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Bonerama: Shake It Baby

Read "Shake It Baby" reviewed by Wade Luquet

Bonerama is fun. Bonerama is powerful. And in their first full-length studio CD, they have made a switch from their previous live recordings of brass-infused funk to brass infused-rock. Along with the ever present trio of trombones, the bands guitarist, Bert Cotton, has stepped up to the front line to become a major player with his ...

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The Voodoo Experience: New Orleans, USA, October 28-30, 2011

Read "The Voodoo Experience: New Orleans, USA, October 28-30, 2011" reviewed by Mike Perciaccante

The Voodoo Experience City Park New Orleans, LA October 28-30, 2011 Halloween in New Orleans can only mean one thing. Voodoo...a three day music festival, highlighted by a blending of high profile national and local musical acts representing many different genres. It also features food, amusement park rides, interactive art installations--including The ...

Wild & Free

Label: Radz Records
Released: 2008
Track listing: Wild and Free; House of Blue Lights; Suck the Head, Squeeze the Tip; Oh Beautiful Loser; Love Trouble; Where Was You At?; My Home Is on the Border; Like Dreamers Do; Fever Dream; Hard Core; Cupid's Got a Mighty Arrow; I Want to Go Where the Green Arrow Goes; Songs from the Ancient Furnace; The Girl with the Golden Eyes; Hard Time Train; Have a Little Mercy; One-Eyed Jack; Doctor Doctor; The Forever Man; Strangers; Stand by Me Baby; When Her Snake Eyes Roll; All Meat off the Same Bone; Hard Rock Kid; Last Getaway; Tear My Eyes Out; King Solomon Don't Mind; Red Dress.

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

The Radiators: Wild & Free

Read "Wild & Free" reviewed by Mike Perciaccante

The Radiators were formed in 1977 in keyboard player/vocalist, Ed Volker's New Orleans garage. Still comprised of all of the original members, The Radz--Volker, Dave Malone (guitar/lead vocals), Camile Baudoin (guitar/backing vocals), Reggie Scanlon (bass) and Frank Bua Jr. (drums)--serve up a tasty jambalaya of musical styles that includes Blues, R&B, Funk, Cajun, a touch of ...


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