Category | The Artist’s Stage

BLOODY RED BARON Reviews – February Reviews

Posted on 24 April 2015

BLOODY RED BARON FEBRUARY REVIEWS by Mike Baron THE BLOOD RUSH HOUR: And Then the Unthinkable Happened The Blood Rush Hour produces a kinetic sugar rush that skates down the Big Rock Candy Mountain on a snowboard. This is power pop on steroids with walloping hooks and heavenly choirs, combining elements of Jackdaw4, Queen, British […]

IPO Interview – Greg Ieronimo

Posted on 24 April 2015

  PGH is all about helping artists highlight their most recent projects, so let us all know what your latest project is – and tell us about how it come into the world. What has the initial feedback on it been like? Greg Ieronimo (GI): Following the release of my 2014 EP, Bipolar Love, I […]

LOST TREASURES – Smoke Rise

Posted on 24 April 2015

LOST TREASURES Smoke Rise “The Survival of St. Joan” By Peter Marston   I can still remember taking a community bus to the beach and, on the drive home after a day of body surfing with my junior high friends, hearing The Assembled Multitude’s “Overture from Tommy” for the first time. I was amazed, thrilled […]

LOST TREASURES – JJ Light

Posted on 24 April 2015

LOST TREASURES J.J. LIGHT “Heja!“ By Peter Marston One area of my record collection that is, shall I say, underdeveloped is Native American rock. I have a few Redbone albums and a couple by Blackfoot and not much more than that. But my favorite album by a Native American artist is J.J. Light’s Heya, originally […]

IPO Interview – The Tearaways

Posted on 18 April 2015

PGH is all about helping artists highlight their most recent projects, so let us all know what your latest project is – and tell us about how it come into the world. What has the initial feedback on it been like? John Ferriter – Vocals/Guitar/Bass (JF): Initial feedback has been great.  We released two CDs – “The Earle […]

LOST TREASURES – Lt. Garcia’s Magic Music Box ’Cross the Border’

Posted on 17 April 2015

LOST TREASURES   Lt. Garcia’s Magic Music Box ’Cross the Border’ By Peter Marston I must admit that when I first came across a copy of Lt. Garcia’s Magic Music Box’s LP ’Cross the Border, I had no idea of the album’s pedigree. I just thought the band’s name was just such a cool knockoff […]

Swim Atlantic – Surprise Box #135

Posted on 06 April 2015

Swim Atlantic is a Portland, Oregon based quartet that puts the emphasis of their work on two things: 1) Vocal harmonies 2) Hook-heavy pop songs Beyond that, any musical “spice” is fair game. With songs that cull influences from the 1960s through today, the band draws on a variety of influences that include The Beatles, […]

IPO Interview – Gooey

Posted on 06 April 2015

PGH is all about helping artists highlight their most recent projects, so let us all know what your latest project is – and tell us about how it come into the world. What has the initial feedback on it been like? Juan Avila – Lead Singer (JA): “Hold on Tight”, our latest release, is a […]

JANGLE ON! A JANGLY MUSIC PRIMER – THE 1960S

Posted on 05 April 2015

A JANGLY MUSIC PRIMER – THE 1960S by Eric Sorenson I have always been drawn to the sound of a jangly, chiming, ringing 12-string guitar … or a combination of six-string guitars that creates the same rich sound.  The great Searchers’ song – “Needles and Pins” – really resonated with me back in 1964.  The […]

IPO Interview – Private Jets

Posted on 14 March 2015

PGH is all about helping artists highlight their most recent projects, so let us all know what your latest project is – and tell us about how it come into the world. What has the initial feedback on it been like? Per Westin (PW): Private Jets’ latest project is putting the final polish on the […]