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After The Reign is a country band from Ashbury Park, New Jersey that’s been around since 1995. Something of an oddity in a state that’s more closely associated with rock acts like Bon Jovi and Springsteen, After The Reign have carved out a niche for themselves over the years as “New Jersey’s Premier Country Dance Band.” This six-piece assemblage of countrified Jersey boys are veterans of the road and have opened shows for the likes of Vince Gill, Charlie Daniels, and Johnny Paycheck among others. Like most New Jersey residents,… Read More
Cheap copies of Schecters being floated as the genuine article
By Alex Baker
Schecter has issued a warning that several guitars recently appearing for sale on auction sites have in fact been counterfeits. The American mass producer of custom guitars has identified the Synyster Gates Signature (above) as being one of the guitars that has been appearing as counterfeited.
Legendary singer/songwriter plays to sold out crowd at Radio City Music Hall and Rock NYC‘s Iman Lababedi brings us his review
By Iman Lababedi
Not every day you get to see a Zen Buddhist Monk enthrall a sold our Radio City Music Hall Saturday night for three plus hours playing career spanning songs. Not every singer songwriter’s grandfather was the founding president of the Read More
In this very cool UK video from “Cream at the Royal Albert Hall” Eric Clapton shows in a interview the sound and use of his psychedelic Gibson SG, his wah, woman tone, and blues skill. In our humble opinion, the combination of the SG and Marshall defined the Clapton sound! We also LOVE the voice of the English narrator…”the electronic guitar is also dismissed as nothing more than a jangling noise machine, etc”…he sounds right out of a 60″s British Sci-Fi film—too much!
The new Les Paul Studio ’70s tribute offers a classic twist on the beloved tone machine
By Alex Baker
Lovely and talented Dom La Nena is a cellist, singer, songwriter with a new album on Six Degrees Records
Interview by Alex Baker
Even a novelist would be hardpressed to devise as exotic a background for a singer as that of Dom La Nena. Born in Brazil as Dominique Pinto, she studied cello in Buenos Aires, where she earned the nickname “La Nena,” before launching her musical career in