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Dallas/Fort Worth sure does have a lot of great bands; many of whom have made it to the national level and many, in my opinion, who should have. The music industry is an unpredictable mother, though, who spews out many musically-talented children in her years. One of those offspring on the scene today is a young, soulful band called Starmother.
A four-piece band that have been playing together since their elementary school days (that’s right) and once known as The Neckties, they have metamorphosed into a tight, hippie-ish blues band with dedication and drive not found in bands so young. Their second effort, Electric Mistress, is a six-song EP that, if you didn’t know any better, you would think was by a much older band. Read more »
Dallas rock and roll band Honey speaks with JAM Magazine for a very candid conversation that took place at TREES in Dallas, TX after the LA Guns show. Straight forward and holding back no punches, Kes O’Hara and Holly Wood graciously gives us a piece of their mind. Video by JAM Magazine.
One of the coolest new super groups on the scene The Dead Daisies give JAM Magazine an exclusive interview on the last show of the 2014 KISS tour. Filmed backstage at The Woodlands Pavilion August 31, 2014 bassist Marco Mendoza and vocalist Jon Stevens speak with JAM. Video by JAM Magazine.
The very vocal and animated lead singer for The Quireboys, Spike, candidly speak with JAM magazine minutes before their gig at the world famous Deep Ellum venue, TREES on August 21, 2014. Video by JAM Magazine.
After 28 years of hearing my father praise Canadian singer Gino Vannelli as one of the greatest musicians of all time, I was starting to think this man was a myth. Sure I’d heard his music, I’d stared at his hair in pictures, and I’d grown up hearing stories about the soulful singer. His absence from the American music scene had me somewhat doubting his existence. When word got out he would be performing a show at the Variety Playhouse in Atlanta, I almost fell over reading the announcement. I promptly bought a ticket to see what all the fuss was about. Read more »
Whether by coincidence or design, Geddy Lee, Neil Peart and Alex Lifeson took to the stage as the waning strains of the Genesis classic, “I Know What I Like,” trailed off on the house P.A. The intro couldn’t have been more perfect as the band proceeded to launch a dazzling three-hour aural and visual assault on the minds and senses of a sold-out American Airlines Center crowd. Read more »