Album Recommendations: “Paul Laine – Stick It in Your Ear” (1990)

Is It Love   I met Paul Laine through Danger Danger (of course). He jumped in as their frontman for the junior album – “Dawn” (1995) and stood around for a decade of releases, before officially calling it quits. Paul went on to form his own bands, Shugaazer and Darkhorse. In 2016, he once again… Read More Album Recommendations: “Paul Laine – Stick It in Your Ear” (1990)

BOSTON’s “Don’t Look Back” or How to Make a Sophomore Comeback with Style

Fans refer to many commercially successful rock bands who became widely popular in the ’70s and early ’80s as “classic rock bands”. When someone says “classic rock” (though these days the term became a little bit vague), what’s the first band that comes to your mind? To me, that band has always been Boston for… Read More BOSTON’s “Don’t Look Back” or How to Make a Sophomore Comeback with Style

Let’s celebrate the Late ’90s with FAIR WARNING’s “Go!” (1997)

Love this? Well, time to check out the rest of the album and of course, Fair Warning! You know, the UK isn’t the only place in Europe where quality rock music was and still is made. Tons of outstanding rock bands came from many other parts of Europe. Sweden, Norway and Germany I think might… Read More Let’s celebrate the Late ’90s with FAIR WARNING’s “Go!” (1997)

An Inspirational Interview with Riverdogs’ Rob Lamothe

Everything in life happens for a reason. Now I know that I was destined to hear and completely fall for Riverdogs’ debut album because it all led to nothing but a series of very special events, including discovering great soul-soothing music, meeting outstanding artists, witnessing their current adventures and the highlight – actually having a… Read More An Inspirational Interview with Riverdogs’ Rob Lamothe