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by Alexandra Mrozowska – Senior Columnist — Given the perspective of the last 36 years, Whitesnake is perhaps one of the most fascinating bands to look at from many different points of view. Even though the personal changes within the band’s line-up were more than frequent, the [...]
by Alex Barbieri – Senior Columnist — Fans of Livio Gravini’s soulful rock voice have been waiting for his first solo release, and it’s finally here. It is in a word, real. If you’re into organic, blues-based rock ‘n roll sung and played with heart and soul, put Livio Gravini [...]
by Alexandra Mrozowska – Senior Columnist — The first thing that comes to your mind when you think about Bernie Marsden – one of the most underrated guitarists of rock – is obviously Whitesnake in their early days. And while it’s perhaps the band’s 1987 and Slip Of The Tongue [...]
by Alexandra Mrozowska – Columnist — The “older” generation of hard rock fans do it out of nostalgia, the “younger” out of longing for what they’ve never had a chance to experience themselves. And yet, you can hear almost everyone complaining there’s no time machine to be [...]
by Alissa Ordabai – Senior Columnist — Blues-rock, rockabilly, country, and even touches of gospel boil with such heat in this pressure cooker of styles, the lid is about to fly off. Twenty-five year-old Canadian vixen Colleen Rennison not only gives the band its name (No Sinner is [...]