As challenging as it is to keep track of Jaron Gulino’s growing list of musical endeavors, it is nearly impossible to match his drive and determination.
Despite maintaining a rigorous touring schedule with his flagship band, Tantric, Jaron Gulino simultaneously balances duties with Philadelphia’s own Heavens Edge and the occasional moonlight performance with George Lynch and the Electric Freedom.
As the world begins to open up, it seems that West has once again dodged his creative winter, and instead, has garnered yet another nine-lives-like rebirth in the form of live shows with both Spread Eagle and George Lynch’s Electric Freedom.
n ever-resourceful troubadour, Lynch has steadfastly refused to stagnate, or hyper-fixate on any one project for very long. Be it Lynch Mob, KXM, Sweet & Lynch, The End Machine, or his newest project, The Electric Freedom, George Lynch seemingly always has a new trick, or two, up his proverbial musical sleeve.
In the first segment of my two-part interview with renowned record producer Tom Werman, we discussed Tom’s formative years and subsequent transition into the music industry, successful signings as well as the ones that ultimately eluded him, and honed in on his work with Ted Nugent, Cheap Trick, and Mötley Crüe.
Over two decades have passed since Tom Werman last steered the helm of a recording session, but the renowned record producer – whose fingerprints are found on twenty-three gold and platinum records – has firmly cemented his legacy in music history for his deep-rooted contributions to rock music.
Although D’Anda recently stepped away from his notoriously volatile flagship band for good, his presence will be forever remembered as the heartbeat of the multi-faceted hard rock act. A revered rock ‘n’ roll showman, D’Anda established himself as the consummate entertainer over the years with his high-octane energy, natural charisma, and sheer joy of performing.
Resist & Bite frontman Nathan Utz is a seasoned veteran who has survived the turbulent rock ‘n’ roll roller coaster for nearly four decades.
Some of the players listed hardly required an introduction, while others may have rekindled awareness to bands and guitarists that time has all but forgotten. Though impassioned discourse is imminent, and welcomed, it’s important to keep one thing in mind – the is no right or wrong submissions. Just endless optionality. Cheers.
Keith St. John’s origins may be humble, but the singer’s 70s era throwback stylings and muscle-driven vocals are anything but. As a latecomer to the scene, St. John’s journey found him on the move, moving from band to band, in search of the right fit, fighting for his artistry and musical integrity along the way.