I ran into an old friend at Starbucks yesterday. First we had a lot of catching to do, Then he told me that he had really been listening to my music lately and how he admired me immensely as a player, and asked me what my secret was for always playing at the top of my game? Internally I was laughing at the compliment.
I told him, "thank you so much for the compliment however, I never truly believe that I’m ever playing at the top of my game."
Orange County’s very own Robert Jon & The Wreck are back with their latest effort, Take Me Higher and man, it was worth the wait!
Tuesday night, Shinedown continued their ATTENTION ATTENTION Tour with a stop in Madison, WI at the gorgeous new venue in town, The Sylvee. The Sylvee, a venue with a maximum capacity of 2500, is the perfect place to see such a famous band perform. This show, which was also sponsored by the local rock radio station in Madison, 94.1 WJJO, sold out extremely fast.
Evanescence returned to Mohegan Sun Arena on Sunday, April 19th on the final stop of their brief tour which featured the band back to their standard rock format. At the show's end, Amy Lee vowed that we have not see the last of them and I have to say that we can't wait. Evanescence rocked the roof off the arena and gave the fans a night to a remember. The set featured 18 songs with no breaks. The energy from song to song remained and kept fans going through a straight hour and a half.
Veer recently took some time from their busy schedule to give Inside The Setlist an interview. Veer is a hard rock band based out of Annapolis, Maryland. Veer has been working hard since their debut album release in December of 2018. They have shared stages with acts such as Puddle Of Mudd, Fuel, Sponge and more won Best Rock Band at the Maryland Music Awards in 2018.