This may not be new music to you, but to me it is. I hope to share all sorts of new (and some oldies as well) music here.
Corey Taylor Corey Taylor isn’t a new band or singer, but he is new to the solo scene, with his first solo studio album “CMFT” (Corey MF Taylor) released in October 2020. If the name or voice sounds familiar, that is because Corey is the lead vocalist, guitarist, lyricist, and...Read More
Jelly Roll Jelly Roll (Jason DeFord) has been around for a long time (2012) but is extremely underrated. His music covers a wide range of genres, from Hip-hop, country rap, country rock, country, and southern hip-hop. To date, Jelly Roll has released 18 Studio Albums, two EPs, and five mixtapes....Read More
Otherwise American hard rock band Otherwise started in Las Vegas, in 2004 when brothers Adrian and Ryan Patrick got together and played in front of their parents. Over the years they have had their ups and downs, and they have six albums to their name, Otherwise (2006); True Love Never...Read More
SΔINT ΔSONIΔ Saint Asonia is a Canadian-American rock supergroup with musicians from Three Days Grace, Staind, and Art of Dying. If the sound of Saint Asonia sounds familiar to you, that is because the lead singer of Saint Asonia is Adam Gontier, who was the lead singer of Three Days...Read More
Silent Theory Silent Theory was formed in 2010, with the Swanger brothers from Moscow, Idaho (Mitch, Scott, and George) and Robert James (a close friend of the family). Dakota Tyler joined the band as the band’s lead singer in 2014. From the beginning, they wanted to make music that people...Read More
Did Apple Music Make Phil Collins Look Older?
Did Apple Music Make Phil Collins Look Older? For some unknown reason, Apply Music modified the Face Value album cover to make Phil Collins look older. Phil Collins is the drummer and vocals for Genesis and for his solo career. Phil is one of only three recording artists, along with Paul McCartney...Read More