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.
Released in October 1974, War Child was Jethro Tull's seventh album. The record was initially conceived as a double-album meant to accompany a film of the same name but when no movie studio would come onboard, the record went out as a single, 10-song disc.The lineup - singer/flutist Ian Anderson, guitarist Martin Barre,…See More
Originally finding fame as the singer for the Jeff Beck Group, Rod Stewart ultimately went on to pursue a solo career of mammoth proportions. Shortly after leaving Beck's band in 1969, the singer released An Old Raincoat Won't Let You Down, his debut release as a solo artist. He followed that debut with…See More