September 2012

* Yellow Dubmarine @ Vinyl Music Hall. 07/14/12

“Word on the street is that DMX cut out on you.” said Yellow Dubmarine guitarist/lead vocalist Jonathan Sloane “We’d never do that to you.” What DMX failed to do, Yellow Dubmarine were more than willing, as the reggae-styled Beatles tribute... Continue Reading →

* 10 Years, Fair to Midland @ Vinyl Music Hall + INTERVIEW W/ LEWIS COSBY. 07/03/12

10 Years bassist Lewis Cosby found himself in the same position as the artists he admired as a child. Touring the world and making amazing music, but also fighting for creative control against a major label. As the band prepared... Continue Reading →

* Eric Johnson @ Vinyl Music Hall + INTERVIEW W/ ERIC JOHNSON. 06/26/12

“Thank you very much” was the only introduction given by the humble guitar god as he started his cover of Band of Gypsys' “Power to Love”. The thunder of Jimi Hendrix as told by Eric Johnson was one of many... Continue Reading →

* Grayson Capps. Cancer Benefit for Sherri Butts @ Vinyl Music Hall + INTERVIEW W/ GRAYSON CAPPS. 06/22/12

"Know that I’m always trying my best to be honest and not just be there for blind entertainment, but for growth and harmony and goodness." – Grayson Capps When Vinyl Music Hall contacted Grayson Capps to headline the Cancer Benefit... Continue Reading →

* Lil’ Kim, Big Lo, Body Head Bangerz, Big Bone @ Vinyl Music Hall. 06/20/12

If concerts were sex, then Lil' Kim delivered a set that was long on tease and big in delivery. The crowd at Vinyl Music Hall waited nearly 2 hours after the final opener to watch the "Queen Bee" deliver a... Continue Reading →

* The Bouncing Souls, The Menzingers @ Vinyl Music Hall. 06/19/2012

What do you do after 20 years of making New Jersey-born punk rock glory? How do you follow-up a career that includes the album “Hopeless Romantic” and singles like “Lean on Sheena”? Jump back to the Bouncing Souls of 2009... Continue Reading →

* Chris Thomas King @ Vinyl Music Hall + INTERVIEW W/ CHRIS THOMAS KING. 06/15/2012

Once you've tasted the Hollywood life of working with superstars and seeing yourself on the big screen, how could anyone ever go back to their "day job"? It's seems crazy to push that all aside, but when your "day job"... Continue Reading →

* Dash Rip Rock @ Vinyl Music Hall + INTERVIEW W/ BILL DAVIS. 06/02/12

“Pensacola used to be such a punk rock scene, college music, alternative...we’ve seen a good bit of wildness here in this area, which is always fun.” - Bill Davis of Dash Rip Rock On the day I finally got to... Continue Reading →

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