It’s never been a stretch to liken Salvadore Poe’s guitar stylings to that of a spiritual awakening via music.
For Italian-bred metal maestro, Gianmaria’ Jommy’ Puledda, a dream of dazzling audiences on American soil has finally come to fruition.
Like many of us, music is in our DNA, and we can’t imagine life without it. The records below are the few that we’d take with us come hell or high water, and for one reason or another, have defined our travels through life to this point.
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.
Award-winning guitarist Gianmaria Puledda aka “Jommy” has officially joined NYC street metal warriors, Spread Eagle, for their upcoming summer tour.
In the minds of many, the 1980s will forever be remembered as a decade characterized by innovation, overindulgence, and transcendent music. While some of the Sunset Strip faithful have since moved on from the days of big hair and excess, preserving the essence of their decade, the 80s hard rock genre has enjoyed a staying power unique to its 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.
From humble east coast origins to the biggest stages in the world, that, in a nutshell, is a brief summarization of the career of veteran bassist, Rob DeLuca. But if we simply boiled it down to those few short turns of phrase, we wouldn’t be giving DeLuca his due.