Monthly Archives: May 2003

The Shazam: Tomorrow the World

"Tomorrow the World" is The Shazam’s fourth CD and finds the Nashville band playing some great rock-n-roll. Singer-writer-guitarist Hans Rotenberry puts just enough disheveled characters and whimsy into his songs to capture the attitude and energy of timeless rock. Add … Continue reading

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Kelly Price: Priceless

Kelly Price’s latest CD, "Priceless," sounds great, but that’s not half of it. It’s not every day an artist as successful as Price records a CD revealing their deepest struggles and how she faced these difficulties and found healthy self-esteem. … Continue reading

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Warren Zanes: Memory Girls

Warren Zanes’ "Memory Girls" is an enticing collection of indie-pop songs about lessons in love and life, including his recent marriage to a high school sweetheart, singer April March. Zanes began his musical career as a teenage guitarist in The … Continue reading

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(hed) Planet Earth: Blackout

(hed) Planet Earth’s latest recording is a mirror into the chaos their lead singer, Jahred, endured before turning his life around. The modern rock group’s dramatic yet nuanced recording is a diary of sorts, where troubles are captured and a … Continue reading

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