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[19 Jan 2021 | No Comment | ]

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 LATE NIGHT SAVIOR has teamed up with fellow Salt Lake City, Utah band ROYAL BLISS for a high energy, hard rock/alt-metal cover of SAM SMITH’S 2019 “How Do You Sleep?” (feat. ROYAL BLISS). Produced by Crispin Earl, “How Do You Sleep?” (feat. ROYAL BLISS) is an array of soaring melodies, heavy hitting guitars, huge grooves and modern day production that will scratch the itch of pop, rock and metal fans alike. LATE NIGHT SAVIOR slated to be on ROCK SHOP RECORDS International Showcase Tour slated for the summer of 2021.

“When asked if we wanted to do …

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[17 Nov 2020 | No Comment | ]

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Canada based Hard Rock / Metal band 2 SHADOWS has released the official music video for their newest single, “Scratching At The Surface,” via ROCK SHOP RECORDS. Co-written and Produced with CRISPIN EARL from THE VEER UNION / ROCK SHOP RECORDS, “Scratching at the Surface” premiered on Metal Insider.
“Scratching At The Surface is about people making you out to be something you’re not. The song describes the pressure of defining yourself in an environment where people tend to take one look at you and assume they know who you are; and they’re often wrong”. – 2Shadows

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[16 Nov 2020 | No Comment | ]

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Harrisburg, PA based Heavy Rock band ETERNAL FREQUENCY has released the official music video for their cover of the 1991 QUEEN hit single, “The Show Must Go On”!.” Self-directed and filmed and edited by Eric DiCarlo, 100% of “The Show Must Go On” proceeds will go to NIVA – National Independent Venue Association to help #SAVEOURSTAGES.

“Our cover of ‘The Show Must Go On’ (originally performed by Queen) is a tribute to all of our fellow musicians, roadies, technicians, stage hands, managers, venue owners, and most importantly the listeners and fans that are being affected by this pandemic. …

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[3 Sep 2020 | No Comment | ]
Chainflower Interview

Our shows have been great because we have the best fans. We like to give them everything we have on stage and things can get a little crazy but we always deliver the best of the best. Syd, Raanen and I are family and fans feel that in the room however big or small. We can’t wait to get back out there when things open up.

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[22 Jun 2020 | One Comment | ]
Grand Slam Interview

Playing live is what I want, to get out in front of the people and fans, can’t wait! New music and recording the 2nd album will be a way off yet but every excited by the prospect of that day to come.

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[13 May 2020 | No Comment | ]
Reggae Superstar Chris Rudd Interview

o, within the 6 last months I signed a distribution deal within In Grooves / Universal Music Group Distribution via the record label Hood and Associates! This motivated me and my manager , label executive DITCH from Hood and Associates.

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[7 Jan 2020 | One Comment | ]
Nick Mason – The 2020 NAMM Interview

I’m fortunate that every single “hero” I’ve had growing up I’ve gotten to meet. Some have been at NAMM, and others I met outside. I can’t say I’ve seen too many of them perform at the convention, but I have gotten to see some of the greatest musicians alive play there. People like Elton John, Stevie Wonder, Toto, jeez, too many to count.

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[9 Oct 2019 | No Comment | ]
Awake For Days Interview

Thinking of playing at the Viper Room, until a few months ago could be only a dream. Now that this dream is coming true we are so excited, we will play in a legendary place where so many of our favorite artists have played.

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[22 Jul 2019 | No Comment | ]
Killin’ Candace Vocalist Aaron Lee Interview

What I can say for sure is that the material I am writing and producing right now is the most mature and best material I’ve written since starting out as a songwriter, so that’s what excites me most right now about Killin’ Candace and the debut album

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[13 May 2019 | No Comment | ]
MF Ruckus Vocalist Aaron Howell Interview

MF Ruckus have a stadium sized power rock sound that absolutely needs to be heard by the masses of unknowing listeners.