An Interview with Steve Ojane of Angel

Recently, we caught up with bassist Steve Ojane, of glam rock outfit, Angel. Among other things, we touch on how Angel is kicking off 2022, Steve’s early years, his long and varied career in music, what’s next on the horizon for Angel in terms of new music, and a whole lot more.

An Interview with Todd Poole of Roxy Blue

The pantheon of rock and metal music has served as a litmus test for a great many rock soldiers who have come and gone. While many remain relegated, the recent groundswell of nostalgia and reverence for the bygone eras of rock music has given some credence to rise again. Todd Poole of Roxy Blue is one of those soldiers.

Rock Steady: East Coast Rockers Heavens Edge Primed for Revival

In the middle of Heavens Edge’s spirited hour-long set at last weekend’s M3 Rock Festival, frontman Mark Evans made a newsworthy announcement as he gathered himself before a captivated crowd.

An Interview with Mickey Finn of Jetboy

Finn, who migrated from New Jersey to California when he was fifteen, ultimately ended up settling into San Francisco’s burgeoning punk rock scene before parlaying years of miring in relative obscurity into a successful audition for local hard rock act Jetboy.

An Interview with Rudy Sarzo of Quiet Riot

For Sarzo, who also played on the 1984’s follow-up album Condition Critical, rejoining his flagship band is critical on many levels. While Sarzo’s reemergence captures the spirit and essence of the band’s foundation, his purpose has never been clearer when he takes the stage: Honor his fallen bandmates and carry on the legacy of Quiet Riot.

An Interview with Sam “Bam” Koltun of Faster Pussycat & Dorothy

Koltun’s fierce fretwork and grizzled, throwback vibe have proved a perfect fit for an invigorated Faster Pussycat. In addition to those duties, the Les Paul wielding demon troubadour also ably holds down ax duties for new wave of classic rock icon, Dorothy Martin.

An Interview with Jimmy D’Anda, Formerly of BulletBoys

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.

An Interview with Alex Grossi of Quiet Riot

In stepping into the shoes of, and continuing on a legacy of some of heavy metal’s greatest in Randy Rhoads, Carlos Cavazo, and more, guitarist Alex Grossi has taken the reigns as the guitarist for the current iteration of an over forty-years-strong, Quiet Riot.

An Interview with Ron Young of Little Caesar

Recently, we caught up with veteran Frontman, Ron Young of Little Caesar. Among other things, we touch on how Little Caesar is kicking off 2022, the band’s early years and formation, the band’s latest remaster of American Dream, and a whole lot more.

Play Dirty: Lead Guitarists Who Shaped the 80s & 90s Glam Metal-Era

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.

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