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New Albums, Rob Thomas & Shinedown

GreatunknownThe Great Unknown, the latest from Rob Thomas. This album is very fast paced and gets you going. Loved the content and the lyrics and enjoyed where the songs took me mentally. Check it out.

Here are three samples from the album.

threattosurvivalShinedown never fails to please. This new album is just another in a long line of great albums for them. All full of visuals that make you think and feel every word of the lyrics.

Here is some examples from this album.

Enjoy the Music!


Shinedown: a look at them over time.

Shinedown has been growing in popularity for a long time. I can say that when I mention their name in a group of people most of them have heard of Shinedown and have a favorite song. Well here are some of their videos from early to present. Here is to hoping you become a fan too.
The Crow & The Butterfly

Second Chance

If You Only Knew

Save Me

I’ll Follow You Down

Her Name Is Alice

Most Recent Video: Through The Ghost


Music, Venues and Video’s.

Country music is part of the roots of modern music, and though you may not here it, you will find it there.
The other night I saw Diamond Rio at a very small venue in Colorado. To me small is sometimes better.
Why? Your closer to the band, you can hear the music better and it makes you feel like you are listening at home sometimes. Over the years I have seen many rock bands and country bands and others in small venues and it helps me get a better sense of what they are like personally, professionally and lets me know what they will be like at a large venue.
One of the member of Diamond Rio belonged to a band I enjoyed way back when Nitty Gritty Dirt Band.
Oddly enough this particular guitar player from Diamond Rio was also my inspiration for learning how to play the guitar all those years ago.
Here are some old and new songs that may inspire some of you.
Diamond Rio

Nitty Gritty Dirt Band performing a Kenny Loggins song

Rascal Flatts

Shinedown

Black Sabbath

Linkin Park

Wax

Bruno Mars

Trace Adkins “Some women may not admit this one.”

Who says country guys can’t rap Neal McCoy.

Last but not least a different kind of inspiration.
Sami Yusaf


Wonderful World of Music Video’s

Shinedown has been coming out with a number of great video’s to support the album released in March.




W.E.R.M. Latest music video.

Serpent Underground, made an impression with this music video.

For you Country fans, Billy K Band, this is one of the songs from his new album.

Like what you see share it with your friends.


Earwigs, Albums and News.

Earwings or Earworms, whatever they are called they get stuck in your head for hours and hours. What’s your worst one? Could it be the Peter Gunn Theme?

Adele – Rolling In The Deep

Mahna Mahna

or it’s counter part ROFLMAO

YMCA
Ice Ice Baby
Who Let the Dog’s Out.
They annoy but you never forget them.
I’d like to send out a Congratulations to W.E.R.M. on getting a contract with Universal Republic.

New Albums coming out
Jimmy Fallon “Blow Your Pants Off”
Kenny Chesney “Welcome to the Fishbowl”
Maroon 5 “Overexposed”
Usher “Look 4 Myself”
Linkin Park “Living Things”
R. Kelly ” Write Me Back”
Jimmy Buffet “Welcome to Fin City”
Aqua “Megalomania”

Albums that are worth listening too!
Most recently I have a hard time not replaying these albums which by there own right could be considered large Earwigs.
Nickelback
This album has a number of songs that you will keep singing over and over.
“Bottoms’ Up” Is my personal favorite.

Shinedown
Full of great songs, that will never get old.
Top on my list from this album, “Unity”.

Some older albums that still will keep you singing.
Will Smith

Aqua Found this one interesting because I thought she always sang with a really high voice but I was surprised.

McFly Lots of great songs to sing to including the one with Taio Cruz.

Kansas Not only very cool musically but very tough as well and timeless.
Have a good week all.


Music news this week.

Albums coming out soon!
Dave Jones: The Bell Recordings 1971-72, April 24
The Monkees:The Birds, the Bees and the Monkees, May 1
Glenn Fray: After Hours, May 8
Santana: Shape Shifter, May 15
Earth, Wind & Fire: Now, Then & Forever, May 22
Neil Young & Crazy Horse: Americana, June 5
Joe Walsh: Analog Man, June 5
Paul Simon: Graceland (25th Anniversary Edition), June 5
Rush: Clockwork Angels, June 12

Concerts in the Denver Area
Snow Patrol, Fillmore Auditorium, April 27
Clay Walker, Grizzly Rose, May 11
Rammstein, Denver Coliseum, May 20
Jane’s Addiction, Fillmore Auditorium, May 29
The Guess Who, Hudson Gardens, June 3
Daughtry, Buell Theatre, June 7
Big Head Todd and the Monsters with Barenaked Ladies, Red Rocks Amphitheater, June 9
Three Dog Night, Hudson Gardens, June 10
Nitty Gritty Dirt Band, Hudson Gardens, June 17
Heart, Hudson Gardens, July 8
Joe Walsh, Hudson Gardens, Aug 19

Albums worth taking a listen too, I was surprised.
If you like old style Big Band toons you might want to take a listen to this wonderful album. I only think about Seth as the man who does Family Guy and those things. He has a wonderful singing voice.
This new album by Lionel Richie has country flare. Each song has a different country artist singing with Lionel. People Like Blake Shelton, Willie Nelson, Jimmy Buffet and others give a new spin to the old tunes.
Recently Davy Jones passed away and I started thinking back on the fun music from the Monkeees. The Deluxe version of this album has features different versions of the songs not previously released and some other surprises. It’s fun to listen to old classics.
The new album from Shinedown is now getting worn out at my place. Hard to stop playing this one over and over, but then again I’ve found that to be the case with most of their music. If you haven’t checked it out yet, you should.


Music News and Elvis Trivia….

Red Hot Chili Peppers show in Denver on March 4th has been moved to Sept 27th.
Lenny Kravitz to play at the Temple Buell Theater, Denver Feb. 10th.
The Black Keys will also be in Colorado on Apr. 30th.
Nickleback will be in Colorado June 10th.

New Albums coming out!
“Chimes of Freedom: Songs of Bob Dylan”, Jan 24th.
“Emotional Traffic”, Tim McGraw, Jan 24th.
“Kisses on the Bottom”, Paul McCartney, Feb 7th.
“Resolution”, Lamb of God, Jan 24th.
“Making Mirrors”, Gotye, Jan 31st.
“Ringo 2012”, Jan 31st.
“Amaryllis”, Shinedown, March 27th.

Upcoming Interviews, The Polkanauts and manager/singer Rickey Lee Watson.

Elvis Trivia to celebrate his birthday this month.
1946 He gets a guitar for his birthday instead of the bicycle he wanted.
1956 He recorded his first tracks for RCA. “Heartbreak Hotel” released as first single made number one.
1957 He recorded “Don’t Be Cruel.” Also recorded that year, (Let Me Be Your)Teddy Bear.
1973 Aloha from Hawaii performance.
1978 Inducted into Playboy magazine’s Musical Hall of Fame.

Warner, Jay (2004-08-09). On This Day in Music History: Over 2,000 Popular Music Facts Covering Every Day of the Year (Book) (p. 33). Hal Leonard Publ Co. Kindle Edition.