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Wooster, a cool band from Santa Cruz, California with a rock, blues, soul, and reggae sound,is led by boy/girl vocal duo Caroline Kuspa and Brian Gallagher (also on rhythm guitar) along with Zach Donoghue on lead guitar, Bobby Hanson on bass, Nate Fredrick on drums, Gianni Staiano on Keys and Dustin Hengl on trumpet. With… Read More
With a self-proclaimed, “balls to the wall attitude,” Philadelphia’s Sinners Saints deliver ear splitting, catchy upstart rock anthems in the grand style of the best of what the 1980s Sunset Strip once had to offer. Wearing influences like Motley Crue, Gun & Roses and Aerosmith on their tattered sleeves, Sinners Saints is made up of lead vocalist Read More
Johnny Cooper is a singularly talented singer/songwriter/guitarist who hails from Wichita Falls, Texas. A formidable frontman at 23, Cooper possesses a high, cutting rock timbre that instantly grabs your attention and yet goes down as smooth as velvet. With his backing band in tow, Cooper plays some 200 live shows a year. As he slashes and croons his way through original material that’s an enticing blend of rock, soul, blues and pop, Cooper is supported by a… Read More
The Vibrant Sound is an alternative hip-hop outfit from Provo, Utah. Fronted by singer/guitarist McKay Stevens, the band plays an eclectic blend of hip-hop and catchy indie rock that’s inflected with flourishes of soul and jazzy guitar, courtesy of lead player Ed Eyre. Eyre and Stevens are joined by Aaron Eskaran on trumpet, Jacob Skaggs on drums, Adam Kaiser on keys, Rachel Kaiser on bass and Lindsey Stirling on violin. With… Read More
Hopes High is a very cool Rock/Pop band that originated at State College, PA and is currently based in Los Angeles where the band just finished at new EP at Lair Studio. The band is made up of Jesse Weidner on vocals and guitar, Keenan Hall on guitar, Matt Mark on guitar, TJ Barnhart on bass, and Steve Tippeconnic on drums. Featured is their very catchy pop tune “Move Stop Wait” which has hit single written all over it!
This episode features our exclusive conversation with legendary Texas guitarist, promoter and businessman Jimmy Wallace, founder of the Dallas International Guitar Festival, along with scenes from the red-hot Dallas music scene, including amazing LIVE blues footage from one of the Big D’s coolest clubs “The Bone,” and much more!