Martini Beerman touches base with the guys of Carolina Liar, best known for their songs "I'm Not Over," and "Show Me What I'm Looking For." Released in late 2011, Wild Blessed Freedom is the band's second studio album, and they have been touring over the past year to further promote their album and sound.
Between outtakes, fun info and bloopers, this band keeps us laughing and moving to the sounds of their latest albumWild, Blessed Freedom.
Killsmith & The Greenfire Empire is the third release in Neal Smith’s ongoing Killsmith solo project. An original member of Alice Cooper, Smith previously released Killsmith/Sexual Behavior (2008) and Killsmith Two (2011) in a series of concept albums conceived as a conceptual metal rock opera. On this new CD, Smith not…See More
This three-CD compilation of legendary English rock band Genesis spans 42 years in the extraordinary career of one of the world's greatest groups. Founded in 1967 by Tony Banks and Peter Gabriel, Genesis transitioned from a light pop band ala the Bee Gees on their first album From Genesis to Revelation but by the time they had…See More
The iZotope company consistently turns out high-quality, easy to use, plug-ins and Nectar 2 is no different. Whether you’re recording in your bedroom or at a major studio, Nectar 2 is just simply an amazing plug- in for vocals, as well as almost any other instrument. The parameters of this software are staggering. I have actually…See More
Departing temporarily from recent concert endeavors with his old band The Monkees, and as a solo artist in both Europe and the United States, Michael Nesmith has just issued his second novel, The America Gene.Nesmith’s debut novel, The Long Sandy Hair of Neftoon Zamora appeared in 1998 and saw Nesmith operating in a mystical New Mexico landscape as he span a quasi-autobiographical tale about a spiritual…See More