The wildest band of this year’s Rumble didn’t sacrifice any pillows to the gods of rock ‘n’ roll in the semifinal round, but that didn’t stop them from raising some hell on the TT’s stage.
This was Chrissy Vaccaro’s last show with The Grinds.
I’ve said it before and I’ll say it again: any day I get to hear a Barbusters tune is a good day. Fit To Be Tied made me a very happy man.
Gene Dante and The Other Girls joined forces like some kind of hot-blooded, leather-clad, rock ‘n’ roll Voltron.
The Acro-brats brought a healthy does of punk rock attitude to Nicole Tammaro’s Joan Jett Tribute night.
Richard Bouchard wrote the most fitting description of a Cocked N’ Loaded set. The band lived up to every word.
Hearing Muck And The Mires play “Saturday Let Me Down Again” on a Saturday night will never get old.
Muck And The Mires. The songs of ’64 meet the spirit of ’77.
The Dirty Truckers reminded everyone that they’re one of the best rock ‘n’ roll bands around, not that we’d forgotten.
The Scars brought the punk rock to Radio.