We have a special treat for you today. A local high school student recently shared his love of Avenged Sevenfold with me. It wasn’t long before I realized that this Winter Springs High School freshman had a deep and passionate love for the California rockers. So, I invited him to write his first ever article. With no further ado, here are the Rarasfarm Dozen – the Best Avenged Sevenfold songs according to Corbin.
Charlie Daniels Band Bring Legendary Show through Florida This Week
Charlie Daniels and his lineup of talented musicians and special guests will be hitting Florida for multiple tour dates this March 2017. Now eighty years old with an over fifty-year long career of steady touring, recording, and recognition (including awards at the Grammys and CMAs), Daniels is hitting the road for a tour including multiple Florida cities that often miss out on big name acts. (Dates included below.)
New Music from Campbell L. Sangster
If you were to delve into Campbell L. Sangster’s (a.k.a Lin Sangster) background, you would find quite an impressive resume. Originally from Liverpool, now in London, she has been on the music scene since the eighties. She has composed/scored music for several documentaries, feature films, and T.V., been in a few bands and had two sessions with John Peel on BBC.
New Zealand’s The Bats Return with No Trace
Today I review a wonderful new song by New Zealand based band, The Bats. At first sound the dreamy light melody of “No Trace” has a distinctive signature melody. What more could you expect from a band who has been around since 1982 and never once changed their members.
Compelling New Music from Veltlite
“Pilgrim” is the kind of song that instantly draws you in—with a folky vibe and catchy beat, it is truly one of a kind. Veltlite is new artist from Spring City, Pennsylvania, and his music is a refreshing blend of Americana and rock.
Mother Love Bone were the darlings of the Seattle music scene in the late 80’s. The band was primed for superstardom before the untimely death of lead singer Andrew Wood. Our Throwback Thursday Song of the Day is the melancholy earthen movement of “Chloe Dancer / Crown of Thorns”
Can We Hang On? – New Single from Cold War Kids
Cold War Kids have released a new single from the album L.A. Divine out today, 3/7/17. If you have been anticipating their fresh offerings, it is good to know the wait is over. The single “Can We Hang On?” comes to us with promises of more honest, soul driven fare. The song asks the timeless questions in any long term relationship. Where did our passion and obsession go? Can we survive what is happening? Moreover, what in the hell happens tomorrow?
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Summer Clothes, Marc Scibilia – Our Song of the Day
Marc Scibilia is on the verge of big things. The young singer has already been through a career’s worth of twists and turns including a move from Buffalo to Nashville, being dropped by a label, appearing in a Super Bowl ad and then regaining control of his career. His new single “Summer Clothes” is a sweetly addictive pop rock offering with poignant lyrics. The song features Scibilia’s tender lyrics served over a beautiful synth-driven backdrop.