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Double Vision Foreigner Experience Seeing Double @ The Bomb Factory Concert Review

August 9, 2017

Shane Zeher – Lead Vocals Russ D. Contreras – Guitar Dan Nelson – Keyboards James Young – Bass Jason Greene – Drums There was nothing foreign about it! Talk about an opening act that showed up to “win the race.” The stage performance provided by Shane Zeher was an energy that would make having those […]

Killer Queen Is The Bomb Concert Review

August 7, 2017

(KILLER QUEEN) – UK’S Premiere Tribute to Rock and Roll’s most brilliant leading front man, (FREDDIE MERCURY) and (QUEEN). (PATRICK MYERS) portrayed as (MERCURY) pays an empathetic tribute to the late pop icon. Not to sound cliché, sent shivers down your spine as he plays the piano in the spotlight none other than “Bohemian Rhapsody.” […]

JAM Video Media – Interview The Dead Daisies w/Marco Mendoza and Jon Stevens The Woodlands Houston, TX August 31st, 2014

September 17, 2014

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. WEBSITE: http://jammagazine.com INTERVIEW: http://goo.gl/UZPqfW […]

JAM Video Media – Interview The Quireboys with SPIKE TREES Dallas, TX August 21st, 2014

September 17, 2014

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. WEBSITE: http://jammagazine.com

Concert Review: Gino Vannelli Date: January 24, 2013 Venue: Variety Playhouse City: Atlanta, GA

February 2, 2013

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 […]

CD Reviews Mothership Title: Self-Titled Label: Indy Review By Michael Insuaste

October 1, 2012

Just when you think rock and roll is dead, along comes a band that will knock your socks off and hurl your ass to the back of the bus. Welcome aboard the Mothership! This three-piece, hard driving band out of Dallas, Texas has recaptured a sound previously watered down by time and through technology. With […]

Black Stone Cherry: Letting It Roll Southern Rock Style JAM Magazine Interviews Ben Wells, Jon Lawhon and John Fred Young

June 27, 2012

JAM Magazine had the opportunity to hang out and speak with members of Black Stone Cherry hours before their show at Trees in Dallas Texas. This live interview took place on the bands tour bus around 5:30 pm on Saturday, May 26, 2012 with guitarist Ben Wells, Bassist Jon Lawhon and mad drummer John Fred […]

Van Halen American Airlines Center Dallas, TX June 20, 2012

June 27, 2012

Walking back to the car following Van Halen’s performance at the American Airlines Center in Dallas, I was reminded of an analogy made by VH fan Henry Rollins, the former lead singer of Black Flag and the Rollins Band on his recent decision to stop performing music. To paraphrase, he said, “If you had a […]

Michael Schenker Group March 17, 2012 Dallas, TX Review by David DiPietro

March 22, 2012

Michael Schenker Group Trees Dallas, TX March 17, 2012 One of the most physically-gifted rock guitarists ever, Michael Schenker joined his older brother Rudolf’s band, the Scorpions, in time for Lonesome Crow, their debut album in 1972. After opening a tour the next year for the venerable British band UFO, who knew talent when they […]

Van Halen A Different Kind of Truth Review By David DiPietro

February 10, 2012

We unfortunately live in a digital era which does everything in its power to render each artist’s new album a worthless enterprise by the time it hits i-Tunes, or in rarer cases record store shelves. The availability and ease to obtain music online has virtually taken the fun and mystery out of the term ‘new […]