Ryan Roxie – Imagine Your Reality

8.5 out of 10 What should a rock record sound like in 2018?  Simple, Ryan Roxie’s Imagine Your Reality. Loud guitars, sing along choruses, rollicking keys, crystal clear production, and, did I mention loud guitars?  This record is a quick (under 40 minutes), sharp, hit of classic rock influences turned into a modern sound. It … Continue reading Ryan Roxie – Imagine Your Reality

3 questions with…RYAN ROXIE

3 questions with… RYAN ROXIE   I first became aware of Ryan Roxie in 1990 when his band Electric Angels released their self-titled debut on Atlantic Records. Ryan’s guitar stood out and propelled the record.  After the demise of Electric Angels Roxie spent time with both Guns N’ Roses guitar players Gilby Clarke and Slash. In … Continue reading 3 questions with…RYAN ROXIE

W.E.T. – Earthrage

10 out of 10 Has anyone ever been on the roll Jeff Scott Soto is currently riding?  In October he released Psychotic Symphony,  the amazing debut record from prog supergroup Sons of Apollo, a month later he followed that up with the fantastic solo record Retribution, and now he’s back with probably the best release of the … Continue reading W.E.T. – Earthrage

Mick Ronson

April 29 was the 25th anniversary of the death of Mick Ronson.  I’d like to share a few of my thoughts on this underrated legend. I don’t remember the first time I heard Mick Ronson, but I’ll never forget the first time I saw him. It was the summer of 1984, just before my 12th … Continue reading Mick Ronson