By Randy Harris Ah, Kung Fu! Ask everybody who is anybody in the live music scene today, and they will tell you that Kung Fu is one of the best on the road. Featuring Tim Palmieri (guitar & vocals), Robert Somerville (tenor sax & vocals), Beau Sasser (keyboards & vocals), Chris DeAngelis (bass guitar & vocals), and Adrian Tramontano (drums/percussion), the… Read More Hop on the ‘JOYRIDE’ with Kung Fu (Album Review)
Tom Hamilton’s American Babies An Epic Battle Between Light and Dark – Album Review By Randy Harris Tom Hamilton’s American Babies is a group that, despite its extremely talented lineups and incredible musical output, has remained somewhat under the radar. For those who know, however, there is simply nothing like it. With an ever-evolving cast… Read More Tom Hamilton’s American Babies – An Epic Battle Between Light and Dark (Album Review)
TAUK “HEADROOM” – Album Review + “The Chemist” Exclusive Stream By Tripp Demoss I’ve been listening to TAUK ever since I saw them open for Perpetual Groove at the Hamilton in 2012- they were touring on the heels of releasing their first album “Pull Factors” and they handed out copies for free at the merch… Read More TAUK – “HEADROOM” Exclusive Stream & Album Review
Major & the Monbacks • Album Review By Ragin’ Randy Harris Major and the Monbacks Founded in Norfolk, VA by twin brothers Neal and Cole Friedman in 2008, Major and the Monbacks is beginning to make some waves with their debut self-titled album. The band was formed with a group of high school friends, Michael… Read More Major & the Monbacks • Album Review
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