Tag: Blues Rock

March 12, 2021

Song of the Day: Resurrection Band - Beggar in the Alleyway

Depending on how you define the term, Resurrection Band was arguably the first Christian heavy metal band. While their debut album was released in 1978, their earliest demo recordings date back to as early as 1973. While many fans and critics will argue, “they’re not heavy metal, just hard rock,” this outlook unfortunately judges the past by current standards. Metal has moved on and splintered into a hundred different and more extreme subgenres. However, in the 1970s, their brand of bluesy hard rock would definitely have been considered heavy metal at the time–just as bands like Van Halen, Aerosmith, Kiss and others were.… Continued →

February 12, 2021

Song of the Day: Seventy Sevens - Don't This Way

I’m really hesitant to do this, but I’m gonna lay it on you. I’ve been a fan of music for well over 40 years. Narrowing down a favorite anything is really difficult. My list of favorite songs probably numbers near 1,000, and that’s just favorites, not all the songs I ‘just like.’ But, most days, if you ask me my favorite song of all time, it’s this one. The Seventy Sevens have had an extremely long career, with roots going as back as the late 70s/early 80s in a Sacramento church-based band called the Scratch Band.… Continued →

March 9, 2017

Little Hurricane - OTL (Official Music Video)

I am a personal fan of the music from this So Cal. dirty blues duo named Little Hurricane. I’ve been promoting their music since the very beginning when I found out Anthony Catalano (Ex-Next in Line) began a new project. You may not appreciate the fondness I have for this group nor agree with me that they are one of finest most cutting edge indie artists in their genre. One thing is for certain I’m a sucker for a good hook in song and I feel that these two make beautiful music that anyone can enjoy.… Continued →