In the first part of a three-part interview series with Fox, we discussed his earliest introduction to music, the New York music scene, HIS affiliation with KISS, and the origins of W.A.S.P.
Jonathan Daniel has had a multi-layered career in Rock music. Starting from a young age, Daniel, along with his bandmates Kyle Vincent, and Gilby Clarke, formed Candy, a Glam Rock outfit that was highly influential on a burgeoning scene.
After being away for thirty-two years, Troyen is back and better than ever. In this interview, Jeff talks with us about the formation of the Troyen, the members that have come and gone, their touring and recording cycles, and everything in between.
Simon Wright’s journey to Rock ‘N’ Roll immortality began from a young age, as a teenager playing local Manchester, and London bands A II Z, and Tytan.
Recently, we had the pleasure of speaking with Trevor Church, the mastermind behind Haunt Among other things, we touch on what he’s been up to during the lockdown, his new record, Unplugged Vol. 1, some of his favorite MTV Unplugged albums, his inspiration in stripping down to acoustic, and what he’s looking forward to the most once COVID-19 breaks.
When the Punk explosion happened in the late 70s, a million bands came out of the woodwork. Only some of those bands created a legitimate impact on the scene. Out of those bands, only some created genre-defining albums that helped set the pace for the era.
Knight, primarily renowned for his multifaceted guitar playing in the Bang Tango days, has spent nearly three decades honing his craft as a singer, songwriter, and producer as well, demonstrating his innate versatility through nine studio albums and a variety of projects including Worry Beads, Gravy, and most recently, Mark Knight and the Unsung Heroes.
One piece of this magical amalgam of Ska and punky New Wave goodness was singer Neville Staple. Neville has been keeping the spirit and nature of Ska, Rocksteady, and 2 Tone alive through his dynamite solo career.
For those who love the past and present of the genre, Pop Punk and Emo aren’t dead, and in “Batter Health,” we have full-fledged proof.
While each member had a measurable impact, Clack and Australian-based session drummer, Tony Currenti, are among the least documented figures in ACϟDC lore, given their respective timelines and contributions.