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Louder than Live: The Bionic Monks

Bionic Monks on Selective Memory

As the Bionic Monks prep a new album, they continue to take their ecstatic live show on the road Have you experienced a Bionic Monks show? If you have then you will understand what I am writing. If you have not, then you need to understand because it simply is the best

Thunder Dreamer – Capture

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Indiana’s Thunder Dreamer releases title track to upcoming album and performance in Indianapolis for Record Store Day Southern Indiana’s Thunder Dreamer encapsulates the beauty of hillside soundscapes in the title track to their upcoming album Capture, due out May 26, 2017 on 6131 Records. The group will make the trip up

Storytelling with Mike Tramp

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On June 7, Mike Tramp made a visit to the Firehouse BBQ and Blues in Richmond Indiana, a venue that he has visited on each of his last three tours. I will say, if you go see Mike Tramp looking for a reliving of the White Lion days you will

Lita Ford at the Firehouse BBQ and Blues

Lita Ford is one of the quintessential Queens of Rock. Having gotten her start with the all girl rock group The Runaways in the late seventies, Lita blazed her own path through the dense jungle that was the eighties male-dominated metal scene. Proving that ladies could rock every bit as

Taking the Music Back With XFactor1

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Valhalla...the great hall where slain warriors dwell only if deemed worthy by the mighty Odin. Valhalla, an appropriately named venue with its Viking decor, is located in the college town of Muncie, Indiana, home of my alma mater Ball State University. Underneath the watchful eyes (or eye-sockets in this case)

Red Dragon Cartel at The Firehouse

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Links: Official Site Facebook The Firehouse BBQ and Blues Nestled in Richmond's Depot District is an unassuming stone building. The city's first fire station, the building looks more like a historical landmark than a place to see some kick ass rock and roll. With an interior still sporting the firemans brass pole from the