M3 Rock Festival 2017 Lineup Announced 

M3 Rock Festival, the yearly concert event in Columbia, Maryland that celebrates the Hard Rock, Glam Rock and Heavy Metal of the 80’s, has announced their 2017 festival lineup. Presented by I.M.P, the festival will take place on two separate stages, each with screens simulcasting the other. Merriweather Post Pavilion will once again be the gathering place for many rock and metal fans – the ones who faithfully return to M3 each year, the ones who will discover M3 for the first time in 2017, and everything in between. The Official M3 Kix-Off Party will be starting things off Friday, […]

Sebastian Bach Book Tour Announced

The long-awaited autobiography of Sebastian Bach, 18 and Life On Skid Row, has a release date set at last. Fans of the former Skid Row frontman have been keeping a waiting watchful eye out for this, as it was announced earlier this year that Bach had been working on the book, but several delays had pushed back an official release date. Now, 18 and Life on Skid Row will be out on December 6th via Dey Street Books, an imprint of HarperCollins Publishers. Bach will also embark on a book signing tour upon the autobiography’s release. The tour starts in […]

Interview: Glenn Hughes

Glenn Hughes has a new solo album, and the sound of it is sure to “resonate” among fans of this iconic rock musician. Resonate came out on November 4th on Frontiers Records and it’s being called Glenn Hughes’ heaviest album to date. Last week, before the album was released, I had the wonderful opportunity to speak with Glenn Hughes for an in-depth interview about Resonate, Black Country Communion, Deep Purple’s Rock & Roll Hall of Fame Induction, his musical background and bass skills, plus some hints as to how he keeps the “Voice of Rock” going strong. Bonus little fun fact, […]