Alice Cooper pioneered a grandly theatrical brand of hard rock that was designed to shock. Drawing equally from horror movies, vaudeville, and garage rock, the group created a stage show that featured electric chairs, guillotines, fake blood and boa constrictors. He continues to tour regularly, performing shows worldwide with the dark and horror-themed theatrics that he’s best known for.
With a schedule that includes six months each year on the road, Alice Cooper brings his own brand of rock psycho-drama to fans both old and new, enjoying it as much as the audience does... Read More
Listen to the Alan Quinlan Interview
1-10-16 Interview Part 1
Alan Quinlan’s bio reads “I was raised on radio that rocked”, which are the lyrics to “Rock N Roll Dreams” the first song on his “In My Second Life” cd.
Music brings back memories and will often take you back to a time, place, or feeling. – Alan Quinlan
Alan’s musical journey began in Phoenix, Arizona where he grew up and heard much of the music that would shape and become the sound track to his life. From Phoenix to L.A. to San Francisco most recently and along the way reconnecting with friend Bill Spooner (The founder and lead guitarist from “The Tubes”). Their collaboration led to the recording of Alan’s first album “In My Second Life”, which Bill produced... Read More
Chris Paul Carter (born September 2, 1959) is a Los Angeles-based disc jockey and music/film producer who started his music he career as a founding member and bass player with alternative rock/power pop band Dramarama. After Dramarama originally split in 1994, Carter formed QM Management to manage LA pop group The Wondermints, currently best known as Beach Boy Brian Wilson’s touring backing band. Until September 2006, KLSX aired Carter’s Breakfast with the Beatles, America’s longest-running Beatles-based radio show, on which he played almost nothing but Beatles material and commented upon the history of the group for as long as four hours every week. In November 2006, the show moved to its new Los Angeles home, KLOS-FM, which bills itself as “L.A... Read More
Bob, Russ and Scott have been friends and played music together for many years at open mics and sitting in with each others various projects. With the addition of Jerry, Scott’s old friend, on percussion, it rounded out the group. BOHICA was born from these friends realizing that their fused talents lent itself to a sound that was both versatile and unique to Ventura area music. It allowed them the ability to play engaging acoustic sets for quieter settings like restaurants and wine bars, while still capable of plugging in to rock a bar or night club. Read More
The guys of BOHICA enjoy making music and the fun they have is infectious to there audiences and draws them in; making them a part of the group. It is this camaraderie that separates them from most groups.
So stop by one of their future app...
Bill Mumy is a multi-talented, prolific artist who entered the arena of professional entertainment at the age of five. He has worked on over four hundred television shows and is best known by fans around the world for the creation of his memorable role as the heroic boy astronaut “Will Robinson” on the long running classic series “Lost in Space.” From 1993 through 1998 he played the noble, mystical “Lennier” in the popular science fiction series “Babylon 5.”
His most recent acting performances can be seen in a 2006 episode of “Crossing Jordan” and the SciFi original film A.I. Assault. He appeared as himself in the 2004 Miramax film; “Comic Book: The Movie” and in 2003, Bill starred in “It’s Still A Good Life,” the sequel to one of the thr...
Bluewater Productions announced plans to release a new comic book biography on the life of Kurt Cobain who will be part of the popular Tribute series.
Tribute: Kurt Cobain is released on April 2nd on the anniversary of his passing. The comic book will be available in print & digital.
Written and drawn by Jayfri Hashim, the story of Kurt Cobain retold in this comic book. Nirvana front man’s life from his early days to his battle with overwhelming fame and the pain he suffers mentally and emotionally. Tortured by success and struggled with an addiction to drugs before his death at the age of 27 twenty years ago. Kurt Cobain music lives on till this day.
“The Tribute line of comic books tells the stories of people that have made a significant difference in the world while they were with us ... Read More
The Latest From the Greatest, host “The Insane” Darrel Wayne welcomes the group Big Daddy to the airwaves. Big Daddy twists with a different beat, blending today’s’ lyrics with the sounds of the 50s. Scoring hits in both the UK and the States in the 70s, Big Daddy continues to create music for all generations.
The band recorded four albums for Rhino Records and has been featured on numerous TV shows. Big Daddy even appeared in some films or at least their music has. They played major entertainment venues around the world from Sydney to Universal City.
After working together in the studio, Bob, Gary, Tom and Marty talked about putting the “Oldies” group Big Daddy back together again. David Starns joined the group to provide lead guitar and another singer... Read More
Will Parry and Steve Ornest started writing music together while studying at the Berklee College of Music in Boston. They sent their early demos to music industry professionals in Los Angeles, and encouraged by their response, decided to make the move. Soon after arriving in Los Angeles they met bassist Matthew Denis and drummer Aviv Cohen, and Fallen Riviera was born.
The band hit the local club circuit hard, gradually building a loyal fan base. They released an EP called “Six Mines,” which was ranked album of the year by Music Connection Magazine and awarded them the 2011 Lauren Picard Emerging Artist of the Year Award at Cornell University. After receiving an artist endorsement with Casio, Fallen Riviera released a music video for their song “This Is Who I Am... Read More
The Green Blimp was originally launched from Tulsa, Oklahoma in the early ‘70s. The ship first touched down in Memphis, Tennessee. It next departed to Tupelo, Mississippi, where the crew learned that rock n’ roll was not created by The Beatles. They just made it better. With Captain Dwight Twilley at the helm, and Commander Phil Seymour, his friend and partner steadying the course, the clouds were only the beginning. Cruises between Tupelo and Tulsa were enjoyed as they soaked up the tutoring of early Sun Records artist/producer Ray Harris. Eventually, the Blimp was docked back in Tulsa for maintenance.
The Captain and crew feverishly worked to blend their new Memphis influences with their childhood British roots... Read More
I have achieved the DREAM and what most people see as a FANTASY!
For me it was playing lead guitar in the Hard Rock/Heavy Metal band DIO. (Ronnie James Dio- former lead vocalist for Black Sabbath and Rainbow). My favorite singer that I listened to at home, where the dream began! This was between 1986 and 2010, until he passed away. We released several records on Warner Brothers with a hit song and that album eventually sold platinum... Read More