy Wives, Nominee and Such a Mess. In addition, they have also announced several solo dates after.   Firestarter released their latest EP Forget The Past last May and you can pick it up here: In addition they will be releasing a new EP recorded by Jay Maas (Counterparts, Defeater, State Champs). “Have you ever just packed everything you own, and left somewhere you’ve known for so long and traded it in for the unknown” singer/guitarist Matt LaPerche croons on “49 Stow” – these are the words Firestarter was built on when LaPerche moved to Albany for a fresh start. The group, also consisting of Tyler McMullen (guitar), Jeff Henlin (bass), and Matt Bliss (drums), came together in the fall of 2012. They hit the ground running and haven’t stopped since. In just over two years, Firestarter has released two EP’s –  2013’s New Beginnings and 2014’s Forget The Past – a split 7″ with Orlando’s Old Again, and toured the United States extensively in support [Read More]