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Tuesday Tunes - Heavy Is The Head

My three favorite genres of music are blue grass gospel, country, and rock/metal.  Thanks to Spotify, Amazon Music, and Xbox Music there are major musical discoveries I’ve made recently.  44 more words

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EVERYBODY'S FAVOURITE DAY!!!

OK, I’m at 51 or 52 subscribers now you do the work please? If I see this 100 times that’s fine, please spread the word? 868 more words

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Music News Monday - 25th of May, 2015

Here’s your music news!

Def Leppard are coming to town! You can catch them at Rod Laver on the 18th of November.

The BellRays have locked in a show at Ding Dong Lounge on the 15th of August. 269 more words

Music News Monday

Soundgarden's Chris Cornell announces new solo album Higher Truth

In September, Soundgarden frontman Chris Cornell will return with Higher Truth, his first new solo album since 2009’s Scream. 46 more words

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Chris Cornell Returns To New Zealand

CHRIS CORNELL – multi-Grammy award-winning, Golden Globe nominated and acclaimed singer songwriter – has announced solo acoustic tour dates for November 2015. The tour will provide fans the chance to see Cornell perform songs drawn from throughout his entire career, as well as new songs from his highly anticipated forthcoming studio album (scheduled for a September release) in an unplugged, up close and personal setting. 40 more words

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Album Review: Zac Brown Band – ‘Jekyll + Hyde’

Zac Brown Band

Jekyll + Hyde

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Since debuting eight years ago, Zac Brown Band has been a bright light on the increasingly barren landscape of mainstream country music. 633 more words

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Album Review: Zac Brown Band - 'Jekyll + Hyde'

Since debuting eight years ago, Zac Brown Band has been a bright light on the increasingly barren landscape of mainstream country music. Ballads “Highway 20 Ride,” “Colder Weather” and “Goodbye In Your Eyes” join rompers “As She’s Walking Away” and “The Wind” as some of the strongest radio singles of the period. 605 more words

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